Flagger Certification


Flagger Certification Training

Advanced Safety & Health’s is a recognized training center and provider of the National Safety Council Flagger training course for Kentucky.


Course Information:

The flagger course is a combination of lectures, visual presentations, and outdoor exercises lasting approximately four hours. This program follows the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Guidelines and the ANSI Standard ISEA-107-1999.


Course Objectives:

    • Recognize the need to use specific equipment when performing flagging duties.
    • Correctly execute the basic Stop/Proceed/Slow directions.
    • Set up a flagger station in such a way as to maximize personal safety and the safety of the crew and road users.
    • Perform emergency flagging.



Contact us at (502) 240-6910 to discuss scheduling a class for your company at a time and place that suits your needs.


Note: While this program meets Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) requirements, it may not be approved in some states due to state Department of Transportation requirements. This program does meet Kentucky Department of Transportation requirements for flaggers.