Roadway-related incidents constitute some of the greatest health and safety concerns for first responders. While police, fire, and other emergency personnel put their lives on the line during response operations, secondary incidents often occur due to the lack of traffic control incident management. All-new NFPA 1091: Standard for Traffic Control Incident Management Professional Qualifications helps reduce the risks to response personnel and the public through proper traffic control training.
NFPA 1091 promotes safer operations with:
Across the country, personnel who respond to roadway incidents are subject to an increasing amount of dangerous situations due to distracted motorists.
To help address this recognized problem and protect lives, this first edition of NFPA 1091 was developed with input from a Technical Committee of experts on the subject of traffic control incident management and highway safety. It's a critical resource for AHJs and anyone concerned with the health and safety of response personnel.