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For 2019 we now get NFPA Certification.  Instructors will have the opportunity to do the first run-through the end of February, then after the dust settles it can be rolled out to the masses - let's keep our fingers' crossed!  

The Responder Traffic Control program has been through several Pilots and showings, and has been a hit.  Originally designed to provide Firefighters, EMS, Police or anyone else interested the ability to absorb all of the 24 Job Performance Requirements of the NFPA Certification, it soon was apparent that all of the ICS components simply would not fit.  The program's available as 16 hours - with 8 hours classroom, 4 hours practical, and 4 hours for additional scenarios.  It can be tailored to do a police 12-hour shift (cutting the practical - police don't have the equipment anyway) or a police 8 hour program (no added scenarios).  It should see a rollout late this year statewide.

We, as Fire Police,  need to get our acts together.  The best way is through education.  This site provides a plethora of information to better ourselves.  The first way of professionalism is training, then practicing what we've been taught.  We have to present a better case - and not back down - when we need safety gear.  Using our own cars needs to be eliminated, in favor of using FD or municipal vehicles; and, until we get a vehicle, pay us for gas.  

If we do it right, we'll only move forward!  Does this take some hard work and effort?  Definitely.  What's the alternative?  Funerals.  Disrespect.  

Roadway Safety Consulting is comprised of current/former Fire Police Officers and Police Officers.  We train according to the needs of Fire Police, while staying within the rules.  We've been there; we know what's needed, and we're ready to help!

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