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Biomechanic Ergonomic Human Factors Expert Witness

Provides Opinion & Testimony In:

Product Design, Product Development, Product Failure, Musculoskeletal Disorders, Repetitive Strain Injuries, Ergonomic Team Training, Manufacturing Processes, Hand Arm Vibration, Whole Body Vibration, Low Back Injuries Carpal Tunnel, Material Handling, Task Analysis, Systems Analysis, Information Processing, Sensation, Perception, Consumer Products, Medical Devices, Human Error, Decision Making, Situation Awareness, Biomechanics, Hip Injuries, Slip, Trip, Falls, Osteoarthritis, Fatigue, Injury Prevention

Expert No. 9

He has over 30 years of experience in research and application of Biomechanics, Ergonomics and Human Factors Engineering to product development, commercialization of technology, retail store development, injury prevention management, accident reconstruction and litigation support. He has been accepted by courts in many States and Federal Court involving a wide range of issues. He is a founder and Sr. Consultant of company since 1989.

Education

BSME, Purdue Univ., 1978, concentration: Biomechanics/Ergonomics/Human Factors Eng.
MS, Purdue Univ., 1980, concentration: Biomechanics/Ergonomics/Human Factors Eng.
MBA, Rockhurst College, 1988, Marketing/General Mgmt.

Ergonomics

Product Design/Development
Quantification of Ergonomic Risks
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD)
Low Back Injuries
Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI)
Carpal Tunnel (CTS)
Ergonomic Team Training
Physical Demands & Abilities
Manufacturing Processes
Manual Material Handling
Hand / Arm Vibration Exposure (HAVS)
Effects of Aging
Whole Body Vibration Exposure (WBV)
Task Analysis
Environmental Exposure (Heat & Cold)
Workplace Accommodations (ADA)
Ergonomic Effects of Vision & Lighting
Anthropometry

Human Factors

Systems Analysis
Human Error
Information Processing
Decision Making Processes
Sensation and Perception
Instructions, Labels & Warnings
Communication
Safety Critical Systems
Mental Workload
Situation Awareness
Consumer Products
Medical Devices
Training & Education
Medical Errors

Biomechanics

Forensic Biomechanics
Balance & Stability
Acute Injury Mechanics
Overuse Injuries
Biomechanical Analysis of Injuries
Anthropometrics
Shoulder, Back, Knee, Hip Injury
Osteoarthritis
Slip, Trip & Fall Mechanics
Vehicle Collisions
Kinetics, Kinematic Analysis
Restraint Systems
 
Exercise Physiology

Fatigue and Performance
Thermoregulation & Dehydration
Environmental Exposure (Heat & Cold
Physical Performance & Testing
Energy Delivery & Utilization
Muscular Strength & Endurance
Physical Demands & Abilities
Injury Prevention
 
Athletic & Sports Related Injuries

Overuse & Acute Injury Mechanics
Sports Equip. Related Injuries
Bicycle Injuries
Injury Prevention
Golf, Golf Carts
Baseball
Ballooning
Pitching Machines
Helmets
Swimming
 
Honors

Pi Tau Sigma, National Engineer. Academic Honorary
Selected for Executive MBA Semester Program

Publications

Available Upon Request

Associations accepted into

Human Factors and Ergonomics Society;
American Industrial Hygiene Association
American Society of Safety Engineers
Institute of Industrial Engineers
Society of Automotive Engineers
American Society of Biomechanics
American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Presentations

Available Upon Request

Personal Accomplishments & Interest

US National Lightweight Rowing Team (1978), Sailing (buoy and long distance racing), Ballooning (licensed pilot), Scuba Diving (NASDS certified), Private Pilot (Instrument rated), Mountain Climbing, White Water Rafting, Parachuting, Biking
 
Civic Responsibilities

Former Board Member – Innovia Medical
Former Board Member – Visitation School
Former Board Member – Kansas City Rowing Foundation
Former Board Member – Medworks Occupational Medicine Group
Former Board President – Greater KC Garden Center Association

Present Position

A Company
Position: President / Sr. Consultant
Responsibilities: Biomechanics, Ergonomics, Human Factors Engineering consulting to industry and legal profession
Period: 1989 – Present

Innovia Medical, LLC
Executive Mgmt
Responsibilities: Develop EarCheck medical device and launch to retail marketplace

Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Department: Marketing / Merchandising
Responsibilities: Developing new retail store concepts that attract alternative customer demographics. Including fixturing, lighting, signing, graphics, and related human factors issues.

Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Department: Product Development
Responsibilities: Commercialize proprietary and patented Holography and Laser Technology into consumer products

Crown Center Redevelopment Corp.
Department: Engineering
Responsibilities: Engineering special projects, product development

US Olympic Committee
Department: Sports Medicine Div. – Biomechanics
Responsibilities: Working with the US National/Olympic Team on the optimization of body motion using high speed cinematography and computer analysis; biomechanics.

General Motors
Department: Production Assembly
Responsibilities: Manufacturing Assembly of various components of the automobile
Proctor & Gamble
Department: Production / Quality
Responsibilities: Determine whether the packaged soap met quality standards. Supported the production process of packaged powdered soap.

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