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FFIC INCIDENT MANAGEMENT RESPONDER TRAINING PROGRAMLAW ENFORCEMENT FIRE EMS TRANSPORTATIONTOWING RECOVERY COMMUNICATIONSTIM Fundamentals.
and Terminology Lesson 2 Lesson ObjectivesAt the conclusion of this lesson participants willbe able to 1 Define safe quick clearance.
2 List the principal laws that relate to respondersafety and safe quick clearance3 Describe how the Manual on Uniform TrafficControl Devices MUTCD relates to TIM4 Recall common response terminology lane.
designations and incident scene terminology Lesson 2 Safe Quick ClearanceSafe Quick Clearance Second of the three main NUG objectives it is thepractice of rapidly safely and aggressively.
removing temporary obstructions from the roadway Disabled vehicles Debris Wrecked vehicles Spilled cargo Lesson 2 Safe Quick Clearance Goals Restore the roadway to its pre .
incident capacity as quickly andsafely as possible Minimize motorist delay throughtraffic control and opening of Make effective use of all.
clearance resources Enhance the safety ofresponders and motorists Protect the roadway system andprivate property from.
unnecessary damage during theremoval process Lesson 2 What is Safe Quick Clearance Working with a sense of urgency Utilizing Unified Command and incorporating safe .
quick clearance into the incident objectives Completing tasks concurrently whenever possible Regularly assessing traffic control and on sceneactivities to determine if additional lanes can be Utilizing all available resources for clearance activities.
Thinking outside of the box and considering howthings could be done differently Lesson 2 Move Over LawsMove Over Laws require drivers approaching a scenewhere emergency responders are present to either.
change lanes when possible and or reduce vehicle speedThe District ofColumbia is theonly place withouta Move Over Law.
States with Move Over Laws Lesson 2 Driver Removal Laws Also referred to as Fender Bender Move It.
Steer It Clear It Require motorists involved in minorcrashes where there are no seriousinjuries and the vehicle can be driven tomove their vehicles out of the travel.
lanes to the shoulder or other safe area Lesson 2 Authority Removal Laws Provide authority and immunity fromliability in general for designated publicagencies to remove vehicles and or spilled.
cargo from the roadway to restore traffic Serious injury or fatality does not alwayspreclude removal Often contain a Hold Harmless clause Implemented in a number of states.
Manual on Uniform Traffic ControlDevices MUTCD Federal guideline for alltraffic controlnationwide.
It also covers all workers on allstreets roadways or This course addresseswhat is required to.
adhere to MUTCD Lesson 2 State Adoption of the MUTCDAdoption of the national MUTCDAdoption of a State MUTCDAdoption of the national MUTCD along with a State supplement s .
Source mutcd fhwa dot gov as of August 2012 2 11 Lesson 2 MUTCD Chapter 6IControl of Traffic through TrafficIncident Management Areas Includes the following 5 Sections .
6I 01 General Information 6I 02 Major Traffic Incidents 6I 03 Intermediate Traffic Incidents 6I 04 Minor Traffic Incidents 6I 05 Use of Emergency Vehicle Lighting.
Lesson 2 Traffic Incident Management AreaIncident SpaceAdvance Transition Activity AreaWarning AreaTermination.
Lesson 2 Sources of InformationMove Over Law Responder I 95 Coalitionwww moveoveramerica com www respondersafety comSafety www i95coalition orgMUTCD FHWA North Florida.
www mutcd fhwa dot gov www fhwa dot gov www northfloridatpo com Lesson 2 CommunicationAccurate clear communication amongall disciplines involved in TIM meansresponders arrive at the scene quickly .
meet quick clearance goals and clearthe scene sooner and improve safetyfor themselves and those involved in Lesson 2 Terminology Lesson 2 Common Response Terminology.
Lane Right Lane Designation Terminology Plain English IIn oouu ffttLeft Right.
Left RightCenter Center Lane Designation Terminology Recommended Lane NumberingLane 1 Lane 4.
Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane Designation Terminology Recommended Lane NumberingLane 1 Lane 2 Lane 3 Lane 4 HOV Lanes.
Barrier Separated Lesson 2 Student Activity Lesson 2 Upstream and DownstreamDeparting trafficDownstream.
Approaching traffic is Traffic Queues Backup of Approaching Traffic Lesson 2 Gore Lesson 2 Common Response Terminology.
On ramp Off ramp Distributor Collector Road Service Road Access Road Overpass Underpass Lesson 2 Student Activity h igghhwwaay Lesson 2 Student Activity .
h igghhwwaay Lesson 2 Student Activity Lesson 2 Student Activity tt Location Lesson 2 Student Activity .
Lesson 2 Rural Road Response TerminologyW d eerr SWestbound Eastbound Lesson 2 Rural Road Response TerminologyWestbound Eastbound.
Eastbound LeftLeft Eastbound Lesson 2 TIM Timeline Lesson 2 Lesson Objectives Review 1 Define safe quick clearance.
2 List the principal laws that relate to respondersafety and safe quick clearance 3 Describe how the Manual on Uniform TrafficControl Devices MUTCD relates to TIM 4 Recall common response terminology lane.
designations and incident scene terminologyLesson Objectives. At the conclusion of this lesson, participants will be able to: Define safe, quick clearance ... ICS requires the use of uniform terminology and plain English. ... The recommended practice for describing travel lanes involves use of a left-to-right lane numbering system, from the perspective of the flow of traffic ...

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