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Nebraska DOR Flagger Training Specifications

From Nebraska Department of Roads Standard Specifications for Highway Construction:
a. (1) It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor to furnish flagger(s) to direct traffic when construction activity occurs on or adjacent to a surface being used by the traveling public.
(2) Except when necessitated by an emergency situation or for situations not reasonably expected to last for more than 15 minutes, flagging shall not be performed by other than certified flaggers. Flaggers must always carry a valid Flagger Certification Card. Flagger Certification Cards shall be valid for a period of 2 years from date of issue.
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c. (1) The Contractor shall be responsible for the training and certification of the flaggers employed on the project. Certification shall be according to the standards established herein and the ‘Guidelines for Flagger Training and Certification of Flaggers’ available from the Department. Certification cards issued according to these rules by other Contractors, provided they have not expired, shall be considered valid.
(2) Flaggers shall be familiar with the contents of the Department’s ‘Flagger’s Handbook’ and shall carry a copy of such publication on their person while performing the flagger duties. This publication is available from the Engineer.
d. In order to be certified, the prospective flagger must:
(1) Be in good health with normal abilities of hearing and sight.
(2) Be able to read and speak English.
(3) View the 45-minute video ‘The Flagger.’
(4) Correctly answer 80 percent of the questions on an examination that accompanies the video.
e. Upon satisfactory completion of the training and examination procedure, the prospective flagger shall be issued a Flagger Certification Card by the examining Contractor. The flagger’s name, social security number, and test score shall be reported to the Construction Engineer on DR Form 90, ‘Flagger Certification Report’.
f. The video, examination forms, Flagger Certification Cards, Flagger Certification Reports, and ‘Guidelines for Flagger Training and Certification of Flaggers’ shall be furnished by the Department.”

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Nebraska Online Flagger Course

This is the Nebraska Online Flagger Course that is also accepted in many other states.
You may take the class on many devices so your PC, MAC, IPAD, and tablets should work. Please make sure to update your software before starting the class.
Take this class right now or at a later time if you wish. You can save money when you buy bulk classes to get the discounts, best of all the courses do not expire until you start taking the class.
The class is based on nationally accepted content so you get the standard training that all states use.

Course goals are to give the student the knowledge to:

State why proper flagging is important, and list the qualities of a good flagger.
Use the MUTCD and other books such as state DOT plans and other guides as they relate to flagging traffic.
Make sure temporary traffic control zones follow the basic plans as shown in the MUTCD.
Point out the temporary traffic control areas and know why each is important to safely control traffic.
Decide if signs and devices on a project meet the standards of the MUTCD.
List all necessary and proper flagging equipment.
Choose a proper place to stand so that you are in a safe place for flagging.

Teach the student to use tools of the trade:

Stop, slow, and release traffic using a stop paddle or how to control traffic using a flag if needed.
Spot different types of drivers and know how to deal with them.
Control traffic on a two-way road and how to use different methods to talk with other flaggers.
Setup and control traffic on haul roads or in other special flagging situations.
Know what to do when you have to setup and handle night flagging.
Talk with the public, supervisor, and co-workers.
In the end you will know enough to pass a two-part exam.

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Are there any trick questions?

No and the test is open book BUT you may want to practice the demonstration portion of the exam. At the end of the class you must demonstrate how to Stop, Slow, and Release traffic, this is 50% of your grade, if you fail this, you fail the class. It is not necessary to know the answers in the practice session before the class, the answers will be provided during the class.

You will have an opportunity to practice positioning the flagger again, after the course and right before the exam. You should focus on answering these correctly.

Make sure you have about 4-hours to complete the course and exam.

How long does it take to get my card?

You will be provided a temporary certification good for 30 days that can be printed or saved by you and your supervisor. We will print and mail your official wallet card within a few days. Now as for the USPS please allow up to 2 weeks for mail delivery.

How long does testing take?

Testing times can vary based on the individual’s familiarity with computers. For most students it will take between 3.5-4 hours.

What happens if I fail the class?

If the student fails the WRITTEN part of the test, there are no retakes. They will need to take the WHOLE COURSE again which includes buying another course.

If you fail the DEMONSTRATION part of the test, you should review and practice the demonstration and then select the Retake Demonstration button. Please slow down, be more careful, honestly it is not a trick question.

Important: During the DEMONSTRATION SECTION you can only make two mistakes and still pass. If you make a third mistake you fail and you will have to retake the DEMONSTRATION (not course) again. This section is graded like strikes in baseball, third strike you are out.