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In this webinar video, Animal Scientist, Dr. Tim Potter discusses the standard of care for animal containment as it pertains to vehicle crash events. His discussion covers relevant aspects of animal behavior—particularly horses, cattle, and other livestock—the management of fencing and enclosures at facilities such as farms and ranches, and the issues commonly addressed during the forensic investigation of animal/vehicle collision incidents.
Confined space working conditions have certain inherent risks and specific requirements for worker safety. To the uninformed, the hazards can be subtle, often invisible and misunderstood, but potentially deadly. When investigating confined space fatalities, it is necessary to understand the specific hazards in that environment, the operating procedures that were in place at the time of the incident, and the hazard recognition/mitigation process that was followed.
In this article, Certified Industrial Hygienist and Certified Safety Professional, David Breitigam discusses some of the information that attorneys and insurance professionals should understand when involved in these cases.
Temperature controls can factor into litigation in a variety of cases including the loss of perishable goods, lost product in manufacturing or processing facilities, fire damage, or personal injury matters involving scalds and burns. In this article, Electrical Engineer, Kenneth J. Kutchek, P.E. and Mechanical Engineer, René Basulto, P.E. provide an introduction to temperature control as it relates to expert witness investigations.
Their discussion includes an overview of temperature control systems, the major components, and potential failures.