This module discusses the concept of advance warning, its benefits, and how to implement a range of advance warning devices.
This module discusses the concept of blocking, why it is important, how to determine whether linear positioning or block positioning is appropriate at a given incident.
It is widely known that the visibility of responders is a key factor in safe emergency operation on the roadways.
This module highlights and explains in plain language the portions of the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) that apply to first responders working roadway incidents.
The module relates the Move It Work It decision to safe, quick clearance and the National Unified Goal.
This module presents best practices in deploying emergency optical warning devices, called here "emergency lighting."
This module discusses the safety and traffic incident management challenges of vehicle fires and options for responding to these challenges.
This self-paced program discusses the traffic incident management impacts of several special circumstances: HAZMAT, medical helicopters, vehicle extrication, and crash investigation.
This self-paced program begins with a review of foundational knowledge about the definition of the termination phase and quick clearance strategies. Then, the program covers best practices for typical tasks in the termination phase.
This module discusses the use of the Incident Command System (ICS) to manage the response to a roadway incident, both in the context of the Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Team and implementation at the incident scene.