FLG 521 - QUALIFIED FLAGGER TRAINING
This course is intended for individuals who will be performing or engaging in flagging duties on construction/maintenance projects. The course will provide a better understanding of the importance and duties involved with flagging on a project.
- COURSE CONTENT INCLUDES:
- Student participation using hands-on procedures for the flagger
- Overview of the flagger’s job
- Proper clothing – nighttime vs. daytime operations
- Tools to be used & proper use of tools (STOP, PROCEED & SLOW)
- Flagger stations & situations
- Single, double flaggers, and pilot vehicle operations
- Working with a red flag & flashlight traffic wand
- Flagging at intersections
- Proper flagger conduct
Upon successful course completion, students will receive a Qualified Flagger wallet card valid for a period of 3 years.
This course is recommended for any persons required to perform flagger duties and persons involved in the direct/indirect supervision of flaggers. Individuals interested in receiving training as an escort flagger in accordance with Texas law and Chapter 22 of the Basic Peace Officer Course can take this class to meet the new regulatory obligations.
UTA will contract with an organization to deliver a course at its location and at its convenience. Contract classes are best suited for organizations looking to train a minimum of 10 or more students. (Max class size of 20.) To get a quote on training, please email email@example.com or call 817-272-9632.
UT Arlington reserves the right to change or cancel any class. In the unfortunate event that a class must be changed or cancelled, you will be notified by phone and/or email. (Please provide us with the best way to contact you during the day.) The decision to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment will be made approximately one to two days prior to the class. In the event that a class for which you have registered is cancelled, you may choose another class or receive a refund in accordance with the UT Arlington-CE Refund Policy.
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