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Control of Traffic through Incident Management Areas

Control of Traffic through Incident Management Areas. Module 7.

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Control of Traffic through Incident Management Areas

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  1. Control of Traffic through Incident Management Areas Module 7 This training is provided under Susan B. Harwood No. SH-21004-10-60-F-8. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

  2. Definitions Traffic incident Traffic incident management

  3. Three Classes of Traffic Incident Duration Minor: Under 30 minutes Intermediate: From 30 minutes to 2 hours Major: Over 2 hours

  4. Major Incident (over 2 hrs) Diverted through lane shifts or detours TTC devices should be readily available

  5. Be prepared to deploy traffic control devices

  6. Tops of 28” cones Rolled up 4 ft by 4 ft signs

  7. 7 ft. Sign Supports

  8. 4 ft by 4 ft sign at 7 ft mounting height

  9. Provide trained flaggers to assist incident responders

  10. Public Works or Contractors may be needed to clear an accident

  11. Intermediate Incident (30 min to 2 hrs) Traffic control on scene to divert traffic TTC devices should be readily available

  12. Minor Incident (less than 30 minutes) Diversion into other lanes often not needed Generally not practical to set up lane closure If incident blocks lane, move to shoulder

  13. Requirements Signage/Cones Lighting Mutual planning

  14. Requirements Signage/Cones Lighting Mutual planning

  15. Requirements Signage/Cones Lighting Mutual planning

  16. Requirements Signage/Cones Lighting Mutual planning

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