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5-2 Module Objectives Review course objectives Discuss your expectations Complete course evaluations Adjourn
5-3 Course Objectives To provide you with working knowledge of traffic control work zones To define your roles and responsibilities when working in work zones
5-4 You should be able to: 1.Understand standards and guidelines related to temporary traffic control in work zones 2.Understand the role of law enforcement officers in work zones
5-5 3.Recognize the component parts of a typical work zone 4.Recognize proper practices and procedures related to work zones and the role of law enforcement officers You should be able to:
5-6 Your Expectations Did we meet your expectations? Did you get information you can use? How do you feel about work zones and workers now?
5-7 Course Evaluations How can we improve the course? Your honest input will help us! Negative and/or positive
5-8 THANK YOU!! Safe and Effective Use of Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones THANK YOU!! Safe and Effective Use of Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones
5-1 Closing. 5-2 Module Objectives Review course objectives Discuss your expectations Complete course evaluations Adjourn.
0-1 Safe and Effective Use of Connecticut Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones Safe and Effective Use of Connecticut Law Enforcement Personnel in Work.
0-1 Welcome!! Safe and Effective Use of Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones Welcome!! Safe and Effective Use of Law Enforcement Personnel in Work Zones.
4-1 Application Workshop. 4-2 Module Objective - The Project Break into groups Use the material covered in this course to create a safe work zone
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