Off-Road Vehicle Incident Reconstruction - What you should know about ATV's and Snowmobiles

Virtual

Regina-Online, SK [Map]
Date and Time: January 13, 2021 11:30a.m. - 1:00p.m. CST

 Off-Road Vehicle Incident Reconstruction: What you should know about ATV's & Snowmobiles.

In this interactive webinar we review the reconstruction of ATV and Snowmobile incidents. We discuss the challenges and differences we face, the latest safety requirements and the rules put in place to keep us safe out on the trail. Join us for a conversation and take advantage of the chance to ask our experts for their thoughts on your questions.

Webinar Leaders : Forensic Investigators at CEP Forensic

Kenneth Cowie : B.Sc.E., EIT  
Andrew Happer, MBA,M.Eng., P.ENG., CFEI

With specialized education and experience in forensic engineering, Kenneth and Andrew can investigate and analyze motor vehicle collisions and clearly communicate the pertinent information to clients. Their work involves the investigation of all types of motor vehicle collisions including those involving passenger, commercial, and powersport vehicles, as well as incidents involving pedestrians, animals, and bicycles. They also are able to assess collision circumstances including seatbelt use, collision severity, pre-impact and post impact vehicle speeds, vehicle dynamics, avoidance potential, and visibility/lighting factors.

A webinar not to be missed!

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Registration Deadline: Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Fees: Prices do not Include GST

$40 IISK Member
$45 IISK Non-Member

1.5 CE Hours


Cancellation Policy:   Participant substitutions accepted up to 24 hours prior to webinar. IISK reserves the right to cancel the webinar due to unforeseen circumstances.

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