12:10 am - 11:50 pm
Signs & Lines - ONLINE
From January 10, 2024 - March 15, 2024 this course will be offered for free to Municipal and First Nations members as part of Good Roads' Career Catalyst Fund through the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training, and Skills Development. For more information about this initiative please go here.
*** All available subsidy seats have been allocated ***
This is a self-paced online course. Participants will work through each module individually at their own speed. You will have access to the course 24 hours a day 7 days a week so you can learn when and where you want. You will have 3 months to complete the course.
Lesson content is presented as text and videos. There are also interactive activities. There is no interaction with a live instructor. You can contact the instructors by email if you have any questions.
Particpants will receive an enrollment email on January 10th that provides the access details for the course. Participants who join after January 10th, will receive their enrollement email within 48 hrs of registering. Please check your junk mail if you do not see it.
ONLINE ACCESS: January 10, 2024.
Note: Online courses take place on our education website not our main website. New users will be sent a username and link to set your password on January 10. If you enroll after January 10, you will receive your username and password link within 48 hrs of registering.
Offers practical experience in using Ontario Traffic Manuals 5, 6 & 11. You will learn, through participation in group activities how signs and lines assist drivers as they travel from their point of origin to their destination. You will return to your municipality with an understanding of how these manuals work together plus a list of best practices to help minimize risk and defend the municipality in an insurance claim.
- Principles of Positive Guidance
- Influencing driver safety
- Sign manufacturing & Three Speed Triangle
- Best practices for ordering road signs
- MMS Requirements for Signs
- Retroreflectivity & Reflective Sheeting
- Sign Management Program
- Regulatory Signs (OTM 5)
- Warning Signs (OTM 6)
- Pavement, Hazard and Delineation Markings (OTM 11)
- Collision investigations
Who Should Attend?
Decision makers and individuals responsible for the selection and placement of regulatory signs, warning signs, and the pavement, hazard and delineation markings.
Road Specialist/RSATL , Intact Public Entities
Prior to joining Intact Public Entities, Brian worked for both urban and rural municipalities as well as the Municipal Office of the Ministry of Transportation and Good Roads. Intact Public Entities assists’ client municipalities with their road safety issues. Brian is experienced in building, maintaining and managing municipal infrastructure.
VP Operations and Sales, Advantage Data Collection / Go Evo
Adam has been the VP of Operations and Sales for Advantage Data Collection since its inception in 2010. He also played an instrumental role in the development and sales of the organization’s mobile MESH Operations Management software from Go Evo. Advantage Data and Go Evo provide services and software solutions to over 150 municipalities in Ontario and focus on enabling high-performance government with cost-effective solutions.
Sales Representative, Cedar Signs Inc.
John is an industry expert in road signs. He is knowledgeable in the process of producing road signs including silk screening, lamination, and digital printing. John is well versed in the Ontario Traffic Manual series and has been manufacturing road signs for the past 18 years. He’s an active Good Roads member.
TimeJanuary 10, 2024 - Mar 15
12:10 am - 11:50 pm