Collision Investigation Workshop

Collision Investigation Workshop

This Collision Investigation Workshop teaches on-scene data collection when an accident occurs.


When a commercial vehicle is involved in a motor vehicle incident, it is imperative that the organization and/or owner look after their own best interests. While the police and insurance companies complete investigations for their purposes, your business interests are ultimately not their concern. This workshop teaches the on-site contact the key elements of what and how to collect information at a collision scene.

Does Your Line Manager or Driver Know What To Do? This half-day workshop is developed specifically to assist organizations and owner-operators/drivers to collect evidence and data at motor vehicle crash scenes so that immediate cause, liability and/or financial responsibility can be determined.

Specific topics to be covered include:

Collision Investigation Protocol

  • Criteria for response
  • Police involvement – levels of investigation

Scene Duties and Responsibilities

  • Immediate requirements
  • Company policy and procedure
  • Documentation of evidence (photography & evidence)
  • Collection of third party data
  • Response

Dealing with Enforcement

  • Legal requirements
  • When and why to assist

Incident Investigations

  • Importance
  • Objectives
  • Investigation process
  • Claims handling


Shaun Garvey, CRM - Instructor

Co-founder of Advantage Fleet Services Inc., Shaun Garvey is a Risk Management, Insurance and OH&S Professional, with over 30 years in the transportation (rail, truck, logistics), insurance and waste industries as a risk manager, claims administrator, fleet manager, facility/operations manager and customer service representative.

Past Dates

9:00 am - 1:00 pm
BCTA Classroom, 20111 93A Avenue, Langley,BC
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
BCTA Classroom, 20111 93A Avenue, Langley,BC

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