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Winter Maintenance Resources
- Municipal Snow and Ice Control
This book is for everyone who is involved in snow and ice control in a public agency. It covers materials, application, equipment, weather, and takes the reader from "before the season" to "after the storm" in scope.
- Urban Snow and Ice Control
This book focuses on successful operations and techniques in urban snowfighting so that your citizens reach their destinations with less risk and inconvenience.
- Liquid Use in Winter Maintenance
Liquids are the current "buzz" in winter maintenance. However, new users are often left wondering how to leverage liquid technology to the fullest extent. This program provides insights from both seasoned and new liquid users and answers several basic questions.
- Lessons Learned From Extreme Winter Events
Extreme winter events can wreak havoc on planned winter operations, budgets and public perception. This program will detail how agencies in Washington DC, Denver CO and Seattle WA have dealt with major winter events and what they changed because of it.
- Anti-icing / RWIS Training
The AI/RWIS Computer Based Training (CBT) is a self-paced, interactive multimedia winter maintenance CBT that follows sound adult learning principles. The program requires interaction by the student beyond simply moving from one page to the next. Practice and review exercises, fun facts, and links to key word definitions, a glossary, a Knowledge Base and Internet sites add to the experience.
- Snow Removal, in Safety!
This DVD covers topics such as planning before departure, road safety, first aid, breakdown of vehicles, clearing out roads and parking lots, and collection and loading of snow on public roads and sidewalk maintenance.
- Snow and Ice Control: Field Handbook for Snowplow Operators
This field handbook is to help promote the understanding of the tools, best practices and limitations of snow and ice control. It will help you understand when to use and when not to use these tools and practices. In addition, it encourages progressive changes in snow and ice control practices that will help you reduce sand/salt use and lessen environmental impacts while meeting the safety and mobility needs of roadway users.