• Holiday Closure August 1 – September 15
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    On line registration is COMING SOON – until then and while our office is closed you can register for September Air Brake and Traffic Control Courses ONLY by emailing info@roadmasters.ca To view more dates for Traffic Control Courses please refer to; https://www.bccsa.ca/TCP-Course-Listings.html? Thank you for your patience and have a safe summer! […]
  • NEW Training Location – 100 Maplebank Road.
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    We’re proud to offer a new training location for Air Brake and Traffic Control Courses at IMTARC –100 Maplebank Rd. in Esquimalt. The location offers a bright spacious training environment with plenty of free parking, a kitchen with; coffee/tea, fridge, microwave. […]
  • FEATURED Article by 3M is a great read!!
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    BC’s TCP training program has been highlighted in a feature article on 3M’s website for educating on the safe placement and use of traffic control devices: http://sciencecentre.3mcanada.ca/sc/3m-reflective-sheeting-bccsa/ […]

EMERGENCY SCENE TRAFFIC CONTROL


2016-03-17_1020Emergency service workers such as peace officers, fire and ambulance personnel are often called upon to control traffic around the scene of an emergency or accident. The BC Municipal Safety Association Emergency Scene Traffic Control course is intended for a broad scope of first responders and is compliant with WorkSafeBC guidelines for emergency scene management. It consists of a theory workshop and field training. Participants who successfully complete the training will understand the following:

  • Traffic control equipment
  • Equipment set up and take down
  • Principles of traffic management outlined in the traffic control manual
  • Use of a buffer vehicle to protect the workplace
  • Other appropriate safe work procedures
  • Instruction on personal protective clothing and safety equipment

This is the ideal course for any company or employee seeking information and training in the basic use of equipment, PPE and safe work procedures of traffic control. It also teaches the zones of an incident/accident scene and emphasizes safety.

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