Flagger Certification Training
The flagger’s role is to protect project personnel and provide safe, courteous, and authoritative directions to traffic seeking passage through the work area. This course will teach students standard flagger control references, proper flagging signals procedures, and standard flagger practices for various situations. Upon successful completion of the course, students will receive an ATSSA Flagger Certification card.
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*Classroom training provided by Certified ATSSA Flagger Instructors.
**The ATSSA Online Flagger Certification Training course is not accepted on state projects in the following states: CA, CO, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, MN, MS, MT, NC***, NE, NJ, NV, OR, RI, SC, SD, TN***, TX, UT, VA & WA. For more information, please visit the ATSSA Online Flagger page or contact ATSSA for Flagger Training classes scheduled near you.
***The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is accepting ATSSA’s MA-specific Online Flagger Certification Training. Students must provide verification of First Aid or CPR training as a prerequisite to taking the online flagger course. To take ATSSA’s MA-specific online flagger course, call 540-368-1701 or email email@example.com and have your CPR/First Aid number/code ready. An ATSSA team member will verify your number at CPRVerify.org, then register you for the course.
***NC - Online flagger training is accepted in NC for recertification only.
***TN - The Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) is now accepting ATSSA's Online Flagger Training through Dec. 31, 2021. Read the TDOT Memo.
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