Ergonomics Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in the reduction or elimination of workers' injuries and associated costs, including redesigning and developing modified worktasks, tools, equipment and workstations from engineering, biomechanics, design and operations viewpoints.
The listings below are all Ergonomics expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsPatent Litigation Expert Witness in design patents, utility patents and trade dress.
Paul D. Hatch
At TEAMS Design my clients rely upon our ergonomic knowledge for every product we design and develop. In fact, the founder of our company is considered one the leading experts in early ergonomic studies in Europe in the sixties and his studies and publications are the foundation for everything we design. My personal work with Bosch power tools in particular has centered around an intimate knowledge of anthropocentric and physical ergonomics.
Environmental Safety Management Corporation
Richard M. Lynch, PhD, CIH
Certified Industrial Hygienist, expert in Indoor Air Quality, Mold and Sewer Contamination, Chemical Exposure, OSHA, Ergonomics, CTS, Back Injury, Product Warnings and Labeling, Noise. Published author.
A.D. Taveira LLC
Professor Alvaro D. Taveira, PhD, CPE
UW Professor & Dept. Chair, PhD, Certified Safety Professional, Certified Professional Ergonomist, safety and human factors/ergonomics, occupational safety, premises safety, product safety, warnings and instructions, musculoskeletal disorders, OSHA, job/workstation analysis/design, slip trip & fall, machinery & equipment safety.
Universal Safety Service LLC
Fort Pierce, FL
With over 22 years, of experience, Bobby has vast experience, knowledge, and the insight to think outside the box as well as prove his case when working as an Expert Witness for law firms. His clients have also reaped the rewards of his ability to have OSHA citations and fines revoked as well as settling for a reduced citation, categorization or fine. He has also proven himself, to stand firm, while working with local law enforcement, after his investigation, to change their findings and update initial reports to support facts and not beliefs.
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