Work Zone Safety, Parts 1-2



Work Zone Safety, Parts 1-2

Work Zone Safety, Parts 1-2: Making work zones safe for workers and motorists requires careful planning and inspection, tools, practices and people. Take these courses to learn about the common traffic control standards and plans we use in the United States. You will also learn about the five sections of every work zone and how to inspect them, the types of traffic control devices, safe practices you should follow and requirements for flaggers. These courses are ideal for construction workers in the United States.


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Official DOL OSHA card – shipped within 2 weeks

Who Should Take the Training?

Entry level workers

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Standards Covered

OSHA 29 CFR 1926


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Why is it important to take a work zone safety course?

Taking a work zone safety course is important because it will teach you how to safely navigate through work zones, protect yourself and others, and follow proper procedures to prevent accidents and injuries.

Who should take a work zone safety course?

Anyone who works or travels through work zones should take a work zone safety course. This includes construction workers, utility workers, truck drivers, and even regular drivers who may encounter work zones on their daily commute.

What are some common hazards in work zones?

Some common hazards in work zones include moving vehicles, heavy equipment, uneven or narrow roads, loose debris, and workers on foot.