ForensisGroup Utility Accidents Expert Witnesses have years of practical experience in safety and civil engineering, focusing on public utilities and occupational safety and health (OSHA) compliance.
Our experts’ expertise includes the construction, inspections, maintenance, repair, and testing of pipelines, pipeline accidents, and power lines. They have worked in the utility systems industry with expertise as inspectors in design and implementation of utility systems, including in electrical utilities—overhead transmission line design, electrical design, electrical products, electrical substation design, overhead and underground electric distribution line design, fault current, and sectionalizing studies (system protection devices).
They assist insurance investigations and litigation prep with investigations into National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) compliance, National Electrical Code (NEC), and OSHA compliance in matters of property damages, and personal injury or death at utility structures. They conduct equipment and utility site inspections, review safety procedures, and investigate workplace accidents.
These experts have professional experience as safety engineers and utilities engineers and have been responsible for safe work practices in industrial plants, machine shops, drilling sites, and warehouses, including managing risks caused by chemical and other toxic substances, worker overexertion, defective tools and machinery, and collapsed tunnels and trenches.
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