Maintenance of Traffic Courses

Maintenance of Traffic

With years of experience the Florida Safety Council has developed an extraordinary DOT approved Maintenance of Traffic program. We currently offer several levels of work zone traffic control training courses and refreshers suited for individuals at different stages of their profession.

Maintenance of Traffic Courses

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OSHA Safety Training

OSHA Training Institute Education Center "500 Series" Courses

As an official "Host Site Location" for the Volunteer State Community College-OSHA Training Institute Education Center Courses, Florida Safety Council regularly hosts the OSHA 510 Construction Course and the OSHA 511 General Industry Course, as well as, the OSHA 500 Construction Trainer Course and OSHA 501 General Industry Trainer Course.

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Driver Performance Analysis

Driver Performance Analysis System (DPAS) is a world renowned program developed by Dr. Jack Weaver Ph. D, and is offered through the Florida Safety Council. This unique driver testing program has proven to be greatly beneficial to a large number of businesses and organizations. The program explores an advanced method of determining a driver's performance, and is program is ideal for large and small companies that require effective driver testing procedures.

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Safety Specialist Training

Certified Occupational Safety Specialist

In today's fast paced and diverse workplace there is a great need for qualified people in the field of safety that are trained in the basic essentials of safety and health, leadership, communication, and regulatory requirements. The Safety Council's Certified Occupational Safety Specialist program is a solution to the increasing need for qualified safety professionals and practitioners.

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Traffic Signal Technician


Traffic Signal Technician Level I Certification indicates that the holder is familiar with the concepts and terminology associated with signalized traffic control devices and systems. The content is designed for the entry-level technician that has had some prior training or experience in electrical technology. Work site safety is a primary skill area, having been covered in Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician and also in this coursework. Principals of operation and the primary electrical details of cabinet wiring and components have been introduced. Equipment, methods, and materials of signal system construction have been reviewed. The basics of traffic signal design, maintenance, and legal issues have been explained and discussed. This certification holder is prepared to make a contribution on any traffic signal crew, whether involved in construction, maintenance, or design preparation with proper supervision and guidance. This certification also provides the required background information that will allow the technician to learn the material taught in the four Level II certification courses.

Prerequisites: IMSA Work Zone Temporary Traffic Control Technician Certification or equivalent as approved by the IMSA Education & Certification Manager.

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FSC Supports Safety Education

In return for the support that the communities have provided to the United Safety Council since 1953, each year the United Safety Council provides scholarships that target individuals and organizations that benefit from the Council's generosity. Scholarship recipients of First Time Driver Education, Behind the Wheel Driving Lessons, College Scholarships, Mature Driving Classes, and Life Skills programs have all been the beneficiary of the United Safety Council's Scholarship Program that are financed by their Annual Golf Scholarship Classic which is held each Spring.

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