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The following guidelines will be in place during in-person training to keep everyone safe:
Arrive 30 minutes before class begins
Go to the check-in table before entering the classroom
Please remain six feet apart while in line, and at all times during the day
Your temperature will be taken with a no-touch thermometer at check-in
A temperature of 100.4 or greater will require you to return home (refunds will be processed the next business day)
A health questionnaire must be completed during check-in
A mask and hand sanitizer will be provided to each student
Masks must be worn while in the facility
Please use designated entryways and exits as marked
Please sit in chairs at designated tables (They will be spaced out exactly six feet apart)
The FHWA Local Aid Support office is taking nominations for
Build a Better Mousetrap (BABM) 2021 until June 11, 2021.
BABM celebrates innovative solutions for challenges that local and tribal transportation workers encounter. These innovations can range from the development of tools and equipment modifications to the implementation of new processes that increase safety, reduce cost, and improve efficiency of our transportation system.
BABM Planning Guide to learn more about the entry categories, how to participate, and the selection criteria. To learn more about BABM 2021, contact your local technical assistance program (LTAP).
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