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The purpose of this 2-day workshop is to show participants ways to reduce fatalities and injuries caused by road departures and collisions with fixed objects, as well as collision at rural intersections. This training covers low-cost solutions for keeping the driver on the road. Through a combination of interactive lecture, group discussions, and activities, participants will be able to:
- Explain the importance of reducing collisions and the challenges to fully implementing collision reduction techniques
- Describe the forgiving concept (when a vehicle departs the roadway)
- Identify roadway safety issues
- List ways to keep the driver on the road with low-cost solutions
- Define a clear zone and describe what to do with hazards in it
Todd Morrison, P.E. is a road safety advocate as a speaker, workshop instructor, and online trainer. For the past 12 years, he has worked for numerous contractors, Local Technical Assistance Programs, cities, counties, and DOTs. He has taught over 500 workshops and trained over 15,000 individuals. He retired from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet after serving in the Divisions of Construction, Maintenance, and Traffic. At the Cabinet, he worked with environmental, work zone, construction and maintenance concerns as an Environmental Coordinator, Maintenance/Traffic Engineer, and as a Branch Manager for Operations. Recently, Todd served for 2 years as Kentucky’s Safety Circuit Rider helping local agencies identify low cost improvements to reduce crashes. Todd is an ATSSA certified Traffic Control Supervisor, Flagging Instructor, and Traffic Control Design Specialist.
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