Learn about safety guidelines when taking the Traffic Management course

Safety Guidelines to Remember When Taking Traffic Management Course

Getting a new job means submitting all the necessary requirements that will allow you to work. For traffic managers, that means getting the proper certification for the job. But is it safe to attend a training session during this time? It is best to take note of the safety guidelines to follow before you take the Traffic Management course.

Safety Guidelines in Taking The Traffic Management Course

These days, there are certain measures that need to be taken to prevent the spread of infection and disease. This means there will be safety guidelines followed when attending training sessions like the Traffic Management course.

With Edway Training, safety protocols are in place to keep students and trainers safe. There is only a certain number of students allowed within the training site. Social distancing is also practised as there is a required distance of 1.5 metres between participants.

Students are required to wear face masks when attending the class. You will also need to sign on to the Victorian COVID Tracing QR Code. Failure to comply will mean refusal to be allowed into the training site.

It is important to remember that you must not attend class if you are feeling unwell. If you miss a class, simply contact Edway Training and you will be allowed to rebook your class later.

Having noted the safety guidelines, you are now ready to take the Traffic Management course. Edway Training offers Implement Traffic Management Plans RIIWHS302E courses in Sunshine and Hallam VIC. Book today and receive your certification as soon as possible.

 

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.