Accident Investigation


 
 Accident investigation is carried out in order to determine the cause or causes of an accident or series of accidents so as to prevent further incidents of a similar kind. 


Accident investigation is carried out in four steps:


  1. Fact gathering: After an accident happened a forensic process starts to gather all possibly relevant facts that may contribute to understanding the accident.
  2. Fact Analysis: After the forensic process has been completed or at least delivered some results, the facts are put together to give a "big picture." The history of the accident is reconstructed and checked for consistency and plausibility.
  3. Conclusion Drawing: If the accident history is sufficiently informative, conclusions can be drawn about causation and contributing factors.
  4. Counter-measures: In some cases the development of counter-measures is desired or recommendations have to be issued to prevent further accidents of the same kind.



#9 16728 115St NW
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada
T5X 6G6
 
(780) 476-9670