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Wednesday, January 12 • 10:30am - 11:45am
Roadway Incident Safety & Survival

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Roadway Incident Safety and Survival Distracted, drowsy, drunk, drugged and disgruntled drivers are striking firefighters, EMTs, other emergency responders and emergency vehicles at roadway incidents with increasing frequency. Fire & EMS personnel must train and operate in a methodical and professional manner at all roadway incidents. Roads and highways are some of the most dangerous areas of operation for firefighters and EMTs so it is critical that personnel establish and maintain a solid defensive strategy during all roadway operations. This session will review specific case studies, describe successful strategies and tactics for roadway operations, and educate attendees about emerging technologies that present even more hazards and also some potential solutions for crew safety. Participants will walk away with the essential steps and actions every FD should be taking to protect their personnel from being struck at roadway incidents. .

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Jack Sullivan

Training Director, Responder Safety
Retired Volunteer Firefighter, Company Officer, Deputy Chief, and FD Safety Officer; Certified Safety Professional (CSP); Loss Control Consultant (40 years, semi-retired); subject matter expert on roadway incident safety for Firefighters, EMTs, and other emergency responders and working... Read More →

Wednesday January 12, 2022 10:30am - 11:45am MST
Grande Ballroom F