Hazard control expert witnesses may have varying types of experience, since hazard control may be required in several types of unique situations. Hazard control expert consulting may provide valuable insight for cases involving such issues as toxicology, toxic exposure, natural disaster, emergency evacuation, infectious disease, virology, public health, hazardous waste, hazardous materials, industrial hygiene, site inspections, emergency management, public safety, safety and security, crowd control, emergency medical services (EMS), fire protection, risk management, geotechnical engineering, occupational safety and health (OSHA), traffic safety, railroad safety, law enforcement, and other disciplines related to hazard control, as each may be at the center of a potential lawsuit.
Hazard control may be required of numerous situations, making it all the more important that the retained expert witness is familiar with your type of case. Hazard control experts may have worked with occupational and environmental health, environmental health and safety, construction safety, air pollution, safety engineering, hazard warnings, aviation, public policy medical transportation, disaster management, healthcare, paramedic, building code compliance, chemical fires and explosions, carbon monoxide poisoning, fire suppression systems, smoke, building fires, fire prevention, fire equipment, flammable liquids, ventilation, landslides, erosion, pipelines, foundation, slopes, environmental assessment, fall protection, workplace safety, premises liability, campus safety, industrial safety, worker safety, asbestos, waste management, and other related areas.
Since 1991, attorneys have turned to ForensisGroup to be provided with highly qualified experts from across the United States. Call our office today at 1-800-555-5422 and we’ll get started on locating an authoritative hazard control expert witness for your case.