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Module 7 Clearance/Termination . Objectives. Practice clearance procedures Identify vehicles per TRAA classes Identify agency-specific tasks Incident termination Describe incident scene evolution . Clearance Procedures . Responder summons help Required help arrives

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Objectives

  • Practice clearance procedures
  • Identify vehicles per TRAA classes
  • Identify agency-specific tasks
  • Incident termination
  • Describe incident scene evolution
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Clearance Procedures

  • Responder summons help
  • Required help arrives
  • Summon wrecker if needed
  • Wrecker arrives
  • Other help leaves
  • Wrecker/other clears the lanes
effective communicating for clear and accurate information
Effective Communicating for Clear and Accurate Information

Officer at Scene

Tow Truck Operator

Public Safety

Answering Point

Dispatcher

Tow Company Dispatcher

a common complaint the right truck didn t go to the scene
A Common Complaint “the right truck didn’t go to the scene”
  • Tower: the officer requested a carrier and it required a tow truck for the recovery
  • Officer: the type of truck requested cannot handle the tow
  • Customer: tow operator didn’t bring what’s needed to assist immediately.
tow truck classification
TOW Truck Classification
  • Light-duty Tow Trucks/Car Carriers
    • 15,000-26,000 pounds, GVWR
  • Medium-duty Tow Trucks
    • 26,001-48,000 pounds, GVWR
  • Heavy-duty Tow Trucks
    • Over 48,0001 pounds, GVWR
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Class 1 Light-duty

Acura CL

Toyota Tacoma

Buick Terraza Minivan

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Class 2 Light-duty

Hummer

Nissan Titan

Chevrolet G2500

FORD E-250

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Class 3 Medium-duty

Ford F-350

Ford : E-Series Van AMBULANCE

Delivery Truck

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Class 4 Medium-duty

Ford F-450

medium shuttle bus

hybrid school bus

GMC 4500

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Class 5 Medium-duty

GMC 5500

Ford F-550

GMC 5500

GMC dumptruck

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Class 6 Medium-duty

International Durastar

Ford F-650

GMC Topkick C5500

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Class 7 Heavy-duty

International TranStar 8500

Blue Bird Vision

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Agency-Specific Tasks

  • Law Enforcement: Supervise scene clearance, safeguard personal property
  • Fire and Rescue: Assist in incident clearance, crash victim rescue from wrecked vehicles, rescue crash victims from contaminated environments
  • EMS: Remove injured persons and medical waste from incident scene, determine approximate cause of injuries for the trauma center
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Agency Specific Tasks

  • Transportation Agencies: Determine incident clearance and roadway repair needs, coordinate clearance and repair resources, repair transportation infrastructure
  • Towing and Recovery: Remove vehicles from incident scene, protect victims property and vehicles, remove debris from the roadway, provide transportation for uninjured vehicle occupants
  • Media: Broadcast information on delays, update incident status frequently, provide video or photography services
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Agency Specific Tasks

  • Information Service Providers: provide traffic information updates to both motorists and the media by: radio, television, telephone, E-mail services, pager services, or internet web-sites
  • Coroners and Medical Examiners: investigate fatal accidents, remove body parts
  • Hazardous Materials Contractors: clean up and dispose of toxic or hazardous materials
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Termination Procedures

  • Clean-up
    • Towing and Recovery
  • Re-opening traffic lanes
    • Law Enforcement
  • Final checks
    • Law Enforcement on Roadway
    • Other agency if off Roadway
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Incident Progression Example

The example illustrates the progression of an incident with the corresponding expansion and reduction of the TIMA.

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Crash Scene 1

Time 7:00 AM

1 Mile

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Crash Scene 2

Time 7:10 AM

1 Mile

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 3

Time 7:20 AM

1 Mile

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 4

Time 7:30 AM

1 Mile

Incident Command

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 5

Time 7:45 AM

3 Mile

Incident Command

PCMS

Advanced Warning Area

tells traffic what to

expect ahead

Termination

Area

lets traffic

resume

normal

driving

Work Area

set aside for

workers,

equipment, and

material storage

Buffer Area (recommended)

provides protection for

traffic and workers

Transition Area

moves traffic out of its normal path

  • Other Traffic Control Devices on Scene:
  • Emergency Scene Ahead Sigh
  • Right-Lane Closed Sign
  • Be Prepared to Stop Sign

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 6

Time 8:00 AM

3 Mile

Incident Command

Media Staging

PCMS

Termination

Area

lets traffic

resume

normal

driving

Work Area

set aside for

workers,

equipment, and

material storage

Buffer Area (recommended)

provides protection for

traffic and workers

Transition Area

moves traffic out of its normal path

Advanced Warning Area

tells traffic what to

expect ahead

  • Other Traffic Control Devices on Scene:
  • Emergency Scene Ahead Sigh
  • Right-Lane Closed Sign
  • Be Prepared to Stop Sign

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 7a

Time 8:15 AM

3 Mile

Incident Command

Media Staging

PCMS

Termination

Area

lets traffic

resume

normal

driving

Work Area

set aside for

workers,

equipment, and

material storage

Buffer Area (recommended)

provides protection for

traffic and workers

Transition Area

moves traffic out of its normal path

Advanced Warning Area

tells traffic what to

expect ahead

  • Other Traffic Control Devices on Scene:
  • Emergency Scene Ahead Sigh
  • Right-Lane Closed Sign
  • Be Prepared to Stop Sign

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 7b

Time 8:30 AM

3 Mile

Incident Command

Media Staging

PCMS

Transition Area

moves traffic out of its normal path

Termination

Area

lets traffic

resume

normal

driving

Work Area

set aside for

workers,

equipment, and

material storage

Buffer Area (recommended)

provides protection for

traffic and workers

Advanced Warning Area

tells traffic what to

expect ahead

  • Other Traffic Control Devices on Scene:
  • Emergency Scene Ahead Sigh
  • Right-Lane Closed Sign
  • Be Prepared to Stop Sign

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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Crash Scene 7c

Time 9:00 AM

3 Mile

Incident Command

Media Staging

PCMS

Termination

Area

lets traffic

resume

normal

driving

Work Area

set aside for

workers,

equipment, and

material storage

Buffer Area (recommended)

provides protection for

traffic and workers

Transition Area

moves traffic out of its normal path

Advanced Warning Area

tells traffic what to

expect ahead

  • Other Traffic Control Devices on Scene:
  • Emergency Scene Ahead Sigh
  • Right-Lane Closed Sign
  • Be Prepared to Stop Sign

Fire

Law

County Highway Dept.

EMS

Tow

Public

Media

Incident Command Area

Staging Area

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