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What is a Traffic Control Person?

A Traffic Control Person(s) (TCP) directs traffic for a road construction crew's. TCP's hold a STOP/SLOW paddle which they use to help indicate to motorists to slow down, stop and pass through the work zone. TCP's often work in conjunction with other flaggers, with each standing at opposite ends of the construction area and coordinating traffic flow via communication, either via two-way radio or hand signals. At times, they will use the assistance of orange barrels, cones, vehicle placement, and other devices which they position alongside the roadway.

A TCP is also known as a Flagger or Flag Person. A Serinor TCP that operates a Lane Closure vehicles is often called a Lane Technician or Lane Tech.

A TCP has the charge to protect the lives of our customers, motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists and themselves on the roadway.

BCRS Road Safe specialists are the industry standard in safer roadways.

If you are a BCCSA Certified Traffic Control Person and interested in joining our team, please apply by addressing all correspondence, including a detailed resume and cover letter to:


BCRS Road Safe, inc.
544 - 7184 120th Street
Surrey, British Columbia
V3W 0M6
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Note: Send resume in MS Word or PDF format

Non-Certified Traffic Control Persons must become a certified BCCSA Traffic Control Person before application.

In addition to providing superior benefits and programs, we accomplish by encouraging our employees to enhance their knowledge and skills and by rewarding individuals for proven ability, ambition, and drive.


Primary Job Duties

  • Maintain a consistent and unrelenting focus on safety throughout all job functions.
  • Manage day to day work zone set up, maintenance and tear down meeting or exceeding customer, state and company expectations
  • Lift, carry and place traffic cones to ensure the safety of the work zone. Lifting may be up to 50 lbs.
  • Lift, carry, place and assemble traffic control signs in the proper order to manage work zone traffic.
  • Follow company and provincial guidelines for effective, safe well managed work zones.
  • Drive Company trucks as needed.
  • Keep equipment in trucks well organized and in working order.
  • Develop superior knowledge of Work Zone Setup and Design and Professional Flagging responsibilities.
  • Provide the highest level of customer service to all customers. This includes on-time arrival and well managed work zones
  • Other duties not listed may apply.





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