Intro to Fire Service Traffic Incident Management Professional

Credit Hours:  1
Approximate reading time: 0.5 Hours
Approximate online time: 0.5 Hours

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Program Abstract

This module introduces prospective fire service traffic incident management professionals to the responsibilities of the position, its professional qualifications standard (NFPA 1091), and its role in the incident command system. Current fire service traffic incident management professionals may also benefit from this module's information as a refresher on the foundations of the position. The module provides an understanding of the difficulties, dangers, and rewards of the job. It also enables the fire service traffic incident management professional to assess whether they are physically, mentally, and emotionally suited for the position. Finally, the module provides guidance intended to improve the professionalism and preparedness of traffic incident management personnel in terms of uniform, non-uniform clothing, and equipment.

This module is intended to provide entry level training prior to instruction at the state or local level. This module does not replace departmental and state training and requirements by the authority having jurisdiction.

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ResponderSafety.com and The Responder Safety Learning Network (RSLN) are a project of the Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI), a Committee of the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Fireman's Association. The RSLN is an online training network delivering critical safety training for roadway incident responders. All training is free and delivered 24/7/365 on demand. The self-paced modules include critical components of roadway operations safety in an emergency situation, including: Advance Warning, Blocking, High Visibility, Traffic Control, Public Outreach, Incident Command, and more. Register online to get started.