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The proper Roadside Worker Safety measures can mean the difference between life and death for individuals who work on America’s highways, road crews or in traffic enforcement. Join this group to discuss information, news, new products and opinions.

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worker safety on the highway 2 Replies

Every province and state have huge manuals for not only setting up proper and temporary traffic control spaces. But from looking at the WCB sites and injury materials it remains on of the highest…Continue

Started by Terry Penney. Last reply by Jen McDade Aug 22.

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Comment by Krista Sonneson on January 10, 2012 at 11:20pm

There's great transportation safety information at www.asse.org/ps and www.safetybok.org.

Comment by Lukeav - Lanier Upshaw on September 29, 2011 at 9:48pm
isn't there a safety system for work zones that can alert workers ahead if a car leaves the roadway?
Comment by Terry Penney on December 7, 2010 at 9:04am
Some time professional means learning and learning over again
Well on top of the training best practice book on driving safer in alberta---who know with a little PR and email info this could prove to assist in reducing traffic accidents in both rural and urban areas, plus with elearning feature they can do it on there own time

http://employment.alberta.ca/documents/WHS/WHS-WSA-driving-for-work...

We now have a elearning program that teaches people the hazards and interaction for operations, plus the new distracted driver laws it came out at the same time
http://employment.alberta.ca/whs/learning/roadsafety/HazardAssessme...

or for any other elearning items I think the note to truck drivers and regular size wheels was a plus

http://employment.alberta.ca/SFW/268.html
 

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worker safety on the highway 2 Replies

Every province and state have huge manuals for not only setting up proper and temporary traffic control spaces. But from looking at the WCB sites and injury materials it remains on of the highest…Continue

Started by Terry Penney. Last reply by Jen McDade Aug 22.

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