Harry has worked as an Industrial Engineer since 1978. He has held positions of increasing responsibility within industry and has been responsible for the design and manufacture of consumer products, as well as commercial and industrial equipment.
Harry has had extensive experience in the area of compliance with safety standards. He has worked closely with Underwriters Laboratories, Canadian Standards Association, as well as overseas safety agencies. Harry has been responsible for product development, product testing and Quality Control. Harry has a background in Human Factors and has worked in the development of warnings and safety instructions.
As an Industrial Engineer, Harry’s manufacturing activities have required him to concentrate on factory floor safety. Harry has a broad background in machine guarding, industrial safeguards, personal protective equipment, training and supervision. Harry has carried out his responsibilities for industrial safety as directed by OSHA regulations.
Harry is a member of The American Society for Testing and Materials, where he sits on the F15.22 Subcommittee on Toy Safety and actively participates in the Standard Consumer Safety Specification on Toy Safety, an American National Standard. He also sits on ASTM Subcommittee F08.30 Fitness Products: Treadmill Task Group ASTM F2115 Standard Specification for Motorized Treadmills.
The widely circulated publication has published an article by Harry on workshop safety.