Collision Analysis

Seminars

Seminars are extremely beneficial to both the insurance and legal communities. Collision Analysis offers numerous seminars and presentations to ensure you and your team are equipped to ask relevant questions and gather pertinent information from the onset of a file. Our collision reconstruction and injury biomechanics experts offer seminars free of charge and will present in your offices for your convenience.

Most of our seminars are in the areas of collision reconstruction and injury biomechanics. We also offer modules covering commercial vehicle collisions, event data recorders (EDRs), and human factors. We have recently added modules aimed at new adjusters that address the importance of early evidence gathering and preservation for possible future collision reconstruction. All of these seminars can be combined or customized to suit your needs.

To arrange a seminar or presentation please contact us at 1-888-427-2747 or click here to send an email.

Collision Analysis also has five Alberta Insurance Council (AIC) accredited courses for those that require CEUs for professional development. Current accredited courses are listed below.

Accredited Seminars Available

  • Analyzing the Collision, the Injury, the Failure - An Overview
  • The Human Element - Biomechanics and Introduction to Human Factors
  • The Human Element - Biomechanics and Human Factors
  • Why We Crash? - Human Factors in Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • Broken Bones and Injured Organs - Injury Biomechanics in Motor Vehicle Collisions
  • Forensic Evidence Gathering & Documentation - with a Focus on Vehicle Collisions
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What's New

March 28, 2018

First pedestrian death involving fully autonomous vehicle

February 13, 2018

Bill S-2 to bring changes to Canada’s Motor Vehicle Safety Act

December 19, 2017

Holiday Wishes from Collision Analysis

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