UDOT Flagger

April 01, 2019

This state-specific flagger training is recommended for all roadway workers, contractors, law enforcement and supervisors. This is a basic course that prepares each worker to handle the responsibilities associated with Utah highway flagger responsibilities.

In the course, each worker will be required to take a short exam and demonstrate their understanding of the rules covering a flagger through a mockup of a traffic control situation.

UDOT Flagger Certification card will be issued to those who pass the exam. Certification is good for 3 years.

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