Flaggers shall use a STOP/SLOW paddle, a flag, or an Automated Flagger Assistance Device (AFAD) to control road users approaching a TTC zone. Refer to the MUTCD for more information.
- The STOP/SLOW paddle shall have an octagonal shape on a rigid handle.
- STOP/SLOW paddles shall be at least 18 inches wide with 6 inches letters.
- When used at night, the STOP/SLOW paddle shall be retroreflectorized.
- Custom Hand Paddles available by purchasing individual components of your choice.
- Paddles are universally punched to accept all handle types from Custom Products.
- Use STOP/STOP Hand Paddles in School Zones
- Use STOP/SLOW Hand Paddles at Events, for Incident Management, or in Construction Work Zones.