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New Jersey Southern Area First Responders Incident Management Task Force Highway Incident Traffic Safety Guidelines for Emergency Responders, Version 3

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The area covered by this document is associated with limited access highways of NJ 42, NJ 55, I-76, I-676, and I-295 in Camden and Gloucester Counties. The document provides incident responders with uniform operational guidelines to ensure safe operations on the following limited access highway in Camden and Gloucester Counties: NJ 42, NJ 55, I-676, I-76, and I-295. These guidelines were formulated based on input from representatives of the New Jersey Southern Area First Responders (NJ SAFR) Incident Management Task Force (IMTF), previously known as the NJ Route 42/55, I-76/676/295 IMTF. This document is intended to be used by incident responders as a guideline for decision-making, and can be modified as necessary to address existing conditions. This is the third version, or second revision, of the 2005 NJ Route 42/55, I-76/676/295 IMTF Policy and Procedures Manual. Guidelines set forth in this document are consistent with the State of New Jersey Highway Incident Traffic Safety Guidelines for Emergency Responders, which was endorsed by the New Jersey Attorney General in 2010. It is not intended to be a textbook, nor a substitute for training, technical knowledge, experience, or effective judgment. Publication No.: 12077.

Agency/Organization (or Publication/Conference):Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
State:New Jersey

National Unifying Goal (NUG) Strategies:TIM Partnerships & Programs, Practices for Responder Safety, Multidisciplinary TIM Procedures, Multidisciplinary Communication Practices & Procedures
Industry Topics:ICS & NIMS, On Scene Management\Quick Clearance, Traffic Management
Resource Type:Guidance & Policy
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