Work Zone Safety Grant
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) takes an active role in monitoring, improving and advancing safety for work zone workers. As a trusted partner, the FHWA has awarded ATSSA multi-year grants in 2006, 2011, 2013, and 2016 to provide roadway safety training nationwide for workers and others who make their livelihood on America's roadways. Since 2006, approximately 80,000 workers have been trained in a variety of ATSSA roadway safety training courses at an extremely low cost and have also been given access to a wide range of invaluable and informative products at no cost.
The benefits of Work Zone Safety Grant training include:
ATSSA offers the following Work Zone Safety Grant training:
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Notice: For this list of courses with descriptions, download the Course Descriptions. ATSSA also has overview videos available. All grant courses are currently operating on a waitlist. ATSSA will reach out to you if courses become available in your area. To be added to the waitlist, complete the Grant Training Request Form.
For more information about Grant training, please call 800-272-8772 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
FHWA Work Zone Safety Grant #DTFH61-16-RA-00018
Disclaimer: ATSSA provides training and certification but neither constitutes employment by ATSSA.
As a result of the Grant, ATSSA has developed training, including an App, videos, podcasts, and publications to help inform workers about safety procedures and improve worker knowledge in order to avoid injury during their daily employment activities.
TRAINING MODULES AND OVERVIEWS
Work Zone Safety Training Modules are interactive presentations that provide workers with information about safety standards, traffic control devices, safety apparel, pedestrian safety, and more. ATSSA also developed Executive Overviews explaining the Work Zone Safety Grant Courses. The PDF presentations explain the material covered in each Grant course.
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Guidelines and other documents about work zone safety for roadway workers, including but not limited to: pocket guides, informational brochures, and booklets. Up to 30 guidelines were produced with the 2006 grant.
WEBINARS AND PODCASTS
Tuesday Topics live webinars were presented to both ATSSA members and non-members that discussed the benefits of the Grant and training courses offered. Podcasts are easy-listening audio files about work zone data collection, speed enforcement in work zones, safety considerations and operations, temporary work zone requirements, and more.
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