The Massachusetts TIM Task Force is comprised of thirteen agencies and professional organizations representing a cross section of local, state, and federal entities, as well as public and private partners who respond to traffic incidents in the Commonwealth. Since 2014, 2,500 Massachusetts partners have participated in the 4-Hour Responder Training Program. The primary goal of the TIM Responder Training Program is to improve safety through mutual support and communication.
Law enforcement officers, fire and rescue personnel, transportation professionals (e.g., operations and maintenance staff), public works personnel (e.g., city engineers, traffic engineers), emergency medical services (EMS) personnel, towing and recovery personnel, hazardous material (HAZMAT) responders.
This program is approved by the Massachusetts Office of Emergency Medical Services for four (4) hours of continuing education credit.
For information about course offerings in your area, please contact the Massachusetts Traffic Incident Management Task Force by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call Peter Cusolito at Ranger, (508-450-6278) or Ed Gincauskis, Coordinator of Emergency Preparedness, MassDOT (617-946-3046)