• Michael Forbes, President

IAAI Health and Safety Survey


Dear NSWAFI members, please find below a message from the IAAI, our parent organisation.

The International Association of Arson Investigators is THE Global Leader in Fire Investigation and continually strives to stay on the cutting edge in the fire investigation community. As part of this progress, the IAAI has re-established their Health and Safety Committee. The goal of the Committee is multi-fold. First, to find what hazards fire investigators face while conducting fire investigations; second, to identify the current gaps in protecting fire investigators; and third, to create a set of Best Practices for fire investigators related to health and safety. There are several steps in each of these goals and one of the first steps is to identify where fire investigators are right now related to health and safety. The committee would appreciate your taking a few minutes to complete the survey through the attached link. If you have already competed the survey, thank-you! The more surveys the committee receives back the better the understanding of how well protected fire investigators are while conducting fire investigations. This applies not only to the short term physical hazards but also the long term health hazards. Please answer the survey the way you operate at a fire investigation today, not how you would like to be operating. There is a space at the end of the survey for any additional input you may have. Click here to access the health and safety survey.

Thank-you for your participation. Respectfully, Kevin Crawford, Chairman Health & Safety Committee IAAI – Global Leaders in Fire Investigation


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