Coming to McAlester, Choctaw, Lawton and Enid in April.
We hope to see you at one of these workshops!
Coming to McAlester, Choctaw, Lawton and Enid in April.
We hope to see you at one of these workshops!
Oklahoma Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Website is now OPEN!
If you would like to schedule a TIM workshop, check out this website.
Oklahoma LTAP Backhoe & Excavator Operator Training.
Look for next years euipment hands-on training in Choctaw, Oklahoma
Oklahoma LTAP Motor Grader Operator Training
Motor Grader Operator class will be held in 2017 ~ WATCH FOR IT SOON!
Oklahoma LTAP Skid-Steer Safety Training Course
This one-day course was held at the Comanche Nation Tribal Complex

Events

GET READY FOR TWO-WEEKS OF WORKSHOPS IN APRIL OF 2017, FOUR (4) WORKSHOPS ALL TOGETHER, STARTING IN McALESTER, LAWTON, CHOCTAW AND ENID~This two-day course is designed to ensure that pedestrian facilities and access routes are properly constructed and maintained for all individuals, including those with disabilities. This course also focuses on proper design and maintenance of pedestrian access routes in new construction or when existing facilities are altered. Participants are engaged through a power point presentation, discussion, video demonstrations, small group problem identification, and features a hands-on outdoor wheelchair exercise. This training will provide information and best practices for those involved in the design and maintenance of pedestrian facilities, and for those individuals that ensure the proper adherence to all applicable laws and guidelines. This course is taught from the perspective of the Public Right of Way Accessibility Guidelines (PROWAG), a best practice for public rights of way.
The above link is the video that we showed to everyone at the Oklahoma LTAP Motor Grader Operator Training in Choctaw. It may take several minutes to download and view this video if you have slower internet speeds, but it will be worth the wait. This training was a (3) three-day hands-on workshop which covered motor grader safety, maintenance inspections, and basic road maintenance techniques. Students spendt time both in the classroom and on a Caterpillar, John Deere, Case motor grader practicing what they have learned. Professional instructors representing the equipment manufactures were available in the class and in the feild to provide help and suggestions for improving the operator's skills.
This is a FHWA Every Day Counts Innovation that will help Oklahomas manage traffic mishaps. As a public safety discipline TIM builds its foundation on effective interagency collaboration, understanding and cooperation. Well-conceived TIM strategies and policies proactively
•Law enforcement (C.L.E.E.T Credit Approved)
•Fire
•Transportation
•Emergency medical services
•Towing
•Public works
•Haz-mat disciplines
By working towards an enhanced level of interagency coordination, collaboration and communication all response agencies who engage in Traffic Incident Management activities can leverage their collective resources, using these to advance the National Unified Goal (NUG) for TIM;
•Responder Safety,
•Safe, Quick Clearance,
•Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications
TWO-WEEKS OF WORKSHOPS IN APRIL OF 2017, FOUR (4) WORKSHOPS ALL TOGETHER