2011 NFPA 921: Fire and Explosion Investigations 2-day Seminar
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Correctly determine origin and cause using state-of-the art methodology.
Develop new skills and insights from the field's lessons learned, and ensure your findings and testimony hold up in court. This comprehensive two-day seminar is based on the 2011 edition of NFPA 921: Fire and Explosion Investigations, the widely accepted document used by the fire service, law enforcement, and insurance professionals. Increase your proficiency in determining fire origin and cause using the latest procedures and guidelines for conducting safe, thorough, and effective fire investigations. Learn from seasoned experts who have conducted countless investigations and have also participated in the development of NFPA 921.
Upon completion you should be able to:
- Apply the principles of the scientific method to conduct investigations and support conclusions.
- Clearly relate concepts involving fire science, fire chemistry, and fire dynamics.
- Explain issues related to spoliation of evidence.
- Discuss the interpretation and analysis of fire patterns.
- Demonstrate proficiency in methods used to determine the area of origin.
- Determine and classify the fire cause.
Who Will Benefit:
Professionals involved in the investigation and analysis of fires and explosions, and the litigation that may arise from such events including: fire, explosion and arson investigators, attorneys, insurance claims professionals and adjusters.
- NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, 2011 Edition
- Seminar Workbook filled with activities and useful information
- NFPA Nylon Briefcase
Continuing Education Credit
Earn 1.4 CEUs or 14 hours for this 2-day seminar. Attendance is required to earn CEU’s. Please verify applicability with your professional board before attending.
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