For nearly 50 years, ATSSA trained and certified workers have stepped into the work zone confident in their ability to stay safe. ATSSA’s diverse, wide range of roadway worker safety training and courses can be custom tailored to fit your company’s demanding, ever-changing needs. Insist on the best roadway safety training available. Insist on ATSSA training. 

Learn how to be a safe and effective flagger with ATSSA's flagger training courses. Understand why proper flagger operations are important and learn the standard skillset of a good flagger. Apply and identify standard flagger control references and learn standard flagger practices for various situations. Online, Spanish, and in-person classes are available.

Find scheduled courses in your state or select the course you’re interested in for a list of available classes in the U.S.


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As a trusted partner, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has awarded ATSSA multi-year grants in 2006, 2011, 2013, and 2016 to provide roadway safety training nationwide for workers and others who make their livelihood on America's roadways. Since 2006, approximately 80,000 workers have been trained in a variety of ATSSA roadway safety training courses at an extremely low cost and have also been given access to a wide range of invaluable and informative products at no cost.

ATSSA has developed a program that enables organizations to deliver high quality training at their own sites, and on their own schedules and with a low cost structure. This program ensures the continuity of standardized training in which we take great pride and one in which you can place your full confidence.

Gain a competitive edge by becoming ATSSA certified. After completing one of our high-level safety training courses, take the next step in your career by adding an ATSSA certification designation.

Find the training requirements for your state in our state requirements listings. 

ATSSA provides education and instruction to new and existing flagger instructors who teach flagger skills and facilitate learning experiences. Flagger instructors are certified and demonstrate core competencies appropriate to flagger and work zone environments.


The training & certification database is a centralized resource to find qualified road workers and verify training certifications. ATSSA has trained more than 300,000 professionals in the road safety industry, and more than 10,000 have received ATSSA certification.

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Coming in early 2020, ATSSA will be offering an online version of our training course specifically for utility operations temporary traffic control. This information-packed course follows Part 6 of the MUTCD and can be completed in 4 hours.



Available summer 2019, ATSSA offers the only training designed to meet the retroreflectivity inspection standard set forth in MUTCD Section 2A.08. This online course is a minimum 3-module curriculum that sign inspectors can complete in less than 2 hours.