The NIMS program has a website that includes multiple pages and documents referring to implementation and compliance guidelines, training, and information about the National Integration Center (NIC).
The NIMS website has a page devoted to emergency management training courses, including documents for the NIMS Training Program, the NRF Integrated Emergency Management Course, NIMS courses and other NIMS-related training, and a FAQs section.
This FHWA document outlines key TIM subject areas, such as approaches in operations and resource management, potential efficiency improvements, and cost-share strategies. It also includes a number of tables, particularly for estimated resource costs for each incident response team.
Home to the Emergency Responder Safety Institute, this website contains information regarding responder safety such as training videos, news articles, records of responders struck at incident scenes, and guidelines for law enforcement officers.
A complete list of publications can be found for the following categories:
The TIM program of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is part of a larger all - hazards program called Emergency Transportation Operations (ETO). Both the ETO and TIM Programs are housed in the FHWA's Office of Transportation Operations under the Associate Administrator for operations.
The TIM Network connects TIM Professionals (especially those from different disciplines) to each other, provides a method for TIM Professionals to escalate issues and provides a way for the NTIMC to validate suggested practices. Essentially the TIM Network is the equivalent of a national TIM Team.
The FHWA TIM performance measurement knowledgebase is intended to be a highly-useable, online reference that provides transportation professionals the knowledge and tools they need, including sample documents and models from other States, to successfully implement program-level TIM performance measures in their State.
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