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NTMIC "Anatomy of a Traffic Incident"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition provides basic information about what happens in traffic incident response. This information is intended for use in public education campaigns.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
30.42 KB
Adobe PDF File
"It's No Picnic Out Here" PSA
This video is a 30 second public service announcement reminding the public that responders are doing hard and dangerous work to keep roads safer and that they should slow down and give responders room to work safely. The format available here is WMV for PC. For other versions, including QuickTime for Mac, please visit the "It's No Picnic Out Here" PSA page: http://www.respondersafety.com/NoPicnic.aspx
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
5.75 MB
Windows Media Video
"Marked and Seen"
This video shows examples high visibility markings on fire, EMS, and police vehicles, including products for retrofitting fire apparatus built before to the NFPA 1901 Standard for Automotive Fire Apparatus went into effect in 2009. The format available here is WMV for PC. For other versions, including QuickTime for Mac, please visit the "Marked and Seen" page: http://www.respondersafety.com/MarkedAndSeen.aspx
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
179.55 MB
Windows Media Video
"Move It" PSA
The US Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are addressing the problem of secondary accidents and congestion on the highways caused by minor accidents. This PSA produced by Stonehouse Media Incorporated® for the CVVFA/Emergency Responder Safety Institute with funding from the Federal Highway Administration teaches drivers to stay in their vehicles and move their car off the road to safety if no one is seriously injured and your car is drivable. "Move it"
Upload Date: 11/15/2016
37.90 MB
MP4 Video
"Slow Down Move Over" PSA
This video is a 30 second public service announcement encouraging the public to slow down and move over when they see responders working on the roadway. The format available here is WMV for PC. For other versions, including QuickTime for Mac, please visit the "Slow Down Move Over" PSA page: http://www.respondersafety.com/SDMO.aspx
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
34.32 MB
MP4 Video
“Roadside Safety is No Accident” Safety Information Poster
This poster, suitable for EMS and fire departments to hang in their stations, reinforces safety practices when operating on the roadway.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
511.96 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Safety Education Materials  |  Training
Best Practices for Backing Fire Apparatus and Ambulances
The purpose of this guideline is to outline proper safety practices to be used when backing Fire Department vehicles and maneuvering in close-quarters situations.
Upload Date: 1/25/2018
1.92 MB
Microsoft Word Document
Categories:  SOP's / SOG's  |  Training
Best Practices for Backing Fire Apparatus and Ambulances
This video defines the important points in a backing up SOP, demonstrates a recommended backing up procedure using a spotter, and reinforces the importance of training on and enforcing the backing up SOP.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
343.28 MB
MP4 Video
Best Practices to Minimize Injuries and Deaths While Using a POV for Responses
To prevent injuries and deaths resulting from accidents involving POV responses.
Upload Date: 9/14/2015
1.02 MB
Adobe PDF File
Blocking Procedures at Roadway Incidents
This downloadable video program is a short version of the Blocking Procedures at Roadway Incidents module on the Responder Safety Learning Network.
Upload Date: 7/18/2012
174.00 MB
MP4 Video
Building Safer Highway Work Zones: Measures to Prevent Worker Injuries From Vehicles and Equipment
Through synthesis of current research on highway work zone safety with input from participants in a December 1998 workshop, this document offers measures that contractors, agencies, policymakers, manufacturers, law enforcement, and the research community can take to reduce occupational injuries in highway work zones.
Upload Date: 1/7/2013
565.89 KB
Adobe PDF File
Developing Traffic Control Assistant Training Programs
This document from the Emergency Responder Safety Institute and the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association assists public safety agencies in developing traffic control training programs. Topics addressed include policy development, qualifications, performance objectives, recruitment, content development, implementation, and examples of successful model programs.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
1.67 MB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Training
Emergency Vehicle Visibility and Conspicuity Study
This report, produced in partnership between the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) and the International Fire Service Training Association (IFSTA), analyzes emergency vehicle visibility and conspicuity with an eye toward expanding efforts in these areas to improve vehicle and roadway operations safety for all emergency responders. Emphasis in this report is placed on passive visibility/conspicuity treatments. Key finidings include additional research on emergency vehicle visibility and conspicuity in the United States, with particular emphasis on the interaction between civilian drivers and emergency vehicles during responses and on incident scenes.
Upload Date: 12/27/2012
2.18 MB
Adobe PDF File
Evaluation of Chemical and Electric Flares
Following a brief literature review, this research project conducted a comparison of the different flares and related traffic control devices in order to identify and examine alternative highway flare systems utilizing chemical or electric sources of energy to determine their suitability and visibility.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
698.76 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Advance Warning  |  Reports
Example Suggested Traffic Control Professional Equipment List from the Adams Area Fire District
This document is a recommended example of a traffic control professional equipment list. It was provided by the Adams Area Fire District.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
11.10 KB
Adobe PDF File
Florida Highway Patrol Emergency Lighting Research & Prototype Evaluation
Beginning in 1998, the Florida Highway Patrol began to examine safety issues surrounding the roadside environment in which we do much of our work. This began with a holistic approach, looking into all aspects of the issue. This includes working with manufacturers to make the vehicles safer, the installation of aftermarket equipment, policies and procedures for making the stops and working outside the vehicle as a pedestrian.
Upload Date: 3/27/2013
1.71 MB
Adobe PDF File
Florida Highway Patrol Enhancing Rear - Approach Conspicuity of Police Vehicles
The nature of law enforcement work requires police vehicles be frequently stopped on or near roadways, exposing them to a risk of rear-end type collisions. Beyond emergency vehicle lighting, what treatments can enhance vehicle conspicuity to mitigate those risks?
Upload Date: 3/27/2013
421.76 KB
Adobe PDF File
Highway Incident Safety and MUTCD Guidelines for Emergency Responders
The Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association (CVVFA) and their Emergency Responder Safety Institute (ERSI) developed this manual and the accompanying online-based training course for first responders and other personnel who respond to roadway incident scenes. In the initial minutes of a roadway incident, responders often find themselves operating in moving traffic at great peril.
Upload Date: 11/6/2013
1.31 MB
Adobe PDF File
Highway Lane Designations and Terminology
This reference card from the Emergency Responder Safety Institute illustrates the accepted highway lane numbering system and nomenclature for describing roadways in consistent terms.
Upload Date: 5/9/2011
205.95 KB
Adobe PDF File
Improvised Explosive Device (IED) Safe Standoff Distance Cheat Sheet
This reference card lists the safe standoff distances for different improvised explosive devices, vehicles potentially carrying explosives and/or improvised explosive devices, and LPG tank sizes.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
336.50 KB
Microsoft Word Document
Law Enforcement Stops & Safety Subcommittee: Staff Study 2004.
This 2004 Staff Study Report documents the work to date of the Law Enforcement Stops and Safety Subcommittee. It includes technology, practices, and research related to improving officer safety and preventing police vehicle crashes. Recommendations are included at the end of each section of the re¬port as benchmarks against which to measure future successes to improve the safety of police vehicles, highway environment and design, and traffic stop practices.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
648.68 KB
Adobe PDF File
Managing Emergency Incidents on the Roadway: Instructor Manual
This document from the Emergency Responder Safety Institute and the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association is the Instructor Manual for the course “Managing Emergency Incidents on the Roadway.” This program was developed to provide emergency services leaders and instructors with information and tools on traffic incident management that they can use to train other emergency responders in there departments or agencies. This Manual includes both classroom management information, full speaker’s notes for the training presentation, and a tabletop exercise.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
7.16 MB
Adobe PDF File
Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices
The Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) is a compilation of national standards for all traffic control devices, including road markings, highway signs, and traffic signals. The MUTCD is used by road managers nationwide to install and maintain traffic control devices on all public streets, highways, bikeways, and private roads open to public traffic.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
32.86 MB
Adobe PDF File
Map of State Move Over Laws
This color-coded map indicates the U.S. states with Move Over laws. Courtesy of AAA.
Upload Date: 12/2/2010
31.61 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Reports  |  Slow Down, Move Over Laws
Minor Accidents and Move it/Fender Bender Laws
A customizable media advisory template to help PIOs and public educators get the word out about Move It/Fender Bender Laws.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
29.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document
Model SOP/SOG: “Safe Positioning While Operating In or Near Moving Traffic”
This document is a model SOP/SOG to use as a “go by” when formulating your departments’ SOP/SOG on safe position of apparatus while operating on or near the roadway.
Upload Date: 7/11/2012
78.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document
Model SOP: Safety Apparel While Working in Or Near Moving Traffic
This document is a model SOP to use as a “go by” when formulating your department’s SOP on the use of safety apparent while working in or near moving traffic.
Upload Date: 11/21/2008
34.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document
Categories:  SOP's / SOG's  |  High Visibility PPE
Model Standard Operating Guideline (SOG) for Cone, Flare, or Sign Deployment at Traffic-Related Incidents
This document is a model SOG to use as a “go by” when formulating your department’s SOG for cone, flare, or sign deployment at traffic-related incidents.
Upload Date: 11/2/2009
1.32 MB
Microsoft Word Document
Model Standard Operating Guideline (SOG) for Cone, Flare, or Sign Deployment at Traffic-Related Incidents
This document is a model SOG to use as a “go by” when formulating your department’s SOG for cone, flare, or sign deployment at traffic-related incidents.
Upload Date: 11/2/2009
1.32 MB
Microsoft Word Document
Move Over Slow Down Media Advisory
A customizable media advisory template to help PIOs and public educators get the word out about Move Over Laws.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
27.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document
Move-Over Laws Chart
This chart summarizes the Move Over laws in U.S. states, with code citations and links to full text of code where available. Courtesy of AAA.
Upload Date: 12/2/2010
207.19 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Reports  |  Slow Down, Move Over Laws
National Census of Fatal Occupation Injuries in 2005
This report summarizes the data on fatal occupational injuries in the year 2005, covering all occupational groups. Fatal highway accidents were the most frequent type of fatal workplace event. Data is broken down in several ways, including by type of incident, by industry, by occupation, by demographics, and by State. Multiple full data tables are presented.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
91.86 KB
Text File
National Unified Goal Bookmark
This bookmark publicizes the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management and its strategies.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
1.93 MB
Adobe PDF File
National Unified Goal FAQ
This document answers Frequently Asked Questions about need for and development of the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
827.90 KB
Adobe PDF File
National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management
This document summarizes the 18 Strategies in the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
192.71 KB
Adobe PDF File
National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management: Detailed Explanation
This document provides additional, detailed explanation for each of the 18 Strategies in the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
222.83 KB
Adobe PDF File
National Unified Goal Talking Points
This document provides talking points for speakers presenting the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
135.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document
National Unified Goal Trifold Brochure
This trifold brochure summarizes the National Unified Goal for Traffic Incident Management, how it was developed, what organizations were involved in developing it. Detail on the strategies is not included in this document.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
1.24 MB
Adobe PDF File
New York State Emergency Traffic Control and Scene Management Guidelines
These guidelines were established to provide incident responders in the state of New York a uniform approach to emergency traffic control and scene management. The guidelines include incident response priorities, incident classification, responder safety, responder vehicles, establishing the traffic incident management area, staging, breakdown, and investigation.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
2.75 MB
Adobe PDF File
NFPA 1091: Standard for Traffic Control Incident Management Professional Qualifications
This standard is currently in development (to be released 2014). This standard identifies the minimum job performance requirements (JPRs) necessary to perform temporary traffic control duties at emergency incidents on, or near an active roadway. The pre-draft standard is available online.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
304.76 KB
Adobe PDF File
NIOSH Report as a LODD Investigation
Career Fire Fighter Dies When Backed Over While Spotting an Apparatus - New Jersey
Upload Date: 9/23/2013
246.16 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Line of Duty Deaths (LODD)  |  Reports
Nova Scotia Emergency Responders Traffic Management Guidelines for Emergency Scenes
This manual, developed in Nova Scotia, Canada, presents guidelines for traffic management, including setup of the emergency traffic control zone, vehicle positioning, traffic control device placement, and incident command setup.
Upload Date: 6/11/2008
8.45 MB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Benefits of Traffic Incident Management"
This paper from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition summarizes currently available information about the benefits of Traffic Incident Management (TIM), including congestion relief, economic savings, energy conservation and environmental benefits, public health and safety improvements, reduced mortality and morbidity, increased responder safety, reduced public safety personnel requirements, and increased customer satisfaction. The document also discusses ways to measure these benefits.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
1.78 MB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Example Strategies for Building Stronger State TIM Programs"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition reviews examples of traffic incident management (TIM) strategies to build stronger state TIM programs. These strategies include interagency strategic planning, statewide best practices guidelines, stronger working partnerships between agencies, performance goals, and workable TIM organizational structures. The document also summarizes example state and local TIM programs.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
446.97 KB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Lane Designation Terminology"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition provides a common terminology for use by responders during traffic incidents when identifying the location of the incident and the preferred position for arriving response vehicles and equipment. The document encourages response agencies to adopt this common terminology.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
1.32 MB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Prompt, Reliable Incident Communications"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition provides a framework for improving incident communications, including response planning, incident notification protocols, public advisories, emergency routing, CAD-ITS integration, and emerging communications technologies.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
543.74 KB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Responder Safety"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition reviews available data on responder fatalities that occurred while working on the roadways and suggests strategies to reduce the incidence of these fatalities.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
483.53 KB
Adobe PDF File
NTMIC "Safe, Quick Clearance"
This document from the National Traffic Incident Management Coalition proposes strategies to achieve safe, quick clearance of traffic incidents.
Upload Date: 12/17/2012
919.63 KB
Adobe PDF File
On-Duty Deaths of Fire-Police Officers, 1991-2010
This report from the National Fire Protection Association summarizes the data for on-duty deaths of fire-police officers from 1991-2010, including demographic characteristics, nature of injury, and type of duty. Further detail on the specifics of some incidents is also presented.
Upload Date: 12/2/2011
76.13 KB
Adobe PDF File
PIO & Public Educator Engagement Infographic
This infographic displays some of the highest-impact facts and statistics about roadway incident safety. Unfortunately, we don't have all the statistics we would like, but many entities continue to work on sharpening the picture of the risks first responders and the public face at emergency scenes on the roadway.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
381.54 KB
Adobe PDF File
PIO & Public Educator Engagement Press Package
This press package on safe driving practices when passing emergency scenes for PIOs and public educators to use for public education includes a backgrounder on safe driving practices, an infographic, a push card, sample media advisories, and sample media contact emails.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
5.79 MB
Adobe PDF File
PIO & Public Educator Engagement Pushcard
This push card, sponsored by ResponderSafety.com, contains important safety messages for the public about what actions to take when approaching and passing an emergency scene on the roadway. The push card is appropriate for distribution at rest areas, service plazas, community events, community presentations, driver education schools, motor vehicle bureaus, and other driver information distribution opportunities.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
2.09 MB
Adobe PDF File
Position of the Emergency Responder Safety Institute on the Use of Advance Warning Traffic Signs
This statement presents the position of the CVVFA Emergency Responder Safety Institute on the use of temporary traffic signs for advance warning at roadway incidents.
Upload Date: 6/7/2011
183.62 KB
Adobe PDF File
PPE & Warning Sign Reflectivity Comparison
Don’t be "That" Guy! PPE & Warning Sign Reflectivity Comparison
Upload Date: 12/2/2015
1.20 MB
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
Categories:  Training  |  High Visibility PPE  |  Advance Warning
PPE For Responders Working In or Near Moving Traffic (PDF format)
This presentation is an excerpt from the University of Extrication “Safe Parking” highway safety program by Ron Moore, Battalion Chief, McKinney, TX FD. The segment in this presentation addresses the issue of proper PPE for responders working in or near moving traffic.
Upload Date: 7/21/2008
25.59 MB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  High Visibility PPE
Protecting Emergency Responders on the Highway: A Ten Year Review by the Emergency Responder Safety Institute
This document looks at the progress on implementing recommendations from “Protecting Emergency Responders on the Highways: A White Paper by the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association” in the ten years since the original summit convened and makes additional recommendations for the continuing effort to reduce the incidence of secondary incidents.
Upload Date: 3/27/2011
329.33 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  White Papers  |  Reports
Protecting Emergency Responders on the Highways: A White Paper by the Cumberland Valley Volunteer Firemen’s Association
This document presents recommendations from a highway responder summit (and subsequent panel review) chaired by the CVVFA that looked into the scope, causes, and potential solutions to the problem of secondary incidents at highway response scenes. The recommendations in this document fall under five major subject headings -- training, operations, human resources, public education, and legislation/regulation/research/standards.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
81.89 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Reports  |  White Papers
Simplified Guide to the Incident Command System for Transportation Professionals
This guide from the Federal Highway Administration introduces the Incident Command System (ICS) to stakeholders who may be called upon to provide specific expertise, assistance, or material dur¬ing highway incidents but who may be largely unfamiliar with ICS organization and operations. Topics covered include the ICS organizational structure, unified command, advance planning and coordination, and implementation.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
2.12 MB
Adobe PDF File
Social Media PSA Leave Your Phone Alone
A short video Public Service Announcement on distracted driving meant to be shared on social media.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
22.35 MB
MP4 Video
Social Media PSA Move It
A short video Public Service Announcement on Move It Laws meant to be shared on social media.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
20.87 MB
MP4 Video
Social Media PSA Move Over Slow Down
A short video Public Service Announcement on Move Over Laws meant to be shared on social media.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
13.00 MB
MP4 Video
State of New Jersey Highway Incident Traffic Safety Guidelines for Emergency Responders
This document provides uniform operational guidelines to ensure safe operations by emergency responders dispatched to incidents on limited access highways in the State of New Jersey. These guidelines identify vehicle safe positioning, common general safety, and onsite practices for all emergency responders.
Upload Date: 11/30/2010
588.01 KB
Adobe PDF File
Study of Protecting Emergency Responders on the Highways and Operation of Emergency Vehicles
A Review of First Responder Agencies Who Have Adopted Emergency Lighting and Vehicle Conspicuity Technology
Upload Date: 7/24/2018
1.64 MB
Adobe PDF File
Suggested Traffic Control Professional Equipment List
This document is a list of recommended equipment for a traffic control professional.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
10.59 KB
Adobe PDF File
Task Analysis for Emergency Responders at Roadway Incidents
This report from the Emergency Responder Safety Institute details the findings of a panel convened to review typical functions performed by emergency responders at roadway incidents in an effort to develop a set of job performance requirements for the job functions critical to safe emergency operations at roadway incidents. This report discusses the process utilized, outlines the specific job performance requirements for critical positions assigned to emergency responders and provides guidance on the use of the requirements by potential users and training organizations.
Upload Date: 8/18/2009
158.28 KB
Adobe PDF File
Temporary Traffic Control (TTC) Zone Reference Diagram and Emergency Responder Checklist
This ResponderSafety.Com reference card diagrams the layout of a temporary traffic control (TTC) zone and provides important traffic management details, including incident magnitude definitions, TTC area lengths based on posted speed limit, and an Emergency Responder Checklist for crucial roadway response actions.
Upload Date: 5/9/2011
412.56 KB
Adobe PDF File
Temporary Traffic Control For 1st Responders (Reference Card)
This ResponderSafety.Com reference card diagrams the layout of a temporary traffic control (TTC) zone and provides distance information for vehicle stopping, advanced warning signage, and distance estimation based on common landmarks.
Upload Date: 5/9/2011
101.16 KB
Adobe PDF File
Ten Cones of Highway Safety
This video makes plain the dangers of working on the roadway, the grave reality of line of duty deaths occurring on the roadway, and explains the “ten cones of highway safety” for responders to practice to work more safely on the road.
Upload Date: 12/21/2012
390.40 MB
MP4 Video
The First 15 Minutes - Decision Making at Roadway Incidents
This Power Point program provides training for responders on the first arriving apparatus at a highway incident. The first 15 minutes of an incident often sets the tone for the entire response. Learn how practices such as “windshield size up” can make the scene safer.
Upload Date: 9/6/2013
26.74 MB
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
Towing and Recovery Association of America Vehicle Identification Guide
This reference card illustrates the different classes of vehicles and lists the needed vehicle details to ensure that communications with a towing and recovery company are accurate and thus the correct tow truck type is dispatched for the vehicle needing assistance.
Upload Date: 5/7/2008
119.98 KB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Safety Education Materials  |  Training
Traffic Hazards to Fire Fighters While Working Along Roadways
This alert describes the hazards facing fire fighters working along roadways, presents two case studies, and lists recommendations for prevention of struck bys.
Upload Date: 1/7/2013
105.84 KB
Adobe PDF File
Traffic Incident Management Area (TIMA)
Traffic Incident Management Area (TIMA)
Upload Date: 12/13/2018
330.58 KB
Adobe PDF File
Traffic Incident Management Handbook
This handbook from the Federal Highway Administration includes the latest advances in TIM programs and practices across the country, and offers practitioners insights into the latest innovations in TIM tools and technologies, including strategic, tactical, and support elements.
Upload Date: 12/20/2012
1.43 MB
Adobe PDF File
Traffic Incident Management Systems
This report from the U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) provides guidance to local-level fire departments on compliance with the Department of Transportation’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) and the National Fire Service Incident Management System Consortium’s (NFSIMSC’s) Model Procedures Guide for Highway Incidents. This document details incident case studies, describes equipment to improve highway safety, shows how to set up a safe traffic incident management area, explains incident command for highway incidents, and lists best practices and other sources of information on effective highway incident operations.
Upload Date: 5/31/2008
4.87 MB
Adobe PDF File
Categories:  Reports  |  Traffic Incident Management
Vehicle Marking and Technology for Increased Highway Visibility: A Reference Guide for Decision-Makers
This resource guide provides visual examples of high-visibility marking schemes applied to the rear and sides of a variety of vehicles, including automobiles, pickup trucks, utility truck vehicles, SUVs, vans, box-type trucks, and large service vehicles.
Upload Date: 1/16/2013
37.51 MB
Microsoft PowerPoint Presentation
Vehicle Marking and Technology for Increased Highway Visibility: A Reference Guide for Decision-Makers
This resource guide provides visual examples of high-visibility marking schemes applied to the rear and sides of a variety of vehicles, including automobiles, pickup trucks, utility truck vehicles, SUVs, vans, box-type trucks, and large service vehicles. This is the handicapped accessible version of the PDF format of this document.
Upload Date: 1/16/2013
3.92 MB
Adobe PDF File
Visitors Center Loop
This video loop is meant to be used at Visitors Centers. It contains PSAs for: Slow Down Move Over, It’s No Picnic Out Here, Move It, and Leave Your Phone Alone.
Upload Date: 8/6/2018
240.18 MB
MP4 Video
Watch Out Behind You!
A full operations level training program that may be taught in modules. Suggested presenters should be at least a level one instructor. Suggested teaching time is 4 hours total.
Upload Date: 9/6/2013
213.06 MB
ZIP file
What To Do When Approaching an Emergency Scene on the Roadway
A customizable media advisory template to help PIOs and public educators get the word out about what to do when approaching an emergency scene on the roadway.
Upload Date: 7/17/2018
29.00 KB
Microsoft Word Document

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