Flagger Certification

This course provides flaggers with the basic knowledge, information and awareness to perform their jobs safely. After completing the course, students receive a wallet-size card certifying their training. The card is valid for three years.

Payment in full is required to receive flagging card.

Flaggers should be able to satisfactorily do all of the following:

Physical Requirements

Knowledge and Abilities

Other Requirements

The following community and technical colleges may offer open-enrollment flagger training.

Classes are usually part of continuing eductation, extended learning, or other non-credit programs.

Washington

This class prepares students to receive a Flagger Certification card, which is valid for 3 years in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. Students must be at least 18 years old and must bring a valid State I.D. Card or Drivers License to the class. There is an open book test at the end of class in which you must have a passing score of 80% in order to receive your certification.

Course Fee (payment in full is required to receive certification)

$77 for members, $85 for non-members. Costs includes all materials

Endorsed By

Endorsed by American Association of Safety Councils