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Engineering Accident Investigation of Hyatt Hotel Walkway Collapse, Waterworks Explosion in UK, Extend of Damage in Oklahoma City Bombing and Crash of DC-10 in Sioux City Iowa

Engineering Accident Investigation of Hyatt Hotel Walkway Collapse, Waterworks Explosion in UK, Extend of Damage in Oklahoma City Bombing and Crash of DC-10 in Sioux City Iowa 1
Engineering Accident Investigation of Hyatt Hotel Walkway Collapse, Waterworks Explosion in UK, Extend of Damage in Oklahoma City Bombing and Crash of DC-10 in Sioux City Iowa 2
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Engineering Accident Investigation of Hyatt Hotel Walkway Collapse, Waterworks Explosion in UK, Extend of Damage in Oklahoma City Bombing and Crash of DC-10 in Sioux City Iowa 4

Credit: 1 PDH Webinar
Webinar: 50 minutes
Webinar Price: $25.00

Course Summary:

In this webinar we examine the engineering accident investigation in several different cases. We examine the walkway collapse in the Hyatt Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri. The explosion in the water works of a small town in UK, the Oklahoma City Bombing’s extensive damage to the building and engine failure in a DC- 10 that crashed on the runway, while attempting to land.

Learning Objective:

By the end of this course the student will learn what was the root cause failure of the walkway collapse in the Hyatt Hotel in Kansas City, Missouri, what caused the explosion in the waterworks in Lancashire England, why the damage was so extensive to Alfred Murrah Federal Building, and what caused the engine failure in the DC- 10 that crashed on the runway of Sioux City Iowa, while attempting to land.

How it works:

  • Purchase the webinar
  • After purchasing watch it
  • Answer a few short quiz questions
  • Print the certificate and receipt
  • All interactive questions should be asked during or after the streamed webinar via email from 9 am till 4 pm Central Time.