Montana LTAP Training Calendar
Upcoming Trainings (pre-registration is required):
31st Annual Equipment Operator Training and Snow Rodeo
When: September 29th (Classroom Training) and 30th (Operator Skills Day)
Where:Lewis and Clark Fairgrounds, Helena, MT
TRAINING & EQUIPMENT
Classroom training will include:
- Operations & Safety: Snowplow/Dump truck, Wheeled Loader
- Equipment Operations & Maintenance: Pre-trip and walk around procedures
- Winter Operations & Safety: LTAP Winter Survival and Personal Safety
Operator safety, best practices for operation, and maintenance will be emphasized. The day two activities are a test of skill and a great opportunity for peer-to-peer exchange of ideas, techniques, and practices. Teamwork and friendly competition!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
County Road Supervisors, Commissioners, Public Works Directors, Tribal Members, and other Interested Parties
The classroom workshop combined with field work and equipment safety training is designed to provide experience and test the skills of those performing operations on roads, streets, and runways. Personnel from Montana Department of Transportation, cities, towns, counties, tribal members, and military are all welcome.
Join us for two days of safety instruction, hands-on experience, food (lunch), and prizes.
Training $50, Competition $70, Training & Competition $120
Contact Matt Ulberg 406-531-1142 Email: [email protected]
Fall District Trainings - Dates To Be Announced Soon!
Flagging Certification Training:
Workshop Objective: To learn work zone and flagging procedures to become a certified flagger.
Workshop Description: This flagger workshop is a combination of lecture, manuals, video and hands-on problem solving with regards to flagging in a work zone. The five parts of a Traffic Control Work Zone will be discussed. Montana flagger certification will be issued to all participants who successful pass the course.
Who Should Attend: Those wanting to become a certified flagger. Road department employees from cities, counties, MDT, Forest Service, Park Service, BIA and Tribal employees will all benefit from attending this workshop.
Instructor: Shawna Page has been a Certified Safety Officer and professional safety instructor for over fifteen years, while also working in the construction field for 20 years. Shawna’s experience ranges from building construction
to Work Zone traffic control. Shawna is Montana LTAP’s primary instructor on many courses that LTAP offers. Shawna regularly teaches MSHA courses including Part 46 refreshers, OSHA 10 & 30 courses, Asbestos Safety, Cold Weather Safety, flagging, Work Zone Technician, Traffic Control Supervisor, and other safety courses.