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MODULE 4 INITIAL SCENE RESPONSE. Objectives. Describe necessary notification and response actions Demonstrate appropriate arrival safety procedure Outline key points for on-scene information reporting.

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Module 4 initial scene response

MODULE 4 INITIAL SCENE RESPONSE


Objectives

  • Describe necessary notification and response actions

  • Demonstrate appropriate arrival safety procedure

  • Outline key points for on-scene information reporting


Participant Activity…Arrange the following alphabetical listing of the 11 responder duties into their proper chronological order

Arrival

Command Responsibilities

Investigation

Notification

Patient Care

Response

Size-Up

Traffic Management

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Notification

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Notification

Response

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Notification

Response

Arrival

_______

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Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

_______

_______

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Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

_______

_______

_______

Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

_______

_______

Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

Patient Care

______

Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

Patient Care

Investigation


Notification/Response

Call from *999, 911, or public

Call received by radio from Plaza/Main-tenance/ ISP Patrol Unit, or other Roadway source.

CAD Incident Created

Call Routed to Dispatcher

TIMS Incident created, sent through CAD/TIMS interface -

Incidents received from CAD

Two way communication.

Incident detected by TIMS Operator via CCTV, Media Notification, or Incident Detection Software


Communications Before

Arrival

What type of information is most valuable to you prior to arrival at the scene?


Arrival: Exiting the Vehicle

  • Safety: eyes on traffic

(SIUE, 2010)


Safe Vehicle Positioning

  • Protect incident scene

  • Establish block with first arriving vehicle

  • Exiting the vehicle safely

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Protect Incident Scene

  • Larger vehicles create a block

(FHWA, Washington, D.C. 2009)


What are items do you considerwhen you size-up a traffic incident?

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________


On Scene Reporting

Location

Incident duration

Request other support

Number of vehicles and injured persons

Hazardous materials

Towing and recovery

Traffic conditions

Additional resources

Weather conditions


On Scene Reporting

Location

Incident type

Request other support


Highway Terminology

Standardized names and terms to identify specific features of any street, road, or highway where an incident may occur.

  • Reduce confusion

  • Improve the safety of responders

  • Make operations at the scene more efficient


Median

The center of the roadway


Lane Referencing

  • Numbered from inside to outside

    • Should not be referenced as the “slow lane” or the “fast lane”

  • Acceleration and deceleration lanes at interchanges will not be numbered except in the case of lane drops or adds


Shoulder

Shoulder

Outside

Inside

Left

Right

Center

Median

Left

Center

Right

Outside

Inside

Shoulder

Shoulder

6-lane divided highway


Shoulder

Shoulder

Shoulder

Shoulder

1

3

2

2

3

1

1

2

3

4

1

3

2

Inside

Inside

Outside

Outside

Lane Drop

Deceleration Lane


On-ramp

Frontage Road Lanes

1 2 3

Right

Shoulder

Left

Shoulder

Lane 1

Lane 3

Lane 4

Lane 2


Downstream

Incident

Upstream

Upstream and Downstream

  • Upstream

    • Any area of a highway or any moving traffic that is approaching the actual incident or activity area

  • Downstream

    • Area that is past the incident scene


Rural Roads

Response

Terminology

East-bound

shoulder

West-bound shoulder

West-bound Lane

East-bound Lane


Rural Roads

Response

Terminology

West-bound

Lane

East-bound

Lane

East-bound

Turn Lane


Describe this incident location

INCIDENT HERE

NORTH

Highway “X”

EAST

SOUTH

Highway “Y”

WEST

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Describe this incident location

NORTH

INCIDENT HERE

Main Street

Highway “X”

SOUTH

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Incident type and duration?

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


On Scene Reporting

Number/type of vehicles and injured persons

(Source: IDOT, 2011)


On Scene Reporting

  • Towing and recovery

  • Hazardous materials

(Source: IDOT, 2011)


On Scene Reporting

Traffic conditions

Additional resources

Weather Conditions

(Source: Illinois Tollway)


Move it or Work it

(Source: IDOT, 2011)

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)

Are there any crash investigation sites in your district?


Example 1
Example 1

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Example 2
Example 2

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Example 3
Example 3

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Example 4
Example 4

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Example 5
Example 5

(FHWA, Washington, D.C. 2010)


  • SummaryMODULE 4 INITIAL SCENE RESPONSE


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