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What are IMSA Certifications ?

IMSA Certification Programs are primarily concerned with the evaluation of expertise. However, IMSA realizes that not all agencies have access to standardized training materials and offers Certification Review Programs for many of its examinations. These Review Programs are not intended to teach an individual all that he/she needs to know in order to pass a particular examination. They are intended to present the fundamentals and an overview of subjects that participants should already be familiar with.

Why is IMSA Certification important ?

Penn Dot Publication 191 States

2.6 TRAINING As indicated in Exhibit 2.3, all traffic signal technicians should receive training and certification by the International Municipal Signal Association (IMSA). This is true whether the technicians are municipal employees or contractor employees. Traffic signal technicians should also be familiar with work zone traffic control requirements as defined in Publication 213 (Temporary Traffic Control Guidelines). Can be found on page 25 of Pub 191.

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Penn Dot Pub 408 states, All flaggers at a minimum shall have training as per the most current version of Publication 408, Section 901.3(y), Flagger Training.

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Veterans can receive reimbursment of IMSA certifications

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International Municipal Signal Association

Since its origin in 1896, IMSA has grown in size, stature and prestige. Today, the Association has members in all areas of the United States, in many areas of Canada, and in many of the free countries of the world. Through its many years of continuous dedication of effort in improving and advancing all aspects of public-safety, IMSA has gained recognition and influence with local, professional organizations. Membership is comprised of persons employed by governmental organizations (city, county, state, federal, province, etc.) and private corporations who are interested in promoting Public Safety in the most economical manner. The IMSA objectives are to improve the efficiency, installation, construction, and maintenance of Public Safety equipment and systems by increasing the knowledge of its members on traffic controls, fire alarms, radio communications, roadway lighting, work zone traffic control, emergency medical services and other related systems..