Traffic Incident Management webinars Talking TIM Webinar
On Wednesday, October 23, the Talking TIM webinar series from FHWA will continue with In October when we’ll hear from Dennis O’Neil of Ohio DOT about the Ohio “Roll Call” video and “Leave It” training as well as Erick McCallum of CG Environmental on a unique approach to HAZMAT cleanups. Register today and also check out previous Talking TIM webinars on our YouTube channel. Better understand current TIM practices, technologies, and programs. Instructors: Paul Jodoin and James Austrich Paul is the TIM Program Manager in the FHWA Office of Operations with over 40 years of transportation experience James Austrich – National TIM Responder Training Program Update
FSTAR, Occupational Risks, and The Need for Firefighter Physicals. It is our belief that very few firefighters undergo the necessary medical monitoring needed to prevent or catch these potentially devastating, life-altering illnesses or injuries.
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Welcome to FSTAR! Our new flagship website, fstaresearch.org, includes a searchable research library and user-friendly summaries of cutting-edge research. We’ve gathered together over 200 research studies for you. Pick a keyword and start your search! Check out our new video on how to use the FSTAR website.
The first 50 website testers will receive an FSTAR luggage tag!
As we prepare for a full launch of the Firefighter Safety Through Advanced Research (FSTAR) project at Fire-Rescue International in August, we need your help in testing its website. We are making this process as simple and easy as possible. No previous experience or special equipment is required!