Standardized Traffic Control Person (TCP/Flagger) Re-certification
A Flagger, or a Traffic Control Person (TCP), is responsible to provide safe traffic control for motorists, pedestrians and workers. ProSafe offers the official certification program set by the BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA). The BCCSA’s course for TCPs consists of classroom & practical training and is the only program accepted by WorkSafeBC under Section 18 of the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation for high-risk traffic control.
TCP Requalification Course:
As of January 1, 2019, the new 1-day ( 8:00 to 4:30) TCP Requalification course is required in order to renew TCP certification. The course is all classroom learning (no road work), and does include a written test. The only alternative to taking the 1-day requalification course is to retake the 2-day TCP course in its entirety.
- You are eligible to requalify 6 months (180) days prior to your current expiration date
- You have 12 months after your current certification expires to complete a requalification course, however you cannot work as a TCP while your certificate is expired
- You have a valid Authorization Code available from BCCSA website https://www.bccsa.ca/Requalification.html
What to Bring:
- photo identification
- pen and highlighter
- authorization code from BCCSA
The course fee is $150+GST