When an accident happens, a first aid program that meets the requirements of the law and is tailored to the
type and size of the workplace can literally make the difference between life and death, or between recovery
and permanent disablement.
North Dakota roads are the lifeline to communities across the state. Every year, North Dakota government entities spend millions of dollars to reconstruct and repair roads and bridges. In an effort to protect the infrastructure, at least six counties have found a means that is affordable and effective with their limited resources.
The dictionary defines an easement as a right held by one person to make use of the land of another; a right of way (ROW) is a strip of land acquired for use by railroad for tracks, county for road, or a path or route that may be lawfully used. The terminology of ROW and easement...
NDLTAP recently conducted Motor-Grader Operator training in Mercer, McLean, Sheridan and Wells Counties. The training consisted of 1 day of classroom training (Hazen) followed by 1 day of field training in each designated county. The training was offered to city and county operators and supervisors.