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Organisation structure

The IM chain partners have organised themselves to enable good cooperation. The organisation structure is shown below.

Incident Management Programme Office(PB-IM)

The PB-IM is the implementing body for IM developments and supports the IM Council, the National IM Platform and the regional IM consultative bodies in realising the proposed goals.

The main tasks of the PB-IM are:

  • programming and coordinating projects;
  • translating questions from the IM Council, LP-IM and regional IM consultative bodies into solution paths and concrete projects;
  • supporting and monitoring project realisation;
  • maintaining contacts with stakeholders;
  • verifying project ideas intrinsically and in terms of policy;
  • communicating to those directly and indirectly involved.

The PB-IM is staffed by Rijkswaterstaat employees.

IM Council

Het IM Council is the strategic consultative body of the IM chain partners and comprises representatives from Rijkswaterstaat, the provinces, police, fire services, ambulance (GHOR), SIMN, insurers, Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN), the ANWB (Dutch AA), salvage companies, Public Prosecutor – National Traffic Office Team (OM-LPTV).

The goals of the IM Council are:

  • to align its policy with the policy of the IM chain partners;
  • to create a vision and formulate ambitions in the medium and long term;
  • to represent its own grass roots nationally.

The IM Council meets twice a year.

National IM Platform (LP-IM)

The LP-IM is the tactical consultative body of the IM chain partners and comprises representatives from Rijkswaterstaat, the provinces, police, fire services, ambulance (GHOR), SIMN, insurers, TLN, the ANWB (Dutch AA), salvage companies, OM-LPTV and Salvage Transport Incident (STI).

The LP-IM goals are:

  • to translate the proposed aims into concrete improvement plans;
  • to monitor progress and implement improvement plans;
  • to represent its own grass roots nationally.

The LP-IM meets four times a year for regular consultation. Working groups are created to implement specific aspects.

Regional IM consultative bodies

Regular consultation per region occurs between those emergency services directly involved in processing incidents, while the composition of the participating representatives can vary and comprise representatives from Rijkswaterstaat, the provinces, police, fire services, ambulance (GHOR), TLN, the ANWB, salvage companies and Salvage Transport Incident (STI).

The goals of the regional consultative bodies are:

  • to share knowledge;
  • to learn from actual experiences;
  • to corroborate region-specific bottlenecks;
  • to scale up to PB-IM in the event of national bottlenecks.

The frequency of a regional IM consultation varies per region.

Other forms of cooperation

SIMN

The Stichting Incident Management Nederland (‘Stichting IMN’ or ‘SIMN’) is a partnership between notification centres active in the salvage of passenger cars. The association is responsible on behalf of the affiliated notification centres for contracting salvage companies that work on the IM roads as well as for the organisation and operation of the National Notification Centre (LCM).

STIMVA

The Stichting Incident Management Vrachtauto’s (STIMVA) is a partnership between Rijkswaterstaat, the Association of Insurance Companies and the industry associations Transport en Logistiek Nederland (TLN), Eigen Vervoerders Organisatie (EVO) and Koninklijk Nederlands Vervoer (KNV), all of whom are committed to organising and operating a national notification centre for truck salvage (CMV) on the IM road network and for the availability of STI assessors.

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