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Subpart G, Signs, Signals, and Barricades
• 1926.200
• 1926.201
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200(a)
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201(a)
200(g)(2)
200(g)(1)
Signs, Signals & Barricades [1926.200 – 203]
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TRAFFIC SIGNS AT POINTS ...
Signs
• Signs and symbols required by
this subpart shall be visible at all
times when work is being
performed, and shall b...
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Work Zone Safety Standards
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Reasons for Guideline Development
• Utility work zone activities
• Mitigating safety challenges
• To address gaps in exi...
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Flagger (Traffic Regulator) Training
• OSHA 1926.201 - Signaling by flaggers and the use of
flaggers, including warning ...
5 Basic Considerations For
Traffic Control Devices
1. Fulfill a specific need,
2. Command attention,
3. Convey a clear and...
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Worker Safety Apparel
• Proposed Amendment to MUTCD Section 6D.03 requires
“American National Standard For High-Visibili...
Conspicuous
Temporary Traffic Control Zones
Stopping Sight Distance
NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health
Channelizing Devices
•Cones and tubular markers
•Barricades
•Drums
•Others
NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health
Cones and Tubular Markers
• At least 28”
• Most states require
36”
• Two retroreflect...
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Barricades
• Contains 1 to 3 rails of markings
• Used to control road users
• Types I, II, and III
• Type III Barricade...
NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health
Portable Changeable
Message Signs
Photo courtesy of Federal Lands Program Office of U...
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Poorly Mounted Signs
Flagger Training
• Laborers, ATSSA, or NSC
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  1. 1. Subpart G, Signs, Signals, and Barricades • 1926.200 • 1926.201
  2. 2. 2 2 10 12 17 200(a) 202 201(a) 200(g)(2) 200(g)(1) Signs, Signals & Barricades [1926.200 – 203] 2 TRAFFIC SIGNS AT POINTS OF HAZARD TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNS/DEVICES FLAGGERS - SIGNALING SUBPARTG BARRICADES CONFORMING TO PART VI OF THE MUTCD VISIBILITY OF SIGNS AND SYMBOLS
  3. 3. Signs • Signs and symbols required by this subpart shall be visible at all times when work is being performed, and shall be removed or covered promptly when the hazards no longer exist. 1910.200(a)
  4. 4. 4 Work Zone Safety Standards
  5. 5. 5 Reasons for Guideline Development • Utility work zone activities • Mitigating safety challenges • To address gaps in existing guidelines and training • To identify needs through research and practice • Approximately 12 billion miles of travel will be through active work zones. • More than 40,000 injured each year as a result of crashes in work zones.
  6. 6. 6 Flagger (Traffic Regulator) Training • OSHA 1926.201 - Signaling by flaggers and the use of flaggers, including warning garments worn by flaggers, shall conform to Part VI of the UMTCD
  7. 7. 5 Basic Considerations For Traffic Control Devices 1. Fulfill a specific need, 2. Command attention, 3. Convey a clear and simple meaning, 4. Command respect of the road user, and; 5. Give adequate time for proper response.
  8. 8. 8 Worker Safety Apparel • Proposed Amendment to MUTCD Section 6D.03 requires “American National Standard For High-Visibility Safety Apparel and Headwear” • ANSI (American National Standards Institute) / ISEA (International Safety Equipment Association) 107-2004 • Class 1, 2 and 3 garments based on worker activities
  9. 9. Conspicuous
  10. 10. Temporary Traffic Control Zones
  11. 11. Stopping Sight Distance
  12. 12. NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health Channelizing Devices •Cones and tubular markers •Barricades •Drums •Others
  13. 13. NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health Cones and Tubular Markers • At least 28” • Most states require 36” • Two retroreflective bands for nighttime use • Proper ballast
  14. 14. 14 Barricades • Contains 1 to 3 rails of markings • Used to control road users • Types I, II, and III • Type III Barricades are used to close or partially close a road.
  15. 15. NYSDOL Division of Safety and Health Portable Changeable Message Signs Photo courtesy of Federal Lands Program Office of U.S. DOT
  16. 16. 16 Poorly Mounted Signs
  17. 17. Flagger Training • Laborers, ATSSA, or NSC

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