Aug. 13, 2020

10:00am - 11:00am

WEBINAR

This program is designed to highlight the proper methods of controlling traffic at roadway pedestrian crossings. Emphasis is placed on proper methods and equipment to enhance safety for pedestrians, motorists, and employees.

Objectives: 

  • Understand the importance of traffic control at pedestrian crossings
  • Understand standardized traffic control techniques for roadway pedestrian crossings
  • Recognize effective positioning strategies
  • Identify the proper equipment and attire

Who should attend: Individuals who perform crossing guard duties; Personnel, including department heads, responsible for crossing guards. 

  • Nicole Armaganian

    Nicole Armaganian

    Nicole is a 22 year veteran of law enforcement. She retired from the New Hampshire State Police as a Lieutenant and served as a Troop Commander with Troop G which oversees the enforcement of commercial vehicle laws, pupil transportation, vehicle inspections and more related to commercial vehicle laws and licensing. In addition, Nicole has initiated and presented at numerous programs related to leadership and is most proud of her work with developing the New England Women in Law Enforcement Leadership Training program series. Nicole joined Primex3 in 2018 as a Risk Management Consultant with a focus on Law Enforcement. She is a graduate of UNH and lives in Concord where she coaches field hockey for Concord High School.

  • Phil St Cyr

    Phil St. Cyr

    Philip E. St. Cyr is the Primex3 Risk Management Consultant for the Southern and Central Regions of NH. Prior to accepting employment with Primex3, he was the Director of Emergency Services for the Greater Manchester Chapter of the American Red Cross, and before that, served at the rank of Lieutenant for the City of Manchester NH Fire Dept. completing twenty five years of service. Mr. St. Cyr is a member of the American Society of Safety Engineers and holds an A.A.S. degree from NH Technical College in Manchester. Mr. St. Cyr is certified in N.I.M.S. (National Incident Management Systems) and E.O.C. (Emergency Operations Center) management. Mr. St. Cyr has an extensive background in Fire Prevention and Safety, Hazardous Materials, Emergency Management and Disaster Planning. He has served on numerous Local, State and Regional planning committees for the purpose of developing response plans to natural and man-made disasters.

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