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Advanced Maintenance of Traffic Course 

Advanced Maintenance of Traffic Course

Intermediate Maintenance of Traffic Course

Advanced, Intermediate MOT Refresher
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    FDOT Flagger Basic Course


Advanced and Advanced Refresher

Course Introduction:
According to the Florida Department of Transportation all Department employees, contractors, consultants, surveyors, utility company personnel, local maintaining agency, or any other appropriate person responsible for work zone traffic control planning, design, implementation, inspection, and/or for supervising the selection, placement, or maintenance of traffic control schemes and devices in work zones on the State Highway System right of way shall satisfactorily complete MOT training.

Course Details:

This 20-hour course is required for personnel with the responsibility or authority to decide on the specific MOT requirements to be implemented in the State of Florida. These positions include:

  • The engineer responsible for the Work Zone traffic control plan development (TCP)
  • The Work Zone traffic control supervisor

Intermediate and Intermediate Refresher

This course is required for personnel with duties that include any of the following activities:


  • Personnel responsible for supervising the installation, removal and field maintenance of TTC devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions
  • Inspection of the placement or operational function of temporary traffic control devices, excluding temporary barriers, end treatments and crash cushions.



Program Highlights

Details safe work practices as described in the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and those regularly practiced by construction and public agency work crews.

 

Identifies and addresses common temporary traffic control (TTC) needs and exposures and details the proper use of temporary traffic control devices.

 

Discusses specific worksite safety analysis and how to set up temporary traffic control for many common work zone scenarios.

 

In the most practical terms, TTC is needed to ensure both workers and the public can work in or travel through temporary work zones without getting injured.

Effective TTC involves planning, design, supervision, implementation, and maintenance of various work zone traffic control devices.


Program Outline

  • General
  • Fundamental Principles
  • Temporary Traffic Control Elements Chapter 6d. Pedestrian and Worker Flagger Control

  • Temporary Traffic Control Zone Devices
  • Type of Temporary Traffic Control Zone Activities
  • Control of Traffic Through Traffic Incident Mgt. Areas

FDOT Approved Flagger Certification

The primary objectives of the program are to train Flaggers to provide safe passage of traffic through and around work areas and to minimize confusion by bringing standard flagging procedures to our nation’s highways.

This updated 4-hour course is a must for novice construction work zone Flaggers in both one and two-person flagging operations. Experienced Flaggers can attend this course as a refresher. All attendees receive a certificate upon course completion.

This course is required for personnel with duties that include any of the following activities: 

•      A flaggers job is to protect workers, and the traveling public from each other.

•      Closing traffic lanes for construction work.

•      Emergency lane closures.

Here is what your work zone crew will learn:

•      Thorough understanding of flagging procedures and proper use of required equipment

•      Improved flagging skills from hands-on training, classroom activities and a flagging skills test

•      Increased ability to coordinate traffic movement through the work zone 

More Details or For Registration Instructions

Please Contact: Eastec Safety, LLC

info@eastecsafety.com 772-203-4384