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Training & Education

INSTRUCTOR-LED VIRTUAL COURSE CATALOG
SELF-STUDY ONLINE COURSE CATALOG

ARTBA’s award-winning training programs approach roadway construction safety from “both sides of the barricades,” meaning we aim to ensure workers, motorists, and pedestrians, can safely navigate work zones when construction is underway.

For questions or help with scheduling a virtual class or customized training please contact Robinson Vasquez at rvasquez@artba.org.

We are closely monitoring COVID-19 and the impacts on face-to-face training.  As soon as CDC recommendations allow, we will resume scheduling in-person classes

Instructor-Led Virtual Course Catalog:

This thirty-minute online course covers industry best practices to prevent work zone spread of coronavirus and other infectious diseases.  It provides information transportation construction professionals need to know about the causes, prevention and treatment of COVID-19, plus additional resources, videos and a tool to customize your infectious disease safety plan.

  • Investment: $1,000.00,  plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 0.5 hours.  

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Aimed at preventing occupational deaths and injuries associated with falls in highway, street and bridge construction, this multi-faceted program includes comprehensive training on slips, trips, aerial work platforms, fall prevention systems, and fall rescue plans.

  • Investment: $3,000.00, plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days.

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Covers the OSHA-10 Hour for Construction course objectives and includes four additional hours of industry-specific safety topics, including temporary traffic control, risk assessment, and preventing runovers and backovers.  The course also provides another path for construction industry professionals to meet the eligibility requirements to sit for the Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals™ exam.

  • Investment: $6,000.00, plus $30.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 14 hours in four days.

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The first and most comprehensive program focused on roadway construction activities that are responsible for most work zone fatalities and serious injuries. The course provides an overview of 11 key construction work zone-related safety and health topics and is accredited by OSHA.

  • Investment: $5,000.00,  plus $30.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 10 hours in three or four days.

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This comprehensive safety training program helps workers understand how to work safely around crystalline silica and well as informing them about the national standards related to controlling exposure and training requirements.

  • Investment: $3,000.00,  plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days.

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Based on more than two decades of government and industry research, this course includes step-by-step instructions on preventing worker “struck-by” incidents through creation of “Internal Traffic Control Plans (ITCPs).” It focuses on blind spot recognition, work zone access/egress, and safe backing procedures.

  • Investment: $3,000.00,  plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days.

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This program focuses on training workers and operators on avoiding being struck by construction vehicles and equipment primarily in backing-up operations. Students will learn to deal with hazardous traffic activities in the work zone and spotting construction vehicles and heavy equipment. It meets the rigorous ANSI/ASTM 2659 standard for certificate programs.

  • Investment: $3,500.00, plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days.

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This course focuses on preventing the main hazards in trenching and excavations like cave-ins, falls, roll-overs, confined spaces, traffic, underground utilities, soil identification, and other related hazards. ARTBA created this course with the support of the OSHA Harwood grant.

  • Investment: $3,000.00, plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days.
  • This course is free from January 1 to September 30, 2021.

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It is the most widely vetted and comprehensive roadway construction safety training program in the industry and was developed through 15 years of collaboration between ARTBA and its partners in labor, government, and industry. This course uses the Roadway Safety + program, focuses on the leading causes of incidents in the work zone, and can be customized according to your training needs. ARTBA created this course with the support of the FHWA.

  • Investment: $3,000.00, plus $20.00 per student. No more than 40 students per class
  • Duration: 4 hours in one or two days

SCHEDULE TRAINING >

This thirty-minute online course covers industry best practices to prevent work zone spread of coronavirus and other infectious diseases.  It provides information transportation construction professionals need to know about the causes, prevention and treatment of COVID-19, plus additional resources, videos and a tool to customize your infectious disease safety plan.

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Covers the OSHA-10 Hour for Construction course objectives and includes four additional hours of industry-specific safety topics, including temporary traffic control, risk assessment, and preventing runovers and backovers.  The course also provides another path for construction industry professionals to meet the eligibility requirements to sit for the Safety Certification for Transportation Project Professionals™ exam.

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This comprehensive safety training program helps workers understand how to work safely around crystalline silica and well as informing them about the national standards related to controlling exposure and training requirements.

Communication is a critical factor among all participants of any transportation construction project. Clear and authentic communication directly impacts achieving deadlines, staying in budget, and keeping workers safe. This short course covers the different types of communication you will need to effectively lead your team and how to avoid mistakes caused by miscommunicating critical information.

  • Investment: $50.00

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Environmental Conditions affect the health and well-being of employees and people living near the work site. Specific risks are added to a transportation construction project based on environmental conditions that are present when and where your team is working. This short course covers identifying and addressing specific hazards based on working at night, in different climates, in different weather, and near water.

  • Investment: $100.00

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Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, is any type of specialized gear or clothing that protects a person from hazards that could occur on a job. This short course covers the different types of PPE workers need for different jobs in a work zone. You will learn about how to select and maintain PPE for your transportation construction project as well as how to establish a work zone culture where everyone always uses PPE.

  • Investment: $50.00

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Traffic control is critical to the health and safety of everyone inside and outside your work zone. This short course covers how to implement an internal traffic control plan (ITCP) to manage workers, vehicles, and equipment in your workspace, and how to implement a temporary traffic control plan (TTCP) to manage vehicles and pedestrians outside the work space.

  • Investment: $100.00

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Work Sites for transportation construction projects can be large or small and take place in a variety of different workplaces from small, confined spaces, to trenches below ground, up to bridge decking high above ground. This short course covers the hazards of working in and on different levels of a work site. You will learn about the types of safety measures that are required when your team works in confined spaces, below ground level, and above ground level.

  • Investment: $100.00

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Hazard control is critical to the health and safety of your project stakeholders. This short course covers the different types of hazards that you might find on a transportation construction work site. You will learn about detecting hazards, the threats each hazard poses to your team, and what your responsibilities are to mitigate the risks by applying elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE.

  • Investment: $100.00

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This short course covers applying the process of risk assessment to different stages of transportation construction, building your own risk management tools, and using those tools on a site visit to identify and mitigate hazards.

  • Investment: $50.00

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This course identifies the safety plans OSHA requires for specific workplace activities as well as recommendation for using your safety plans as the foundation for an overall safety program. You will learn how to document the different parts of a safety plan and have the opportunity to build an activity-specific and work site-specific safety plan of your own.

  • Investment: $50.00

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