FS 022 : Fire Investigation

FS 022 : Fire Investigation

  • course description:

    This course aims to develop an awareness and understanding of accident and catastrophe phenomena and their impact on society and will provide the audience with fire investigation techniques and scientific methods. Through the learning and teaching strategy, the course will also enhance participant’s employability skills such as independent working, analysis, problem solving, presentation and working with others.

  • course learning outcomes:

    At the end of the course, the participants will be able to;
    - Demonstrate an understanding of the investigation methods for determining causes of fire and fire dynamics and the ability to apply these methods.
    - Demonstrate an understanding of fire investigation processes including the important roles and evidence associated with different fire safety agencies and personnel participating in fire investigation.
    - Analyse and critique a range of fire investigation reports from minor to major incidents.
    - To understand why fire investigation is necessary.
    - To discuss the scientific technical aspects of fire investigation.

  • Course outlines:

    - Basic investigation methods.
    - Sources of ignition.
    - Locating the seat of fire.
    - Information gathering.
    - Legal aspects of the investigation.
    - Fire investigation reports.
    - Fatal fires and role of the forensic pathologist.

  • practical aspects of the course:

    None

  • who should attend?

    - Engineers and Technicians in related discipline.
    - Firefighters.
    - Fire investigators.
    - Managers and supervisors.
    - Insurance Adjusters.

  • duration:

    4 Days

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