Can We Talk? Effective Communication During Roadway Emergencies
Safety Service Training - November Webinar
* Registration open until 11/16/21 at 11:59 PM (EST)
Secondary crashes are a leading cause of injuries and deaths to emergency responders working at roadway incidents. In 2019, 44 emergency responders were struck & killed, and thousands of other responders injured at roadway incident scenes, in 2020, 46 emergency responders were struck & killed. So far in 2021, 48 emergency responders have been struck & killed (as of September 29, 2021), this number will surely increase.
Effective communications, increased situational awareness and utilizing a unified command approach to roadway incidents lead to safe, efficient clearance of the roadway and less time being a target for “D” Drivers (Drunk, Drugged, Drowsy, Distracted or just plain Dumb).
This session will look at techniques and best practices for roadway safety for you and your emergency responders and give information on what you can do from the Township level to help support safety in your community.
Tod Leiss, Traffic Incident Management Coordinator, Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
If you would like to register via a paper form, you can download one at the link above (note that a separate form must be filled out for each registrant).
- Make all checks payable to Ohio Township Association; payment for more than one attendee can be included in the same check.
- The form can be mailed to the Ohio Township Association at 6500 Taylor Rd. Suite A, Blacklick, OH 43004, faxed to 614-863-9751, or emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. (Emailed forms will require mailed payment to the address above.)
- Paper registration forms are due five business days prior to the event.
For More Information:
Once purchased, webinars are non-refundable. If your refund request is due to a scheduling conflict, contact Michael Zaky for assistance with links to the recording after the webinar. He can be reached at email@example.com or 614-863-0045.