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Transport control, maintenance and protection (Mpt) and permits - Ltbp protocol
Long Term Bridge Performance (LTBP) Program Protocols, Version 1
1.1A Transport Management and Maintain and Protect Transport (MPT Plan) which has been endorsed by a Ministry of Transport and all government-issued on-site data acquisition approvals for the Long-Term Bridging Performance (LTBP) programme. 1Contact with those in charge within the organisation of the owners of bridges and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA): 3.1.
1The main point of communication with the owners of the bridges is the LTBP State Coordinator. He or she supports the LTBP and related activities in their country. National Coordinator designates the appropriate staff to coordinate fieldwork (PRE-PL-LO-007, Communication and Coordination Plan). 2The main point of communication within the FHWA is the FHWA Division bridge engineer for the state in which the viaduct is in.
3With the help of the LTBP State Co-ordinator, please consult the Transport Controls Co-ordinator within the county or area where the LTBP is situated. Work with FHWA LTBP personnel and/or other LTBP companies to obtain the deck drawings and the latest survey reports for the deck to be assessed. LTBP's database of bridges and bridges provides the PREâ'EDâ'BDâ'001, Plan and Specifications for Bridge Design and Construction.
1Determine who is in charge of four areas of the vehicle's congestion management: 1Draft of the MPT plan. 2Financial responsibilities for the MPT plan. 3Approval of the MPT plan. 4Implementation of the MPT plan. 1Get a copy of the authorized MPT plan for the gangway and ensure that all LTBP contractors understands the plan, the time frame in which the LTBP contractors may work on the gangway and all areas with security concerns.
3.3.2. 2Apply for and obtain government-mandated LTBP contractors' staff to assess the viability of the Viaducte. Create a personal health and saftey plan for the PRE-PL-LOâ'004, Personal Health and Security Plan and all national regulations and regulations. 4Procurement and/or delivery of all LTBP staff on site of security hardware needed under the Personal Health and Security Plan.
1If the State already has approved transport maintainers, one of these is to be designated to carry out the following work. 2Thefieldcoordinator will create an MPT plan that complies with the latest release of the Manual on Uniform Trafic Control Devices (MUTCD) and any country-specific needs and policies.
Put it before the name of the name of the name of the name. Allows you to review and reinstate the MPT and continue the review and resubmission processes until the MPT plan is valid. 3 Check the MPT plan with all LTBP contractors on site to ensure they fully comprehend the plan, the timeframe in which LTBP contractors' staff may be on the deck, and all safety-related areas.
4Apply for and obtain government-mandated LTBP contractors' staff to assess the work. 5Develop a personal health and security plan for the structure based on PRE-PL-LO-004, the personal health and security plan and all country-specific demands and directives. 6Procurement and/or delivery of all LTBP staff on site of security hardware necessary under the Personal Health and Security Plan.
4Clarify the communications needs for congestion management as part of the overall array communications plan (PRE-PL-LO-007, communications and coordination plan), as well as a schedule of contingency calls. Those obligations shall include the establishment and maintenance of communications with locals, prosecution authorities and accident and fire services throughout the duration of the disruption. 5 Ensure that all prerequisites are fulfilled before working in the field:
1All approvals necessary on site should be available but should be secured against exposition or damages. 2Verify that all necessary persons or organisations have been informed of the forthcoming disruption to air travel and work in the fields in accordance with the communications plan. 3 Review your controller to make sure the plan has been followed as planned and that local crews are secure while in the restricted area.
1Records, which include the MPT plan, approvals, photographic evidence and protocols of all problems and incidents that may occur during work in the fields. 7Save data, files and images: Data, file and picture storageâ "Local, for storing locally. Store 2FLD-DS-RS-001, data, files and imagesâ "Remote, for storing remotely. Transmit all meta data, data, to the FHWA and/or load all meta data, data, to the LTBP Bridge Portal.
1This report provides guidelines for creating a secure and effective on-site data acquisition plan for the LTBP-programme. 2. 2Ideally, the deck holder is responsible for controlling road conditions during the work on the deck, but if this is not possible, an MPT plan must be drawn up. LTBP is a national programme whose demands differ greatly from state to state.
3 Each State has its own set of special and often different demands on transport management practices, which are contained in its draft standard and in the State Transport Management Handbook. Those needs may involve licensing requests, delays, communication chain, the involvement of government or community prosecution authorities, or many other logistics issues. Determine requests through the Transport Management Co-ordinator.
The FHWA Map of Transportation Management is available on the FHWA Map of Transportation (MUTCD) website. 1LTBP protocols: PL-LO-004, Personal Health and Safety Plan. Co-ordination and communication plan for 3PRE-PL-LO-007. BD-001, plans and specifications for bridge construction. Included in the 6FLD-DS-LS-001, data, documents and images storageâ "Local. DS-RS-001 7FLD-DS, data, documents and images storageâ "Remote.
1FHWA, Handbook on Uniform Traffic Control Devices for Streets and Highways, 2009 Edition with Revisions 1 and 2 Incorporated, Federal Highway Administration, Washington, DC, 2012.