Emergency Transportation Operations

Description of Figure 2. Log Showing Typical Incident Management Information Logged by Service Patrols

This figure shows an example of a Freeway Incident Response Service Team (F.I.R.S.T.) Log Sheet.

Fields to be filled in include the following: name, employee ID, badge number, begin miles, end miles, day, date, start time, end time, tag, and virtual truck number.

Below these fields is a table in which to fill out the following information per incident: county, route, log, direction, description, license plate number, start time, stop time, total time, incident type, materials used, and comments.

A numerical legend for each incident type is shown: 1 – medical emergency, 2 – hazardous material (HAZMAT), 3 – brush fire, 4 – pedestrian on highway, 5 – motor vehicle accident, 6 – debris on the roadway, 7 – cell phone call, 8 – stopped motor vehicle, 9 – lost motorist, 10 – abandoned motor vehicle, 11 – flat tire, 12 – towing, 13 – jumpstart, 14 – gasoline/diesel, 15 – push vehicle, 16 – oil, 17 – coolant (water or antifreeze), 18 – minor repair, 19 – safety coverage, 20 – others.

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