Answers to the most common questions:
The ATSSA wallet card we issue
is identical to every other ATSSA flagger card,
even those issued by in-person instructors.
State-specific courses are offered mainly due to a state required expiration date.
Most state DOTs accept flagger certifications issued in any other state.
At this time, MD, WA, ID, OR, MT are the only state we are aware of that
do not allow you to work using a card issued from another state.
We have many people that take one class for their home state but actually work
nationwide in every state for the DOTs, Railroads, Pipelines, Power Companies, etc.
2 Year States
3 Year States
Pennsylvania, South Carolina
South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas
Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
4 Year States
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California
Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii
Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland
Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri
Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey
New Mexico, New York, North Carolina
North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Washington DC
If you are working on state-funded projects exclusively, please note:
The ATSSA Online Flagger Course is not accepted on state-funded projects in the following states:
CA, FL, GA, IA, ID, IL, MA, MN, MS, MT, NC*, NE, NJ, NV, OR, RI, SC, SD, TX, UT, VA & WA.
*Online flagger training is accepted in NC for re-certification, only.
Our training program is accepted by all other states, and the flagger certification card is the same ATSSA flagger card issued by all other instructors.