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Mongolian road engineers attend training in USA
Central Asia | society | 10:19, 14 February 2018 | 211

AKIPRESS.COM - More than 10 Mongolian specialists and engineers of road and constructional sectors recently attended a short-term training ‘Safe road and constructional operations’ organized in Seattle, Washington, the USA.

The training was co-organized by the Continuing Education Program of the Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Science, the University of Washington and the International Institute of Human Resources, Montsame reported.

The training aimed at improving knowledge of road and constructional employers about a safe operation at workplace and sharing experiences on preventing and reducing the industrial accidents.

During the training, ANSI certified instructor Robin Smith gave expansive information on workplace hazards, traffic signs, safe traffic movement, and prevention of car accidents as well as others. Moreover, occupational safety instructors Jay Herzmark and Richard J.Gleason gave a wide-range of knowledge regarding occupational health, controlling accidents, safety of heavy industrial equipment as well as others.

As a part of the training, the trainees were also introduced the process of road and bridge constructional project and safe operations at constructional site by Washington State Department of Transportation.

In the end of the training, the trainees were granted certificates of the training completion.

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