Courses


Snow School

3 Day

In Person


Course Content
•    Intro to Environment Canada’s Code of Practice and MOE’s Local Source Water Protection
•    Minimum Maintenance Standards
•    Level of Service
•    Record-keeping
•    Safety
•    Hours of Service
•    Verifying calibration of spreader controls
•    Inspection of winter maintenance equipment
•    Pre and post season operations
•    Snow and ice control materials and techniques
•    Multi-modal: Pedestrians and cyclists
•    Material handling and storage
•    Winter maintenance of gravel roads
•    Interpreting the weather forecast
•    Road Weather Information System
•    GPS/AVL
•    Plowing techniques
•    Managing blowing snow
•    Salt management
•    Winter operations plans
•    Case studies

Course Objectives
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the latest winter maintenance practices, equipment and materials. It has been designed to complement the training requirements for salt management plans.

Who Should Attend
Technicians and technologists and others responsible for salt management plans, winter maintenance supervisors, patrollers, equipment operators, mechanics, and contract employees.

Evaluation Process
Passing Grade:  65%

Accreditation
This course is recognized by:
•    This course may be used toward the requirements of the CRS-Intermediate (CRS-I) level.
•    This course may be used as credit for technical specialist programs only. Please contact OACETT to ensure that this course satisfies your particular examination program for certification. Point Value = 2
•    The Engineering Institute of Canada awards 1.8 Continuing Education Units to this course.

Special Concession to Good Roads Delegates:

  • Complimentary parking
  • Complimentary wireless internet in guest rooms and public spaces
  • Complimentary access to the pool