Mr Daniel Braude

Daniel Braude

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Shipping & Transport

Final phase of NTSB investigations
USA | 17 February 2021

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates aviation, railroad, highway, marine and pipeline accidents to determine their probable cause and issues safety recommendations to reduce the risk of future accidents. This article considers the final phase of NTSB investigations, as well as the options available to interested parties thereafter.

Analytic phase of NTSB investigations
USA | 10 February 2021

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates aviation, railroad, highway, marine and pipeline accidents to determine their probable cause and issues safety recommendations to reduce the risk of future accidents. This article considers the analytic phase of NTSB investigations, which follows the factual phase.

Factual phase of NTSB investigations
USA | 03 February 2021

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates aviation, railroad, highway, marine and pipeline accidents to determine their probable cause and issues safety recommendations to reduce the risk of future accidents. This article outlines the NTSB's investigation process within the initial 30 days following an incident.

Anticipating NTSB investigations – how best to prepare
USA | 27 January 2021

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates aviation, railroad, highway, marine and pipeline accidents to determine their probable cause and issues safety recommendations to reduce the risk of future accidents. This article provides companies with an overview of how they can best prepare for NTSB investigations into transport accidents.

Overview of National Transportation Safety Board investigations
USA | 07 October 2020

The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigates aviation, railroad, highway, marine and pipeline accidents to determine their probable cause and issues safety recommendations to reduce the risk of future accidents. It is critical that companies carefully navigate their activities with the NTSB during the first 24 to 48 hours after an incident. That is not the time to learn about how the NTSB conducts accident investigations. This article provides companies with an overview of NTSB investigations.