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Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service Collision Safety Stand Down. June 4-6, 2009. MCFRS Safety Section 2009. 2006 Deaths by Cause Cardiovascular Trauma Smoke Inhalation Burns Undetermined Drowning. 2006 Deaths by Type Structure Fire Wild land Fire Training MVA EMS Call.

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    1. Montgomery County Fire & Rescue ServiceCollision Safety Stand Down June 4-6, 2009 MCFRS Safety Section 2009

    2. 2006 Deaths by Cause Cardiovascular Trauma Smoke Inhalation Burns Undetermined Drowning 2006 Deaths by Type Structure Fire Wild land Fire Training MVA EMS Call Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    3. 2007 Deaths by Cause Cardiovascular Trauma Smoke Inhalation Burns Electrocution 2007 Deaths by Type Structure Fire Training Multiple Calls w/in 24 hrs MVA EMS Calls Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    4. 2008 Deaths by Cause Cardiovascular Trauma Burns/Smoke Inhalation Asphyxiation Violence/Gunshot Electrocution 2008 Deaths by Type Structure Fire Wild land Fire MVA Non-Emergency Duty Training EMS Call Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    5. 2009 Deaths by Cause Cardiovascular Falls MVA Electrocution Violence Undetermined 2009 Deaths by Type Structure Fire & Training MVA & EMS Calls Search & Rescue Vehicle Fire Wild land / Grass Fire Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    6. Collision Safety Stand DownMCFRS Collision Statistics MCFRS Safety Section

    7. Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Collision Statistics 1583 Collisions in 11 Years! • 1999 – 110 collisions • 2000 – 140 collisions 27% increase • 2001 – 160 collisions 14% increase • 2002 – 129 collisions 19% decrease • 2003 – 140 collisions 8% increase • 2004 – 117 collisions 16% decrease • 2005 – 129 collisions 10% increase • 2006 – 133 collisions 3% increase MCFRS Safety Section

    8. Collisions By Battalion Battalion 1 – 40 Battalion 2 – 34 Battalion 3 – 57 Battalion 4 – 29 Battalion 5 – 28 Battalion 99 – 20 Collisions by Cause Clearance Backing Weather Other at Fault Animal Strike Incident AM Check-out Collision Safety Stand Down 2007 Collisions– 208 Total 56% Increase MCFRS Safety Section

    9. Collisions By Battalion Battalion 1 – 45 Battalion 2 – 26 Battalion 3 – 59 Battalion 4 – 48 Battalion 5 – 23 Battalion 99 – 26 Collisions by Cause Clearance Backing Driver Error Other at Fault Incident Animal Strike AM Check-out Situational Awareness Collision Safety Stand Down 2008 Collisions– 227 Total 8 % Increase MCFRS Safety Section

    10. Collisions By Battalion Battalion 1 – 26 Battalion 2 – 9 Battalion 3 – 27 Battalion 4 – 11 Battalion 5 – 7 Battalion 99 – 13 Collisions by Cause Clearance Backing Other at Fault AM Check-out Intersection Mechanical/Equipment Animal Strike Situational Awareness Collision Safety Stand Down 2009 Collisions– 93 for the year so far! MCFRS Safety Section

    11. 2007 – 2009 Collisions by Response Mode 2007 Emergency 67 or 35% Non-Emergency 89 or 47% Parked 23 or 12% Moving Status unknown 12 or 6% 2008 Emergency 61 or 30% Non-Emergency 99 or 48% Parked 32 or 16% Moving Status unknown 13 or 6% Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    12. 2007 – 2009 Collisions by Response Mode 2009 Emergency 27 or 30% Non-Emergency 41 or 44% Parked 17 or 19% Moving Status unknown 6 or 7% Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    13. 2007 – 2009 Collisions by Unit Type 2007 EMS 55 Engine 65 Special Service 50 Staff 34 Total: 208 2008 EMS 70 Engine 53 Special Service 59 Staff 53 Total: 227 Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    14. 2007 – 2009 Collisions by Unit Type 2009 January to June 1 EMS 28 Engine 30 Special Service 17 Staff 18 Total: 93 Special Service = Tractor Drawn, Tower & Rescue Squad Staff = any support vehicle not classified as a EMS, Engine or Special Service Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    15. 2007 – 2009 Preventable v. Non-Preventable 2007 Preventable Collisions - 92 Non-Preventable Collisions - 82 2008 Preventable Collisions – 81 Non-Preventable Collisions – 107 2009 January - February Preventable Collisions – 12* Non-Preventable Collisions – 19* Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section

    16. 2007 – 2009 Driver Type 2007 Primary Driver - 58 Back-up Driver - 38 Certified Driver -92 2008 Primary Driver - 67 Back-up Driver - 42 Certified Driver - 109 2009 Primary Driver - 29 Back-up Driver - 7 Certified Driver - 48 Collision Safety Stand Down MCFRS Safety Section