Company Name __________________________ Job Name __________________________ Date_________________
Work Zone Traffic Control
Safety Recommendations:________________________________________________________________________________
Job Specific Topics:_____________________________________________________________________________________
M.S.D.S Reviewed:_____________________________________________________________________________________
Attended By:
Flagging operations are critical to moving traffic safely and expeditiously through or around road construction work areas.  Flaggers are provided at work sites to stop traffic intermittently as necessitated by work in progress or to maintain continuous traffic past a work site at reduced speeds to help protect the work crew.

The following  includes some of the basic flagging operations to be followed on the job site.

Stop/Slow paddle used as primary device    Yes/No

Paddles are 8-sided, 18 inches minimum (24 inches for high speeds)    Yes/No

Minimum 5 foot staff length, 6 foot preferred    Yes/No

Flags ok for emergencies/special situations    Yes/No

Flags are 24 inches, red color, solid material    Yes/No

Flagger procedure per MUTCD, strictly followed    Yes/No

All flaggers trained    Yes/No

Flaggers wear good quality orange vest, orange hard hat reflectorized at night    Yes/No

Flagger station isolated from operation, other workers    Yes/No

Good sight distance to flagger station    Yes/No

Flagger has adequate escape path    Yes/No

Flagger positioned at edgeline as traffic approaches    Yes/No

Flagger maintains eye contact until vehicle stopped    Yes/No

Periodic relief provided to all flaggers    Yes/No

Flagger sign in advance of full time flaggers    Yes/No

Flagger sign removed promptly when not needed    Yes/No

Distance from sign to flagger kept current    Yes/No

Other warning signs provided per MUTCD    Yes/No

Supplemental signs/devises to slow traffic on high-speed roads prior to flagger    Yes/No

Flagger station lighted at night (lighted wand and flares for emergencies)    Yes/No