Human Performance Expert Witness Listings

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Chuck J. Rylant, PsyD., MBA

Arroyo Grande, California
Police Practices & Procedures, Law Enf & Criminal Justice - Police use of force, law enforcement use of force, self defense, arrest and control, defensive tactics, human performance, human factors, strangulation, choke hold, attention, perception, response time, decision making, fight or flight, stress response, officer involved shooting, police shooting.
Dr. Chuck J. Rylant has 23 years of experience in the industry and is a court-experienced expert witness in use-of-force, self-defense, strangulation, human performance factors, and police tactics and training. He has a Doctor of Clinical Psychology; dissertation: Decisions Under Pressure: Psychological and Physiological Aspects of Police Use of Force. Dr. Rylant is a retired police officer/detective, S.W.A.T. member, and P.O.S.T. certified department firearms, baton, chemical agents, use of force, and arrest and control (ARCON) trainer. He is currently a police academy arrest and control (ARCON), use-of-force, and de-escalation instructor, as well as a certified advanced Force Science Specialist. Dr. Rylant is a Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu black belt instructor for law enforcement and civilians, as well as author of Shots Fired: The Psychology Behind Officer Involved Shootings.
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Robert L. Wolf III, PE Forensic and Engineering Services, PLLC

La Grange, Kentucky
Electrical Engineering, Electricity - Substation, Protective Relaying, Power Line Carrier, Control Systems, Shock, Electricity, Human Performance, Human Error, Transmission, Distribution, Industrial, Commercial, Petrochemical, Instrumentation, SCADA.
Robert Wolf, PE has spent his career as a power and controls engineer in Residential, Commercial, Institutional, Industrial and Utility industries. His career began designing building electrical systems working closely with architects, and it later evolved into heavy industrial substation and control system design - primarily refineries and chemical plants. Recently, he has spent his time working for electric utilities designing both Transmission and Distribution systems, designing protection schemes and investigating events. He has taken special interest in the area of Human Performance Improvement where he strives to understand why incidents occur, and how Human Performance Tools and Techniques can be used to prevent future incidents. He has had special training in various investigatory methods, the two most prominent being an 8-hour NERC Causal Analysis training and the 2-day TapRoot process training. As a Human Performance Improvement Specialist, Robert has facilitated the d...
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Russell G. Quimby Quimby Consulting LLC

Omaha, Nebraska
Transportation, Investigation - Railroad, Rapid Transit, Accident Investigation, NTSB, Expert Witness, safety recommendations, probable cause, Mechanical, Operating, Equipment, Right-of-Way, Signals, Human Performance, Safety Board
Mr. Quimby has 35 years of professional experience as a railroad and rapid transit accident investigator. He performs expert witness work for lawyers for both plaintiff and defense. He specializes in railroad equipment, track, operations and train handling, event recorders, and human factors. He reviews testimony and exhibits, visits relevant sites, and writes reports, including facts, analysis and conclusions. He retired from the National Transportation Safety Board after 22 years as an investigator-in-charge in 2007 during which time he participated in; 57 major accident investigations, 32 field accident investigations, 10 public hearings, 16 depositions, and 6 special studies. He wrote 11 major accident reports, 8 field accident reports, and personally conducted 10 sworn depositions. Mr. Quimby was responsible for over 157 adopted NTSB safety recommendations in all facets of rail transportation. Mr. Quimby previously worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad from 1979 until 198...
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