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Transportation And Highway Safety

The TEEX Transportation and Highway Safety Program serves industry professionals working on or near Texas Department of Transportation roadways and Federal Highway Administration sponsored projects. Whether a work zone traffic control assignment, a traffic collision incident, school bus operations, or continuing education provided to transportation engineers, proper training helps ensure safe decisions are made regardless of the environment. At TEEX we understand the importance of properly trained personnel and utilize experienced professionals to train state and local transportation industry professionals throughout Texas. 

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Funding Options DHS/FEMA Veterans Benefits GSA
Delivery Types Online Face-to-Face Blended

Roadway Maintenance and Safety

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

HEP700

Heavy Equipment and Vehicle Safety in Construction Work Zones (Online)

Online

PRT

HWS110

Flaggers in Work Zones

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS112

Installation and Maintenance of Signs

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS113

Installation and Maintenance of Pavement Markings

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS400

Temporary Traffic Control Worker

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS410

Work Zone Traffic Control for Contractor's Responsible Person

Face-to-Face

School Bus Transportation

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

PPT001

School Bus Driver Instructor

Face-to-Face

PRT

PPT002

School Bus Driver Instructor Refresher

Face-to-Face

PRT

PPT300

Accident Avoidance for School Bus Drivers (Online)

Online

Traffic Flagging

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

HWS110

Flaggers in Work Zones

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS114

Train-the-Trainer Flaggers

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS400

Temporary Traffic Control Worker

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS410

Work Zone Traffic Control for Contractor's Responsible Person

Face-to-Face

Traffic Signals

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

HWS109

Introduction to Traffic Signal Operations

Face-to-Face

Traffic Signs and Markings

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

HWS112

Installation and Maintenance of Signs

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS113

Installation and Maintenance of Pavement Markings

Face-to-Face

Work Zone

Division Course Number Title Description Funding Option Delivery Type

PRT

HEP560

Construction Work Zone Safety for Heavy Equipment Operators

Face-to-Face

PRT

HEP700

Heavy Equipment and Vehicle Safety in Construction Work Zones (Online)

Online

PRT

HWS002

Work Zone Traffic Control

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS005

Work Zone Traffic Control Refresher

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS110

Flaggers in Work Zones

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS114

Train-the-Trainer Flaggers

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS400

Temporary Traffic Control Worker

Face-to-Face

PRT

HWS410

Work Zone Traffic Control for Contractor's Responsible Person

Face-to-Face

Spotlights

​A work zone flagger is the first line of defense for all work crew team members. If performed improperly, serious injuries could be the result.

​The Defensive Flagging App illustrates proper flagger positioning and other operational techniques required to protect yourself and your work zone crew members.

Heavy Equipment Catalog Cover

On the construction jobsite, productivity and safety depend on trained, qualified workers. That’s especially true in the operation of heavy equipment such as backhoes, scrapers, bulldozers, motor graders, front-end loaders, excavators, dump trucks, and cranes. The Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) understands the importance of operators having both the skills and knowledge to work on these and many other types of equipment in order to confidently address safety and the numerous challenges associated with operating heavy equipment. TEEX is dedicated to the critical training vital in ensuring that your construction site is productive and your crew is skilled and safe.

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Safe, reliable roadways don’t just happen.  Those thousands of miles of streets and roads are engineered, constructed, and maintained by professionals having a broad array of skills and knowledge.  Ensuring that these pros stay on the cutting edge of their crafts is the specialty of the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX).  

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