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Road Wise – Train the Trainer

The ZERO Injury Culture

Jan 24 – Jan 26, 2018
Columbus, OH
07:00 am – 04:00 pm

Hosted By Ohio State Highway Patrol

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Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy, Ohio Department of Public Safety, Leadership Hall
740 E 17th Avenue
Columbus, OH
43211
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  • January 24, 2018 - January 26, 2018
    7:00 am - 4:00 pm

REQUIREMENT:  Laptop with Microsoft PowerPoint

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Address:
Ohio State Highway Patrol Training Academy, Ohio Department of Public Safety, Leadership Hall, 740 E 17th Avenue, Columbus, Ohio, 43211, United States

Course Description

More officers are killed and injured in and around their vehicles than by felonious assaults. To drastically reduce these numbers, a cultural shift must occur when it comes to roadway activities.

“Road Wise” focuses on roadway dangers that include everything from operating motor vehicles on patrol, pursuits and emergency responses to positioning on stops, directing traffic and assisting on accident scenes.

As Gordon Graham notes – “If it’s predictable, it’s preventable.” This course is designed to prevent the unnecessary injuries and deaths that occur all too frequently.

Topics addressed, include but are not limited to:

Reminder – The 7-Step Approach
How Stress Affects Driving and Response Behavior
Officer Ambushes
Affecting Culture Change
Officers Involved Case Studies
Tactical Trade-Offs
The Las Vegas PD Perpective: 365 ALIVE
Directing Traffic & Managing Roadway Hazards
Striving for The ZERO Injury Culture!
Intersection Clearing, Squad Positioning
Vehicle Related Deaths
Police Related Distractions
Personal Injury Consequences

Upcoming Seminars

If it’s predictable, it’s preventable.”

– Gordon Graham