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Traffic Safety

Work Zone Data and Traffic Safety

Do you and your team work on or near a roadway? Safety is a huge concern during highway and roadway maintenance — especially when construction is ongoing near major roads. Despite this, it's rarely given the attention it deserves. Statistics on work zone death and injury are shocking. Read on to discover how and why incidents occur and how to avoid them through safety measures and training.

What Are Traffic Control Devices?

Numerous channelizing and delineation devices are available to help control traffic movement during construction projects, from cones to tubular markers. Each type has a different function and must be selected based on the specific requirements of the situation. We'll discuss the various channelizing and delineation devices available and offer insight into choosing the most appropriate option.

Equipment and Jobsite Winter Gear

Using the correct, quality equipment to provide safety on the jobsite and for traffic surrounding a work zone is key to avoiding potentially fatal accidents. Particularly in winter, when there are minimal hours of light, you should prepare carefully for jobs in a work zone. This means Performance Class 2, 3, or E Hi-Vis apparel, FHA-approved lighting systems, and generators. Read on to find out more about creating a lighting plan, properly equipping everyone on the jobsite, and more.
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