Our professionals bring together the necessary fields of study for Industrial Accidents such as machine and process design, machine guarding, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, and codes and standards to identify the causes of industrial accidents.
Industrial facilities can be noisy, dirty, and complex places with many machines operating and processes underway around the clock, in order to produce a finished product. Maintaining process safely requires written operation and safety procedures, trained personnel, machine guarding, and an environment that encourages and nurtures safety. Depending on conditions at a facility, performing an unsafe act can cause serious injury or death to personnel. Our professionals bring together the necessary fields of study such as machine and process design, machine guarding, industrial hygiene, ergonomics, and codes and standards to identify the causes of industrial accidents.
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With staff having direct experience in automotive, aerospace, electronic, mechanical fabrication, power generation, construction, and wire and cable industries, CESI has experts with process, procedure, quality control, layout, safety procedures, material handling, and operations knowledge to help determine how, why, and who was responsible for an accident.
From environmental factors, human kinematics, trauma versus degenerative conditions, guarding, and NIOSH implementation to work place safety, our experts have experience in numerous areas of industrial accidents and are able to determine the nature and cause of Industrial Accidents.
Improper positioning and repetitive body movements can result in physical damage. Our Certified Industrial Hygienist and Biomechanical Engineer work together to determine if the workplace is the cause of the injury at hand.
CESI has trained staff that is knowledgeable and experienced in the design, manufacture, safety, and operational procedures of Forklifts/Materials Handling Equipment. If you have an accident that occurred in and industrial, retail, commercial, construction, airport, or healthcare setting we can help to determine what occurred.
With professionals who have been involved in the design and manufacture of Industrial Equipment, as well as the analysis of design, material, and component failure, CESI can help you to determine why an accident occurred with any type of Industrial Equipment. A piece of defective equipment may not have caused an accident, but a defective installation or operation abuse that caused the machinery or equipment to fail. We have the experience, training, and education to determine the cause of an Industrial Accident.
Machine guarding is a very important aspect of safety in the workplace. If not properly guarded machinery can cause severe injury, even death. Our team of experts has knowledge in machinery, machinery failures, and workplace practices and can evaluate the equipment and its guards with the utmost accuracy
Materials Transportation requires considerations and concerns over damage and safety to the product, as well as the convenience, efficiency, and safety of the personnel handling the materials. Codes and standards exist to safeguard materials and personnel. CESI is familiar with the transportation of materials and the procedures and precautions that should be taken to safeguard the material and those who are handling it. Whether your issue involves transportation of liquids, solids, gases, or powder, we can assist you in evaluating the incident.
Establishing safety policies and work procedures is a critical process in any industry. Our group of experts has the knowledge and experience to determine if the injuries in industry were a direct cause of improper implementation of policies and procedures or lack thereof.
PPE is often required in various fields of employment in order to keep the worker safe. Our Certified Industrial Hygienist has extensive experience in assessing and determining whether or not PPE was applicable or implemented properly to evaluate the incidents or injuries.
From design professionals who determine the slip ratio to a biomechanical engineer who can determine if injuries are a result of the fall in question, we have an all-encompassing group of experts making up our premises liability team to handle slips, trips & falls.
Paul K. Goldberg, P.E. - President×
Michael G. Bird, Ph.D., DABT, FRSC×
Andrés J. Calderón, Ph.D.×
Ronald J. Cohen, P.E. - Vice President×
Richard E. Daniels, P.E.×
Albert L. de Richemond, P.E.×
Michael E. Goldberg, CIH, CSP×
David M. Kenney, A.I.A., NCARB×
Joseph M. McCarey, C.F.P.S.×
Karl E. Schreiter, Jr., P.E.×
Paul J. Boerner, CFI, CFEI×
Blake J. Pantuck, P.E., PMP×