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Flagging Training

The course will cover the fundamentals of silica and respirable crystalline silica, as well as the health hazards and risks associated with exposure. Topics such as personal protective equipment (PPE), engineering controls, and safe work practices will be discussed. This 2-hour awareness seminar on silica hazards is designed for those exposed during construction activities, such as cutting, sawing, and crushing materials. Exposure may also occur in operations processing large amounts of sand. Additionally, in accordance with OSHA 1926.1153, which has been in effect since September 23, 2017, the training will address the new permissible exposure limits, specific requirements for exposure controls, competent person, training, and recordkeeping. We have broken down these new regulations to ensure your protection and compliance.


$135 USD




THURSDAY 6:00P.M TO 10:15P.M



PRE REQUIREMENTS: No prerequisites required.

TARGET AUDIENCE: This 4-hour signaling training meets the requirements set by the New York State Department of Transportation and is intended for individuals in the state of New York involved in construction operations where there is a potential risk to workers and the public due to vehicles and equipment. The training must be conducted by recognized programs or individuals with current certification as flagging instructors.

Learning Outcome: Upon completing this course the student will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of flagging operations.
  • Describe the competencies required to be a flagger according to New York State (NYS) standards and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).
  • Apply the standard reference norms in relation to flagging operations.
  • Provide examples of common flagging practices for both daytime and nighttime operations.
  • Practice and demonstrate all flagger signals and procedures.
    • Attend 100% of the course.
    • Complete the Registration Form. Participation in all class exercises (as determined by the course instructor).
    • Completion of the post-quiz assessment required.
    • As applicable, achieve the minimum passing score on the required end-of-course exam.
    • Complete the end-of-course evaluation form.

    You must know: Students must complete the entire class session; otherwise, they will need to repeat the entire module and attend the full training course.

    Disclaimer: The instructor(s) at ONE Safety Training have no financial or non-financial interest, nor any personal bias related to any organization whose products or services are described, reviewed, assessed, or compared in the presentation.