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Alberta Temporary Traffic Control – Field Application

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This one-day course provides participants with information regarding how to safely plan, erect and dismantle temporary traffic control devices in Alberta. This course was developed collaboratively with Alberta Roadbuilders and Heavy Construction Association, Alberta Transportation, the Cities of Edmonton and Calgary, and the Consulting Engineers of Alberta.

Course topics include:

  • traffic control plans
  • components of the traffic control zone
  • hazard assessments and creating safer work zones
  • responsibilities of the traffic control person
  • temporary traffic control signs and devices
  • erecting and removing signage and/or barricades
  • loading and transporting traffic control devices
  • device maintenance and recordkeeping practices

Pre-requisites:

Flagger Train-the-Trainer certification is recommended as flagging procedures are not covered in this course.

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To request a refund or transfer, notification must be received two (2) business days prior to scheduled course date or payment will be forfeited.

Using the student entrance please check the board/TV screen and report to your assigned classroom. Check-in starts at 7:30 am. The course begins at 8:00 am.
Government-issued photo ID is required for course attendance.
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Alberta Temporary Traffic Control - Field Application



 Pricing

Member:$60.00 ea. Associate Member:$75.00 ea.Non-member:$375.00 ea.

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