This is a highly qualified expert who is capable of reviewing the case at hand. He is highly published and has considerable professional and academic experience in the field of ergonomics and engineering, making him capable of commenting on the potential for negligence on the part of the defendant in this case.
The areas in which he has consulted with attorneys may be broadly characterized as those involving issues pertaining to ergonomics/human factors, product safety, and occupational safety. In addition to consulting with attorneys, he teaches the senior level Safety Engineering class and the graduate level Ergonomics class in the Industrial Engineering program at the Pueblo campus of Colorado State University where he is an adjunct professor. He also consults with manufacturers on product safety and with employers of various types on workplace safety.
B.S., Oklahoma Baptist University
M.S., Industrial Engineering, University of Oklahoma
Ph.D., Industrial and Systems Engineering, Virginia Tech
Certification: Registered Professional Engineer
Member, Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
Member, Industrial Hygiene Association
Member, Industrial Advisory Board, Colorado State University at Pueblo
Published, 20+ engineering and ergonomics publications
Former, Ergonomics and Safety Consultant, Private Colorado Firm
Current, Adjunct Professor of engineering at major west coast university
Current, Vice President of major private ergonomics and engineering consulting firm