The type of manufacturing equipment being used can vary between industries. Manufacturing equipment is designed and created through complex engineering. The failure of manufacturing equipment to properly function can lead to safety issues, monetary loss, lawsuits, and other related problems.
Safety is a major issue with manufacturing equipment, so it is important that the machinery be engineered in accordance with the proper codes and compliance, as well as industry regulations. Because manufacturing equipment creates products and machinery for a variety of industries, the rules and regulations may vary depending on the particulars of each field. In the case of a mechanical issue resulting in an equipment failure or workplace accident, a failure analysis is often conducted to evaluate the situation and discover the source of the problem. Whether it is an issue with the mechanical design, testing and reliability, mechanical inspections, product liability, or labels and warnings, the source of an equipment failure may be grounds for a lawsuit.
Financial issues are also a major part of manufacturing equipment, as companies may require an alternate source of payment in exchange for buying or renting expensive and complex machinery. This can lead to financial-based lawsuits over loans, insurance, and other related areas.
Manufacturing equipment is often different depending on each industry, so retaining an expert with knowledge on the details of your specific case is crucial for success. ForensisGroup has spent over twenty years recruiting top experts in each field. Browse through our extensive list today and submit an expert request form or call us for further information on hiring the best available manufacturing equipment expert witness.