News and Updates

New Service! CTC Sign Management System


Historically, highway signs have been required to be manufactured with a certain level of nighttime visibility, or “Retroreflectivity.”  The 2009 MUTCD now requires all signs to be maintained at a certain level of retroreflectivity, based upon the colors of the materials used.  The first deadline is January 22, 2012.

With the most Up to date courses!CTC's Online Institute


CTC is always striving to find the most innovative ways for our clients to stay in compliance.  Our new Online Institute offers Web-based DOT and OSHA training designed to enhance your skills, increase your performance, and meet the current DOT and DOL training requirement.

A Fallen American HeroSGT Brandon E. Maggart Memorial and
Blake Maggart Educational Fund

Honoring the memory of Army SGT Brandon E. Maggart who served in Iraq and was killed during Operation Iraq Freedom.

Blake Maggart remembers his father on Memorial Day and Veteran's Day in 2011


Child Passanger SafetyDo you have a transportation issue? Ask us!

Over 85% of child safety seats are used improperly, or not at all.  There are many examples:
Placing hard objects under the child safety seat, which may become projectiles under the forces of a collision.



Installing a rear-facing only infant safety seat forward-facing, placing the vehicle safety belt outside of the proper belt path, and leaving the carrier handle in the “Up” position when not permitted by the manufacturer.


This young man is clearly not yet ready to use the vehicle’s lap/shoulder safety belt.  He is in desperate need of a belt-positioning booster seat.


To help parents and caregivers properly protect children when traveling on the nation’s highways, we have helped train hundreds of Child Passenger Safety Technicians (CPST) all around the country.  Trainees include state and local law enforcement, fire fighters, EMS personnel, medical professionals, child safety seat design engineers, and safety advocates.



Properly trained CPSTs help educate parents and caregivers in the correct use of child safety seats, and other transportation safety issues.


To check for child safety seat recalls, check the National Highway Traffic Safety Administrations
recall website.