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35% rise in number of breakdown removals in third quarter

Tuesday 6 November 2018
35% rise in number of breakdown removals in third quarter During the third quarter, IM recovery operators carried out 17,588 breakdown removals, 35% more than in the same quarter in 2017. One cause of the rise was the hot weather. On hot days, during the daytime, Rijkswaterstaat aims to have all broken-down vehicles removed from the road. In particular in July, this led to an extremely high workload for IM recovery operators.
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Approval for Transport Academy extended

Monday 5 November 2018
Michel de Korte of Stichting IMN congratulates Kim Kroon of the Transport Academy The Stichting IMN has decided to extend the approval of the Transport Academy as training organisation for IM recovery operators. During the month just ended, the training course was the subject of an intensive audit. Michel de Korte of Stichting IMN learned all about the structure of the training and the course material used.
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Recovery companies on trunk road network in 2016 - 2019

Stichting Incident Management Nederland is responsible for the recovery of passenger vehicles on the Dutch main trunk road network. For that purpose, Stichting Incident Management Nederland collaborates closely with 65 qualified recovery companies. Below is a list of our contract partners for the contract period 1 April 2016 through to 31 March 2019.
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As quick as possible unhindered passage following an incident

The objective of Incident Management is to ensure that as quickly as possible following an incident, the trunk roads are once again clear for unhindered passage of traffic. The Stichting Incident Management Nederland (Incident Management Netherlands Foundation) was established to support road managers in their efforts in the field of incident management.
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