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Road construction and work zone activities often interrupt the normal flow of traffic and require workers to maintain order for on-site vehicles and highway traffic alike. Doing so helps prevent common traffic-related hazards to keep workers, passers-by, and drivers safe while in the work zone. Work Zone Traffic Control for Construction addresses OSHA best practices for work zone traffic management to help employees and employers maintain a safe, compliant construction site.
This intermediate-level online course covers the practices, behaviors, and equipment needed to maintain a safe, smooth flow of traffic on and near construction sites. Course topics include:
Fundamentals of work zone safety
Traffic control plans
Work zone design
Basic traffic controls
Installation and removal of traffic control devices
Highway traffic engineering controls
Highway traffic administration
Work practice controls
Personal protective equipment (PPE) for day and night, protective vehicles, and other protective equipment
Work zone traffic control supervisor checklist
Planning and coordination with relevant agencies, emergency units, and traffic control safety units
Students are encouraged to review the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) per OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1926.200 and pursue additional traffic control training courses based on their job duties and responsibilities.
Work Zone Traffic Control for Construction is appropriate for all road construction workers and supervisors who work on or near highways and are responsible for traffic control duties.
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
Upon completion of Work Zone Traffic Control for Construction, students are prepared with the skills to maintain a safe, smooth flow of traffic on and near road construction sites. You will gain familiarity with essential traffic control devices and PPE, as well as important relationships with coordinating agencies to promote safer highways and worksites.