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ATSSA Flagger Certification

When: Mar 25, 2024

8:00 to 12:00

Cost:

$65

Instructor

Clint Morton

Location(s)

Vernal

City Hall
374 E Main
Vernal, UT 87078

9 spot(s) still available.

Course Description

This course is recognized by the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) in fulfilling their requirements for various levels of traffic control training for local agencies.

This state-specific flagger training is recommended for all roadway workers, contractors, law enforcement and supervisors. This is a basic course that prepares each worker to handle the responsibilities associated with Utah highway flagger responsibilities as outlined in Part 6 of the MUTCD.

In the course, each worker will be required to take a short exam and demonstrate their understanding of the rules covering a flagger through a mockup of a traffic control situation.

ATSSA Certification card will be issued to those who pass the exam.  Certification is good for 3 yearsMust be l8 years of age or older.

As a certified flagger you are certified to help control the movement of motor vehicles through an active work zone. This certification only allows the certified person to perform the duties of a flagger and control traffic in a work zone. This training does not certify the person to set up any traffic control. Utah requires a State Specific course. This certification is valid for three (3) years and must be renewed at a training every three years.

Flagger Resources

Professional CEUs

This course counts as 4 Utah DOPL-approved CEUs for licensed Contractors. (Additional fee applies.)

Registration Notes

Notification of cancelation must be received prior to registration deadline. Substitutions may be made at any time. A $25 administrative fee may be retained for late cancelations or no-shows. Please notify us of any changes. .

NOTE:  Registrations for unaffiliated, private individuals, are not finalized until payment has been received.

Road Scholar

This course fulfills a Level 1 requirement for the Road Scholar program.