4 How are we doing?What is the percentage of responders wearing their high visibility vest?Overall 59%Law Enforcement 55%Fire 56%Transportation 70%Towing 78%Other 60%
5 How are we doing?Michigan now has a TIM Action Plan with a TIM Action Team meeting every other month of multi-disciplines.7 SMART GOAL for TIM
6 Strategic Highway Research Program Authorized by Congress to address some of the most pressing needs related to the nation’s highway systemResearch areas: Safety, Renewal, Reliability, CapacityAdministered by Transportation Research Board (TRB):Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)America Association of State Highway and Trans Officials (AASHTO)FHWA is lead on implementation
7 SHRP2 : National Traffic Incident Management Responder Course Objectives:Improved responder safetyImproved reliability (reduced incident duration)Improved motorist safety (reduced secondary crashes)Approach:Researched core competenciesAll disciplines participated every stepDevelopment of multi-disciplinary training program for all responder stakeholdersCross-training in TIM core competencies
8 National TIM Responder Training Program Implementation Progress - As of February 28, 2014 6940511,555358621,6611184430426152355929,1111229883768838233,066245617405886596021,1841,8899342,021231,433133471,896Conducted TtT and/or TIM Training in Progress32,891Number of Responders Trained(Not Including TtT Session Participants)TtT Session PlannedNo TtT Scheduled To Date
9 Training Totals - As of February 28, 2014 DisciplineTrain-the-TrainerResponder TrainingTotalPercentageLaw Enforcement94912,17513,12436.7%Fire/Rescue75810,43511,19331.3%Towing and Recovery1991,8922,0915.8%EMS971,1351,2323.4%DOT/Transportation6475,2685,91516.5%Other Disciplines2141,9862,2006.2%2,86432,89135,755100.0%Number of Sessions711,262--
10 SHRP2: Training Course Elements Course Design:Can be taught in a 10 hour intensive course, 4 hour modified and a single lesson modulesSome states have developed a modified 2 hour hours coursesTable tops exercisesTaught by two different disciplinesMichigan Approvals:MCOLESMichigan Fire Fighter Training Council
11 Audience Law Enforcement officers Fire and Rescue personnel Transportation ProfessionalsPublic worksEmergency medical servicesTowing and recoveryHazmat respondersMedical examinerDispatcher/PSAPSMiscellaneous responders
12 Mi-TIME Michigan Traffic Incident Management Effort Sub-Team formed from the TIM Action Team composed of Law Enforcement, Fire, EMS, and TransportationMichigan will have three Train the Trainer sessions.Candidate will have to submit an Application/Commitment FormSub-Team will review all Applicationsand approve Trainers.
13 Mi-TIMEApplication/Commitment Form will disturbed through List Serves and AssociationsFirst Trainer the Trainer Session will be in Lansing, May 28th and 29thThe state will be broken into training regions (same as MDOT Regions)Currently building a website for Mi-TIMEUsing Lessons Learned and Best Practices from other states
14 What are we looking for in a trainer? Has experience trainingCommitment to the program – At least 16 hours of instruction/12 month period with a 2 year commitmentManagement/supervisor concurrenceParticipation in meetings & updating recordsSome possible out of pocket cost if agency doesn't reimburseTrainer has to believe in the Open Roads PhilosophyThe Sub-Team is looking for a diverse group of trainers geographically and by disciplines.
15 SMART Goals for Michigan Implement the SHRP 2 TIM Train the Trainer (TtT) program in Michigan and have 120 trainers trained by December 31, 2014.Implement the SHRP 2 TIM TtT program in Michigan and have 1,500 first responders trained by December 31, 2016.
16 Under DevelopmentE-Learning Course: An eTools version of the training will be developed to facilitate wide scale deployment of the training.Pilot second quarter of 2014FHWA implement third quarter of 2014Hosted by National Highway Institute (NHI)