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1 Brought to you by GOVERNANCE AND LOCAL GROUPS ORGANISATION IN THE US

2 The call comes in… …and emergency responders are rolling

3 GETTING FROM THE MEETING ROOM TO THE SCENE But how did we get here? What are we supposed to do? When will it end?

4 DISCUSSION POINTS Local Needs Regional Capabilities Statewide Coordination National Direction

5 THE INGREDIENTS OF LOCAL SUCCESS Recognized experts or accepted personalities Presence or visibility Controversy

6 SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL Institutional Architecture Process Maturity

7 FHWA ELG States TIM Network Transportation Law Enforcement Towing and Recovery Fire EMS Others MPOs SPC Transportation Operations and Safety Subcommittee Incident and Emergency Management Subcommittee Local TIM Teams A LOCAL TO NATIONAL MODEL

8 REGIONAL INFORMATION FLOW

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10 THE INGREDIENTS OF LOCAL SUCCESS Regional Steering Committee: Promote TIM to regional decision-makers Justify investment Remove institutional barriers Create joint operating policies/procedures Share best practices across region Promote the sense of inclusion and connection Emphasize the collaboration aspect of TIM Local TIM Teams: Focus on tactical issues Facilitate freeway operations plans or EMS response to trauma cases Conduct after action reviews, construction project awareness, training Focus on the coordination aspect of TIM

11 LOCAL GOVERNANCE – WHOS IN CHARGE? If we are waiting until we are at the scene, we failed If we are unwilling to manage in a unified way, we failed

12 Local US laws do not typically dictate who is in charge Successful areas execute cooperative agreements Do not set laws but do document agreements to work together STAKEHOLDERS TO ENGAGE

13 WHAT DO LOCAL TIM TEAMS NEED? Access Resources Support Answers

14 Improve communication After Action Reviews Host multidisciplinary training Share best practices and lessons learned with other TIM Teams LOCAL TIM TEAMS

15 An area TIM Team Intersection of a tollway and motorway creates congestion and response challenges Additional major north-south Arterial complicates the issue Two counties, two ministry of transport districts, three state police districts I-79/76 LOCAL TIM TEAM

16 Recent Activities Conducting after action reviews Completed cable median barrier training Scheduling scene setup training Working with DOT to establish more formal communication methods between the local TMC and the Regional TMC I-79/76 LOCAL TIM TEAM

17 Form a TIM Team Discuss Issues Develop a Culture of Trust Prioritize Emergency Responder Safety Emphasize safe, quick clearance Identify opportunities to improve public safety interoperability Establish Partnerships Develop and conduct table top exercises Discuss multiple scenarios such as disabled vehicles, single vehicle, multi-vehicle, heavy vehicle, and HAZMAT incidents Conduct national TIM Training (SHRP2) Train Together Develop/Append SOPs for incident response Execute MOUs and joint operations policies Develop/Append Courtesy Patrol SOPs Implement an open roads policy Formalize Procedures HOW TO PROCEED

18 COOPERATIVE AGREEMENTS

19 Online… Delivered to You Connected… 2500 Members in 45 states and several countries Trade associations from all TIM disciplines Corridor Coalitions Public Agencies Private Companies Academia Real-time Collaboration Continuing Education

20 Where and how to communicate What messages have value Be inclusive

21 Brought to you by For more information contact: Eric Rensel TIM Network Liaison


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