Flagger in California

    Flagger in California

    Course Overview

    This certificate-level California-specific Flagger online safety course focuses on the specialized job function of flagging. Every day in California, construction projects require the use of flaggers to assist the motoring public in getting through construction zones safely and efficiently. This Flagger in California course will review all of the pertinent information and Cal/OSHA regulations related to flagging. Insufficient training can be costly to an employer, as in California the city fine for flagging without proper training is more than $600.

    Note: A practical demonstration of Flagger skills is also required.

    Intended Audience

    This online California-specific Flagger safety course is designed for individuals who wish to obtain initial California Flagger training. This course is also suitable for anyone needing a refresher course.

    • Flaggers in California

    Learning Objectives

    This Flagger in California online safety course will identify the tools of a Flagger in routine and emergency situations. This course outlines how a Flagger station is set up in both single and two-person flagging situations. This training will also identify work zone elements, and how flaggers are vital to the work and safety of all who work in a particular zone. Cal/OSHA requires that flaggers and supervisors follow regulatory guidance documents, and these requirements are provided in this course.

    Course Topics

    • California Flagger Training
    • Cal/OSHA
    • Flagger Overview
    • Flagger Stations
    • Flagger Techniques
    • Methods of Traffic Control

    INDUSTRY TERMS

    • OSHA
    • California Code of Regulations Paragraph 1599 (f)
    • California Flagger Training

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s California-specific Flagger online course follows Cal/OSHA’s regulations in providing practical tips on flagging, and also in keeping safety the number one priority. By taking this course and completing it successfully, you will:

    • Know how to use stop/slow paddles and flags
    • Use the universal hand signals for telling drivers to stop or proceed slowly through the work zone
    • Learn how to deal with hostile drivers
    • Be prepared for handling emergency vehicles passing through a work zone
    • Demonstrate Flagger skills

    2185 N. California Blvd, Suite 425, Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080