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Partnership Roles in Incident Management. Captain Rob Patrick California Highway Patrol. Reduce Exposure Time at the Scene!. What are Secondary Incidents?. Accident or incident which occurs as a result of the initial Collisions which occur in the back-up (can be miles away)

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Partnership roles in incident management

Partnership Roles in Incident Management

CaptainRob Patrick

California Highway Patrol



What are secondary incidents
What are Secondary Incidents?

  • Accident or incident which occurs as a result of the initial

  • Collisions which occur in the back-up (can be miles away)

  • Traffic congestion on non-related highways and surface streets

  • Injury to responders by inattentive or impaired drivers

  • Inability for other responders to arrive at the incident due to congestion


Initial scene management
Initial Scene Management

  • Fire Department

  • Fire Captain

  • Chief Officer


Roles and responsibilities
Roles and Responsibilities

  • Freeway incidents rarely involve the response of one single agency

  • Each response agency has a specific task in an incident


Specific agency needs
Specific Agency Needs

  • Vehicle Fires

  • Fires

  • Vehicle Accident

  • Patient Care

  • Helicopter LZ

  • Haz Mat


Evidence preservation
Evidence Preservation

  • Firefighting Foams (ARFFF)

  • Clothing

  • Waste Management

  • Scene Security

  • Seatbelts


Evidence preservation1
Evidence Preservation

  • Car Keys

  • Statements

  • Mechanism of injury

  • Obtain ID or license

  • Skid Marks

  • Debris


Appropriate use of flares
Appropriate Use of Flares

  • Safety

  • Facing Traffic

  • Flammable Materials

  • Pattern Directs Traffic Away From Scene

  • Stacking Flares

  • Extinguishes


When to mark and move
When to Mark and Move

  • Non-Injury Accident

  • Permission given by CHP

  • Tires can be marked

  • Vehicle can be driven


Four measurable objectives

Reduce the time for incident detection and verification

Proper and safe on-scene management of personnel and equipment, while keeping as many lanes open to traffic as possible.

Reduce clearance times

Providing timely and accurate information to the public

Four Measurable Objectives


Thank YouContact InformationEnforcement Services DivisionCommercial Vehicle SectionCaptain Rob Patrick (916) 445-1865


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