After completing this 4 hour course participants should be able to:
1. Describe when hand-signaling devices, such as Stop/Slow paddles, lights, and red flags, should be used for traffic control.
2. Identify and describe the purpose of the standard clothing used by flaggers for maximum visibility during the daytime and nighttime.
3. Describe the correct positioning of the flagger in work zones with straight, hilly, and/or curving roads.
4. Describe three good communication methods flaggers can use during two-person flagging operations.
5. Demonstrate the proper procedures for stopping, slowing, and releasing traffic.
6. Describe the purpose of a pilot car, and describe one situation that would require the use of a pilot car for traffic control.
7. List the personnel needed for flagging in several different kinds of work zones.