Boom Lift Expert Witnesses

Boom lift expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on boom lift. The boom lift expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Intellectual Property, Mechanical Engineering, OSHA, and Safety.

Chip Darius, OHST, CIT, CSHO, CUSP Safety Priority Consultants, LLC

Cromwell, Connecticut
OSHA, Safety - forklift, slip trip fall, machine guarding, amputation, material handling, rack, aerial lift, boom lift, scissor lift, work zone, traffic, flagger, scaffold, ladder, lockout/tagout, Emergency Medical Services, mobile elevating work platform, excavation, railroad, MEWP, occupational safety & health
Retained in over 320 cases, state and federal. 30+ years experience in safety & health and OSHA compliance consulting & training for industry, construction, utilities, and emergency services. Frequent speaker at conferences and seminars - international, national, regional, state and local. Instructor for OSHA Training Institute Region 1 Education Center and Adjunct Faculty at Keene State College over 20 years, teaching OSHA standards & policies, technical topics, accident/incident analysis, and outreach trainer courses for both construction and general industry. Lead instructor for fall protection and scaffold courses. 2022 Safety Professional of the Year, Associated General Contractors of Connecticut. Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer for both construction and general industry. Experienced in: Personal injury, catastrophic injury and fatality cases; Occupational safety & health regulations, policies, standards and compliance; Multi-employer worksites; Contractor safety; Lock...

David Smith, MS, MBA, PE, CSP Alpine Engineering and Design, Inc.

Meridain, Idaho
Intellectual Property, Mechanical Engineering - Patents, intellectual property, aerial lift, boom lift, scissor lift, manufacturing equipment, agricultural equipment, oil and gas equipment, refuse equipment, garbage trucks, trailers, conveyors, exercise equipment, safety, consumer products, chairs, seating, furniture.
Experienced mechanical engineer (MS, PE) with six issued patents and multiple patents pending. Award winning inventor. Vice President of Alpine Engineering and Design, Inc., a mechanical engineering consulting company with clients around the United States ranging from individual inventors to Fortune 500 companies. Worked on the development of multiple successful products including among other things: aerial lifts, garbage trucks, trailers, exercise equipment and manufacturing equipment. Graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering. Completed a master's of science degree in mechanical engineering and an MBA with an emphasis in product development. Licensed professional engineer (PE) and a certified safety professional in comprehensive practice (CSP). Certified trainer for boom lifts, scissor lifts, rough terrain and counterbalanced forklifts. Over 10 years experience in product development, patents, safe equipment design, and design safety reviews. Exper...

Andrew McKewen, CSHO Service Safety

La Porte, Texas
OSHA, Safety - construction safety, accident investigation, safety training, OSHA disputes, job-site audits, fall protection, stairways and ladders, OSHA authorized trainer, employee rights, employer requirements, documentation, safety policies, OSHA inspections, scaffolds, boom lift, scissor lift, forklift, PPE
Mr. McKewen has over 14 years of occupational safety and health experience within the construction industry. Over the past 12 years he has been in a senior management position within several construction builders and safety consulting companies. The following detail the and services provided to clients and employers; Accident Investigation Thorough, detailed and efficient investigations of accidents, ranging from property damage to construction fatalities. Breaking down everything from company policy to human behavior to find the root cause of the accident. OSHA citation disputes Research the standards which were cited as being in violation, find OSHA Letters of Interpretation, take into account job-site conditions, company policy, training and human behaviors; then meet with OSHA in an informal conference to eliminate the citation. Job-site audits Inspect job-sites, observe employees’ activities. Inspect tool and equipment for safe and proper use and condition, engage with empl...