A Northwest Leader in Traffic Control Safety Equipment, Sales & Rentals

Operations in Oregon and Washington

 
Flagging Certification Classes & Employment Information

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Work Zone Protection

Offering a complete line of traffic control signs, barricades, and other devices

Safety Equipment

Type I, II and III barricades, Traffic Cones, Traffic Drums, Tubular Markers

Traffic Flow

Sequential Arrow Boards, Portable Traffic Signal, Portable Traffic Lights

Traffic Warnings

Electronic traffic control devices like Variable Message Boards, Changeable Message Boards

Traffic Control

Offering a complete line of traffic control signs, barricades, and other devices

Safety Equipment

Personal Safety Equipment, Gear, Paddle Signs and Flagging Supplies

Project Planning

Highway Specialties has engaged in effective work zone traffic management since 1996.

Traffic Warnings

Electronic traffic control devices like Variable Message Boards, Changeable Message Boards

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About Flagging Certification Classes

Flagger Certification Requirements

To be a flagger on a state highway Flaggers must have been trained and have been issued an Oregon Certified Flagger card. Through an interstate reciprocity agreement, you may also flag on Oregon State highways if you possess a valid Certified Flagger card from the state transportation departments of Montana, Washington or Idaho. The card is valid for three years from the date issued.

Flagging Certifications Classes- Earn your flagging certification and sign up for flagging classes with the Oregon Contractors Association today.

Employment Information

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