Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audits
Definition - What does Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audits mean?
The Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audits is a course that civil engineers can undertake if they wish to receive skilled knowledge regarding road safety audits. Road safety audits are often generally for public roadways, but private roads and home driveways may also require safety audits. Many countries now insist that civil engineers have this qualification before completing road safety audits.
Safeopedia explains Professional Certificate in Road Safety Audits
Such courses deal with different scenarios that a road safety auditor may encounter in the field and how best to deal with them, different legal issues they may come across and how to correctly record and analyze auditing data. It is recommended that road safety auditors refresh their qualifications every five years to keep up-to-date with any new safety policies. This course usually requires 24 hours of lectures with a small exam to receive the certificate.
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