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Highway construction contracts often require modification due to scope changes, differing site conditions, and a number of other reasons. Administration of changes and/or claims can result in a dispute. Some contracts have a dispute resolution process specified to facilitate timely administration...

A construction inspector serves as the eyes and ears for the contracting agency on a construction project. It is the inspectors responsibility to ensure that proper construction processes and procedures are followed, and acceptable materials are incorporated into the project. This course covers the primary...

A construction site can be a prime location for many types of accidents. As such, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to protect their employees from workplace hazards. The first steps in controlling dangerous situations are engineering controls (for instance...

Ethics are moral values that affect personal or professional actions. They are more than a set of rules. Ethics are knowing how to apply the rules and having the strength or character to behave in an ethical manner. In short, they are the difference between right and wrong. This course focuses on ethics...

The training contains good practices from various agencies. The topics of discussion in this training are: conflict of interest, safety, fraud, falsification of documentation, reporting ethical concerns, gifts and favors, fairness, personal use of agency property, and consequences. Not all State agencies'...

The need to be seen is critical for worker safety, especially for workers who perform tasks on or near moving vehicles or equipment. By wearing high-visibility garments, workers can draw attention to themselves to prevent injuries and fatalities from struck-by hazards in complex work environments, when...

This training is intended to assist you with proper documentation on a construction or maintenance project. It is important that the information in the daily diary kept for projects are accurate, correct, and factual to ensure proper payment and to avoid lawsuits. Please note that the terminology may...

Regardless of personality or experience, all instructors can learn how to best leverage their strengths, engage with their students, and convey information as clearly and succinctly as possible. This course aims to help instructors build their skills and confidence by providing the tools and awareness...

TC3 Job Hazard Analysis (online module)

This course reviews what a job hazard analysis is and why it should be performed. More specifically, this course identifies the information that should be documented during a job hazard analysis and provides example jobs and potential hazards that may be encountered. The purpose of this training is...

The Math Basics Series for Highway Technicians has been designed to provide you with all of the basic math concepts you’ll need on the job. The series provides participants with a basic math review (including a review of using a calculator, basic arithmetic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and...

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