2023 NJIAAI AGM Registration Now Open

The New Jersey Chapter of the International Association for Arson Investigators (NJIAAI) is holding the 2023 Annual General Meeting and Training Conference on March 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in Atlantic City, New Jersey at Caesars Casino and Hotel (2100 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401).   The annual conference provides training and education for Fire Investigators to be prepared with the most up-to-date knowledge when facing fire risks, arsons and other hazards in both the public and private sectors.  This conference is attended by professionals from New Jersey as well as surrounding states and even representatives from other parts of the country.  During the conference you will have access to leading experts within the fire investigation world, network with federal, state and local departments and agencies, network with peers and develop professional connections and all classes are based on and consistent with the latest editions of NFPA 921 and NFPA 1033.  If you are interested, please go to the following website: 

2023 NJIAAI AGM Registration Link

 

*EARLY BIRD SPECIAL FOR MEMBERS (IAAI OR NJIAA CHAPTER) ENDS DECEMBER 1, 2022*

 

At the website, TO REGISTERgo to the “Attendee Registration” tab and add the first attendee and then after hitting “Save and Preview” you will be able to add the second attendee, third attendee, etc. if you want.  Once complete, then proceed to the “Cart/Checkout” tab.

 

At the “Cart/Checkout” tab, TO PAY:

  • To pay by PayPal/Credit Card, follow the directions to pay via PayPal/Credit Card.  Once complete, an email confirmation will be sent via email.
  • To pay by Purchase Order, click on “Invoice Me” and an email confirmation will be sent via email that states, “Unpaid”.  Once the Purchase Order is received, scan it and the email confirmation and send both via email to njiaaicoursereg@gmail.com.
  • To pay by Business/Personal Check, click on “Invoice Me” and an email confirmation will be sent via email that states, “Unpaid”.  Once received, send a copy of the email confirmation and check to the “NJIAAI” via mail to the following address: NJIAAI, P.O. Box 349, Deepwater, NJ 08023.

Any questions, comments or problems please feel free to contact us at njiaaicoursereg@gmail.com.

2022 Edition of NFPA 1033

Topics in the updated edition of NFPA 1033, Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator, cover the full range of investigation issues encountered on the job, including the following:

  • Scene examination
  • Documenting the scene
  • Evidence collection and preservation
  • Interviewing
  • Post-incident investigation
  • Presentation of findings

Quality investigations start with qualified investigators.

Personnel need to be prepared with the most up-to-date knowledge when facing fire risks, arson, and other hazards in both the private and public sectors. Updates were made to align the 2022 edition of NFPA 1033, Standard for Professional Qualifications for Fire Investigator, more closely with NFPA 921, Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations, because it is common practice for fire investigators to use both standards. Requirements were also updated and simplified for end users’ understanding and ease of use.

The actions and conclusions of fire investigators can have serious consequences from legal and economic standpoints, so it is essential that they be fully qualified to evaluate the situation and circumstances so they can conduct complete, accurate investigations.

2021 Edition of NFPA 921

The 2021 edition marks some of the most substantial changes since the original publication of the document.

The Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations offers the most complete and relevant industry information and practices. The publication features full-color images that convey core concepts and examples to provide you with deeper insight into fundamental investigation methodologies.

Notable changes in the 2021 edition include:

  • Relocation of fire pattern text found throughout NFPA 921 into Chapter 6
  • Restructured and rewritten Chapter 6, including the combination of fire patterns and arc-mapping as a single process of origin determination to account for the reclassification of arc mapping as a form of fire pattern analysis
  • Deletion of Chapter 20, Classification of Fire Cause, and addition to Chapter 19, Fire Cause Determination, directing investigators to other standards should they need to classify the fire cause
  • Revision and addition of text covering ignitable liquid detection canines (IGL canines) including training and certification
  • Revised Chapter 14, Sources of Information, and substantial rewrite in relation to non-scene data

Access Link for NFPA 921 2021 Edition

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