With vehicles, heavy machinery, other equipment, and numerous workers, unmarked construction site hazards pose significant danger. The ClickSafety Signs, Signals and Barricades course helps keep your team safe with a review of OSHA standards for construction worksite signage and barriers.
OSHA mandates that all signs, signals, and barricades conform to Part VI of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) from the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). Previously governed by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the MUTCD includes best practices for using construction work zone traffic signs. Additionally, the Department of Transportation‘s (DOT’s) guidelines require all construction operations to adhere to these standards when working on federally funded projects.
NOTICE: All course participants are encouraged to review principal references, specifically, Subpart G of 29 CFR 1926.
During the online Signs, Signals and Barricades course, students will learn more about the use of construction work zone traffic signs, signals, and barricades, including:
Upon completion of the course, participants will be prepared to work safely on construction sites and adhere to all OSHA requirements for sign use.
This intermediate-level online course is intended for individuals who are exposed to traffic-related construction hazards, as well as those who are responsible for the implementation of safe workplace practices, including:
Additionally, the Signs, Signals and Barricades Course is appropriate for construction contractors who must comply with DOT signage, signal, and barricade regulations on federally funded projects.
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After completing the Signs, Signals and Barricades Course, participants will be prepared to properly use signs, signals, and barricades to ensure safety on construction worksites, including federally funded projects. Each student will learn key OSHA requirements, how to maintain and replace signs, and where signs and warnings should be placed within a site.