Traffic and Parking Systems: Manual and Motorized Traffic Control

Start Date
07/21/2018
End Date
07/21/2020
Description
Safe and effective traffic control is a necessity for a variety of facilities and locations, both commercial and residential. This course reviews options for traffic and parking control, both manually-activated and motorized traffic spike systems. Discussions include advantages, key features, safety requirements, and installation information.
Distance Learning
Yes
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Security Design
Health, Safety and Welfare
Yes
Hours
1.0
Learning Outcomes
Define the importance of traffic and parking control systems and where they are most commonly used.
Explain the differences between manually-activated spike systems and motorized spike systems, including key features of both.
Describe the options for installation methods, including in-ground/flush mount and surface mount.
Identify safety requirements as well as maintenance and installation guidelines to ensure safety and product warranty.
Instructors
Brian C. Valdez, CDT
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Course Codes
AEC1152
Provider
AEC Daily Corporation


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