Pam / Wednesday, May 17, 2023 / Categories: Advocacy, ATSSA, Convention & Expo, Innovation, Roadway, Scholarships, Transportation, Tech and Innovation, Work Zones Worker protection headlines Spring Issue of Roadway Safety magazine Convention Extra supplement details awards, highlights of 2023 Traffic Expo Roadway Worker Protection Council Chair Doug Dolinar told Roadway Safety magazine it’s time for a “paradigm shift” in how the industry looks at worker safety. The Council spent the past year laser-focused on that issue, producing a Worker Protection Toolkit that provides members aids for that effort. Details on the toolkit—including checklists to help in case of an incident and a training guide aimed at prevention—are included in the latest issue of Roadway Safety magazine now available online. The Spring Issue also includes: Work Zones Must Command Respect: DOTs offering options for stemming fatalities Talking Tech: Collaboration among road operators, automakers and technology companies will be critical to moving connected vehicles forward A feature on political newcomers creating a need for member outreach An ATSS Foundation spotlight on scholarship recipient Megan Pirelli A conversation with Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Michael Smith. Convention Extra is packed with: Images from this year’s record-breaking Convention & Traffic Expo in Phoenix where roadway safety and innovation intersected Tips from keynote speaker Scott Wozniak for getting employees firing on all cylinders Details on three people honored with this year’s Industry Achievement Award, National Safety Award and Mark of Excellence Award A taste of the industry’s future through the Traffic Control Device Student Challenge and Innovation Awards Fun and inspiration from The ATSS Foundation events. Read it all in Roadway Safety, the flagship publication of the American Traffic Safety Services Association. Print 8720 Rate this article: 2.0 Tags: work zones atss foundation Roadway Safety magazine Scott Wozniak Roadway worker protection worker protection toolkit Indiana Department of Transportation Commissioner Michael Smith Please login or register to post comments.