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3 NATIONAL TRAFFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT (TIM) RESPONDER TRAINING PROGRAM LAW ENFORCEMENT FIRE EMS TRANSPORTATION TOWING & RECOVERY COMMUNICATIONS TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT MAY 19, 2015 SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 4H-2

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6 Lesson 1 Strategic Highway Research Program 2 (SHRP 2) Congress authorized SHRP 2 in 2005 to investigate the underlying causes of highway crashes and congestion in a short-term program of focused research Safety Reliability Renewal Capacity 4H-5

7 ,131 1,322 7, TIM Training Program Implementation Progress Total Trained - As of May 4, 2015 Canada: 8 1, , ,650 1,119 2,762 1, , , ,738 11,007 4,757 3, , ,541 8,273 1,604 1,756 3,049 3,086 1, ,623 2,408 1,487 3, ,045 2,334 2,885 Mexico: ,530 Total Trained

8 SIP 15 Goal: Train 10% of All Responders By 05/31/15 4.9% (6,149) 5.2% (3,270) 10.5% (71,223) 3.5% (20,777) 8.1% (26,350) 9.1% (14,595) 3.6% (11,781) 7.2% (7,831) 16.0% (22,500) 11.1% (17,520) 26.4% (3,770) 7.7% (19,894) 2.5% (9,932) 2.2% (3,993) 0.7% (4,930) 21.9% (17,100) 3.7% (78,309) 18.2% (13,245) 9.8% (31,000) 10.2% (27,081) 1.5% (10,627) 5.5% 3.3% (8,683) 16.4% (2,796) 7.2% (77,000) 29.6% 6.8% (37,126) 4.4% 15.6% 3.7% (40,517) 3.3% (61,105) 6.9% (57,367) 11.6% (13,180) 6.0% (7,510) 15.1% (31,513) 9.3% (12,079) 19.8% (4,080) 3.8% (7,929) (54,699) (30,546) 6.9% (13,830) (53,082) (23,218) 30.2% (6,534) 20.5% (11,394) 2.6% (54,443) 10.2% (5,924) 9.2% Percent Trained (1,087,557) Total Responders To Be Trained % Trained % Trained 10+% Trained

9 Lesson 1 National TIM Responder Training Designed to meet the National Unified Goal (NUG): Responder Safety Safe, Quick Clearance Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications 4H-8

10 Lesson 1 Injury Crashes Each injury crash can require 2 Law Enforcement 4 Fire/Rescue 2 EMS 1 Towing & Recovery = 9 Responders 4H-9

11 Lesson 1 Injury Crashes That s potentially 27 responders rolling out to a new injury crash every minute of every hour, 24/7/365 4H-10

12 Lesson 1 D Drivers D Drivers are killing us Drunk, Drugged, Drowsy, Distracted, or Just plain Dumb 4H-11

13 Lesson 1 Responder Struck-By Fatalities In a typical year, the following number of responders are struck and killed: 12 Law Enforcement Officers 5 Fire and Rescue Personnel 60 Towing and Recovery Professionals Several transportation professionals from DOTs, Public Works, and Safety Service Patrol Programs 4H-12

14 Lesson 1 Avoiding Struck-By Incidents 1-14

15 Lesson 1 Secondary Crashes Fatal crash on I-70 underscores backup risks The Columbus Dispatch 4H-15

16 Lesson 1 TIM Defined Traffic Incident Management is: Planned, coordinated multidisciplinary process Effective TIM: reduces the duration and impact of traffic incidents improves the safety of motorists, crash victims, and emergency responders 4H-16

17 Lesson 2 Safe, Quick Clearance Safe, Quick Clearance Second of the three main NUG objectives, it is the practice of rapidly, safely, and aggressively removing temporary obstructions from the roadway Disabled vehicles Wrecked vehicles Debris Spilled cargo 4H-17

18 Lesson 2 What is Safe, Quick Clearance? Working with a sense of urgency Unified Command Completing tasks concurrently Assess when lanes can be reopened 4H-18

19 Lesson 2 Move Over Laws Move Over Laws require drivers approaching a scene where emergency responders are present to either change lanes when possible and/or reduce vehicle speed The District of Columbia is the only place without a Move Over Law States with Move Over Laws 4H-19

20 Lesson 2 Driver Removal Laws Also referred to as: Fender Bender Move It Steer It, Clear It Require motorists involved in minor crashes (where there are no serious injuries and the vehicle can be driven) to move their vehicles out of the travel lanes to the shoulder or other safe area 4H-20

21 Lesson 2 Authority Removal Laws Authority for law enforcement and TxDOT to remove vehicles and/or spilled cargo from the roadway to restore traffic flow Often contains a Hold Harmless clause Implemented in a number of states 4H-21

22 Lesson 2 Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) Federal guideline for all traffic control nationwide It also covers all workers on all streets, roadways, or highways This course addresses what is required to adhere to MUTCD standards 4H-22

23 Lesson 2 Traffic Incident Management Area Buffer Space Incident Space Advance Warning Area Transition Area Activity Area Termination Area 4H-23

24 Lesson 2 Lane Designation Terminology Recommended Lane Numbering Lane 1 Lane 4 Lane 2 Lane 3 4H-24

25 Lesson 2 Lane Designation Terminology Plain English Right Shoulder (Outside) Left Lane Right Lane Left Center Lane Right Center Lane 4H-25

26 Lesson 3 Verification and Size Up Basic Information Exact physical location Number, Color of vehicles Lanes affected Injuries, entrapment 4H-26

27 Lesson 4 Safe-Positioned MUTCD Definition The positioning of emergency vehicles at an incident in a manner that attempts to: 1. Protect the responders performing their duties 2. Protect road users traveling through the incident scene 3. Minimize disruption of traffic flow 4H-27

28 Lesson 4 Angled Multi-Lane Blocking 4H-28

29 Lesson 4 Lane +1 Blocking By the very nature of fire/rescue and EMS work, additional space to work is typically required Lane +1 blocking occurs when responders block the involved lane(s) plus one additional lane to provide a protected lateral space for safety 4H-29

30 Lesson 4 Lane +1 Blocking Protected Incident Space 4H-30

31 Lesson 4 Lane +1 Blocking Patient Loading 4H-31

32 Lesson 4 Lane +1 Blocking Vehicle Fires 4H-32

33 Lesson 8 Danger Zone 4H-33

34 Lesson 4 Lane +1 Blocking 4H-34

35 Lesson 4 Progressively Open Lanes Take only as many lanes as you need for as long as you need them as the incident is cleared, lanes can be progressively opened 4H-35

36 Lesson 4 Zero Buffer 4H-36

37 Lesson 4 Zero Buffer 4H-37

38 Lesson 4 Zero Buffer Struck-By 4H-38

39 Lesson 4 Avoiding the Zero Buffer LE traffic stop with non-traffic side occupant contact to avoid the zero buffer hazard 4H-39

40 Lesson 4 Avoiding the Zero Buffer 4H-40

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42 Lesson 4 Situational Awareness Never trust approaching traffic in either direction Never turn your back to approaching traffic Look before you move Plan an escape route Don t allow yourself to get tunnel vision, maintain a view of the big picture Maintain knowledge of current weather conditions and how they may affect driving and/or visibility 4-43

43 Lesson 5 National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Standards NFPA1901 Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus (2009) NFPA 1917 Standard for Automotive Ambulances (2013) At least 50% of the rear vertical surfaces of the apparatus shall be equipped with 6 inch (minimum) retroreflective striping, alternating yellow and red, in a chevron pattern sloping downward and away from the centerline of the vehicle at an angle of 45 4H-43

44 Lesson 5 Law Enforcement Vehicle Markings 4H-44

45 Lesson 5 MUTCD Section 6I.05 Use of Emergency-Vehicle Lighting Though essential for safety, use of too many lights at an incident scene can be distracting and can create confusion for approaching road users 4H-45

46 Lesson 5 MUTCD Section 6I.05 Use of Emergency-Vehicle Lighting 4H-46

47 Lesson 5 ANSI 107 vs. ANSI 207 ANSI 107 Class II Vest ANSI 207 Public Safety Vest Note shorter length to allow access to items on belt 4H-47

48 Lesson 5 Responder Visibility MUTCD Section 6D.03 states: All workers, including emergency responders, within the right-of-way of a roadway who are exposed either to traffic (vehicles using the highway for purposes of travel) or to work vehicles and construction equipment SHALL wear high-visibility safety apparel 4H-48

49 Lesson 5 MUTCD Section 6D.03 Exceptions Firefighters or other responders engaged in emergency operations that directly expose them to flame, fire, heat, and/or hazardous materials 4H-49

50 Lesson 5 MUTCD Section 6D.03 Exceptions Law enforcement when actively engaged in potentially confrontational law enforcement activities (i.e., tactical operations) 4H-50

51 Lesson 6 Incident Command System (ICS) Goals of ICS: Safety of responders and others Achievement of tactical objectives Efficient use of resources 4H-51

52 Lesson 6 Incident Action Plan Unified Command must work together to implement an Incident Action Plan 4H-52

53 Lesson 6 Case Study 4H-53

54 Lesson 6 Case Study 4H-54

55 Lesson 7 Student Activity 4H-55

56 Lesson 7 Advance Warning Signs 4H-56

57 Dangerous Transition 4H-57

58 Lesson 7 Lateral Buffer Space If lateral buffer space requires part of a lane, close that lane avoid partial closures 4H-58

59 Lesson 7 Tapers End result is to appear to the motorist as a line indicating the direction to merge 7-22

60 Lesson 8 Vehicle Fires 4H-60

61 Lesson 8 Spill Response Vehicle Fluids Once the spill has been identified as a vehicle fluid that does not meet reportable quantity thresholds: 1. Stop leaking material at the source 2. Contain and limit the spill from spreading 3. Apply available absorbents 4. Remove material from travel lanes 5. Gradually restore traffic flow 4H-61

62 Lesson 8 Off-Site Landing Zones Use of an off-site landing zone is acceptable if there will be no delay to patient care 4H-62

63 Santiago, Chile 8-45

64 Lesson 8 Crash Investigation Goals Primary Goal Conduct a thorough crash investigation by collecting the 107 required data elements in a standardized Police Accident Report (PAR), as specified in the Minimum Model Uniform Crash Criteria (MMUCC) Plays a key role in: Properly documenting findings for presentation in a court of law Determining crash causation Taking appropriate enforcement action as the result of this determination 4H-64

65 Lesson 8 Short-Lived Evidence Short-lived evidence is that which will most likely be lost, destroyed, or compromised Critical short-lived evidence include: Tire marks, debris fields Gouges, scrapes, paint transfer Fluid trails Blood, hair, tissue, fibers 4H-65

66 Lesson 8 Always Ask: Evidence or Debris? Evidence Until LE Says Otherwise 4H-66

67 Lesson 9 Termination Final stage of incident response Termination includes: Demobilizing and removing equipment, personnel, and response vehicles Restoring traffic flow to normal or close to normal 4H-67

68 Lesson 9 Termination Checklist Protect towers while they finish up Check with Incident Commander prior to leaving Make sure all personnel are accounted for Let the TMC know that lanes are open 4H-68

69 Endorsements 1-69

70 High-Level Endorsements International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) National Sheriffs Association (NSA) International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC) Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen s Association (CVVFA) National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) National Association of State EMS Officials (NASEMSO) International Association of Directors of Law Enforcement Standards and Training (IADLEST) Towing and Recovery Association of America (TRAA) American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO)

71 Training Delivery Web-Based Training (WBT): National Highway Institute (NHI) 26

72 Training Delivery TEEX Safe Practices For Traffic Incident Responders- SHRP2-Lecture XTN Hours Found in Area Schools Section 4H-72

73 Training Delivery FHWA Trainers Almost 300 trainers approved in Texas Law Enforcement Fire Towing TxDOT All are approved to give the training 4H-73

74 Questions and Closing Remarks For more information, please contact: Jim Austrich Paul Jodoin (202) (202) David Covington 74

75 Thank You Q u e s t i o n s? 4H-75

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