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Ronald Tyson
President
565 N. Ortonville Road
Ortonville MI 48462
USA
phone: (248) 230–9561
fax: (248) 230–8476
BUILDING & PREMISES EXPERT, Review and research to render opinions on correct building codes and life-safety standards concerning construction, ADA & OSHA issues. Opinions on causation & foreseeability, licensed builder with many years of subcontracting & general contracting [hands-on] experience. Plaintiff and Defense attorney clients. Continuing education studies. Never disqualified in over 200 times in court. Addressing allegations of Building Mold, Faulty Construction, Failure to disclose, Personal Injury, Manufactured Housing & other construction issues and Condominium claims. Addressing breach of contract issues. Ronald Tyson 248.230.9561 fax 248.230.8476 ronaldtyson@mac.com.
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Catherine Witt
Traffic Safety Consultant
PO Box 25436
Kansas City Missouri 64119
USA
phone: 816-813-6232
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Catherine Witt Traffic Safety Expert PhotoCatherine Witt specializes in Temporary Traffic Patterns during construction operations, maintenance operations, utility operations, and special events. Any time the motorist traffic pattern is changed there are specific requirements. Ms. Witt and her team are familiar with the requirements on a national level, in all 50 states, the state specific requirements and job site specific based on contracts.

Experience: Ms. Witt and her team have a total over 100 years experience in the Traffic Safety Industry. She has trained over 20,000 construction, maintenance, utility and law enforcement workers in the requirements nation wide and started out doing installation over 25 years ago. Ms. Witt then worked for the City of Overland Park, KS doing design, plan review, special events and in house training.

Catherine Witt provides litigation consulting and expert witness services for legal cases involving fatalities, catastrophic injuries, personal injuries, and workplace safety. She has expertise in Work zone safety and OSHA regulations for construction, utilities, special events, emergency response and maintenance. Ms. Witt's expert witness services are available to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Roadway Worker Safety
  • Temporary Traffic Control
  • Flagger Operations
  • Mobile Operations
  • Installation and Removal
  • High Visibility Safety Apparel
  • Adequate Signing
  • Adequate Channelization
  • Appropriate Tapers
  • Traffic Safety
  • Compliance with Plans and Standards
  • Compliance with Jurisdictional Requirements
  • Special Events
  • Emergency Response
  • Multi Jurisdictional / Multi Employers
  • P3
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    Bransford Pickett, PE
    PE Mechanical Engineering
    1356 Santa Olivia Road
    Chula Vista CA 91913
    USA
    phone: 619-977-7693
    fax: 619-781-8752
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    Bransford Pickett, PE, DFE, BSc, MScBA, has over 25 years of experience as a Mechanical Engineer. SEFS expertise includes design and review of material handling equipment, material handling management, and ship board systems. SEFS offers litigation support services for Accident Investigation and Reconstruction covering failure analysis, process simulation, regulatory compliance, equipment reliability, and personal injury / safety. His materials handling and engineering services are offered to attorneys, insurance and end user companies nationally and internationally.

    Mr. Pickett is a member on the American Society of Mechanical Engineers B30 committee on Safety Codes and Standards for cranes and rigging as well as a member of several subcommittees. He is also a member of American Society of Mechanical Engineers P30 Committee- Planning for the Use of Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Cableways and Lifting Accessories. ASME BTH Standards Committee.

    Mr. Pickett is a Professional Engineer, and holds a BSE from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and a MScBA in Finance from San Diego State University, as well as a board certified Diplomate Forensic Engineer. He has qualified as an expert witness in the State of New York Supreme Court and the State of California Supreme Court.

    Accident Investigation:
    • Man baskets, Forklifts, Scissors Lifts, Aerial Lifts, Rigging Gear, Hydraulic Jacks, and Hydraulic / pneumatic Lift Systems, Automotive Lift Systems, Conveyors, Pallet and Packages Conveyors, Pneumatic Systems, Machine tools, Boats, Barges, and Elevators
    • Tower, Mobile, Bridge, Truck, Portal, Container, Jib and Floating Barge Cranes, and Derricks
    • Operator training compliance to National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, NCCCO, requirements for tower crane, mobile crane, overhead crane, articulating crane operator training and certification, signal person, and rigger certification
    • Compliance covers applicable national and international standards that include the ABS, ASTM, ASM, ASME, ANSI, WSTDA, ALI, etc. and DIN, EN, FEM to list a few. National regulations include state and federal OSHA requirements as well as DOE, military specifications and standards
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    Michael C. Wright, PE, CSP, CPE
    President
    9363 Detrick Jordan Pike
    New Carlisle OH 45344-9140
    USA
    phone: 937-964-1900
    fax: 937-964-8457
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    Michael WrightMichael C. Wright, PE, CSP, CPE is a Professional Engineer with over 35 years of academic, practical, and specialized knowledge of Engineering, Construction, Safety, Maintenance, Demolition and Training in general industry and construction activities. Mr. Wright's expertise is a definite plus in providing clients with leading edge information and insight. A licensed and practicing engineer, he rounds out his knowledge as a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and Certified Plant Engineer to provide an insightful and accurate understanding of the issues involved in a case.

    Mr. Wright has completed over 600 hours of specialized safety training, serves on ANSI and ASTM Standards committees and provides a thorough knowledge of OSHA Regulations, Directives and Letters of Interpretation. A recognized author, presenter, and trainer, Mr. Wright communicates the issues clearly for all to understand. His expert witness experience is a balanced blend of defense, plaintiff and OSHA Solicitor cases. Mr. Wright is licensed in 46 states.

    Areas of Expertise:
  • Safety Programs
  • Construction
  • Product Liability
  • Fall Protection Programs
  • Suspended Loads
  • Contractors Formwork
  • Leading Edge Work Activities
  • Machine Guarding Safety
  • Concrete, Wood, Steel
  • Ladder Safety
  • Aerial & Scissor Lifts
  • Anchorage Points - Fall Arrest Programs
  • Bleachers
  • Scaffolding
  • Multi-Employer
  • Concrete Formwork
  • Construction & Demolition
  • Roofing
  • Crane Design & Inspection
  • Training Safety Programs (Customized Training Manuals)
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    1/27/2011 · Construction
    The traditional methodology for addressing safety for facilities, machines or products is for owners, architects, engineers, consultants, contractors and vendors to complete the design, engineering, construction or fabrication of a project based on past knowledge, experience and training.

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    Chip Darius, OHST, CET, CSHO
    President
    110 Court Street, Suite 1
    Cromwell CT 06416
    USA
    phone: 860-978-9899 or 800-809-0059 (Toll Free)
    fax: 860-760-6264
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    Chip Darius is an OSHA Safety Consultant and Trainer with over 25 years experience in general industry, construction, utilities and emergency services. Mr. Darius is an Instructor for the OSHA Training Institute Region 1 Education Center, teaching courses on OSHA regulations since 2002.

    Mr. Darius is a Forensic Expert Witness and Litigation Consultant with experience in both plaintiff and defense cases, in state and federal matters. He has testimony experience in depositions and at trials. He is available to review and evaluate cases, assist in framing legal arguments, assess the merits of a case, conduct incident investigations, and perform site inspections. He is an associate Member of the American Bar Association and Connecticut Bar Association.

    Mr. Darius has authored 3 guidebooks and multiple articles, and has designed more than 200 specialized courses in safety and trainer development. He earned BS and MA degrees from the University of Connecticut.

    Mr. Darius has also been a certified Emergency Medical Technician for over 35 years.

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    Paul Gantt
    President
    3160 Crow Canyon Place, Suite 115
    San Ramon CA 94583
    USA
    phone: 800-974-1419
    fax: 925-380-6759
    Paul Gantt is a Safety Engineer with more than 35 years experience in the fields of regulatory compliance, the development and delivery of workplace safety programs and systems. After serving in the Fire Service as Chief Officer, Paul founded Safety Compliance Management. He is the Pesident, and is Principal of a team legal expert. He is a Board Certified Safety Professional, Environmental Health and Safety Trainer and Construction Health and Safety Technician.

    Paul has considerable legal experience in the areas of Multi-Employer Worksites – General Industry and Construction, Accident/Incident Investigation and Reconstruction, Regulatory/Code Compliance, Hazardous Materials, and Post Fire Activities.

    Paul has authored two textbooks and numerous articles. He is a frequent speaker at national safety conferences, such as the National Safety Council and the American Society of Safety Engineers.
    Paul Gantt
    All the regulatory requirements associated with the handling, cleanup, and storage of hazardous materials (HAZWOPER) are brought together in this second edition. Comprehensive and current to the latest standards and technology, this new edition includes expanded regulations for dealing with an intentional release of a hazardous material in a terrorist incident, as well as pre-emergency plans for hazardous materials operations and response programs needed to effectively deal with natural disasters.
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    Kenneth S. Weinberg, MSc, PhD
    20 Thompson Court
    Stoughton MA 02072
    USA
    phone: 781-341-3893
    fax: 781-341-3893
    Kenneth S. Weinberg, PhD is an Industrial Hygienist and serves as the principal consultant at Safdoc Systems. Dr. Weinberg holds a PhD in Biochemistry and Pathology from Boston University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences as well as a Master of Science Degree in Environmental Health and Radiation Health Physics from the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health. He is also a Certified Toxics Use Reduction Planner in Massachusetts.

    Dr. Weinberg moved from a career in research to environmental science and health and safety. He worked as an industrial hygienist in VA Hospitals prior to serving as the Director of Environmental Health and Safety at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston for more than ten years.

    Dr. Weinberg has expertise in Pulmonary Disease and Pulmonary Injury, as well as in the development of lung cancer due to exposure to environmental pollutants. He also has experience in toxicology and DUI evaluation.

    Dr. Weinberg is the author of book entitled: "The Hospital Safety Director's Handbook" , published June, 2002, by Opus Communications. The book has been described as a thorough, yet concise guidebook for hospital safety directors that's easy to reference and understand.

    Litigation Support - Dr. Weinberg provides expert witness services to counsel representing both plaintiff and defendant. His services include medical record review, written reports, depositions, and trial testimony as needed.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Laboratory Safety
    • Chemical Safety
    • Hospital Safety
    • Joint Commission for Health Care Accreditation
    • OSHA
    • Hazard Communication
    • EPA
    • Industrial Hygiene
    • Latex Allergy
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Mold
  • Emergency Preparedness / Emergency Response
  • Toxicology
  • Risk Assessment
  • Policy Development
  • Regulatory Issues
  • Mercury
  • Hazardous Waste / Chemical Waste
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    Greg Gerganoff, CSP, Esq.
    Certified Safety Professional

    Denver, CO
    All States USA
    phone: 303-330-4616
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    Greg Gerganoff OSHA Safety Expert PhotoGreg Gerganoff, ASP, CSP, Esq., is an OSHA / MSHA Safety field and compliance expert with experience in the heavy construction, manufacturing, light rail construction, power plant outages, public schools, oil and gas, mining, pipeline, and trenching and excavation industries.

    As OSHA and MSHA are not mere “guidelines to safety” but federal laws enforceable in administrate hearings and federal courts, Mr. Gerganoff's 12 years of experience as a Licensed Attorney, and additional 17 years as a safety professional (CSP), make him uniquely qualified to research and interpret OSHA regulatory laws (29 CFR 1910 & 1926) and MSHA (30 CFR Part 46). He maintains his license to practice law in the state of Colorado.

    Litigation Support - Understanding the role of case assessment and the value of discovery, Mr. Gerganoff's field safety expertise and legal experience can assist legal counsel at any stage of a safety related case or claim. His services are available to counsel looking to a safety professional as a subject matter expert expecting solid, well researched, sited, and substantiated opinions. No advocacy, just plain, unbiased, well-reasoned and supported opinions. Mr. Gerganoff is retained by attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defendant.

    Safety Training includes but not limited to:
    • PEC SafeLand Core and Basic
    • OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Outreach Trainer Gen Industry
    • H2S Training (in accord with ANSI Z390.1-2006)
    • MSHA New Miner (Surface Metal and Nonmetal)
    • Aerial / Man Lift Operator Training
    • Power Tool Safety and Inspection
  • Hazard Communication
  • Lockout / Tagout
  • Confined Space
  • Trench and Excavation
  • Fork Lift Operator Training / Lifting
  • Fall Protection
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    10/17/2017 · Expert Witnessing
    The employ of expert witnesses in litigation is typically undertaken to help the decider of fact (judge or jury) decipher an area of specialized knowledge which is key to the case. The expert report serves the primary purpose of "educating" deciders of fact on topics not commonly known to the general public. However, a noncomplying expert report can wreak havoc on a case, increase costs or worse, have the expert's testimony precluded in whole or part from use at trial. This of course is contrary to the purpose of retaining an expert in the first place. Understanding the parameters of compliance (C.R.C.P. 26 (a) (2) (B) (I)) and how sanctions for non-compliance (C.R.C.P. 37 (c) (1)) may be applied is important not only for legal counsel but the expert as well under the 2015 rule updates and the recent Colorado Supreme Court case, Catholic Health Initiatives Colorado v. Earl Swensson Associates, Inc.

    10/26/2016 · Construction
    During a recent conversation with a friend who had purchased a small construction company he mentioned in passing that one of his employees had injured his ankle on the job but didn't report it to his work comp carrier as it was a minor incident, no days off work, didn't want his rates to go up, why bother. All is good. Right?

    8/18/2016 · OSHA
    Electricity is a vital source of energy in our daily lives. It powers tools, provides light and heat. Our working lives are much improved and efficiency greatly increased thanks to electricity. But what about those situations where power from the grid is unavailable. Well, portable generators are an excellent tool for such a scenario.

    6/24/2016 · OSHA
    Safety culture is a term frequently bandied about in today's business world and sounds as trendy as "mission statements" were years ago. (Let's not forget "best in class". First time I heard this at a company meeting I looked around to make sure I hadn't mistakenly wandered into a dog show. Really?)

    Use fall protection; Use trench boxes when excavating; Lock out Tag Out any time repair or maintenance of equipment involving stored energy is performed; Slips, Trips and Falls are one of the most expensive types of injury. For my sixteen years in safety these safety hazards were always in the forefront of safety concerns for businesses and safety professionals. Guess what? Work related road way crashes is the number one serious/fatal injury cause for U.S. workers. OSHA recognizes this. CDC/NIOSH has generated a white paper studying this fact. Who knew? So here is some info on this number one safety hazard in the US work place.

    4/11/2016 · OSHA
    In the safety world hazard recognition plays a vital role in keeping your people safe from unsafe behaviors and/or conditions. Some hazards are easily recognized, for example an employee climbing up a 20 foot ladder with tools held in both hands. (This is a fall hazard by the way.) Common sense right? The safety guy who taught me safety had a great response to this attitude, "Few people have any sense (read knowledge) in common (read shared alike)". So while some safety hazards are immediately recognizable others require training to spot and avoid. Training is a key method in avoiding the "Ostrich Zone". One such hazard is Hydrogen Sulfide. You don't want to bury your head facing this hazard. (Won't do much good anyway, Hydrogen Sulfide is heavier then air!)

    3/7/2016 · OSHA
    "If you don't know where you are going, you will probably end up somewhere else.", so said Laurence J. Peter, a professor at the University of Southern California whose works touched the business world. (He is well known for the "Peter Principal".) Peter's above quote essentially points out that action lacking a clear objective will likely lead to unwanted or unintended consequences.

    2/19/2016 · OSHA
    Hazard recognition plays a vital role in keeping employees safe. Some hazards are easily recognized, for example an employee climbing up a 20-ft ladder while holding tools in both hands is an obvious fall hazard. While some safety hazards are immediately recognizable, others require training to spot and avoid. One such hazard is hydrogen sulfide (H2S). Training is a key method to avoid the "ostrich zone." You do not want to bury your head when facing this hazard.

    1/29/2016 · OSHA
    When personal injury events occur legal negligence actions may arise. Common law negligence is established by plaintiff showing defendant owed plaintiff a legal duty, to conform to a standard of care, defendant breached that duty, plaintiff suffered injury and there is a causal relationship between the breach and injury. FN 1 But what sources of standard of care proofs are available? How does a litigant go about proving standard of care?

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    Robert T. Tolbert, PE
    140 Landings Lane
    Wilsonville AL 35186
    USA
    phone: (cell) 205-937-2747 or 205-670-5733
    Robert T. "Robby" Tolbert, PE is a licensed Professional Engineer with over 40 years of work experience in Mechanical, Industrial, and Construction industries. With a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master's degree in Civil / Structural Engineering, Mr. Tolbert can handle a wide range of tasks. He currently holds two U.S. Patents, with two more pending.

    In overturning a lower court ruling (see Newton v Wright, 2003-2004), the Alabama State Supreme Court quoted Mr. Tolbert BY NAME in their ruling (See Link above). In 2010, the Alabama legislature amended the Workers’ Compensation laws of the state to reflect the Supreme Court ruling in which Mr. Tolbert was quoted, citing the Newton v Wright decision. His education, experience, professional engineering licenses, and accident reconstruction certifications have enabled Mr. Tolbert to overcome the Daubert challenges in the field of litigation. He has been retained as an Expert over 300 times.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Accident Reconstruction
    • Heavy Equipment
    • Railroad Accidents
    • Agricultural Equipment
    • ADA Violations
    • OSHA Issues
    • MSHA Issues
    • Building Codes
    • Machine Guarding
  • Product Liability
  • Hydraulics
  • Mobile Equipment
  • Elevators
  • Trip and Falls
  • Race Tracks
  • Racing
  • Industrial Accidents
  • Safety Engineering
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    R. Kevin Smith, P.E.
    President, R. K. Smith Engineering
    1539 Chalone Ct.
    Crown Point IN 46307
    USA
    phone: 219-226-9510 (Office)708-790-1938 (Cell)
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    R. Kevin Smith PE, BSME, MMAE, has been a specialist in Engineering Forensic Safety and Design for 35 years. He has consulted on over a 1,000 matters nationwide.

    Mr. Smith is a registered professional engineer and holds a BSME and MMAE from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago. He specializes in Material Handling Equipment Safety, including lift trucks, dock safety, truck loading, conveyors, and aerial work platform safety.

    Mr. has been actively involved as a member of the committee that writes the Safety Standard for Low Lift and High Lift Trucks (ASME/ANSI B56.1) for over 30 years. He also serves on the B56.6 committee (rough terrain lift trucks) and the ANSI A92.5 and A92.6 subcommittees (self-propelled elevating work platforms).

    Litigation Support - Mr. Smith formerly worked for Triodyne, Inc. for over 15 years as a forensic engineer/principal engineer. As President of R. K. Smith Engineering Inc., he currently has a laboratory for examination and testing, and owns or has access to varied testing equipment and tools.

    Kevin Smith has testified at depositions and trials on several hundred matters. He has performed hundreds of investigations into product failures involving injury and property damage, and has reconstructed numerous accidents. His expertise is available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant. Mr. Smith also is on the Adjunct Math faculty at Prairie State College.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Forklift Trucks
    • Aerial Work Platform Lifts
    • Product Testing
    • Material Handling / Lifting / Rigging Equipment
    • Accident Reconstruction
    • Machine Guarding
    • Safeguarding
    • Warnings
  • Agricultural and Construction Equipment
  • Skid Steer Loaders
  • Stability Testing
  • Loading Dock Safety
  • Consumer Products / Testing
  • OSHA Citations
  • Codes & Standards
  • Standard of Care in Design
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    Dr. J.P Purswell, PhD, PE, CPE
    Ergonomics & Safety Expert
    2035 Mulligan Drive
    Colorado Springs CO 80920
    USA
    phone: 719-330-0126
    fax: 719-265-6905
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    Dr. J. P. Purswell, PhD, PE, CPE has extensive experience in Human Factors, Ergonomics and Safety Engineering. He holds a doctorate in Industrial & Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech. A member of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society and the American Industrial Hygiene Association, Dr. Purswell served as the past Chair of the Industrial Engineers PE exam from 2005 to 2009. He continues to serve on the committee which is responsible for the preparation of the national professional engineering examination in industrial engineering.

    Dr. Purswell is the author of more than 20 publications and presentations on Product Safety, Occupational Safety, Printed Warnings, and Auditory Warnings. Examples of products addressed include silica, asbestos, cleaning chemicals, gasoline containers, and recreational equipment. Dr. Purswell maintains NIST-calibrated equipment for the measurement of light, sound, force, and whole-body and hand-arm vibration in addition to standard photo and video equipment.

    Dr. Purswell has been an Expert Witness in the legal industry since 1997. He has been qualified as an expert in state and federal courts across the nation in safety engineering, including safety analysis techniques such as Fault Tree Analysis and FMEA as well as product warnings / instructions and OSHA compliance issues. Dr. Purswell's services include site inspections, document review, drafting Rule 26-compliant reports, deposition, and trial testimony. He has been retained by attorneys for both Plaintiff (40%) and Defense (60%) more than 100 times, has been deposed approximately 50 times, and has testified at trial over 20 times.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Warning and Safety Instructions
    • OSHA Compliance
    • Chemical Accident Prevention
    • Product Safety
    • Lockout / Tagout & Machine Guarding
    • Trucks and Forklift Accidents
  • Power Tools Safety
  • Hazard Communication - Audible Alarms
  • Employer Safety Training and Supervision
  • Perception / Reaction Time
  • Ergonomic Work Practices
  • Working and Walking Surfaces - Slip, Trip and Fall
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    10/10/2013 · Ergonomics
    In 2005 a summary of "General Duty Clause" citations issued for ergonomic hazards was published (Purswell & Purswell, 2005). That summary showed that the primary area of ergonomics citation activity under the "General Duty Clause" (paragraph (5)(a)(1) of the OSHAct of 1970) by OSHA to that point had been concentrated in nursing homes, peaking in 2002 and 2003.

    The purpose of the current study was to update and expand upon an earlier study performed to review and categorize OSHA accident investigation records for pedestrian-backing vehicle accidents according to whether the backing vehicle had a backup alarm and whether the alarm was installed and functioning as intended. The current study includes an analysis of additional records as well as the business type (SIC code) of the employer.

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    Jeffrey E. Bartrem
    Construction Inspection Consultant
    PO Box 264
    Williamston MI 48895
    USA
    phone: 517-655-6903 or 517-944-1380 (cell)
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    Jeffrey E. Bartrem is a Certified Building Inspector with over 30 years of experience as Residential Rehabilitation Specialist, Building Official, Plan Reviewer, and Deputy Fire Inspector. He has performed tens of thousands of inspection on residential, commercial, and industrial properties.

    Mr. Bartrem's experience includes both national and international projects including ones in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. He has vast knowledge and understanding of Construction Practices Assessments, International Code Council, the International Accreditation Service, Basic Building Codes, ICBO, ICC, and the Uniform Building Code.

    Mr. Bartrem has been offering litigation support services for 35 years. He is often called upon to perform thorough research to disqualify opposition reports, depositions, and testimony. Mr. Bartrem has been qualified in many District and Circuit Courts, as well as Federal Courts, and has never been disqualified.

    Jeffrey Bartrem has appeared for builders at licensing hearings, conducted draw request inspections, negotiated for building and business owners with building officials, fire officials and prosecutors, performed complex sale inspections, prepared maintenance forecasts, managed multi-million dollar renovations, as well as represented many homeowners in building code and workmanship claims.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Wrongful Death
    • Premises Liability
    • Property Liability
    • Negligence Actions
    • Building Code Expert
    • Residential Structures
    • Commercial Structures
    • Fire Issues
    • Electrical
  • Mechanical
  • Plumbing
  • Zoning
  • Workmanship
  • Water Testing
  • Building Inspections
  • Maintenance
  • Building Code Research
  • Construction Safety
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    Christopher Lane
    President
    1021 SW Klickitat Way #106
    Seattle, WA 98134
    USA
    phone: 714-801-5229
    POWERPLANT Specialists, LLC., (PPC) is a technical services company providing highly specialized support services for Industrial Power Generation Systems, Cogeneration and Combined Cycle Power Plants. PPC specializes in Design, Performance, Forensics, Construction, Design Defects, Cost Analysis for Lost Operations, Maintenance, and Repair. PPC has extensive international experience and is OSHA Lockout / Tagout Certified.

    Areas of Expertise
    • Power Generation
    • Marine Propulsion - Conventional / Alternative Fueled Systems
    • Microturbines
    • Boilers
    • Industrial Gas Turbines
    • Diesel Engines
    • Cogeneration
    • Geothermal
    • Landfill
    • Digester Gas
    • Wind and Solar Powered Generation Systems
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    Homer R. Peterson, II, PE, CSP
    1940 Fountain View Drive # 509
    Houston TX 77057
    USA
    phone: 832-740-4596
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    Homer R. Peterson II, PE, CSP, has over 40 years of Construction and Safety experience (17 union, 23 non-union) in various positions such as president, senior vice president, vice president, project manager, and timekeeper.

    Mr. Peterson's responsibilities have included estimating, sales, project management, scheduling, expediting, quality, troubleshooting, and administration, plus 20 years in charge of safety and risk management. Work overseen has included over 350 projects in 21 states and territories of the United States, including airports, bridges, casinos, convention centers, convocation centers, distribution centers, hospitals, hotels, manufacturing facilities, office buildings, paper mills, pharmaceutical plants, power plants, prisons, refineries, schools, stores, shopping malls, sports arenas, steel mills, and warehouses.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Peterson provides consulting services to attorneys, insurance companies, and businesses preparing for litigation arising from either 1) construction disputes or 2) safety issues that have resulted in worker injury or death. His services are offered as a subject matter expert, expert witness, and safety consultant. Mr. Peterson also serves as an arbitrator through the American Arbitration Association (AAA).

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Safety
    • Falls from Elevation
    • Fall Protection
    • Negligence
    • Occupational Health / Safety Management Systems
    • Personal Injury
    • Safety Standards of Care
  • Wrongful Death Construction
  • Construction Claims
  • Construction Disputes
  • High-rise construction
  • OSHA Matters
  • Precast Erection
  • Steel Erection
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    Paul E. Langille
    PO Box 309
    Washington TX 77880
    USA
    phone: 208-251-9723
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    Paul E. Langille has more than 45 years of experience in the Trucking, Crane and Heavy Construction Industries with emphasis in the safe and efficient operation of heavy transport equipment and crane operations.

    Mr. Langille's experience includes serving in management roles such as Branch Management, VP & Operations Management, Project Management, Technical, Sales, Quality Control, Training, Safety, and Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Laws, Regulations and Standards governing the safe performance of work. He has extensive knowledge of OSHA 1910 for General Industry, OSHA 1926 for the Construction Industry. as well as the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administrations Rules and Regulations governing the safe operation of Commercial Motor Vehicles.

    Mr. Langille also has more than 20 years of safe and efficient hands on operation of over the road trucks, farming and heavy construction equipment including tractors, excavators, backhoes, dozers, loaders, motor graders, as well as both hydraulic and lattice boom cranes and heavy transport vehicles.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Langille provides expert witness services for cases involving the Heavy Trucking and Heavy Crane industries. His services are available to attorneys representing plaintiff and defendant and include the accident review, written reports, discovery, deposition, and trial testimony as needed.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Truck Accidents
    • Crane Accidents
    • Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) Safety
  • Crane and Rigging Safety
  • Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety
  • Mobile Crane Safety
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