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Mobile Cranes and Boom Trucks Overhead Cranes and Hoists Aerial Lifts (boom type lifts, scissor lifts & bucket trucks) Tower Cranes Rigging OSHA compliance General Industry (1910) OSHA compliance Construction (1926) ANSI standards Bridge Beam erection and Pile Driving Multi-Crane and Critical Lift Engineering
CCO Certified Crane Operator (all mobile, tower crane & rigging) CCO Authorized Practical Examiner (all above classifications) Certified Equipment Manager-AEMP Certified Safety Person OSHA "Outreach" Instructor-Construction and General Industry 10 hr & 30 hr
Memberships: ASSE, AGC, AEMP, NSC, CFSC
Emory University-MBA Hofstra University-BA
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Gilford, NH 03249
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Expert on construction, industrial and agricultural equipment Evaluate Product to Promote Safe Design and Safe Use of Equipment Hazard Analysis, Design Review, Warnings Development, Safety and Operational Training Offer Guidance on Human Factors CIE - Certified Industrial Ergonomist Develop Standards for Design and Safe Use of Products Develop Training Materials and Perfrom Training for Operators of Lifting Equipment Including Cranes and Aerial Work Platforms Conduct Presentations at Seminars and Work Shops
Stan Andrews leads the Accident Reconstruction team also known as F.I.R.S.T. of NWA. Mr. Andrews' area of expertise includes accident investigation and reconstruction, and agricultural systems. He has given presentations on the topics of safety engineering, human factors, accident reconstruction, heavy truck crashworthiness, restraint systems, and distracted driving related to texting and cell phone use. Mr. Andrews has provided expert testimony in over 100 depositions and he has testified in trial as an expert witness about the forensic findings of an accident.
Cord Guthrie, Forensic Engineer has been conducting comprehensive investigations into Fire Origin and Cause for The Engineering Institute for the past ten years. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in pre-med psychology with an emphasis in criminology and a Master’s degree in Forensic Science from George Washington University. Mr. Guthrie is licensed private investigator and a member of the (NAFI) National Association of Fire Investigators, the (NFPA) National Fire Protection Association; a (CFEI) Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator and a (CVFI) Certified Vehicle Fire Investigator and an Arkansas licensed private investigator. Mr. Guthrie is also professionally trained in accident reconstruction, he has conducted hundreds of investigations regarding automobile accidents (fire and non-fire related).View EI Consultants, LLC Consulting Profile.
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Fall Protection – all areas where fall hazards exist OSHA, ANSI and related building codes, standards and regulations Ergonomics/Human Factors Structural Engineering Slips, trips, friction co-efficients Hunter’s Tree Stand Cases Confined Space Rescue