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LTMO conducts refresher seminar for traffic enforcers

Laguna Traffic Management Office


On February 20-21, 2018, the Laguna Traffic Management Office (LTMO) headed by LTMO Chief Norman V. Pinion, with 4th District Supervisor Roderick M. Manalo conducted Traffic Law Enforcement and Traffic Direction and Control (TDC) Seminar held at the Sanggunian Panlalawigan Session Hall.

 

The main goal of the training/seminar was to provide an update on traffic laws, and reinforcement of previously acquired knowledge and skills. It was designed for traffic enforcers hired within the last six months of the previous year.

 

Mr. Manalo, who was in Traffic Law Enforcement for almost 20 years, said that “The Refresher Training Programme of LTMO is intended to follow up, refresh, and extend the knowledge and skills acquired during their initial training session of TDC months ago.”

 

Some of the topics discussed were proper hand signals, international traffic signs, methods of TDC, tips and techniques in traffic direction and control, different traffic duties, traffic control management and actions including (1) traffic arrest (2) traffic citation and (3) traffic warnings. 

 

The second day of the said training was reserved for actual TDC along the national highway of Santa Cruz, Laguna (outside the Provincial Capitol Compound) under the supervision of Mr. Manalo. (Article by Maria Iryn C. Panisan)