Registration for the 2024 TIME Conference is now open!

New Georgia TIM Guidelines

Now Available! Read the new version of the TIM Guidelines.

2023 Executive Briefing Breakfast Sponsors

Many thanks to all our sponsors for the Executive Briefing Breakfast! We are so grateful for all who attended the event in August.

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Incident and Safety training for Georgia

 

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SHRP2 TRAINING PROGRAM

Through collaboration with the Federal Highway Administration, Responder Safety offers an online National TIM Training Certificate for registrants that complete ten specific programs. For more information and to register for the National TIM Training Certificate program, please visit:

https://learning.respondersafety.com/Clusters/National-TIM-Training-Certificate.aspx

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About TIME

What is the TIME (Traffic Incident Management Enhancement) Task Force?

TIME (Traffic Incident Management Enhancement) Task Force is a state-wide incident management program committed to facilitating the safest and fastest roadway clearance and lessening the impact on emergency responders and the motoring public. The Task Force is made up of dedicated and concerned incident responders from transportation agencies, fire, rescue, police, towing, emergency medical services, and more. Learn more about TIME here.

 

Our Mission

Develop and sustain a statewide incident management program to facilitate the safest and fastest roadway clearance, lessening the impact on emergency responders and the motoring public. The purpose of the TIME Task Force is three-fold:

1. To continue the dialogue on ways to improve inter-agency coordination and cooperation.

2. To create an opportunity for multi-agency training which promotes teamwork.

3. To serve as a platform for participants to develop common operational strategies and a better understanding of other agencies’ roles and responsibilities.

 

Join The TIME Task Force

Supporting and being a part of the TIME Task Force is easy and free.

Simply plan to join a quarterly or annual meeting and send us an email stating that you would like to be part of our email list. Reach us at info@timetaskforce.com.

Thanks for your interest in the TIME Task Force!

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