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Certificated Virtual Lecture on Tactical Transport Risk Mitigation in the African Context

Date: 19 August 2021, Time: 14h00 CAT, Duration: 90 Minutes

Transport and Fleet Operators in Africa face a large variety of challenges when it comes to safe operation, fleet management, and risk avoidance. This 90-minute Lecture will focus specifically on the following aspects of Transport Risk Mitigation:

– Criminal Concepts and the act of vehicle attacks (hijackings, protest action, road rage, etc).
– The motivation for vehicular attacks and how to predict them.
– Tactical planning and how to avoid confrontation in the road environment.
– Conflict Resolution and Combat Psychology and how to act during a vehicular attack.
– What observations to make, actions to take, and efforts to launch, when you are a victim of a vehicular attack.
– Reporting a vehicular attack, recalling evidence, and compiling a complaint or report.
– The psychological impact, need for counseling, and regaining your posture, after a vehicular attack.
– Guiding, supporting, and assisting others, after a vehicular attack.
– Technologies, Systems, and Equipment that supports Tactical Risk Avoidance.

Registered Attendees will be issued with a Certificate of Attendance, sent via email upon completion, and if they remained present for the full duration.

It would be great to have you on board!

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Forensic Crash Investigation according to the IBF Protocol

Stanley Bezuidenhout is a Road Traffic Reconstructionist and Risk Analyst with IBF Investigations (Pty) Ltd and LLC – his own company, operating all over South Africa and into the rest of Africa, with an office in the USA. With experience at thousands of scenes all over South Africa and abroad since 2000, Stan has established himself as a leader and innovator in his field.

Always the innovator, Stan developed a special 124-point protocol for the complete and detailed at-scene or post-event investigation of road traffic collisions and this protocol has earned him praise from the courts, his clients and his peers alike. With this course, Stan is sharing the most important parts of his protocol to enable you to be an informed investigator, collecting All the Evidence.

Avoiding Common Mistakes when hiring Court Experts

Every year, hundreds – if not thousands – of Legal Litigations or Criminal Procedures start or go to trial. In many of these, Expert Witnesses are used, to guide, assist and inform the court, to ensure that justice prevails. Unfortunately, some Legal Professionals and some Experts are prone to an array of mistakes – some without intent, others intentionally. Every mistake that is made in any legal matter presents the possible risk of a mistrial, a judgment or finding that is not correct or even in the witness getting discredited.

To avoid this, there are a number of things Legal Professionals and Adjudicators should look out for and/or avoid at all costs, as they pertain to the appointment of expert witnesses. This course leads you through 21 of the most common mistakes Lawyers make when hiring or using Expert Witnesses. Let our experience be your guide. Let us inform and educate – perhaps strengthen your case – by sharing this valuable information.

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