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Bridge Inspectorís Manual (FHWA) Part III: History of Bridge Inspection Programs (AIA# TCEBI3) (1 credit hours/1 HSW Hours)
The Federal Highway Administrationís Bridge Inspectorís Reference Manual (BIRM) is a comprehensive manual on programs, procedures, and techniques for inspecting and evaluating a variety of in-service highway bridges.  BIRM serves as the basis of a comprehensive National Highway Institute training program in bridge-safety inspection. This 1 hour course is based on BIRMís Section 1, Bridge Inspection Programs, and discusses:
1) the history of the National Bridge Inspection Program
2) responsibilities of the bridge inspector
3) quality control/quality assurance.
Mark Rossow
This course teaches the following specific knowledge and skills:
  • Students will learn the history of the national bridge inspection program.
  • Students will understand the goals and methods of the FHWA's national bridge inspection program.
  • Students will learn the responsibilities and required qualifications of bridge inspectors.  
  • Students will learn and be able to apply principles of quality control and quality assurance.

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