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Incident Reporting Writing And Witness Statements

10 Questions  I  By Zackcrowther
Incident Reporting Writing and Witness Statements
A ten question quiz on incident report writing and witness statements.

  
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1.  What statements should never be in your witness statement or incident report?
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2.  How should dates and times be written?
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3.  Who should write an incident report?
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4.  With whom may you share your report or statement?
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5.  When a business partner is taken away by EMS personnel what is critical piece of information you must collect?
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6.  If the police, fire department or emergency medical service personnel were involved what information must you get for your report?
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7.  How soon should you write your witness statement or incident report after the incident?
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8.  (True or False) When writing an incident report or witness statement it is OK to use commonly used abbreviations?
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9.  What is the last thing you should do before sending a report?
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10.  (True or False) Your written reports or written statements are admissible in court and can potentially expose Gap Inc. to liability in civil court.
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