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square and shall be securely fastened to a staff that is approximately 36 in. Flags shall only be used until a paddle is available. The free edge of a flag should be weighted so the flag will hang vertically, even in heavy winds. When used at nighttime, flags shall be retroreflectorized red. When flagging in an emergency situation at night in a non-illuminated flagger station, a flagger may use a flashlight with a red glow cone to supplement the STOP/SLOW paddle or flag. When a flashlight is used for flagging in an emergency situation at night in a non-illuminated flagger station, the flagger shall hold the flashlight in the left hand, shall hold the paddle or flag in the right hand as shown in Fig.
616.5.7, and shall use the flashlight in the following manner to control approaching road users: A.
A series of eight or more small white or red lights no larger than 1/4 inch in diameter along the outer edge of the paddle, arranged in an octagonal pattern at the eight corners of the border of the STOP face; and/or a series of eight or more small white or yellow lights no larger than 1/4 inch in diameter along the outer edge of the paddle, arranged in a diamond pattern along the border of the SLOW face; or Standard.
If flashing lights are used on the STOP face of the paddle, their colors shall be all white or all red.
Except when performed under emergency conditions, workers engaged in flagging operations on the state highway system shall have successfully completed a recognized flagger training course.
For Mo DOT employees, this requires the successful completion of the of the Flagger Base Line with 3-2-1 Cone Procedure Training Course or an approved substitute.
If more than eight flashing lights are used, the lights shall be arranged so that they clearly convey the octagonal shape of the STOP face of the paddle and/or the diamond shape of the SLOW face of the paddle.For nighttime activities (nighttime work is defined as beginning one-half hour before sunset to one-half hour after sunrise) flaggers shall wear a high visibility/reflective hard hat, safety glasses, a Performance Class 3 top AND Class E bottoms, OR Performance Class 2 top AND Class E bottoms, and safety footwear.Hard hats shall be reflective or covered with a high visibility covering.You, the flagger, should stand either on the shoulder adjacent to the traffic being controlled or, in limited circumstances, in the barricaded lane.In rural areas, your position will normally be on the right shoulder of the roadway and in urban areas, on the right curb.