Back To Top


ISO 9001 provides a framework that ensures member organizations are committed to providing high-quality products and services that meet the customer and regulatory requirements for their particular industry. Read More

Forty-seven percent of Canadians admit they have typed out or used the voice-memo feature to send a message while driving. Sending or reading a text forces you to take your eyes off the road for 5 seconds. At 90km/h, that's comparable to driving the length of a football field. Learn the dangers of distracted driving here. Read More

Spring has finally sprung! The change in season also means construction work will be returning to our highways and roads. And as workers return, it’s important we each do our part in keeping roads, and those who work on them, safe. Read More

Automated Flagger Assistance Devices first hit the North American market over 25 years ago. The go-to-market strategy was two-fold – improve worker safety, and realize cost savings through labor efficiency. Learn more about the rise of the AFAD! Read More

20% of Canadians live in rural, coastal, Indigenous or other remote areas. Learn the importance AFADs and Portable Traffic Signals have on these areas! Read More

Discover how we help protect temporary work-zone traffic areas with our AFAD RCF2.4! Read More

It is important to remember the safety hazards that these construction spaces pose, no matter what your particular means of transportation. Here are some tips for navigating dangerous construction zones as a motorist or pedestrian! Read More

There are some big wins on the horizon for Automated Flagger Assistance Devices (AFAD) and road workers alike in British Columbia and Ontario at the moment! BC implements traffic control amendments to the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Regulation. Read More

Can we imagine a world without traffic signals? The development of the modern traffic signal has been a long and arduous journey which begins in the bustling metro of London in the 18th century… Read More