Mon, 3 Feb 2014|



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Mines but retails for the last thirty plus years I've been fired investigator in both the public and the private sectors. -- and teach in a variety of fire investigation related topics -- FDIC's since 1997. They're like to talk used a little bit about your thought process when you variety that. And when your responding to that investigation scene. Why are you going there and what do you there to do. Are you there to determine the origin and the cause of the fire. Are -- there to determine the manner of the fire or either you have to do something a little bit bigger than that. Like it for you today is that -- responding as that fire investigator -- -- company officer. The fire Marshal the fire investigator or whatever topic you assume that day he didn't mind that your sole purpose when you arrive at that -- -- in addition to determining where that fire started in what the heat -- responsible for laws was determining whether or not a crime was committed action job as the fire investigator is this fire accidental. Or something taking place here that makes this fire senior called upon to investigate a crimes. Thanks for your time remember whatever you do keep safety and you're number one priority --