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The main steps of a fire investigation include:

1. Arrive at the scene. Ensure safety of crime scene. Secure the area.
2. Investigate the scene. Evaluate external structure. Evaluate interior structure.
3. Document the evidence. Sample and tag evidence. …
4. Conclude the investigation. Finish necessary documents/reports.

In order for a fire to occur, three conditions must be met

In order for a fire to occur, three conditions must be met. There must be a combustible (fuel), an oxidizer (oxygen), and a sufficient heat energy source (source of ignition). The key elements that determine the cause of the fire rely on the determination of the first material ignited and of the source of ignition.

Universal Fire & Safety Services Ltd, examine buildings in order to detect fire hazards and ensure that federal, state, and local fire codes are met. Fire investigators, another type of worker in this field, determine the origin and cause of fires and explosions.

Based on the data analysis, the investigator produces a hypothesis, or hypotheses, to explain the phenomena, whether it be the nature of fire patterns, fire spread, identification of the origin, the ignition sequence, the fire cause, or the causes of damage or responsibility for the fire or explosion incident.

According to the NFPA report, the top four causes of home fires and their resulting casualties are cooking, heating, electrical distribution and lighting equipment (installed wiring, outlets, switches, cords, plugs, power supplies, and lighting), and careless smoking. Universal Fire & Safety Services Ltd try to determine how fires begin by applying the scientific method. Through observation and measurement, they can formulate a hypothesis, test it and form a conclusion about the fire’s origin and cause.

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