Place appropriate mats in the bathroom as well as inside/outside the tub bath. | Trip (accident) | When mats or rugs are rugged or folded up, smalls objects left on the floor (i.e. brush, bucket, etc), uneven floors, etc. | Inform your supervisor about the obstructions on the floor or if the carpet is not placed correctly, remove all the objects from the floor and inform to others. In case of electrical wires on the floor make sure they are not on the way.
They tell you the differences in chromosomes between males and females, and their appearance in blood of unknown origin is a basis for identifying it as from a female. 2. Two approaches to the investigation are of blood at a crime scene biological approach (serology) and a physics approach (blood splatter or bloodstain pattern interpretation). 3. The investigators first task in investigating suspicious stains is to
Every factory had orders to have one of these two systems installed in them to help prevent or hold back the outbreak of a fire to prevent damage to the property or lose of the workers. As Bruere explains, an order has gone out to install automatic sprinklers in factories, but the manufacturers had organized to fight it because it meant so great an expenditure (105). If the factory had one of these two systems installed, it could have helped prevent such a loss of lives during the fire’s
When sterilisation is complete do not open the autoclave until the steam has been exhausted and the temp has fallen. If the steam escapes it will rise up and the operator will get burnt. Cleaning surgery tables with trigene or domestos- irritation to eyes and skin very dangerous if swallowed. Inhalation of chemicals. Wear PPE.
These types of scientific analysis of bloodstain patterns require a lot of extensive training and experience, often going beyond the normal crime scene process. To add to this, there are several different terms and opinions by various “experts” in the field, which can sometimes confuse the typical investigator. Therefore, this report’s intent will attempt to show some simple and useful examples of bloodstain pattern identification and documentation as well as pictures and descriptions. When having to handle blood and other various biological fluids such as aids, hepatitis and hepatitis b, meningitis, and even tuberculosis, every crime scene investigator should always exercise universal precautions while working in crime scenes wearing approved disposable gloves. The use of disposable masks, protective eyewear and disposable infectious disease gowns should also be considered when dealing with large amounts of blood or other body fluids and every attempt should be made to follow procedures put in place when dealing with these potential hazards at a crime scene.
This could have been prevented if the knives were removed and placed away from the clients. Infections Needles Used equipment such as needles and syringes should bedisposed in bins known as sharp bins (which are specifcally for needles). This is to prevent infection spreading in the care home and also to prevent the needles from harming any clients. Substances Bleach Walking through the main sitting room I noticed that a container of bleach was left in the corner by perhaps a cleaner. This could cause harm or illness to the clients as bleach is quite hazardous.
(firearmsid.com) You also do not want to process the questionable document with fingerprint powder or chemicals because this can cause damage to the document and ruin the evidence. (firearmsid.com) Once the questionable document has been collected and secured the document examiner can move on to collecting known handwriting samples. When collecting known handwriting samples a good thing to keep in mind is that you can never have too many known samples. (Saferstein, 2011) Every person has a natural variation in their handwriting which makes every sample a slight bit different, so the more comparison handwriting you have the better chance the examiner will have of making a clear decision.
A student spills chemicals on his or her skin. Explain the procedure that should be followed. (16 points) Rinse the spill on the skin immediately with continuously running water and soap. In the laboratory, notify your instructor of the situation. 3.
In the case of a firearm related crime, the most crucial pieces of evidence can be the firearm itself along with the damaging ammunition. Through a series of tests known as “Ballistic Testing,” experts are able to determine whether the damaging ammunition was in fact released from the suspected firearm. (Inbau,1999)
One aspect of forensic science that can be very interesting is that of forensic ballistics or firearms identification. Ballistics is defined as the projectile in which a bullet flies when fired, however forensic ballistics is the science of analyzing firearms usage in crimes. Organizations such as the National Integrated Ballistics Information Network (NIBIN), and the Integrated Ballistic Identification System (IBIS) play important roles in identifying bullets and the firearms in which they were fired from. When any firearm is fired there are unique tool marks that are apparent on the bullet due to the makeup of the firearm itself. Each and every firearm is created differently thus creating its own identity making it rather easy to link a bullet to a firearm.