Special Message about Flagger training (updated 3/25/2020):
Although UNH T2 in-person workshops are currently on hold as a result of the COVID-19 situation, the safety and well-being of everyone in public works remains our priority. We understand you may need to access Flagger training immediately, and are providing the below list of online training webinars and resources for your convenience. Most of these are free for local road agency access! Note that except for the ATSSA course, these are not “certification” courses, and we appreciate that there is value in attending an in-person training. However, we are available remotely and happy to connect with individuals, teams, or public works colleagues through the phone, Zoom, or other methods to share learning, training, or other technical assistance. Please let us know how we can help!
We look forward to being back in the classroom with you as quickly as possible but hope that you will take advantage of these learning opportunities in the meanwhile to support your team’s safety and professional development. Please also reach out if you have any trouble accessing the free online learning from these sources, and we’ll be happy to help you.
TC3 Learning Modules (no cost):
National Highway Institute (no cost):
ATSSA Flagger Certification (for fee):
1. ATSSA online
TC3 Flagger Job Aids (no cost):
2. Work zone Flagger Training TC3 Just-In-Time video
Why consider ATSSA Flagger Certification?
NHDOT 2016 Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construction Section 618 3.3 states “Flaggers. All flagging personnel shall be trained by a designated trainer at least once every four years. The course shall cover the topics outlined under 3.2.1. Each flagger shall receive from the designated trainer, a card or certificate that provides the date of training and the designated trainer’s name. Upon request by the Engineer, the Contractor and its Subcontractors shall provide verification of training within 48 hours. Any flagger who is trained by a designated trainer and changes employer, must be retrained by the new employer. Flaggers may elect to take a designated trainer course to meet the training requirements in this section, which would not expire with a change of employers.”
- Certification process is intended for those who are being certified for the first time, or whose certification expired due to non-renewal within four years of the original issue date
- To pursue ATSSA Flagger Certification through T2, you must:
- Attend T2's ATSSA Flagger Training workshop, and
- Completely fill out the contact information on the exam cover, and
- Successfully pass the exams administered at the workshop
- Your ATSSA certification card will be mailed to you, which is valid for up to four (4) years.
- The recertification process is intended for those whose certification is through ATSSA and has not expired within 6 months prior to taking the renewal training.
- To remain certified, ATSSA requires recertification every four (4) years, you must:
- Attend a Flagger Renewal (ATSSA) course, offered by T2 and pass the written exam
- Complete ATSSA's recertification request form AND an ATSSA online exam