Traffic Control Supervisor Certification

The Requirements

The requirements listed below must be met before a Traffic Control Supervisor Certification card can be issued:

Letters can be submitted by any of the following who can verify the knowledge and experience of the TCS candidate:

These letters should include:

Letter format:

*Note: Any of the letters provided may be submitted to the state upon request.

Submit required paperwork to:

Evergreen Safety Council
12545 135th Ave. NE
Kirkland, WA 98034
Fax: 425.814.3930
Email: flagger@esc.org

Be aware that the Evergreen Safety Council cannot issue your TCS card or certificate until we have received all required information as outlined above.

Idaho

Idaho State Traffic Control Supervisor Certification & Recertification:

The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) and an increasing number of other Public Works/Street and Highway Departments are requiring a certified Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) for road construction and maintenance projects. The Evergreen Safety Council (ESC) is approved by ITD and the State Traffic Control Oversight Committee to present this program. The program is comprised of materials developed by the Federal Highway Administration, ITD and ESC.

To qualify for certification you must meet the requirements listed above.

Course Description

This 2-day certification course includes presentations, exercises, and references to Federal and State highway construction and Traffic Control standards. Participants receive a comprehensive reference manual and other reference materials to assist with on-the-job practical issues and performance standards. Once successfully completed, certification is valid for 4 years.

Renewing the certification is accomplished by attending and successfully completing a 1-day Idaho Traffic Control Supervisor Recertification class.

Note: If your TCS card expires, you have six months to take the one-day recertification. However, you cannot work as a certified TCS if your card is expired.

Oregon

Oregon State Traffic Control Supervisor Certification:

This 3-day certification course includes presentations, exercises, videos, and references to Federal and State highway construction and Traffic Control standards. Participants receive a comprehensive reference manual and other reference materials to assist with on-the-job practical issues and performance standards. Once successfully completed, certification is valid for 3 years. Students will also receive an Oregon State Flagger Card.

Note: you are responsible for maintaining your own Flagger Certification once issued, it is not included with TCS recertification.

For recertification:

Renewing the certification is accomplished by attending and successfully completing a 1-day Oregon Traffic Control Supervisor Recertification class.

To Qualify for the Traffic Control Supervisor Recertification Course you must submit the following information to Evergreen Safety Council:

Note: If your TCS card expires, you have sixty days to take the one-day recertification. However, you cannot work as a certified TCS if your card is expired.

Do you want an Oregon certification but are certified by ATSSA, Washington State or Idaho State?

If you have a current TCS card from ATSSA, WA or ID and would like to get certified in Oregon, you can take the 1-day Oregon TCS recertification class. You must provide us with a copy of your TCS certification (it cannot be expired) and a copy of your current State approved flagger card (Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington).

“Great course and content, it will greatly enhance my ability to perform the functions I am assigned on the job.”
–James Mills, OBEC May 2012 ODOT Traffic Control Supervisor Course

Washington

Washington State Traffic Control Supervisor Certification:

This 3-day certification course includes presentations, exercises, and references to Federal and State highway construction and Traffic Control standards. Participants receive a comprehensive reference manual and other reference materials to assist with on-the-job practical issues and performance standards. Once successfully completed, certification is valid for 4 years.

Recertification:

Renewing the certification is accomplished by attending and successfully completing a 1-day Washington Traffic Control Supervisor Recertification class. Only individuals with a Washington State TCS card issued by ATSSA, Evergreen Safety Council (ESC) or the Northwest Laborers Employees Training Trust (NWLETT) are eligible to attend this 1-day class.

To Qualify and attend the Traffic Control Supervisor Recertification Course you must submit the following information to Evergreen:

Note: If your TCS card expires, you have six months to take the one-day recertification. However, you cannot work as a certified TCS if your card is expired.