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Applying Section 4(f): Putting Policy into Practice

NHI 142073 Applying Section 4(f): Putting Policy into Practice is a 2-day interactive course that explains the history,

purpose, and application of Section 4(f) within the context of the transportation project development process. Lessons

include identifying Section 4(f) properties; explanations on types of use; an overview of Section 4(f) approval options;

requirements for De Minimis determinations, individual 4(f) evaluations, and nationwide programmatic evaluations;

Topics for this class include the case for preventive maintenance, engineering a preventive maintenance program, materials for preventive maintenance, fog seals and rejuvenators, chip seal, slurry seal and microsurfacing, thin hot-mix asphalt overlays (conventional, asphalt rubber, novachip, etc.), and crack treatments for asphalt pavements.

Purpose: To meet the requirements of Arizona Revised Statute 28-653 for flaggers to have recurrent training every four years covering the knowledge and skills for correct flagging procedures in workzones.

Topics and Objectives: Topics include flagging procedures, correct signing and personal protective equipment, emergency procedures, and the applications where flagging is needed.

Designed for: Maintenance, Traffic, Construction and others who do flagging work as a part of their duties. 

Repeat every 4 years by statute.

The Traffic Control Supervisor is a 2-day course designed for individuals who supervise traffic control technicians and other field personnel. It provides comprehensive training on work zone standards, guidelines, installation and removal procedures, inspection, documentation and supervisory skills. Students will leave this course with the knowledge needed to interpret and implement temporary traffic control plans in the field.

All those involved in construction work zone projects should have a basic knowledge of temporary traffic control that allows them to assist in installing traffic control devices, in monitoring their performance, and in recognizing deficiencies during the course of a project.

The one-day TCT course provides an introduction to temporary traffic control in work zones for individuals who work in the field installing and removing traffic control devices. It teaches concepts, techniques and practices in the installation, and maintenance of traffic control devices. 

The course is designed to introduce public works employees and construction personnel to various types of asphalt and soils along with their use and application.

This course will give the participant an introduction to Part VI of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices with exposure to typical applications of various traffic control devices. The topics of discussion will include: Work Zone Safety, signs and signing applications, work zone set up, types of work zones, and Flagging procedures.

The Workshop covers the Davis-Bacon And Related Acts (DBRA) law, history and application on ADOT Federal Aid construction contracts. It details the conditions (work, location, etc.) for the application of prevailing wages. Both Certified Payrolls and Weekly Statements of Compliance are explained thoroughly. Additionally, related construction forms and processes are covered which include Apprenticeships, and Subcontractor Requests.

Training to help tackle some of the key areas of opportunity for preventing accidents in the road construction and maintenance environment should be a primary concern for any transportation official. Recognizing the high percentage of injuries happen to employees, safety orientation and continual education are primary components. This course is designed to address those concerns and enlighten the employee on safety practices and procedures.

This course will follow national standards and each participant will be certified to perform CPR and administer basic First Aid and learn to use AED equipment. There is a course maximum of 15 participants.