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IN-TIME Workshop

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Date/Time
Date(s) - August 28
1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Location
Ellettsville Fire Dept. Conference & Training Room
5080 W. State Road 46
Bloomington, IN 47404
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About The Event

National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training (4 hours)
Provided by the Federal Highway Administration in partnership with the Indiana Traffic Incident Management Effort (IN-TIME)
Faster, safer incident recovery depends on an integrated, well-trained responder corps.
Background:
The impact of traffic incidents on highway operations, reliability, and safety is well known and alarming. About 25
percent of all delays are caused by traffic incidents. Congestion costs are counted in hundreds of billions of dollars
and wasted fuel is measured in billions of gallons. More importantly, traffic incidents pose a significant safety risk
to both responders and travelers. The likelihood of a secondary crash increases with each minute that an incident
remains unresolved.

Clearing incident scenes quickly with a well-coordinated, multidisciplinary team of first responders and
transportation personnel is an important means of reducing the risk of secondary crashes and congestion delays.
Who benefits?
 Law Enforcement  Public Works
 Emergency Medical Services  Transportation agencies
 Towing and Recovery Operators  Hazardous Materials Responders
 Notification and Dispatch personnel
 Fire and Rescue
 Emergency Management
 Coroners and medical examiners
 Transportation Planners and Engineers
 Public Health
LOCATION
Ellettsville Fire Department
5080 W State Road 46
Bloomington , IN 47404
DATES & TIMES
Only attend one 4
hour session.
August 28th 2019
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
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Save Lives
Better training leads to faster
incident response and clearance.
This means fewer secondary
crashes result from the original
incident and less exposure to
moving traffic while the incident is
resolved.

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