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1 NORTH CAROLINA NUG UPDATES FOR SUCCESSFUL TIM TEAMS Traffic Incident Management Workshop June 19th, 2012

2 OUTLINE FEMA PARKING GUIDELINES DVD / CARD RESPONDER VISIBILITY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SITES SAFE, QUICK CLEARANCE LIGHT DUTY QUICK CLEARANCE FENDER BENDER QUICK CLEARANCE ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION COORDINATION PROMPT, RELIABLE INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS ENHANCED RAMP REFERENCE MARKERS VIPER 800MHZ RADIO COMMUNICAITON NEW JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS

3 SAFETY FEMA PARKING GUIDELINES DVD / CARD

4 UPSTREAM DOWNSTREAM * DOT / IMAP TO TAKE OVER TRAFFIC CONTROL UPON PLUS ONE LANE LANE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, REMOVE LANE PLUS ONE OR DEMOBILIZE LAWS TO HELP EMERGENCY RESPONDERS SAFETY FEMA PARKING GUIDELINES DVD / CARD Emergency Responder Parking Highway Order & and Interstate Cone Placement Safety Reference Card Card PARKING FENDER ORDERBENDER LAW BLOCK RIGHT QUICK BLOCK CLEARANCE LEFT LAW BLOCK SHOULDER STAGED General VEHICLES Statute states: If an accident or collision occurs on a main lane, WRECKER SERVICE ramp, shoulder, median or adjacent area of a SHADOW AREA highway, each vehicle shall be moved as soon as possible out EMS of the travel lane and onto the shoulder to minimize interference with traffic if all SHADOW AREA of the following apply: TRAFFIC CONES INCIDENT SCENE The accident or collision has not resulted in BUFFER SPACE injury or death to any person. FIRE / RESCUE and Each vehicle can be normally and safely driven UNPROTECTED under its own AREA power without additional damage to the vehicle, other traffic or the roadway. LAW ENFORCEMENT TRANSITION AREA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION / IMAP General Statute states: a) No person shall park or leave standing any vehicle, whether attended or unattended, upon the paved or main-traveled portion of any highway outside municipal corporate limits unless disabled and impossible to avoid stopping and temporarily leaving the vehicle upon the paved or main-traveled portion of the highway. b) No person shall park or leave standing any vehicle upon the shoulder outside municipal corporate limits unless it can be seen for 200 feet in both directions and does not obstruct the normal movement of traffic. f) Any investigating law enforcement officer, with the concurence of DOT, may immediately remove or have removed from the State Highway System any wrecked, abandoned, disabled, unattended, burned... vehicle, cargo or personal property interfering with the regular flow of traffic or which otherwise constitues a hazard, without liability for property removal. MOVE OVER RESPONDER LAW GOALS General Statute DO NOT PARK ON states: THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF THE ROAD OR IN THE e) It is unlawful for a OPPOSITE driver, except DIRECTION on official OF TRAVEL business, to park and leave a vehicle within 100 CREATE AN OPEN LANE(S) feet of law enforcement POLICY or fire TO department GET RESOURCES TO THE INCIDENT FASTER. MINIMIZE vehicles, public or private ambulances, CLOSED LANES or rescue squad emergency vehicles FIRST which ARRIVING are engaged FIRE OR in the investigation of an RESCUE accident SHOULD or engaged ANGLE VEHICLE in (BLOCK) IN THE DIRECTION OF THE rendering assistance MERGE to victims WHEN of such PERSONNEL accident. ARE NOT AT RISK PROVIDE A 50' TO 100' BUFFER f) When approaching SPACE a stopped BETWEEN emergency YOU AND THE INCIDENT SCENE vehicle with lights flashing, drivers should: REMOVE LANE CLOSURES, RELOCATE TO SHOULDER OR Move over to an adjacent DEMOBILIZE lane if AS available SOON AS or POSSIBLE UNLESS REQUESTED when safe to do so, FOR TRAFFIC CONTROL FIRE or OR RESCUE DEPLOY A 200' TAPER WITH TRAFFIC CONES TO Slow down, maintaining REDIRECT a safe TRAFFIC. speed for SPACE traffic CONES AT EACH SKIP LINE conditions and be prepared to stop. CONTACT DOT FOR HAZMAT, OVERTURNED TRACTOR TRAILERS, FATALITY INVESTIGATIONS, MULTIPLE VEHICLE ACCIDENTS OR OTHER LONG TERM INCIDENTS

5 SAFETY FEMA PARKING GUIDELINES DVD / CARD JAN 2009 NFPA REQUIRES FIVE 28 HIGH FLUORESCENT ORANGE TRAFFIC CONES WITH DOUBLE REFLECTIVE MARKINGS, FIVE ILLUMINATION WARNING DEVICES SUCH AS FLARES AND ONE TRAFFIC SAFETY VEST MEETING CURRENT ANSI STANDARDS FOR EACH SEATING POSITION ON ALL NEW APPARATUS NCDOT REQUESTED A $525,000 FEMA GRANT UNDER THEIR FIRE PREVENTION PROGRAM IN 2008 PROVIDED FIVE TRAFFIC CONES FOR EACH EXISTING 6 TIRE MINIMUM RESCUE OR FIRE TRUCK IN NORTH CAROLINA REQUIRED 80% TRAINING OF RESPONDERS TO QUALIFY SHIPPED 36,660 CONES FOR 7,332 VEHICLES IN 1,376 FIRE AND RESCUE DEPARTMENTS. TRAINED 32,770 (89%) FIRE/RESCUE RESPONDERS, WHILE FORWARDING TRAINING MATERIALS TO STATE HIGHWAY PATROL, LOCAL POLICE, SHERRIF DEPARTMENTS, EMS, TOWING AND DOT OFFICES ACROSS THE STATE

6 SAFETY VEHICLE STRIPPING JAN 2009 NFPA REQUIRES 50% OF THE REAR FACING VERTICAL SURFACE OF ALL VEHICLES MUST NOW BE COVERED WITH REFLECTIVE RED AND YELLOW STRIPES IN A CHEVRON PATTERN SLOPING DOWNWARD FROM THE CENTER OF THE VEHICLE AT A 45 DEGREE ANGLE. THE STRIPES MUST BE 6 WIDE. SINCE OUR SERVICE PATROLS PARK UPSTREAM, SHOULDN T WE STRIPE THE SAME?

7 SAFETY RESPONDER VISIBILITY 23 CFR 634 = ANSI 107 OR 207 SINCE OUR RESPONDERS ARE EXPOSED, SHOULDN T WE STRIPE THE SAME?

8 SAFETY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SITES STATE LAW MOVE OVER OR REDUCE SPEED FOR STOPPED EMERGENCY VEHICLES FENDER BENDER MOVE VEHICLE FROM ROAD NEED TO KEEP TRAFFIC MOVING, MINIMIZE DISRUPTIONS AND KEEP RESPONDERS SAFE, ESPECIALLY DURING MINOR, NON- INJURY ACCIDENTS

9 SAFETY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SITES, I-77 IN CHARLOTTE, NC ACCIDENT SITES SIGNED, COORDINATED WITH COMMUNICATIONS, LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MOTORISTS FOR EFFICIENCY AND SAFETY FOR RESPONDERS AND MOTORISTS

10 SAFETY ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION SITES, I-77 IN CHARLOTTE, NC MOVES FENDER BENDERS OFF THE ROADWAY SAFER FOR RESPONDERS (5 TROOPERS HIT SINCE 2006) RELIEVES CONGESTION 19% REDUCTION IN CAPACITY FOR ACCIDENT ON SHOULDER 65% REDUCTION FOR 1 OF 2 LANES (51% FOR 1 OF 3 LANES)

11 CLEARANCE SAFE, QUICK CLEARANCE LIGHT DUTY QUICK CLEARANCE TRAIN DOT, LE AND TOWING ON EFFICIENT MEANS TO CLEAR MINOR ACCIDENTS, ABANDONED AND DISABLED VEHICLES FROM LANES AND SHOULDERS. QUICKLY CLEAR FOR WORKZONES, INCLIMATE WEATHER, LARGE PLANNED EVENTS, EVACUATIONS, OR OTHER HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS MORE EFFICIENTLY TAG AND CLEAR AFTER 24 HOURS

12 CLEARANCE SAFE, QUICK CLEARANCE FENDER BENDER QUICK CLEARANCE COMM CENTERS INSTRUCT MINOR WRECKS TO MOVE VEHICLES FROM TRAVEL LANES

13 CLEARANCE ACCIDENT RECONSTRUCTION COORDINATION SHARE CONSTRUCTION GRADE DOT PHOTOGRAPHY ROADWAY FEATURES PAVEMENT MARKINGS PROPOSING SHARING OF CAMERA IMAGES (UNDER DISCUSSION) UNDISTURBED DEBRIS FIELD BIRDS EYE VIEW OF WRECK SCENE

14 COMMUNICATIONS PROMPT, RELIABLE INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS ENHANCED RAMP REFERENCE MARKERS QUICKER COORDINATION FOR COMPLEX INTERCHANGES MINIMIZES RESPONSE FROM MULTIPLE DIRECTIONS

15 COMMUNICATIONS PROMPT, RELIABLE INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS ENHANCED RAMP REFERENCE MARKERS QUICKER COORDINATION FOR COMPLEX INTERCHANGES MINIMIZES RESPONSE FROM MULTIPLE DIRECTIONS

16 COMMUNICATIONS PROMPT, RELIABLE INTEROPERABLE COMMUNICATIONS VIPER 800MHZ RADIO COMMUNICATION SHARED NPS & TACTICAL CHANNELS NEW JOINT FORCES HEADQUARTERS NATIONAL GUARD, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, STATE TRAFFIC OPS, TRIANGLE TRAFFIC OPS, HP COMM CTR

17 QUESTIONS? CONTACT BRIAN PURVIS, PE Manager of Roadway Operations North Carolina Turnpike Authority

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