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This presentation will be a three-part discussion by a manufacturer of sealing equipment, the Asphalt Institute, and a medical professional from the Western States Burn Center. The presentation will discuss the common causes of asphalt burns when it comes to maintenance and construction operations....

When a vehicle leaves the travel lane or the roadway, the results can be deadly. More than half of the annual fatal crashes in the U.S. relate to roadway departures. Roadway departure crashes are the leading cause of traffic deaths in many states. This workshop provides participants with some tools for...

When a vehicle leaves the travel lane or the roadway, the results can be deadly. More than half the annual fatal crashes in the U.S. relate to roadway departures. Roadway departure crashes are the leading cause of traffic deaths in many states. This workshop provides an overview of safety treatments...

Everyone has a different idea of and threshold for risk. Do you eat food beyond its expiration date? How about drive without a seatbelt? Employees are empowered to make decisions about safety everyday but are they all on the same page when it comes to evaluating and controlling risk? Policies, procedures...

This module identifies the need for road safety and the importance of identifying the dangers on road safety to protect the driving public. The seven goals in North Dakota’s 2010 Strategic Highway Safety Plan are outlined. Upon completion of the module, participants will be able to: Identify safety...

This module describes how to make roads safer using a six-step process. Strategies to accomplish each step are outlined. Upon completion of the module, learners will be able to: Describe the crash reduction process Identify information needed to assess the safety of a roadway location Identify practical...

This module explains how to plan for safety within each stage of road development as well as routine maintenance activities. Funding sources are identified to help public works supervisors, elected officials, and local safety committees improve road safety. Upon completion of the module, learners will...

The primary objective of this roundtable is to allow the states to share with one another their practices and procedures for snow and ice control. Each state will be given 45 minutes to present the following information. There will be 15 minutes of Q & A after each presenter to facilitate more in-depth...

This presentation will provide reminders for safety and for common errors as well as the impacts of those errors when conducting inspection of in-service bridges. Topics to be covered with two online (Kahoot) reviews: 1 – Identify Common Errors (45mins) 2 – Explain Visual Scour Procedures (20mins)...

Slips, Trips, Falls (virtual learning)

As harmless as a slip, a trip, or a fall may seem they are the second leading cause of workplace injuries in the U.S. Each year more than 240,000 of these happen costing employers a large portion of the $170B attributed to workplace injuries. To combat this problem OSHA revised its regulations in 2017...

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