NSC Work Zone Flagger Training

Temporary Traffic Control

NSC, the leader in roadway safety training, has trained over 80 million drivers in defensive driving courses. The NSC Work Zone Flagger program is an introductory course that teaches roadway personnel to provide safe passage of traffic through and around temporary traffic control work zones.

Benefits of the new 4th Edition NSC Work Zone Flagger Program
4-hour course tailored to state-specific criteriaOutdoor activity that simulates real flagging scenariosLearn key flagging objectives to do your job safelyDeveloped by highly experienced work zone safety experts

This course is essential for work zone workers required to conduct flagging operations as part of their job. Experienced flaggers can also attend this course as a refresher. Participants will learn flagging procedures, do’s and don’ts for flaggers, and how to keep workers safe.

How to Take the NSC Work Zone Flagger Course

● Through an NSC Chapter: Learn more about which Chapters host Work Zone trainings
● Onsite at your location: Contact NSC to request an NSC authorized instructor
● Onsite at an NSC location: Contact NSC to learn more
● Train a staff member to become an authorized instructor. Contact NSC to learn more.

Learn more about registering for the NSC Work Zone Flagger course.

More NSC Courses

Interested in other Temporary Traffic Control Work Zone Programs? NSC also offers Work Zone Technician and Work Zone Supervisor courses.

NSC has multiple world-class safety training programs and an extensive membership program to help companies promote a safety-first culture. NSC founded the nation’s first Defensive Driving Courses and has since trained over 80 million drivers. Learn about NSC Classroom Defensive Driving Courses and NSC Online Defensive Driving Courses.

NSC also offers 15-minute modules that focus on critical driver safety techniques around issues like speed, following distance and aggressive driving.

Most states have stiff penalties for traffic violations in a work zone, but the injury and death tolls still are too high. Learn more about Temporary Traffic Control Work Zone injury data and statistics from NSC Injury Facts.

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