Having trained over 20,000 people in the industry, I am familiar with requirements in all 50 states. As a Master instructor, I have hands-on experience with varying requirements nationwide. Let us find the right training for you!

I am approved with the Florida Department of Transportation (F-DOT) as a Maintenance of Traffic (MOT) provider. As an instructor, I am approved to teach the Advanced Course, Advanced Refresher Course, the Intermediate Course, and the Intermediate Refresher Course.

We offer a Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Course for cities and counties not under the F-DOT standards.


We teach both a Roadway Specific OSHA 10 hour course and a Roadway Specific OSHA 30 hour course. These courses cover the required curriculum from OSHA. In addition, both courses cover many Roadway specific topics with emphasis on:

  • Back overs
  • Caught Betweens
  • Struck by
  • Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)
  • Signs and Barricades
  • Channelizers
  • Tapers
  • High Visibility Safety Apparel (HVSA)
  • Flagging operations
  • Installation and Removal
  • TMA operations

Not only will you receive the appropriate level OSHA Roadway Specific Certification required by many jurisdictions, but you will also receive Flagger Training, which meets the requirements for your jurisdiction (ATSSA upon request), plus a Global Harmonization System Training Certificate. Three required training certifications bundled in to one course!

Our OSHA training is provided in conjunction with Robert M. Kellogg, MS, CSP, CHST, CSM, CSST, Safety Consulting & Training Services, LLC.

Flagger Training

  • State Specific
  • Combination (ATSSA + State Specific)

The training we provide is based on the State’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) where applicable, State Standard Drawing, State Specifications for Road and Bridge, Qualified Products List and other state documents as applicable.

Some states have a supplemental Document in addition to the Federal. The States are given two years from final date of adoption of the latest MUTCD into the Code Of Federal Regulation. Once adopted, all states have two years to:

  • Adopt the Federal as it stands
  • Adopt the federal document with a State supplement
  • Create a State Specific MUTCD, which is applicable to all jurisdictions in that State.

Here is a map depicting State-by-State information on MUTCD.