Bremicker hands-on training courses will help you to deal with daily tasks with assurance and proficiency when you need to adhere to RSA (guidelines regarding safety in workplaces on roads) and StVO (road traffic regulations).
The speed at which technology and our society are changing is increasing all the time. This is also true for anything that has to do with traffic. Figures released by the German federal office of statistics (Statistisches Bundesamt) show that traffic levels in Germany are rising steadily. At the same time, the statutory regulations for safe interaction in road traffic, both on major roads and in urban and suburban environments, need to be modified in order to adapt to the constantly changing reality. This means that roads must be kept in good shape, necessitating new construction work, restructuring and maintenance measures, and damage repair.
Implementing these presents both road users and road maintenance services with an enormous challenge. Not only dedication is required, but also an understanding of how this can be done while catering to the very different needs of all sides. It is clearly only possible to overcome all the difficulties if you keep your ear to the ground. You need to keep abreast of all the technological and legislative developments relevant to the work you do with respect to road traffic and then you will be making a big contribution towards ensuring that road traffic in Germany is safe and well-organised.
Bremicker Verkehrstechnik offers seminars delivering the compact, hands-on and experience-driven knowledge that you will find really useful in your work on a daily basis. Our training programme for 2014 covers the following areas:
RSA - Training Course: safety measures at roadworks sites inside built-up areas and on major roads outside
On 1 January 2001 the MVAS 99 was published - the code of practice regarding specialist knowledge necessary for implementing safety measures at roadworks.
RSA - Training Course: safety measures at roadworks sites on motorways
The MVAS 99 which was published on 1 January 2001 - the code of practice regarding specialist knowledge necessary for implementing safety measures at roadworks - also covers site safety measures on motorways
StVO - Training Course: the new road traffic regulations
The revision to the road traffic regulations was published on 12 March 2013 in the German federal law gazette (Bundesgesetzblatt) and came into force on 1 April 2013. As well as containing gender-neutral emendations and alterations to the catalogue of fines, the new regulations make provision for getting rid of some traffic signs, changing others, and introducing several new ones.
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