Workshop Descriptions

All workshops require advance registration. You can register for these by registering for the 2018 Safety Summit here.

Workshop 1:

Nevada Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Responder Training Course

Tuesday, October 16, 8:00am – 12:00pm    |    Maximum Participants: 50

Facilitators:
Rita Brohman, Parsons    |    Gary Sallee, NDOT

The Nevada TIM Training is built on the National TIM Responder Training Program, developed by responders for responders.  It was designed to establish the foundation for and promote consistent training of all responders to achieve the three objectives of the TIM National Unified Goal (NUG):

  • Responder Safety
  • Safe, Quick Clearance
  • Prompt, Reliable, Interoperable Communications

The four-hour TIM course is intended to provide first responders the knowledge and materials necessary for clearing critical incidents as quickly as possible to reduce secondary crashes. Scene safety, communication, and relationship building will be emphasized in a multi-agency training approach with highly-qualified instructors from multiple law enforcement agencies, fire agencies, Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT), towing, and private-sector emergency responders. The course structure will consist of four hours of training with credit for engineering and post-law.

This training is provided free of charge; however, agencies are responsible for all travel-related expenses. For more information, please view the course flier or contact Major (retired) Pat Gallagher or Rita Brohman.

Workshop 2:

Safety Program Grant Application Training

Program Development 101: How to Not Murder a Grant Application

Tuesday, October 16, 8:00am – 11:30am    |    Maximum Participants: 30

Facilitator:
Pam Shadel Fischer, MLPA, CPST, Pam Fischer Consulting
You know the traffic safety problem, but how do you develop a grant-funded program to address it that doesn’t leave the reviewers begging for mercy? Discover how to find and interpret relevant data and use it to develop a clear and concise problem statement that supports an Office of Traffic Safety priority area. Explore the difference between a goal and objective, learn how to write specific, measurable, achievable, relevant and time-based (SMART) objectives that link to evaluation and identify proven countermeasures that can help you achieve your program’s goals and objectives. You’ll also learn how objectives drive what is evaluated, the importance of establishing a baseline so you know where you’re starting from, and the need to strike a balance between assessing what you did (process) and what you accomplished (outcomes) when reporting program results.

Workshop 3:

TIM Coalition Crash Reconstruction

Tuesday, October 16, 1:30pm – 5:30pm    |    Outdoor Activity

Facilitators:
Pat Gallagher, Parsons    |    Lieutenant Kevin Honea, DPS-NHP
This workshop includes a staged fatal traffic crash involving a commercial vehicle and several passenger cars. The staged crash is caused by an impaired driver and portions of this exercise include the investigation of the impaired driver. The workshop includes identifying evidence, documenting the scene, and demonstration of procedures by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD), Nevada Highway Patrol (NHP), American Medical Response (AMR), Clark County Fire Department, and other TIM Coalition partners. The workshop will begin indoors for an introduction/safety discussion, head outside to the “Silverado Lot” across Silverado Ranch Boulevard for the hands-on TIM training, and will conclude with a crash debrief indoors.

For more information, please contact Major (retired) Pat Gallagher or Rita Brohman.

Workshop 4:

Anatomy of a Motorcycle Crash

Tuesday, October 16, 1:30pm – 5:30pm   |    Maximum Participants: 30

Facilitators:
Allan Cruet, Accident Scene Management, Inc.    |    Jess Leanos, Accident Scene Management, Inc.
Objectives:

  • Recognize Safety Factors Relating to Motorcycle Trauma
  • Common Injuries By How a Rider Exits a Motorcycle
  • Identify and Address Psychosocial Concerns
  • Demonstrate Helmet Removal & Jaw Thrust Rescue Breathing

CEUs:  This continuing education activity was approved by the Wisconsin Nurses Association Continuing Education Approval Program Committee, an accredited approver by the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Commission on Accreditation

Workshop 5:

Would Vision Zero Work in Clark County?

Tuesday, October 16, Part A: 8:00am – 12:00pm    |   Part B: 1:30pm – 5:30pm

Facilitator:
Erin Breen, UNLV Vulnerable Road Users ProjectPresenters:
Daniel Samaro, LA DOT     |    Michelle Hardy, AT&T Fleet Services    |    Rebecca Kapuler, RTC Washoe
Cole Peiffer, RTC Washoe    |    Laura Gryder, UNLV School of Medicine