is a professional consulting firm that combines Ergonomics, Industrial Engineering, and Health and Safety
expertise. They have served industry leaders in the areas of Transportation, Shipping, Manufacturing, and Health Care throughout the United States and Canada.
Established in 1994, their approach is bolstered by years of litigation scrutiny and backed by extensive application of ergonomics, human factors, epidemiologic, and occupational medical scientific literature. They specialize in human factors and ergonomics assessments, including both acute and cumulative exposures and their hands-on approach is backed by extensive research and measurement of actual work exposure to occupational physical factors and workplace design.
- The professionals at Page Engineering provide forensic engineering and root cause analysis expert witness services to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defense. Their areas of expertise include:
George B. Page, CPE
- Human factors
- Musculoskeletal Injury
- Biomedical Injury Analysis
- Biomechanical Injury Analysis
- Health and Safety
- Industrial Hygiene
- Physical Demands Assessments
|Usability TestingOccupational Accident ReconstructionBiomechanical ModelingVibration MeasurementComplianceOccupational Risk ManagementReturn to WorkRegulatory and Consensus Standard Initiatives|
, is a Certified Professional Ergonomist
. Since founding Page Engineering, Mr. Page has been providing ergonomics services, integrating multiple disciplines (industrial engineering, safety, health, business, regulatory) to provide effective results, whether in the application of job analyses and job improvement processes or in physical job demands analyses. His experience includes conducting ergonomics analyses and research in the railroad industry, primarily, and in heavy industry, in general, for over 22 years. Clients include: Union Pacific Railroad, Kansas City Southern Railways, Association of American Railroads, FedEx, American Petroleum Institute, Food Marketing Institute, Food Distributors International, Blue Water Bridge Authority, USPS. His expertise includes job exposure assessments, physical demands assessments, accident reconstruction, forensic engineering.
Greg G. Weames, CPE, CCPE, CRSP
, is a Certified Professional Ergonomist
who provides forensic services regarding Musculoskeletal Injury / Disorder Risk and expert testimony. Since joining with Page Engineering, Inc., Mr. Weames has been asked to provide consulting services in ergonomics for over 500 cases involving civil lawsuit work-related injury/disorder claims. With training, education and experience in musculoskeletal injury and musculoskeletal disorder as a focus, he applies generally accepted methodology in his analysis of causation to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty. Mr. Weames has his expert witness experience from within the railroad industry, which includes transportation, construction maintenance, mechanical shop, communications and office environments which support a large variety of jobs and work tasks.
Over the past 12 years of providing expert witness services, Mr. Weames has relied on independent, objective measurements of claimed exposures to occupational physical factors and the epidemiologic scientific literature, relevant ergonomics guidelines and standards to support his opinions. Mr. Weames has given depositions and has appeared at jury trials in both State and Federal US Court during his years doing expert witness work.
Stephen D. Fleming, CPE, CXLT
, is an Industrial Engineer / Ergonomist
whose background includes analyzing work environments and work tasks using industrial engineering work measurement methods and risk assessment models for different body regions. His expertise is in assisting industrial clients in applying ergonomics to workplace processes, tools, and equipment, including all major North American railroads, FedEx, Ford Motor Company, Lear Seating, USPS, and the Blue Water Bridge Authority. Mr. Fleming has been acknowledged for developing and implementing a methodology for measuring and analyzing exposure to whole-body vibration (WBV) and hand-arm vibration (HAV).
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