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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


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


Module 4 initial scene response
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

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Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

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Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

Patient Care

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Notification

Response

Arrival

Size-up

Command Responsibilities

Traffic Management

Patient Care

Investigation


Module 4 initial scene response

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


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Communications Before

Arrival

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


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Arrival: Exiting the Vehicle

  • Safety: eyes on traffic

(SIUE, 2010)


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Safe Vehicle Positioning

  • Protect incident scene

  • Establish block with first arriving vehicle

  • Exiting the vehicle safely

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


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Protect Incident Scene

  • Larger vehicles create a block

(FHWA, Washington, D.C. 2009)


Module 4 initial scene response

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

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________

  • ______________________________


Module 4 initial scene response

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


Module 4 initial scene response

On Scene Reporting

Location

Incident type

Request other support


Module 4 initial scene response

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


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Median

The center of the roadway


Module 4 initial scene response

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


Module 4 initial scene response

Shoulder

Shoulder

Outside

Inside

Left

Right

Center

Median

Left

Center

Right

Outside

Inside

Shoulder

Shoulder

6-lane divided highway


Module 4 initial scene response

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


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On-ramp

Frontage Road Lanes

1 2 3

Right

Shoulder

Left

Shoulder

Lane 1

Lane 3

Lane 4

Lane 2


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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


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Rural Roads

Response

Terminology

East-bound

shoulder

West-bound shoulder

West-bound Lane

East-bound Lane


Module 4 initial scene response

Rural Roads

Response

Terminology

West-bound

Lane

East-bound

Lane

East-bound

Turn Lane


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Describe this incident location

INCIDENT HERE

NORTH

Highway “X”

EAST

SOUTH

Highway “Y”

WEST

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


Module 4 initial scene response

Describe this incident location

NORTH

INCIDENT HERE

Main Street

Highway “X”

SOUTH

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


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Incident type and duration?

(Moore, McKinney FD, TX 2005)


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On Scene Reporting

Number/type of vehicles and injured persons

(Source: IDOT, 2011)


Module 4 initial scene response

On Scene Reporting

  • Towing and recovery

  • Hazardous materials

(Source: IDOT, 2011)


Module 4 initial scene response

On Scene Reporting

Traffic conditions

Additional resources

Weather Conditions

(Source: Illinois Tollway)


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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)


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