This course is required for those monitoring, controlling and directing traffic in and around maintenance and construction areas. It provides in-depth coverage of the skills and information needed to become a qualified traffic control flag person. Students spend both scheduled days gaining practical experience with a qualified instructor. Successful participants must pass a written exam and practical evaluation. Graduates earn proof of completion training documentation, and become part of a provincial database that documents trainers and Traffic Control Persons.
Successful completion of class participation and examination result in a British Columbia Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) certificate valid for three years.
Course Number: CETRAN 704
- Canadian Standard's Association (CSA) approved safety footwear (steel-toe boots) is required for the practical instruction.
- Participants are outside both days. Dress according to the weather.