Traffic Control / Flagging Training

Our Flagger Training program is essential for ensuring the safety and efficiency of traffic control operations in construction zones. This training equips flaggers with the skills and knowledge needed to direct traffic safely, communicate effectively with workers and drivers, and respond appropriately to emergency situations.

With a focus on safety and compliance, our program helps create a secure environment for both workers and motorists.

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What We Offer

Fundamentals of Traffic Control

The training starts with an introduction to the basics of traffic control, including the roles and responsibilities of a flagger. Participants learn about the importance of flaggers in maintaining safety and order in work zones, the equipment used, and the standard hand signals and communication methods. This foundational knowledge is crucial for effective traffic management and accident prevention.

Safety Procedures and Best Practices

Our Flagger Training emphasizes the critical safety procedures that flaggers must follow to protect themselves and others. This includes positioning themselves correctly, using proper signaling devices, wearing high-visibility clothing, and staying alert to their surroundings. The training also covers best practices for setting up and dismantling traffic control devices and handling vehicles and pedestrians safely.

Emergency Response and Incident Management

Flaggers are often the first responders in the event of an incident or emergency in a work zone. The training provides detailed instructions on how to handle various emergency situations, such as accidents, vehicle breakdowns, and hazardous spills. Participants learn how to communicate with emergency personnel, manage traffic during emergencies, and ensure the safety of all individuals in the area.

Regulatory Compliance and Certification

The program ensures that flaggers are fully aware of and comply with state and federal regulations regarding traffic control in construction zones. This includes understanding the guidelines set forth by the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and other relevant standards. Upon completing the training, participants receive certification that validates their ability to perform flagging duties safely and effectively.


What does the Flagger Training program cover?

The program covers traffic control fundamentals, safety procedures, emergency response, and regulatory compliance. It ensures that flaggers are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to manage traffic safely in construction zones.

Who should attend Flagger Training?

This training is essential for all personnel responsible for directing traffic in construction zones, including construction workers, maintenance crews, and other employees involved in roadwork projects.

How often should flaggers receive training?

Flaggers should receive initial training before starting their duties and refresher training periodically to stay updated on the latest safety practices and regulations. It is recommended to conduct refresher training at least once every three years or as required by state regulations.


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