Accident Investigation – Evidence Gathering

Steven Trammell
Sue Creighton
Jonathan Jacobi

BSI Services and Solutions; Apple; UL

Course Goals Instruct participants on fundamentals of accident scene management and evidence gathering including photographic evidence, interviews and acquisition of key data through a combination of presentation materials and interactive class exercises. Overview EHS professionals with expertise in accident investigation will provide information on accident investigation techniques, with a focus on evidence gathering. Information and class exercises will be organized and presented in a highly interactive manner, which allows students to practice and build evidence gathering skills. Key aspects of the course include: Securing the incident scene Identification and gathering of key data Conducting effective interviews Taking, evaluating and organizing photographic evidence Information and techniques presented are derived from extensive experience from the instructors and from key investigative aspects developed by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) and the Center for Chemical Process Safety (CCPS).

Back to SESHA 40th Annual Symposium (2018)



Already have an account?