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NTSB schedules accident investigation course

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The National Transportation Safety Board is holding its marine accident investigation course Dec. 5-9 at its training center in Ashburn, Va.

The courses focuses on the fundamentals of marine accident investigation, including fracture analysis, human factors, survivability, operations, engineering, and electronic data collection and analysis.

Current and former NTSB marine accident investigators are the course instructors.

Previous participants have included marine accident investigators, safety personnel from the marine industry, civilian and military agencies and members of the academic community.

Click here for registration information.

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