Principles of Traffic Protection

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This one-day course addresses legislated requirements for traffic protection programs (as per Regulation 213: Construction Projects), and it provides participants with insight into and practice with consulting Ontario Traffic Manual Book 7: Temporary Conditions for information on traffic layouts, control strategies, and other important considerations for effective traffic control. The course will be delivered through various learning activities including lecture, discussion, case study exercises, videos, and other interactive components.

By the end of this course, participants will know:

  • reasons to design and implement effective traffic protection mechanisms
  • legislation pertaining to traffic protection and control
  • hazards affecting road workers
  • temporary work zone design
  • traffic control methods
Related resource information includes free downloads 'Road to Safety' Safe Driving Program, Traffic Management Plan, Safety Meeting Talks, more.
The WSN Principles of Traffic Protection (OWWCO #14758) course is Director Approved by OWWCO and 0.6 CEUs are awarded to participants that complete the course.
Intended Audience: 
The course is designed for employers, supervisors, workers, JHSC members, health and safety representatives, and management of any workplace involved in roadwork projects, or in construction projects affecting vehicular, pedestrian, and cyclist traffic.


1 day
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Currently there are no sessions scheduled for this course. Please contact one of our Customer Care Representatives or call 1-888-730-7821 to inquire about future course openings or to be placed on a wait list for this course.