Traffic Control Person (TCP) and Temporary Workplace Signer (TWS) certifications expiring 1 January 2020 or later will remain valid until further notice. You don’t need to request a new certificate.
If you weren’t previously certified, or if your certification expired before 1 January 2020, you won’t be permitted to carry out Traffic Control Person or Temporary Workplace Signer duties.
You need to carry your certification when performing duties on the work site. Digital copies aren’t accepted. If you lose or damage your certificate and need a new one, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training classes for Traffic Control Person and Temporary Workplace Signer certifications are starting in April 2020. For more information, email email@example.com or call (902) 424-7769.
The Temporary Workplace Traffic Control Manual (Manual) is the method the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal uses to 'publish' the minimum standards for traffic control at temporary workplaces on or near the roads for which he / she has legal authority.
The Manual is revised periodically. When changes occur, the Minister updates the Web copy noted below. As soon as 'published' on the Web, the newer edition becomes the current legal edition. It becomes effective on the (Web) publication date, and supersedes all previously published editions, whether published in hard copy or electronically.
The Department of Transportation and Infrastructure Renewal (Department) may not reach every Manual user while broadcasting notifications of changes. It is therefore the sole responsibility of Manual users to check periodically to make sure they have the latest and legal edition.
The current legal edition of the Manual may be downloaded by left mouse clicking on this link: novascotia.ca/tran/tcm/traffic-control-manual-2018-01-25.pdf
The Manual downloads in PDF format. A PDF capable software package such as Adobe Reader is needed to view the file.
The Department does not distribute printed copies of the Manual.
The Foreword, starting just inside the front cover of the Manual, has a summary of the differences between the 2012 edition of the Manual and the 2018 edition. Manual users are encouraged to make themselves familiar with changes before doing any work that might be impacted by the changes.
The Manual is copyrighted, therefore may not be altered, except as authorized by the Department. It may not be copied, or distributed, in whole or in part for profit or gain, without express written permission from the Department.
Individuals may copy this document for their own use without additional permission. Agencies and companies may copy and distribute the document within their agency or company for training, and to support compliance with standards in the Manual.
Questions arising from the publication of this Manual may be directed to the Department’s Traffic Engineering and Road Safety office via: firstname.lastname@example.org .
The following links provide commonly requested information: