Electric Vehicle Investigation & Response

The three day international vehicle fire investigation course covers  aspects of electric and other alternative fuelled vehicles.  Ask for a brochure.

We also run the 'Response, Recovery, Investigation & Storage' course that specifically looks at the issues surrounding alternative fuelled vehicles that are involved in fire or collision - now

We can also provide advice to people or organisations who are carrying out fire risk assessments for events and buildings that provide parking for such vehicles.

If you would like more information please email info@parklodgeinternational.com Follow us on Facebook at 'Vehicle Fire Investigation' or on Twitter at '@fire_vehicle'

PLI is now equipped to respond to electric vehicle incidents to make them safe where possible.
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Understanding Electric and other alternative fuelled vehicles.

Alternative Fuelled Vehicles Awareness for First and Second Stage Responders. The course is designed to meet an organisation’s needs, where they undertake anything to do with vehicles that are powered by means other than diesel and petrol. It can cater for ambulance and air medics, police responders, fire service responders, but also for people who may get involved in any way with the inspection of such vehicles. The third line of response would cover Crime Scene Investigators, Vehicle Examiners and Stolen Vehicle Examiners who would undertake detailed investigations of a vehicle.

The course can be bespoke to match the training needs analysis of an organisation and ideally focus on ‘Train the Trainer’ so that training can be cascaded throughout an organisation easily and cost effectively. Having trainers also allows organisations to understand when and where any refresher training should take place, or where procedures and policies might need amending.

  • The course covers:

    ·      The types of alternative fuelled vehicles (all vehicles including eBikes)

    ·      Understanding products like hydrogen (gaseous and liquid), compressed and liquefied natural gas, lithium-ion battery systems and liquefied petroleum gases.

    ·      The risks associated with all the products

    ·      Personal protective equipment

    ·      Safety measures to be applied

    ·      The dynamic risk assessment

    ·      Internal and external storage

    ·      Forensic bays

    ·      Testing equipment (on scene and in storage)

    ·      Making vehicles safe

    ·      Recovery and storage of vehicles to include post-accident

    ·      Quarantine

    ·      First aid measuress Item