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What documents must I submit for an Oregon Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) certification?

To receive your Oregon Traffic Control Supervisor (TCS) certification, you must submit verification of 2000 hours of work zone experience.

Documentation must be submitted in the form of 2 signed letters (or 1 letter with 2 signatures).

Who can submit the letter(s)? Letter(s) may be submitted by anyone who can verify the knowledge and experience of the TCS candidate, including employers (past and/or present), subcontractors, DOT Inspectors, or other Traffic Control Supervisors.

What must the letter(s) include? The letter(s) must include:

  • A brief history of the candidate’s work experience (see below for acceptable work zone experience)
  • Project(s) they have worked on
  • Approximate number of cumulative hours of work as a Flagger/work zone Worker

What format must the letter(s) be in? The letter(s) must:

  • be typed on company letterhead. (If letterhead is not available, an attached company business card is acceptable.)
  • provide the contact information for the authors.

The required 2000 hours of work zone experience may include work in the following areas:

  • Experience as a construction inspector, including inspection of traffic control
  • Traffic control work on a survey crew
  • Designing or reviewing traffic control plans
  • Other specific traffic control experience (set-up and take-down)
  • Flagging experience

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