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What Causes 90% of All Automobile Crashes?

The answer is human error, primarily in perception.

This course is designed to assist the student in understanding the various aspects of a broad

range of human factors and the specific role they may play in motor vehicle crashes. Both

psychological and physiological aspects will be explored and discussed.

Special topics will include discussion and study of perception and reaction times. A more

detailed analysis will be conducted as various aspects of perception and reaction details are

explored.

The student will be given reference materials relative to the topic, specifically with regard to

foundation for human factor based opinions.

 

Entry Level Standards:

Students should have completed at minimum SRR's Advanced Crash Investigation or SRR's Crash Reconstruction or their equivalent.

Tools Required

• Pen and Notebook Suitable for Recording Field Notes

 

Reference:

• The Human Factor

• Human Factors in Safety

• Vehicle Crashes, The Response

• Motor Vehicle Accident Reconstruction Perception and Reaction

• NHTSA, Safety Studies

 

Topic Basis:

1. Accident (Crash) Cause

2. Visibility

3. Determining Visibility

4. Driver Reaction Time

5. Driver Perception Time

6. Pedestrian Visibility

7. Pedestrian, Bicycle, Motorcycle Action/Perception and Reaction

8. Human Error

9. Human Error vs. Design Error

10. Inattentional Blindness and Conspicuity

11. Lighting and Vision

12. Nighttime Issues

13. Visual Forensics

14. Weather

15. Attitude

16. Physical Condition

17. Emotional Conditions

18. Road Rage

19. Experience

20. Age

21. How the Eye Works

22. Summary and Conclusion

23. Tips

24. Discussion

 

Asst. Chief Bobby E. Jones, Jr.

Instructor:  Assistant Chief Bobby E. Jones, Jr. Knox County Sheriffs Department, Knoxville, TN, ACTAR #678, is an accredited accident reconstructionist with over 20 years of FULL TIME experience in accident reconstruction and formerly worked with the United States Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. By 1988, he had investigated well over 2,500 motor vehicle collisions. Chief Jones has received multiple degrees in Criminal Justice and Engineering and studied surveying as part of his minor for his engineering degree. His on-the-job experience combined with his formal training in surveying has made him one of the best forensic mapping specialists in the country.

 
     
 
Instruction for Law Enforcement Officers Tuition $ 375 US

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