11 PARTICIPANTS ONLINE TRAFFIC CONTROL TRAINING BC
Study from the convenience of your home or business office. Our Online Traffic Control Low Risk training course is in full compliance with the BC Occupational Health and Safety Regulations & Workers Compensation Act.
The Occupational Health and Safety Regulation (OHSR) requires that every BC employer must ensure that effective traffic control is provided and used whenever traffic could be hazardous to a worker. Our basic low risk flagging course and traffic control training certification has been developed for employers working around mobile equipment in a low to moderate risk environment. Our online traffic control course will certify your employees to work as a traffic control person (TCP) in non-high-risk locations (under 30 km/hr). Ideal for:
Business Parking Lots
WorkSafeBC OHS Regulations
Motor Vehicle Act of BC Regulations
Employer, Supervisor and TCP Responsibilities
What is considered low risk traffic activity?
What is considered high risk traffic activity?
Traffic Control Standards
Traffic Control Supervision
Traffic Hand Signals
Use of Traffic Control Equipment & PPE
Use of Traffic Control Signs
Arm signals to STOP traffic
Arm signals to SLOW traffic
Parts of a Work Zone
Hazards of Working with/around Heavy Equipment
Once payment has been processed, all the study material will be automatically emailed to your provided email address. You may then forward the study material to each participant. There is no time limit to complete this course and it is self paced. Each participant receives up to 3 attempts to pass the exam and must receive a 80% minimum mark on each exam. The risk of failing the written exams is very low. Complete the final exam and email the exam back to us for marking (email instructions are provided). You can scan the exams or take pictures of each exam page when emailing us the exams. The exams will be marked within 1 to 2 business days and a certificate of completion will be emailed to the individual taking the exam (or to the person who made the purchase).