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Broward and Palm Beach Severe Incident Response Vehicle (SIRV) Brochure

Uploaded By: Bill Benson Reference Number: AA-00280 Views: 3058 Created: 2015-01-13 15:55 Last Updated: 2015-04-14 19:49 0 Rating/ Voters

The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is responsible for building, maintaining and operating the highway systems in Florida. Part of operating the highway system is managing emergency incidents in accordance with the Florida Open Roads Policy. The Severe Incident Response Vehicle (SIRV) Team was created to provide an immediate FDOT Incident Command presence on the scene of severe incidents affecting I-95, I-75 and I-595 in Broward County and on I-95 in Palm Beach County. The SIRV Team is dispatched by the SMART SunGuide Transportation Management Center. SIRV responds 24 hours a day, seven days a week to severe traffic incidents, such as full highway closures, fatalities, overturned commercial trucks, and any other event that may last longer than 2 hours. This brochure explains the SIRV Team's role in incident command, its hazmat mitigation services, its role in the maintenance of traffic, and its roadway repair services. It also explains the SIRV Team's training and what equipment is carried on SIRV trucks.

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Agency/Organization (or Publication/Conference):Florida Department of Transportation District 4
State:Florida
Year:2013
Website:

http://www.smartsunguide.com/SIRV.aspx


National Unifying Goal (NUG) Strategies:Multidisciplinary NIMS & TIM Training, Practices for Responder Safety, Multidisciplinary TIM Procedures
Industry Topics:Hazmat, ICS & NIMS, On Scene Management\Quick Clearance, Outreach, Safety Service Patrols (SSPs), Traffic Management, Training
Resource Type:Presentations & Handouts
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SIRV.pdf 2.4 Mb Download File
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