The BC Traffic Control Manual includes a number of traffic control devices beyond signs, cones and barriers that can help to mitigate traffic exposure risks. When used in combination with other safety controls, these devices can help reduce the risks of a worker being struck by a motor vehicle. There are also a number of business benefits such as reduced work delays and costs. The two resources below outline more detail about temporary traffic control devices for typical road projects; refer to them for more detail about each device.
Flip book: Improving Worker Safety – Are You Using These Temporary Traffic Control Devices?
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Video: Improving Worker Safety: Temporary Traffic Control Devices
For more information:
Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways