Worker Tools

The following tools and resources will provide you with information on how to keep safe when working in roadside work zones. The focus is on roadside work where planned work does not exceed one daytime work shift and certified traffic control persons are not required. Choose an option below.

  • High Visibility Garments

    High-visibility garments are a type of personal protective equipment (PPE) and improve how well workers are seen. This resource outlines the different types of high visibility garments required by WorkSafeBC.

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  • Safety at the Roadside: What Workers Need to Know

    This resource provides information on potential hazards in roadside work zones. A safety checklist is provided.

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  • Set Up and Take Down of Roadside Work Zones

    Learn more about the key elements of a work zone layout, and things to consider in the proper set up and dismantling of roadside work zones.

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  • Slow Down and Move Over Law Protects Roadside Workers

    Use these promotional materials to promote the Slow Down and Move Over message within your workplace or community.

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  • Tell Us Your Story

    Have you ever experienced a near miss? Tell us your story by completing this short questionnaire.

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  • Video Gallery

    The real story. Learn more about what it is like to work in a Cone Zone.

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  • Quiz for Roadside Workers

    Check out how much you know with our five-question quiz. It’s a fun way to learn how to improve your safety in roadside work zones.

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