PCD ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION KIT. Inventory. 19 – Cleaning Items 20 – Large Tarp (9x12) 21 – Twin Respirators (2 ea/expected team size) 22 – Safety Glasses (2 ea/expected team size) 23 – Safety Vest (2 ea/expected team size) 24 – Work Gloves (2 pr/expected team size)
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19 – Cleaning Items
20 – Large Tarp (9x12)
21 – Twin Respirators (2 ea/expected team size)
22 – Safety Glasses (2 ea/expected team size)
23 – Safety Vest (2 ea/expected team size)
24 – Work Gloves (2 pr/expected team size)
25 – Functional Utility Bar (FUBAR)
26 – First Aid Kit
27 – Shop Towels
28 – Disposable Gloves, Latex
29 – Camera
30 – Administrative Items
31 – Administrative Electronic Items
1 – Case, Pelican2 – Suunto Tandem, Inclinometer3 – Pocket Magnifier (x5/x7/x12)4 – Laser Range Finder5 – Garmin Oregon 450 GPS6 – Digital Voice Recorder7 – Light, Headlamp8 – Light, Flashlight (80 Lumen)9 – Measuring/Drafting Tools10 – 30’ Tape Measure11 – 100’ Tape Measure12 – Measuring (Walking) Wheel13 – 2000’ Caution Tape14 – Marker Flags15 – Tool Bag 21”16 – Tools and Inspection Mirrors17 – Plastic Box/Bin18 – Plastic Bags and Tags
Description/Use: Pelican, Case
Large, sturdy and waterproof Pelican Cases are ideal containers. They offer protection from the elements and convenience of being lockable and having multiple carry/grab options (including wheels).
Description/Use: Suunto Tandem, Inclinometer
The inclinometer is a site survey tool and can be used in many ways. You can determine accurate heading (compass) directions, measure slopes and measure inaccessible heights (with a little math).
Description/Use: Pocket Magnifier, Combination(x5/x7/x12)
The pocket magnifier is great for inspecting paint scratches and other damaged areas. A magnification rating of 10x is useful in a variety of applications.
Description/Use: Laser Range Finder
The laser range finder is great for quickly measuring long distances or distances over rough terrain.
Description/Use: Garmin Oregon 450 GPS
The GPS is useful in creating your site map and marking specific points at the scene for reference (even after things have been moved). It is also handy to mark where you find debris as you move about the accident site.
Description/Use: Digital Voice Recorder
The digital voice recorder is obviously great for any interviews you may need to conduct but it also can be used to dictate site notes to in situations where the elements are not favorable for pen/paper note taking (rain, wind/dust, etc).
Description/Use: Light, Headlamp
The headlamp is invaluable in a nighttime accident investigation but it can also be very useful when you need both of your hands to examine items or need to look in confined spaces.
Description/Use: Light, Flashlight (80 Lumen)
The flashlight is important and must be tough and provide enough light. Recommend you find one that is metal/hardened aluminum (aircraft grade), waterproof, LED bulb (or bulbs) and produces 80 Lumen of light or more.
Description/Use: Measuring/Drafting Tools
Rulers and protractors are very useful in drawing your site map and as reference items in a picture to show relative size and deflection angle.
Description/Use: 30’ Tape Measure
Recommend a steel blade and self retracting for short ground distance measuring.
Description/Use: 100’ Tape Measure
Recommend a steel blade and with hook tip for medium ground distance measuring.
Description/Use: Measuring (Walking) Wheel
Recommend a 12” wheel and collapsible/folding handle for long ground distance measuring.
Description/Use: 2000’ Caution Tape
Use caution tape to control your accident site. It can also be used to tie things off if rope or alternates are not available.
Description/Use: Marker Flags
Use to mark debris locations, significant ground markings or reference measured points. Recommend minimum flag 3”x2.5” and 30” rod size and 50 flags or more depending on the expected size of you accident scene.
Description/Use: Tool Bag 21”
A large tool bag is useful if your site is hard to access or you need to work remotely from your full kit, you can pack what you need and still keep it together.
Description/Use: Tools and Inspection Mirrors
Tools and mirrors can be used to examine wreckage, look into confined spaces and keep your other investigation kit items working.
Description/Use: Plastic Box/Bin
Useful for keeping evidence/exhibits protected and storing larger items.
Description/Use: Plastic Bags and Tags
The plastic bags and tags are useful for storing collected samples and keeping anything (wallet, cell phone, paperwork, etc) dry in wet weather.
Description/Use: Cleaning Items
Maintaining team health and hygiene on site is important, especially if you have to handle dirty/oily items.
Description/Use: Large Tarp (9x12)
A large tarp will help if you have to cover a site or ground markings to prevent loss of evidence. It can also be used to wrap up large exhibits/evidence. Finally it makes a good shelter from sun/rain if you need it.
Description/Use: Twin Respirators (2 ea/expected team size)
At an accident site personnel safety is paramount, having respirators available will allow you to work with protection from know air contamination (not intended for unknown entry or hazardous vapors that require a higher protection).
Description/Use: Safety Glasses (2 ea/expected team size)
At an accident site personnel safety is paramount, having safety glasses available will allow you to work with protection around the sharps and debris on the site.
Description/Use: Safety Vest (2 ea/expected team size)
At an accident site personnel safety is paramount, having safety vests available will allow you to work with high visibility to maintain contact with other team members and protection from vehicle movement.
Description/Use: Work Gloves (2 pr/expected team size)
At an accident site personnel safety is paramount, having work gloves available will allow you to work with protection around the sharps and debris on the site.
Description/Use: Functional Utility Bar (FUBAR)
This tool is useful when gaining access to enclosed or crushed parts. It also is a very competent hammer, useful for site setup.
Description/Use: First Aid Kit
Accident sites are dangerous places (sharps, bent metal, broken glass, etc), being prepared for on-site first aid protects personnel from possible infections due to delayed treatment.
Description/Use: Shop Towels
Shop towels are good for site hygiene and cleaning or handling debris/evidence for inspection.
Description/Use: Disposable Gloves, Latex
Latex gloves can be used to protect hands from unknown chemical while inspecting the accident site and to handle dirty/oily parts/evidence.
A good camera will help you quickly preserve your accident site and capture visual evidence. Be sure to cleaning equipment and extra batteries to ensure it is ready for use.
Description/Use: Administrative Items
Make sure you have anything you like to use (clip board, notebooks, paper pads, grease pens, etc) and items like pens/pencils have at least two, because they tend to fail.
Description/Use: Administrative Electronic Items
Again, things you like to use but at a minimum laptop and cell phone depending on the size/remoteness of the site. Keep your eye out for new and helpful technology, like the SD card to CD transfer device pictured here.
No kit is ever “complete” because there are many variables on an accident site that can change your needs. A kit should continue to grow, add things you find you need and remove or reduce items that never get used.
Good Luck, preparing for your next “unplanned event”