Maria Robertson / Thursday, March 17, 2022 / Categories: ATSSA, Roadway, Transportation ‘Effective Incident Response’ webinar set for March 22 Registration is open for ATSSA’s second Worker Safety Webinar Prepare for effective incident response by attending the free March 22 Worker Safety Webinar hosted by the ATSSA Training Department and its Roadway Worker Protection Council. This is the second in a series of five webinars, all of which are free and focus on learning ways to protect roadway workers. “The goal of these webinars is to help our members protect their employees and to help prepare them in case a work zone incident occurs,” said ATSSA Vice President of Education and Technical Services Donna Clark. “Obviously, we never want any roadway worker to get injured but we’ve learned it’s better to be prepared and not need the skills than to be unprepared if the worst happens.” "Effective Incident Response" will be led by Alex Kelly, CEO of SALT and Company. The webinar will help participants prepare for incident response and integrate safety planning into their operations for effective and efficient management in stressful situations. The webinar will walk through what to do and how to do it effectively Kelly, who will lead the entire Worker Safety Webinar series, directed Canada’s first Vision Zero Advocate Institute prior to starting her own firm. Webinars run one hour and start at 2 p.m. ET. Registration is now open. The first webinar, “Road Safety 101,” was held in Nov. 9. A recording is available for anyone who missed it or would like to watch again. Road Safety 101 provides an overview of current safety trends, technology and innovations in roadway safety. It also will include a briefing on what is happening in the larger transportation industry on topics such as autonomous vehicles, Vision Zero programming and micro-mobility. The effort is to address the scope of the issue and identify partnership opportunities. Upcoming webinars include: June 7 – Safety Supports Sept. 13 – Creating a Safety Culture Dec. 6 – Sharing Safety. The Roadway Worker Protection Council evolved from a Roadway Worker Protection Summit held at ATSSA’s 2021 Convention & Traffic Expo. The Council’s first formal meeting was held during this year’s Convention & Traffic Expo in February. Previous Article ATSSA State Chapters Oppose Gas Tax Suspension Measures Next Article Prepare now for effective incident response Print 2507 Rate this article: No rating Please login or register to post comments.