National Traffic Incident Management & Responder Safety Workshop

Friday August 2, 2013
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Shippensburg Firefighter Activity Center 33 West Orange Street Shippensburg, Pennsylvania 17257

Presented as Part of the 112th Annual CVVFA Convention

Instructor: Jack Sullivan Director of Training CVVFA Emergency Responder Safety Institute

No Cost to CVVFA Members
All others $5 Includes CVVFA Membership and one year dues Lunch Included

Register in Advance by email: [email protected] Provide Name, Address, Cell Phone Number

This workshop provides an overview of the safety hazards present at roadway incidents and a series of strategies and tactics designed to protect emergency response personnel, save lives, prevent injuries and clear incidents quickly to resume normal traffic flow. Crashes involving emergency personnel struck by vehicles while working emergency scenes on all types of roadways are reviewed and discussed and recommendations on how to protect your personnel and the incident scene are presented. The goals are to create awareness of a serious safety hazard, to encourage the development of multi-agency training and safe operating procedures to safeguard personnel, other motorists and the victims of the original incidents, and to provide for safe, quick clearance of roads and highways to restore normal traffic flow as soon as possible.


National Traffic Incident Management Workshop Updated 6-12-2013