Urban Work Zone
Properly structured urban work zones are crucial to maintaining the safety of workers, pedestrians, and motorists in urban environments. The logistical aspects of this responsibility requires extreme attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and the ability to hold other employees accountable to the same standards.
Our Urban Work Zone course educates students on how to properly create and maintain a safe work zone in various urban situations.
- The five areas of a work zone
- Traffic control devices
- Spacing of traffic control devices
- Setting up proper detours
- Maintenance and Inspection
- Designating and properly manage signalers/flag persons
- Examples of Traffic Plans
Course Duration: 1 Day
For more information about the course please call (306) 757-3197 or contact us.
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