This extremely qualified expert has years of experience in human factors, machine design and systems methodologies as they apply to the prevention of injury involving industrial and agricultural equipment. He received his MEA degree from George Washington University and his PhD degree in industrial engineering from West Virginia University. He is a member of multiple professional associations, including the American Society of Safety Engineers and the System Safety Society. He has published 25+ peer-reviewed journal articles. He lectures both nationally and internationally and has received several honors for his impressive work, including the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health's "Performance Award," which he received on 13 years. He is a former safety engineer specializing in occupational safety and health administration at the Office of Mechanical Engineering Standards Development and a former research safety engineer at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. Currently, he is an associate professor of industrial and management systems engineering at a major university and the director of a major engineering research and development company.
Location: WV BS, Mechanical Engineering, Ohio Northern University MEA, George Washington University PhD, Industrial Engineering, West Virginia University Member, American Society of Safety Engineers Published, 25+ Peer-reviewed Journal Articles Lecturer & Presenter, Numerous National & International Locations Honor, Performance Award, National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health, 13 Years Former, Safety Engineer, Occupational Safety & Health Administration, Office of Mechanical Engineering Standards Development Former, Research Safety Engineer, National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Current, Associate Professor, Industrial & Management Systems Engineering, Major University Current, Director, Major Engineering Research and Development Company