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APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT
A FLAGGER IS PARTLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE SAFETY OF WHO?
Himself and partner
All the above
WHAT ARE THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR A FLAGGER?
18 years old and have a driver’s license.
The ability to utilize traffic control devices and give clear guidance to motorists.
Punctual and aways get their timesheet on time.
Available to work 40 hours a week.
WHAT IS THE PRIMARY TOOL TO SIGNAL MOTORISTS?
Do not signal them, they will figure it out.
FLAGGING PERSONAL PROTECTIVE VESTS CAN BE YELLOW, GREEN, ORANGE, OR A FLUORESCENT VERSION OF THESE COLORS?
A FLAGGER STOP/SLOW PADDLE MUST BE EIGHT SIDED AND NOT ROUND?
WHEN WORKING AT NIGHT AS A FLAGGER, YOUR VEST MUST AND ALL SIGNALING DEVICE NEED TO BE RETROREFLECTIVE?
IF THERE IS NO TRAFFIC APPROACHING EITHER WAY, YOU MAY GO TAKE A QUICK BREAK OR SIT ON THE GUARD RAIL TO REST YOUR LEGS?
IF THE ROAD SET UP ALLOWS: FLAGGERS CAN COMMUNICATE WITH HANDS AND/OR YELLING TO EACH OTHER?
IF A FLAGGER IS CONFUSED OR IN DOUBT AT ANY TIME WHILE IN THE ROADWAY, THEY SHOULD?
Send traffic and radio their partner.
Stop traffic and radio their partner.
Call the office and ask them.
Do not do anything.
Let your partner figure it out.
FLAGGING OPERATIONS SHOULD TAKE PLACE ON A JOB SITE WHEN?
As soon as the crew gets there.
When proper warning signs are set up and all flaggers are in full uniform.
Until it gets bright enough for the motorist can see you.
None of the above
HOW WIDE IS A PROPER SIZE STOP/SLOW PADDLE?
WHAT IS THE PROPER POSITION OF THE TWO FLAGGERS ON EACH END OF A 2-LANE ROAD?
One flagger in front of equipment, one flagger behind equipment
Diagonally across from each other on opposite sides of the road
Take turns. One in the roadway at a time
Ask the supervisor
FLAGGER WEARING PROPER CLOTHING FOR DETAIL CAN STILL BLEND IN WITH THEIR SURROUNDINGS.
IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO HAVE A PLANNED ESCAPE ROUTE WHEN YOU ARE NOT IN A BUSY AREA?
IF THE CREW ASKS YOU TO MOVE ONE OF THEIR VEHICLES, YOU SHOULD?
Help them out and move it
Only move it if its less than a mile
Politely decline and tell them that you are not permitted too
Only if the client is by himself and does not have a partner
A FLAGGER SHOULD NEVER?
Stop traffic for any reason.
Use their radio unless it is an emergency
Bring their lunch with them
Turn their back on oncoming traffic
IN A SINGLE FLAGGER OPERATION, THE FLAGGER SHOULD BE POSITIONED.
In the front of equipment
In the back of equipment
Across the road from equipment
Where the supervisor tells them to be
IF A MOTORIST FAILS TO FOLLOW YOUR INSTRUCTIONS, YOU SHOULD?
Raise your voice to them so they know you are serious
Run after the vehicle and keep yelling so they hear you
Radio your partner and tell them
Call the police
AT THE END OF THE DAY, YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE A SIGNATURE ON YOUR TIMESHEET.
IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO CHECK YOUR SCHEDULE EVERY DAY AFTER 4PMON YOUR MOBILE APP TO SEE IF YOU’RE WORKING THE NEXT DAY?
TIMES ARE DUE DAILY?
Only if you get a signature
THE TWO-WAY RADIOS ARE TO BE USED:
To keep each other company during slow times
To listen to music while flagging
For short, concise conversation that pertains only to the flagging detail
All of the above
WHO DO YOU CONTACT REGARDING ANY PAYROLL QUESTIONS?
WHO GETS THE WHITE COPY OF YOUR TIME SHEET?
The Scheduling Manager
WHO KEEPS THE YELLOW COPY OF YOUR TIMESHEET?
The Scheduling Manager
HOW SHOULD TIMESHEETS BE SUBMITTED TO THE OFFICE?
You need to deliver it to the office daily
YOU ARE SICK AND CAN’T MAKE IT IN TO WORK, WHEN DO YOU TEXT THE SCHEDULING MANAGER?
As soon as you know regardless of time
Any time before your start time
Don’t text him, call the office.
IF YOU FORGET A PIECE OF YOUR EQUIPMENT AT HOME, YOU SHOULD?
Call the office immediately
Tell the foreman and go home to get it
Don’t do anything. It’s just one piece. Bring it tomorrow
IF AN EMERGENCY VEHICLE IS COMING TOWARDS A WORK ZONE WITH ITS LIGHTS AND SIREN GOING, YOU SHOULD?
Stop your traffic, radio your partner to stop their traffic, and let the emergency vehicle pass the job site.
Radio your partner and have them keep their traffic flowing
Do nothing. The emergency vehicle can go through the next cycle
Just stop your side. No need to radio your partner
IT IS COMPLETELY FINE TO LEAVE YOUR STOP/SLOW PADDLE IN A TRAFFIC CONE IF YOU DON’T WANT TO HOLD IT.
Only if it is quick
If your partner kno