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Artifact
A human made or portable object
Datum
A fixed reference point for all three dimensional measurements. It should be something permanent like a light switch, a tree, or a post.
Feature
A non-portable object such as a fire pit, a house, or a garden.
Organic or Environmental Remains (non artifactual)
natural remnants that nonetheless indicate human activty such as animal bones or plant remains, but also soils and sediments.
Provenience
The origin and derivation of an item in a three dimensional space, in a relation to a datum and other items.
Matrix
The material surrounding a find. Along with its provenience, and the finds association to other finds, it makes up the finds context.
Evidence
Information, whether personal testimony, documents, or material objects, that is given in a legal investigation to make a fact or proposition more or less likely.
Crime Scene Investigators
Investigate a crime scene
Chain of Custody
A form that documents the movement of evidence from the time it is obtained to the time it is presented in court
Blood born pathogence
Occupations at risk for BBP's include law enforcement, emergency response, and forensic laboratory personnel
Universal Precautions
The primary concept for infection control; it requires all employees to treat all human blood, body fluids, or other potentially infectious materials as if they are infected with disease such as hepatitis B, C, and HIV.
Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
a document that provided information on the hazards of a particular material so that personnel can work safely and responsibly with hazardous materials. This document is typically available through a vendors website.