Investigation Safety

Indoor Safety

 

Things to consider when conducting a walk through, investigation or activity inside a home, building or enclosed area:

 *  Clothing - wear weather appropriate clothing and shoes

 *  Natural gas, asbestos or other harmful chemicals or materials

 *  High EMF (electrical or otherwise)

 *  Questionable electrical supply or fixtures

 *  The elements (air flow, heat, cold, etc.)

 *  Dust, mold, pollens, etc.

 *  Animals (physical presence as well as hair, dander, waste, etc.)

 *  Feces and waste (of any nature - human or otherwise)

 *  Sewage  leaks or contamination

 *  Water (water damage, slippery surfaces, running water, etc.)

 *  Garbage or other items laying within the area you'll be walking (garbage, nails, wood, misc. items)

 *  Structural Strength of location (rotted wood, holes in floors collapsing, etc.)

 *  Structural objects (stairs, decks, cupboards, doorways, etc.)

Outdoor Safety

 

Things to consider when conducting a walk through, investigation or outdoor activity:

 *  Clothing (wear weather appropriate clothing and shoes)

 *  Natural gas, asbestos or other harmful chemicals or materials

 *  High EMF (electrical or otherwise)

 *  The elements (airflow, heat, cold, etc.)

 *  Questionable electrical supply or wires

 *  Dirt, dust, mud, mold, pollens, etc.

 *  Animals (domestic, farm or wild - as  well as hair, dander, waste, etc.)

 *  Feces and waste (of any nature - human or otherwise)

 *  Sewage leaks or contamination

 *  Water (ice, snow, slippery surfaces, running water, dehydration, etc.)

 *  Climate (cold, hot, heat stroke, use of sunscreen, frost bite, etc.)

 *  Garbage or other items laying within the area you'll be walking (garbage, nails, wood, misc. items)

 *  Natural objects (tree trunks, tall grass, rocks, holes, etc.)

 *  Structural objects (abandoned home foundations or cellars, bridges, fences, etc.)