Important Safety Guidelines to Remember When Taking Traffic Control Course

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Finding a new job is great especially when it means new challenges and opportunities. But before you get started, you will need to undergo training for the work ahead. Taking a new class would also mean stepping out of your comfort zone so it is important to stay safe. Here are some safety guidelines to remember when you take the Traffic Control course.

Safety Guidelines When Taking Traffic Control Course

It is important to remember that safety guidelines will need to be followed in classes at all times. Here are a few that must be implemented.

  • You need to be fully vaccinated. All participants are expected to be vaccinated before taking the class. Entry may be refused if you have not been vaccinated.
  • You should always wear a mask. All participants are expected to keep their masks on during the training. This is also applicable to the staff attending the classes.
  • You will need to check in using QR codes. A COVID-19 digital certificate must also be provided. If you don’t have one, a valid medical exception will also be accepted.

It is best to remember that your temperature will be checked before you are allowed entry into the class. If you are feeling unwell or have COVID-19 symptoms, it is best to stay home and reschedule your training later.

Are you ready to get the training? Edway Training offers Control Traffic with the Stop-Slow Bat RIIWHS205E courses in Sunshine and Hallam VIC. Book now and make sure to remember these important safety tips before taking the class.


Please Note: We have a maximum of 10 students per class and practising social distancing requirements of students being no closer than 1.5 metres from each other. Please refer to Edway COVID Action Plan which can be found on our website.