Accident Investigation

Mar 19, 2019

ABYC has partnered with the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) to offer subject matter previously only available to maritime law enforcement officers. Limited seats are still available for the sessions on March 25-29, 2019 in Annapolis, MD, but if you are interested in the topic, contact ABYC anyway because additional courses and dates may be announced.
These sessions enable you to develop and perfect skills in order to conduct a thorough and comprehensive boating accident investigation. Students will earn 40 CEUs from ABYC, a certificate from NASBLA, and be entered into the National Database of Accident Investigators.



The classroom portion of the course will cover: 
• Investigative Procedures Overview
• Collisions: Introduction & Dynamics
• Collisions: Damage & Evidence
• Collisions: Navigation Lights
• Collisions: Injury Documentation 
• Collisions: Analysis Diagramming
• Collisions: Case Study Reviews 
• Conducting interviews
• Human Factors in Boating Accidents
• Vessel Stability Concepts & Issues
• Electricity & Electrical Systems Basics
• Fires & Explosions
• Electric Shock Drowning (ESD)
• Carbon Monoxide Accidents
Questions? Give ABYC a call at 410-990-4460 x100 or www.abycinc.org

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