FHWA Bridge Maintenance: Overview
This online engineering PDH course is based on Chapter I (Introduction) and Chapter IV (Bridge Maintenance Concepts) of the manual, and provides an introduction to and discussion of general concepts of bridge maintenance.
The Bridge Maintenance Training Reference Manual was developed to serve as part of a Federal Highway Administration training course. The objectives of the training are to 1) provide instructions in bridge maintenance and repair procedures, 2) provide an overview of general management techniques useful to a bridge maintenance supervisor or technician, 3) improve work-site safety, and 4) acquaint bridge maintenance personnel with the purpose and function of bridge management systems.
This 2 PDH online course is intended primarily for structural and civil engineers, as well as design and construction professionals, and would be of particular interest to consulting engineers or to engineers serving in government organizations concerned with the maintenance of bridges.
This PE continuing education course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- Definition of bridge maintenance
- Objectives of bridge maintenance
- Importance of location of bridge maintenance group within a DOT organization
- Levels of bridge maintenance
- Common preventive maintenance tasks
- Importance of preventive maintenance
In this professional engineering CEU course, you need to review Chapter I, "Introduction" and Chapter IV, "Bridge Maintenance Concepts" of the Federal Highway Administration Bridge Maintenance Training Reference Manual, Publication No. FHWA- NHI-03-045, March, 2003.
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