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Infrastructure Insider: the Modern Work Zone
How can safety not only exist, but flourish, within a work zone area? Communities face many complicated challenges to remain productive, nimble, and fiscally prudent — while simultaneously being committed to providing safe work zones for all workers and road users. But we must ask how we have grown or faltered, as a community, when reviewing our history of work zone traffic control, operations, and safety procedures. And how have experiences of the past contributed to the overarching progress and success of today’s work zone safety? These are a few of the many questions we need to ask ourselves. With demanding, varied, and ever-changing work zone projects taking place concurrently throughout our communities, it’s critical to understand how a focused safety framework is needed at every phase.

Learning Objectives:
We will be discussing the history of work zone safety, “From Then to Now” and identifying how we, as a community, can take an even more proactive approach to safety in work zone areas. By meeting dedicated safety objectives today, we can positively impact our road safety practices in the future.

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Speakers

Eric Charlebois
Mid-Atlantic Operations Manager @HazTec Inc
Eric Charlebois, HazTek Inc.’s Mid-Atlantic Operations Manager, brings over 20 years of experience in heavy construction, maritime, and MSHA. In his role at HazTek, Charlebois develops safety training programs, performs Project Risk Assessments, develops policies and procedures, and works with customers to build strong safety cultures. Charlebois began his career as a Combat Engineer/Ground Safety Officer in the United States Marine Corps and as a Military Police Forensic Road Traffic Investigator in the United States Army, where he worked in accident investigation and emergency action planning. Charlebois also served as Infrastructure Safety Manager at Cianbro, where his responsibilities included injury case management and emergency planning. Eric’s certifications include OSHA 500, EM 385-1-1, MDOT Temporary Traffic Control Manager, Lead & Asbestos Inspection, and RCRA Hazardous Waste Management. He is certified in First Aid/CPR/AED, and Flagger/Traffic Control.