ACC-1220, the president of an engineering consulting firm, approaches incident analysis from the perspectives of systems safety, human factors, and biomechanics. As a consultant and adjunct university professor, he analyzes and researches a wide range of topics, including vehicle accidents, workplace ergonomics, and premises liability. He has been an expert witness in dozens of court cases and a consultant to many public and private organizations, including Samsonite, Intel, and the Mesa, Arizona, Fire Department. ACC-1220 was previously an engineer at Advantech Solutions, Inc., where he designed precision control airflow dampers. He was also a senior safety and process engineer for several years at 3M. There, his duties included supervising safety, industrial hygiene, and human factors activities at 16 plant locations. He is a former captain in the United States Air Force.
Ph.D., Industrial Engineering (Human Factors), Texas Tech University
M.S., Safety, Central Missouri State University.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Arizona State University