U.S. Navy Asbestos Friction Products Expert Witnesses

U.s. navy asbestos friction products 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 u.s. navy asbestos friction products. The u.s. navy asbestos friction products expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Chemistry & Chemicals and Industrial Hygiene.

Jerry A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP GKO Environmental Health Services, LLC

California
Industrial Hygiene, Chemistry & Chemicals - U.S. Navy asbestos friction products, U.S. Navy asbestos insulation products, exposure assessment, mathematical modeling, asbestos
Radiation Scientist (civilian) 1983-1986. United States Navy (active duty) Industrial Hygiene Officer (1986-2007). Senior Industrial Hygienist (civilian) for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard (2007-2013). Director of Industrial Hygiene for U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Public Health Center (2003-2007). Experience with asbestos removal, air sampling, identification, and counting of asbestos fibers. Have also performed personal air sampling for jet fuel, solvents, carbon fibers, lead, metal fumes, and volcanic ash. Trained in asbestos identification and fiber counting techniques. Specialized industrial hygiene knowledge of chemical exposures to United States Navy personnel who worked in shipyards or served on board U.S. Navy ships, at sea, on shore, and during repair and overhaul; and also U.S. Navy and Marines Corps personnel deployed to combat areas with potential chemical exposures, including but not limited to chemical weapons. Safety experience includes machine shop safety; ...

Jerry A. Formisano, Jr., PhD, CIH, CSP GKO Environmental Health Services, LLC

Kailua, Hawaii
Industrial Hygiene, Chemistry & Chemicals - U.S. Navy asbestos friction products, U.S. Navy asbestos insulation products, exposure assessment, mathematical modeling, asbestos
Radiation Scientist (civilian) 1983-1986. United States Navy (active duty) Industrial Hygiene Officer (1986-2007). Senior Industrial Hygienist (civilian) for Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard (2007-2013). Director of Industrial Hygiene for U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Public Health Center (2003-2007). Experience with asbestos removal, air sampling, identification, and counting of asbestos fibers. Have also performed personal air sampling for jet fuel, solvents, carbon fibers, lead, metal fumes, and volcanic ash. Trained in asbestos identification and fiber counting techniques. Specialized industrial hygiene knowledge of chemical exposures to United States Navy personnel who worked in shipyards or served on board U.S. Navy ships, at sea, on shore, and during repair and overhaul; and also U.S. Navy and Marines Corps personnel deployed to combat areas with potential chemical exposures, including but not limited to chemical weapons. Safety experience includes machine shop safety; ...