This one-day course focuses on properly documenting an incident scene, and collecting and preserving evidence, both physical and digital. This course is a complement to our 2-day incident investigation course. Prompt and thorough documentation of a scene before weathering or alteration provides valuable data to investigators. Items identified by investigators as evidence must be documented, collected, and preserved using methodologies consistent with accepted standards and guidelines.
Participants will be given both classroom instruction and field exercises to learn and practice scene documentation and evidence collection. This will include developing procedures to ensure proper and adequate documentation of the incident scene and evidence to be collected. The course will provide techniques for collecting, logging, and preserving evidence based on industry accepted standards and years of evidence collection experience by BakerRisk. A mock explosion at our test site will provide the scene and evidence for field exercises. This course is ideal for evidence technicians, engineers, managers, and investigators who are involved in hands-on work in scene investigation and evidence collection, and managers and legal counsel who are involved with incident investigations.
We recommend registering for the combined courses (Incident Investigation Training and Incident Scene Documentation and Evidence Collection) but if you want it to be broken up you can register for Incident Investigation Training or Incident Scene Documentation and Evidence Collection separately.
In Person (1 day)
$1,200.00* $175.00 OFF
$1,020.00* $148.75 OFF
$900.00* $131.25 OFF
* price per person
* discounted pricing ends August 1, 2024
September 12, 2024
9:00 am CDT
While BakerRisk offers a range of pre-packaged courses, we recognize that the most effective courses incorporate your company’s specific hazards, incidents, and lessons learned. Please contact us to discuss how we can custom-tailor courses to fit your company’s needs. Your course may include:
Courses may be offered at your site or a BakerRisk location, depending on the course or your needs.
We’ll walk through your facility to customize courses to suit and include an assessment.
Utilize demonstrations to give a first-hand feel of hazards through simulations.
Case studies using real scenarios, including role play, so participants can apply their new training.