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Traffic Control Persons

Content:
To successfully complete the course, the participant must pass the written exam with a minimum mark of 80%. They must pass the practical evaluation with 100%. Records of completion are provided by the BCCSA and are valid for three years.
To renew their training, a TCP must complete a challenge exam at a local Chamber of Commerce or BC Construction and Safety Training location.

Objectives:
After successfully completing their training, participants will be familiar with:
- Roles and responsibilities of TCPs, employers and supervisors
- Regulations and standards, including those set out by Ministry of Transportation, WorksafeBC and the Motor Vehicle Act
- Traffic control equipment and devices, as well as personal protective equipment
- Setting up, maintaining and removing work zones
- Working around equipment
- Basic and advanced traffic control skills
Outline:
This two day comprehensive standardized training curriculum for TCPs is the only course accepted by WorksafeBC under Section 18 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation for high-risk traffic control. This is the only WorksafeBC approved two-day training session designed to qualify those who work as high risk Traffic Control Persons (TCPs) throughout the province of BC.
Materials:
Must have CSA approved boots 6" from heel to ankle
Certification:
Participation Certificate.
Length:
2 days
Prerequisites:
While there are certain restrictions on those who may work as Traffic Control Persons, there are no prerequisites for the TCP course. Minimum of 16 years old.
$200.00 per person - call for group of 14 pricing.
Please call to book this service.