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A refresher and beginner course for public work employees. The course teaches the student in calculating areas, volumes, rates, costs, and solving common maintenance problems encountered in the field of public works.

This course is an introduction to supervision. The participants will learn about making the change from front line employee to supervisor; leadership styles, decision making, communications, how to give instructions, conflict management, team building, and listening skills.

Building upon demonstrated knowledge and understanding of the NEPA project development process, this advanced training provides practical tools and approaches to successfully resolve complex environmental issues and challenges. Designed in seminar format, this training is highly interactive and guides participants through the NEPA decision making process, pointing out potential pitfalls and providing the skills and knowledge to apply critical thinking to reach defensible decisions.


More than 10,000 Federal-aid construction contracts are authorized by FHWA each year. Those contracts are subsequently administered by State departments of transportation and local public agencies that may not be familiar with FHWA's complex requirements for construction contracts. Recent FHWA program reviews of projects administered by local public agencies indicated that contract administration is a continuing high-risk area that needs additional focus.

The agenda for this course is to teach and discuss the topics of:  Tort Liability, Common Problem Areas, and Risk Management Concepts.  The objectives are to understand importance and implications of Tort Liability Risk in Roadway Agencies, review legal aspects and identify ways to reduce risk.

One-third of all highway fatalities result from vehicles leaving the road and hitting some fixed object or overturning, and an astounding two-thirds of fatalities in rural areas are run-off-road crashes. This course will focus how to reduce these fatalities, with focus on application of the Roadside Design Guide. Areas covered include clear zone, slopes, sign supports, trees, guardrails, end treatments, and bridge transitions, and identification of problem areas.

Safety Edge is a treatment given to the edge of the pavement to prevent vertical edge drop-offs. It is created by a wedge shaped shoe installed on the paver to create a 30-degree consolidated wedge.

This is general safety training required by OSHA and MSHA. the segments covered apply to all work environments, from office to shop to field. Employees will learn how to work more safely and why they should. Areas covered are fire safety, housekeeping, proper lifting, bloodborne pathogens, and hazardous communications. Employees benefit by having a reduction in accidents and loss time injuries.

Purpose:  Continuation of Signing and Striping I

Topic:  Participant will get a more detailed view of signing and striping as per the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices.

Designed for:  Required matrix

The course is designed to give the student a basic overview of signing and striping as per the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices. Types of signs, pavement marking and their installation.