NDLTAP On-Site Training
Oct. 26, 2016 - Dunn County Highway Department, 300 Central Ave S, Killdeer, ND   
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (MT)
Registration deadline Oct.19, 2016

Nov.1, 2016 -   Carrington Research Extension Center, 663 Highway 280 N, Carrington, ND
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (CT) 
Registration deadline Oct.25, 2016

Nov.2, 2016 - Bottineau County Courthouse Commissioners RM, 314 5th St West, Bottineau, ND 
9:00 AM to 3:30 PM (CT)
Registration deadline Oct.26, 2016

Fee: $50.00 (entities will be invoiced after the training session)
The Local Roadway Snow and Ice Control Training will cover the critical
aspects required to efficiently conduct winter motor grader operations on local roads.

Topic will include:
  • Preparation for the winter season
  • Use of weather forecasting
  • Guidelines for properly plowing,winging, and benching snow
  • Use of chemicals for ice control
  • Overview of snow drifting, new technology, and equipment available for snow and ice control
  • Snowplowing policy
  • Winter survival tips
 Mike Hoff, retired from the NDDOT after 30 years as a section supervisor in Dickinson. Since his retirement from the NDDOT, he has moved to Valley City and started a snow removal/ landscaping Bobcat business. Mike's numerous motor grader, plow truck and front end loader championships are evidence of his experience and proficiency in snow and ice control.

Target  Audience:
  • Motor grader operator
  • Road Supervisors
  • City & County Commissioners
  • Township Supervisors
  • Safety Officers

Road Scholar Credits earned: 6 hours


Local Roadway Snow and Ice Control Workshop Brochure


Training Schedule & Conferences 2016-2017 (on-site) 

For NDLTAP training questions, contact:
Denise Brown - NDLTAP Training Coordinator
P: 701.328.9856


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