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CEP Sintra Webinar Series

June 14, 2018

Vehicle Data - the black box and now so much more

Vehicles have been recording data related to collisions for a long time, but over the past few decades the data has advanced, and the number of vehicles that record data has increased significantly, especially in the last few years.

In this webinar, we’ll discuss what has changed in the “black boxes” of passenger vehicles, but also look at other sources of data. Finally we will talk about the latest data that has become accessible, which can give an unprecedented detailed look at what you and your vehicle are doing.

June 19 and July 10

Slips and trips go far beyond ’Oops’

Slips and falls are the leading cause of death in the workplace, the number one cause of accidents in hotels, restaurants and public buildings, and account for over half of all disabling injuries. What are the common hazards? What contributes to a slip, trip or fall? How is an occupier liable, and what factors do the courts consider? We go through the biomechanics of the human gait, the details on how an investigation works, and what to look for throughout an investigation.

June 26 and July 17

Floods, fires and injuries...Oh my!

Our home is our haven and refuge. Unfortunately, there are many safety hazards to watch out for. What property and injury risk sources do we find in households?

This webinar will provide an overview of common failures and occurrences that take place in our homes. Using anecdotes and case studies, we take a look at potentially vulnerable devices and their frequent types of failures, as well as common personal injuries. We will also go through the investigation process and visit protocols, and finally provide tips on what you can do to help us with the investigation.

July 4 and July 24


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