Traffic Control and Training


 

Traffic Control and Training

This website is intended to assist those persons involved in coordinating or conducting training or controlling traffic in British Columbia.

For background on the British Columbia TCP Training process review, visit TCP Background.

All documents posted on this web page are available to be copied freely for this purpose and not for profit or other commercial venture support. Nobody shall charge fees for the materials posted and copy or modify course material and/or misrepresent course material as their own.

 

Traffic Control Training Providers

Institutions and organizations offering Traffic Control Training are listed in the telephone yellow pages, trade publications or on the internet.

The Ministry of Transportation in no way endorses or directly supports some agencies over others. The Ministry is in support of agencies who use the posted training material as a minimum standard in British Columbia. Incumbent traffic control training participants should ensure the agency being considered as a training source abides by this or a higher standard.

Registration in British Columbia

To be registered as a traffic control person or a traffic control instructor in British Columbia, contact the BC Construction Safety Alliance.

Important Note:
The Instructor Guide, the Participant Guide and the TCP exam have been revised in 2005.

Contact the BC Construction Safety Alliance at:

Website: http://www.bccsa.ca
Email: tcp@bccsa.ca
Toll free: 1-877-860-3675
Telephone:604-636-3675
Facsimile: 604-636-3676

 

Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways
(1999 Consolidated Office Edition)

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This PDF edition of the Traffic Control Manual for Work on Roadways was developed by a Committee for Traffic Control on Construction and Maintenance Projects which was organized by the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

Printed versions of the 1999 Field Edition and printed, colour versions of this manual can be purchased from the Ministry of Management Services Publications Index. (The Field Edition is available in printed format only).

 

Traffic Control Person Training:
Participant Guide, 2002 (PDF 1832KB)

Important Note:
The Instructor Guide, the Participant Guide and the TCP exam have been revised in 2005.

Contact the BC Construction Safety Alliance at:

Website: http://www.bccsa.ca
Email: tcp@bccsa.ca
Toll free: 1-877-860-3675
Telephone:604-636-3675
Facsimile: 604-636-3676

Appendix, Traffic Control Person Training: Participant Guide, 2002

Please be advised that these pieces of information or legislation are only reasonably current for training purposes only. If detailed, up-to-date information is being sought, please consult the responsible authorities.

 

Traffic Control Person Training:
Instructor Guide, 2002 (PDF 1503 KB)

Important Note:
The Instructor Guide, the Participant Guide and the TCP exam have been revised in 2005.

Contact the BC Construction Safety Alliance at:

Website: http://www.bccsa.ca
Email: tcp@bccsa.ca
Toll free: 1-877-860-3675
Telephone:604-636-3675
Facsimile: 604-636-3676


Appendix: Traffic Control Person Training: Instructor Guide 2002

 

Useful Operational References

MoT Traffic Control Guidelines:

 

Printed Publications Sources

Use the links below to order printed copies of the following publications:

Contact Open Learning Agency to order:

  • Traffic Control Person Training:
    Participant Guide, 2002
    Order Number: MN2059

  • Traffic Control Person Training:
    Instructor Guide, 2002
    Order Number: MN2060

Or use their Search page:
Go to the "online catalogue" and search for "traffic control"

Contact: Ministry of Management Services Publications Index  to order:

Contact Crown Publications to order: