Upcoming TIM Training Events

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SHRP2 TIM Training (Free)
Feb. 7 - 9, 2017 - Two sessions daily
Catoosa County Fire Department (5282 Evitt St., Ringgold)

Three days of four-hour traffic incident management training sessions available. All first responders are invited to attend this training. The SHRP2 comprehensive curriculum uses a common set of scene-safety practices and advanced standards across all responder disciplines. 

8 a.m. to 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. (two identical sessions offered daily)
RSVP is required.
Contact to RSVP:
Mike Richardson, Battalion Chief
706-861-4194 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Contact for more information:
Danny Thompson, Traffic Incident Management Specialist - Parsons
470-248-0293 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Highway Work Zone TIM Training Webinar (Free)
Feb. 8, 2017 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The US DOT FHWA has developed a new training presentation for first responders on the best practices on prevention, response and follow-up involving Work Zone Traffic Incident Management (WZ TIM). Dealing with motor vehicle crashes or similar incidents in a highway construction zone requires the combined skills of many people including police, fire, emergency medical services (EMS), highway agency, and contractor personnel. WZ-TIM is more complicated than ordinary TIM because access to the incident site is often difficult, there is limited space for response operations, and there are more organizations to coordinate. Click here to download a training flyer.

To register, please follow the webinar link. Before the webinar, please complete the survey and take the pre-test at the links below.
Webinar - https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/9117901764188785923
Survey - https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_e8KnzDgZhIsB4rj
Pre-test - https://uwmadison.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_0SQZn1ePLwjJcu9


8-Hour Incident Management Training (FREE)
8 a.m. - March 9, 2017 @ HERO HQ

Combination of SHRP2 traffic incident management (TIM) training and hands-on traffic control training. Supplies eight hours of ongoing / continuing education and one-time, 8-hour TIM training for all TRIP Supervisors and Operators. Seating limited and RSVP required.

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New Open Roads Policy Endorsement - Henry Co. Fire and Police

TIME is pleased to welcome the Open Roads Policy endorsement of the Henry County Fire and Police Departments.


New Open Roads Policy Endorsements

TIME is pleased to welcome Open Roads Policy endorsements from the City of Alpharetta Department of Public Safety and K & K Towing and Recovery



TIME Task Force - 4th Quarter 2016 News

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TIME Committee Chairmen Nominations

The TIME Task Force is now accepting nominations for the chairmanships of four committees - Communications, Operations, Programs and Training.

All positions include the functions below:

  • Participate as a member of the Board of Directors, attending monthly Board of Director meetings and special meetings as scheduled.
  • Conduct initiatives to further the goals of the TIME Task Force.
  • Attend TIME Quarterly Meetings.
  • Assist with conference and meeting planning and production.
  • Attend the TIME Annual Conference.
  • Commit to a two-year term.

Click here to download and complete the nomination form. Send nominations to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Deadline: 12 p.m. Dec. 7, 2016.


It's No Picnic Out Here - PSA

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Free TIM Webinar - Oct. 13

Free T3 Webinar: Making the Business Case for Traffic Incident Management Programs
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM ET

Agencies know intuitively that there is a profound value in traffic incident management (TIM) programs; however, it is often challenging to estimate and communicate the value of TIM internally to executive management and externally to decision makers. Typically, a one-time report presenting an “analysis,” “evaluation,” or “study” is generated to summarize benefits after a TIM program or project has been implemented. This report, while a key component of a solid business case, is not sufficient to transform a TIM program or project from a stand-alone effort to a core-sustaining function of an agency. To guide TIM agencies and their partner organizations towards the development of a strong business case for their programs, FHWA has developed a report, “Making the Business Case for Traffic Incident Management.”

During the webinar, participants will learn about the four-phase process for developing a TIM business case, as well as the key components and products required for an effective business case. Additionally, participants will hear of firsthand experiences from two State DOT representatives on the progression for their rural and urban TIM programs. Participants will learn how these two different DOTs made their business case, the challenges they faced in establishing their program, and the value they found from conducting and communicating their program’s business case.

Click here to register.