Eric Globerger, Certified Investigator / Analyst

T: 847-487-5776
egloberger@agosti-fire.com

 

 

 

Mr. Globerger started his fire service career at the age of 16. He has conducted public sector fire and explosion investigations including single family residences, commercial properties, vehicle fires, and fire deaths since 2009. As a fire analyst, Mr. Globerger’s responsibilities and experience include photography, interviewing, scene documentation, evidence collection, and report writing.

Mr. Globerger has experience and knowledge in all aspects of fire department operations including safety, dive rescue, code enforcement, fire prevention, incident management, emergency medical services, and grant writing. Mr. Globerger currently serves as a Battalion Chief and certified fire investigator for the Lake Forest Fire Department where he has been a member since 2000.

Education/Training:

Bachelor’s Degree: Fire Science Southern Illinois University
Associate’s Degree in Fire Science from College of Lake County
Certified Fire Investigator, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Chief Fire Officer, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Fire Officer I & II, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Fire Prevention Officer, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Incident Safety Officer, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Hazardous Materials Incident Command, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Rescue Diver – PADI, ERDI, and Dive Rescue International
Certified EMS Lead Instructor Certificate, National Association of EMS Educators
Crude Oil by Rail Certificate, Security and Emergency Response Training Center
Enhanced All Hazards Incident Management Certificate, Texas A&M
Certified Paramedic, Illinois Department of Public Health

Qualifications:

Certified Fire Investigator, Illinois State Fire Marshal
Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator, NAFI

Practice Areas:

Fire and Explosions:

Arson defense/prosecution; electrical fires; gas explosions; vehicular fires; structure fires; fire deaths/injuries. Fire scene evidence and spoliation issues.

Building and Fire Codes:

Fire/Building code violations; Life Safety Code violations; smoke detector issues; Fire spread issues; fire prevention analysis.

Fire Department Practices:

Fire department operations/practices/management; firefighter deaths/injuries/safety; discipline and termination issues.

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