Data Processing Agreement Vimeo

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Cozeep Agreement

Caltrans and CHP staff work closely together to identify the measures needed to ensure the safety of highway workers and motorists, traffic control procedures and expected delays. Cooperation issues may include communication methods on construction sites, traffic management, acceptable delays, contingency plans to deal with transport mobility and rescue routes. There are two parallel programmes, the Construction Zone Enhanced Action Programme (COZEEP) and the Enforcement Zone Maintenance Programme (MAZEEP). Caltrans TMC coordinates and manages road user information. Under the direction of the TMC Manager, the TMC identifies the fixed CMS and HAR on the state highway system used during the construction of the “Boat Section” to provide information to the itinerant public. Appropriate signatures and radio messages are sent by the TMC when situations occur. The following elements of incident management are used: I1-1: Inter-authority agreement for police presence in work areas Speed reduction and awareness of work areas have not been sufficiently achieved through the use of signatures and equipment pipes, etc. Reduce accidents on highways and workers, creating an overall safer work area. COZEEP is a program that uses California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers during construction to improve the safety of construction workers and the public. Among the types of cogeneration application, these are patrol vehicles that wander or stationary for speed control, queue control and monitoring of traffic control equipment. .