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1 Welcome to the Webinar for National Traffic Incident Management Responder Training November 5, 2012 Start Time is 1:30 PM Eastern Audio Call In Number: ; Conference Code: Please MUTE your computer speakers

2 Welcome and SHRP2 Overview Pam Hutton AASHTO SHRP2 Implementation Manager 2

3 Todays Webinar Agenda 3 1:30Welcome and SHPR2 Program Overview Pam Hutton, AASHTO SHRP2 Implementation Manager 1:35Product Description: Overview of the SHRP2 National Traffic Incident Manager (TIM) Responder Classroom Training Program Paul Jodoin, FHWA TIM Program Manager Tim Lane, FHWA Public Safety Program Manager 1:55A States Perspective: Experience from Training, Mike Flynn, Assistant Director for Field Operations, Ohio DOT 2:05Bringing Training to Your State Paul Jodoin, FHWA TIM Program Manager 2:15AASHTO Committees and Subcommittees: Getting Involved Gummada Murphy, AASHTO Associate Program Director of Operation John Corbin, Director of Traffic Operations, Wisconsin DOT 2:30Questions and Answers, Pam Hutton to moderate 3:00Adjourn

4 SHRP2 Program: Overview $218 million, federally funded research program to address critical transportation challenges: o Making highways safer o Fixing deteriorating infrastructure o Reducing congestion Collaborative effort of AASHTO, FHWA, and TRB Aims to advance innovative ways to plan, renew, operate, and improve safety on the Nation's highways 4 Save lives. Save money. Save time.

5 5 Safety: fostering safer driving through analysis of driver, roadway and vehicle factors in crashes, near crashes, and ordinary driving Renewal: maintaining and repairing the deteriorating infrastructure using already-available resources Reliability: managing non-recurring events to create more predictable travel times Capacity: building a highway system that creates minimum disruption and meets the environmental, and economic needs of the community. SHRP2 Program: Focus Areas

6 SHRP2 Program: Implementation $90M Funds already available MAP-21 Funding provides 4% of SP&R funding Totals approx $58 M FHWA plans to contribute $7-8 M additional 2/3 of the money comes back to the states in demos 6

7 SHRP2 Program: Implementation 7

8 Overview of SHRP2 National Traffic Incident Manager Responder Training Program Paul Jodoin FHWA Traffic Incident Manager (TIM) Program Manager Tim Lane FHWA Public Safety Program Manager 8

9 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program Objectives of Program : –Improved responder safety –Improved reliability (reduced incident duration) –Improved motorist safety (reduced secondary crashes) Approach : –Researched core competencies –All disciplines participated every step –Development of multi-disciplinary training program for all responder stakeholders –Cross-training in TIM core competencies 9

10 EVERY DAY COUNTS Created by FHWA Admin. Victor Mendez in 2010 Partnership includes all the major associations that deal with highways. Goal: Speed up the use of innovations which enhance safety, quality, cost efficiency and mobility Every two years: new set of initiatives 10 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

11 2 nd Wave of Initiatives Programmatic Agreements Locally Administered Projects 3D Modeling for Construction Means and Methods Accelerated Bridge Construction Intelligent Compaction Design Build CMGC Alternative Technical Concepts Geospatial Data Collaboration High Friction Surfaces Level of NEPA Documentation TIM Responder Training 11 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

12 To the extent possible: Conduct multi-discipline sessions 2 instructors (police, fire, DOT) per session 4 hours curriculum will be available Other training options: Per module Police only Academy curriculums 12 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

13 Train the Trainer (TtT): Multi-discipline full curriculum developed in SHRP2 project. After completing the TtT course participants will be equipped to provide the training to a larger audience of incident responders in their discipline. Classroom Training: Multi-discipline trainers trained through the TtT courses will conduct classroom-based training for a broader audience of incident responders across that state and/or region. 13 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

14 Audience –Law Enforcement officers –Fire and Rescue personnel –Transportation Professionals –Public works –Emergency medical services –Towing and recovery –Hazmat responders –Coroners/medical examiner –Miscellaneous responders 14 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

15 TRB TtT Pilots Conducted – Nashville, Richmond, Helena, Ft. Lauderdale FHWA TtTs Conducted Phoenix, Columbus, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Wisconsin*, Akron/Cleveland FHWA scheduled Concord NH, St. Louis, MO Discussion Stage MA, PA,WA,IL*,CA, KS,NY, NE, GA, NC 15 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

16 Implementation Goals: By December 2014: –TtT in every State plus DC and PR –Conduct TtT sessions –Train State/local Instructors to deliver classroom training 16 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program

17 Instructor SharePoint Site After teaching a class: Enter the requested data at the link for Returning Instructors

18 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program Instructors Enter Classes Taught Click Add new item, complete the form that appears, and save

19 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training State Implementation Effort Individual State Implementation Plan –State/Territory Specific –Draft prior to initial training –living document Tracking Progress Monitor course roll-out Measure success Provide detailed reporting –Real Time Feedback 19

20 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training State Implementation Effort Keys to Success WHO? –Has overall (or shared) responsibility for training and implementation –Will conduct the Training –Are the multi-disciplinary recipients (students) –Can be contacted at FHWA for questions and assistance HOW? –Will the training be promoted –Much time can students commit to training (4 or 16 hours) –Will training be tracked and/or documented 20

21 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Draft Implementation Plan First 30 days Keys for Success: Conduct Kick-Off Meeting Identify primary Point-of-Contact (POC) and support staff Establish Implementation Committee and Chair Identify/finalize participants for Train-the-Trainer (TtT) session Finalize TtT session date, time, and location Identify partner agencies Prepare methods to promote training Submit Draft Plan to FHWA 21

22 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Final Implementation Plan First 90 Days Keys for Success: Conduct TtT sessions and discuss finalization of Implementation Plan with Trainers Review and finalize partner agencies Develop SMART goals for student training Promote Training Ensure student tracking Submit Final Implementation Plan to FHWA 22

23 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Implementation Plan Checklist (On-Going) Keys for Success: Conduct student training sessions (6-8 per year minimum) Conduct Implementation Committee Meetings FHWA will have regular conference calls with State or Area POCs Compile and submit Responder (student) tracking reports to FHWA Review and update implementation plan 23

24 SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Implementation Tracking Progress Keys for Success: Tracking Implementation/Training Progress: Allow us to address any problems early in the implementation phase Provide real time progress to decision makers Identify future needs Electronic Tracking of Implementation of Training Instructors will have access to SharePoint Site Completed at the end of each course 24

25 A States Perspective Mike Flynn Asst Director for Field Operations Ohio Department of Transportation 25

26 Ohio hosted 3 FHWA Advanced TIM workshops in the Columbus, Cincinnati and Cleveland areas last fall. –Attended by various first responders in the metro areas followed by an executive overview meeting with key agencies by FHWA staff. 26 State Perspective

27 Train the Trainer, Columbus Certified 44 instructors that have established multi-discipline training teams for our state. These training teams are coordinated at the ODOT District level with 12 regions identified for training programs. These teams comprised of an OSHP District Officer, ODOT District Supervisor and Fire Representative where available, will push the training down to the county level. 27 State Perspective

28 ODOT Initiatives Ohio QuickClear/TIM steering committee that is co-chaired by ODOT and ODPS. Metropolitan TIM committees in the greater Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo areas. 28 State Perspective

29 ODOT Initiatives (cont.) QuickClearance manuals and brochures Distribution of the IACP TIM Video to the emergency response community TIM training and policy for ODOT Construction Zones and the Ohio Contractors Association Ohio Towing and Recovery Incentive Program Direct Liaison for Fire Department personnel 1 st statewide TIM seminar is being scheduled for the Spring of State Perspective

30 Sustaining the Momentum A 2nd SHRP2 TtT is being conducted in the Akron area –Full booking (72) with more emphasis on Fire and other support agencies at this event. A 3 rd SHRP2 Session in planning phase A regional training session is scheduled at the Ashland ODOT headquarters hosted by the District 3 TIM team A regional group TtT course is in planning phase for the greater Toledo Area by District 2 group. TIM Goals will be measured using speed data provided by INRIX 30 State Perspective

31 Training in Your State Paul Jodoin FHWA Traffic Incident Manager (TIM) Program Manager 31

32 Training in Your State 32 BARRIERS AND CHALLENGES Getting all the players to the table Acceptance of receiving the training Sustainability

33 Training in Your State 33 Why get this training? Access to the most up-to-date, multi-agency standards and best practices successfully used across the nation to improve on-scene responder and motorist safety. Develops qualified trainers for your state with uniform practices and advanced standards. All TIM Players attend the training creating a unified team approach allows the roads to be cleared faster Training modules are flexible and can incorporate local or state regulations or techniques.

34 Training in Your State 34 RESULTS In Atlanta, GA, improved incident response practices reduced secondary crashes by 69 percent in 12 months, saving lives and more than $1 million in delays. Saves Lives, Saves Money, Saves Time

35 FHWA Division POCs Engagement/Buy in from Police and Fire Leadership Implementation Committee Implementation Plan Draft 35 Training in Your State

36 AASHTO Committees and Subcommittees Gummada Murphy AASHTO Associate Program Director of Operations John Corbin Director of Traffic Operations, Wisconsin DOT 36

37 AASHTO Committees and Subcommittees AASHTO will inform its appropriate committees on the specifics of the SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program Committees will also consider any resolutions brought forward in support of the program at its meetings –Special Committee on Transportation Security and Emergency Management –Subcommittee on Systems Operation and Management Task Force on Incident Management –Subcommittee on Traffic Engineering –Subcommittee on Maintenance –Standing Committee on Highway Traffic Safety 37

38 AASHTO Committees and Subcommittees AASHTOs committees will assist FHWA in identifying trainers AASHTO will work to include sufficient number of state DOT representatives in the classroom and e-learning courses 38

39 AASHTO Committees and Subcommittees AASHTO will assist FHWA in outreach and marketing of the SHRP2 National TIM Responder Classroom Training Program AASHTO will identify champions at the state DOT level who will help advance this within their state and nationally, and will provide marketing assistance 39

40 QUESTIONS? (Please use the Q&A tab at the top of your LiveMeeting Screen) 40


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