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Every year workers are injured as a result of traffic-related incidents while performing work in and around public roadways. The Regulations for Construction Projects in Ontario require employers to have a traffic protection plan in place to ensure that workers are protected.

Purpose of Traffic Control

By the end of this section, you should understand:•Hazards in Temporary Work Zones•Legal Authority•Training requirements•Applying Book 7 Guidelines


Introduction Hazards in Temporary Work Zones Legal Authority Training Applying Ontario Traffic Manual (OTM) Book 7 Guidelines Quiz

Transportation Management Planning Process

Temporary Work Zone Design

By the end of this section you should understand:•Principles of Work Zone Design•Traffic Protection & Control Plans•The Roadway Environment•Component Areas•Linear Space Restrictions• Duration of Work• Road User Considerations


Temporary Work Zone Design Principles of Work Zone Design Traffic PROTECTION Plan Traffic CONTROL Plan The Roadway Environment Component Areas for Temporary Conditions Linear Space Restrictions Duration of Work Road User Considerations Quiz

Traffic Control Measures

By the end of this section you should understand:•Channelization, Guidance and Information•Traffic Control Persons•Regulating/Controlling Traffic Flow•Positive Protection•Device Replacement Guidelines


Traffic Control Methods Traffic Signs Traffic Control Person(s) Regulating and/or Controlling Traffic Flow and Positive Protection Device Replacement Guidelines Quiz

Implementing Temporary Traffic Control

By the end of this section you should understand: Preparation•Set up and Removal of Traffic Control•Inspection and Documentation•Temporary Conditions (formerly Typical Layouts)


Preparation Set-Up and Removal of Traffic Control Inspection and Documentation Temporary Conditions Quiz