Act as Traffic Signaler
Length : 6 hours
Work that involves being on public roads and/or blocking traffic can put you in harm's way. You need to know how to block a lane of traffic, what restrictions you must observe when directing traffic, and most importantly how to protect yourself while performing your duties.
The content of this course is theoretical. After completing it, participants will be tested on the following:
- The Highway Safety Code
- Workplace hazards
- Selecting signage
- Choosing personal protective equipment
- Positioning yourself
- Choosing signals and means of communication
- Special situations
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Have taken the initiation to community life course
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Space is limited.
- Introduction and objectives
- General information
- Roles and responsibilities
- Difference between road and site flagpersons
- Road flagperson’s equipment
- Risks, dangers and preventive measures
- Task planning
- Safe positioning
- Vehicle management
- Summary and conclusion
- Knowledge check
NOVEMBER 30, 2023
DECEMBER 5, 2023
9 a.m. - 15 p.m.
AQTIS 514 IATSE
1001, BOULEVARD DE MAISONNEUVE EST, BUREAU 900, MONTRÉAL (QUÉBEC) H2L 4P9
FREE AND RESERVED FOR MEMBERS
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