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National Work Zone Awareness Week 2010

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National Work Zone Awareness Week, April 19-23, 2010













           Poster in PDF
        Poster in graphic

The 2010 National Work Zone Awareness Week was scheduled for April 19-23.  The national kickoff event was held in New York City on April 19. The theme for this year was "Work Zones Need Your Undivided Attention."


Clearinghouse News Release

Resources Available from the Clearinghouse

The National Work Zone Safety Information Clearinghouse and ARTBA through the Transportation Development Foundation has low cost and free resources for use during National Work Zone Awareness week.

Proceeds from all sales go to the ARTBA Foundation to support scholarships for children of roadway construction workers killed on the job. All materials must be ordered by Thursday, April 8, to insure delivery.

  • Work Zone Awareness Safety Ribbons: $15.00. 1 X 3 in. ribbons made from retroreflective orange tape. Each ribbon is $1, these are available at 15 ribbons per sheet.
  • Work Zone Awareness Safety Wristbands: $2 per unit, and available with a minimum order of 20 units. $40.00. Wear these orange wristbands to raise awareness of work zone safety and to visibly support our Scholarship fund.
  • Flagger Up, Work Zone song: written by Brenda Croft a flagger from Kentucky and performed by Tabatha and Southern Fryd, $5/disc – each disc comes in a jewel case.
  • Safety Training Materials: no cost, ARTBA is pleased to offer free safety training programs and products. Through a series of contracts and alliances ARTBA has secured, we have developed these sought after materials and are pleased to provide them to you at no cost (available while supplies last). The materials are:

To order any of these products, visit the ARTBA online store or contact: Omar Lopez, olopez@artba.org or 202-289-4434. 

How States and Agencies Are Promoting the National Work Zone Awareness Week

          Display of Roadway Safety Program brochures  Display of Roadway Safety Program brochures  Three posters on the wall - Know the Signs, Know the Blind Sports, and Let'em work. Let 'em live.

Updated: 4/10/2014

Categories: Public Information Programs | Work Zone Safety