Minimizing Worker Exposure in Highway Work Zones Through the Use of Positive Protection and Other Strategies (PP)

Minimizing Worker Exposure in Highway Work Zones Through the Use of Positive Protection and Other Strategies (PP)

 

Minimizing Worker Exposure in Highway Work Zones Through the Use of Positive Protection and Other Strategies – 2-Day Course This course covers issues related to the application of positive protection devices in highway work zones. This course includes review of standards and specific guidance on when and where to use positive protection devices

Upon completion of this course, participants will be able to: 


1.Identify the different types of positive protection devices and their features

2.Recognize design principles and concepts and how they relate to potential field issues 

3.Identify the characteristics of projects that are most suited for consideration of positive protection devices

4.Recognize the components of the Work Zone Rule (Subpart K)

5.Understand how installation and removal of positive protection devices affects constructability and safety

6.Use an assessment tool to provide insights into whether positive protection should or should not be used
7.Describe alternative exposure control methods

 

 

 

Course Facts:

  • Prerequisites: None
  • Course Length: 2 day/16 hours
  • Formats: Classroom
  • Hosting: Grant
  • CEUs: None
  • Course Materials:
    • Student Notebook
  • Registration Fees:
    • $25 Members
    • $25 Non-members
    • .00 Public Agency
  • Certification Available: No
  • Register: www.atssa.com/Training

 

 

 

 

 

 

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