SAF-1688 has 45 years of engineering experience. After working for several companies, including the Salt River Power District, he became the director of research and development for J.F. Long, Inc., in 1960. He started his consulting career in 1972. His consulting experience ranges from loss control engineering to human factors engineering. He also has experience in safety engineering, oil drilling task analysis, evaluation of workers assessment of risk taking, and system safety analysis. SAF-1688 also has taught engineering for many years. He began his teaching career in 1964 as a lecturer. He became assistant professor and chairman of a colleges Department of Industrial Design in 1968. Currently he is a part-time Design Science professor.
Ph.D., Industrial Engineering, Texas A & M University
M.S., Industrial Engineering, Arizona State University
B.S., Engineering Design, Arizona State University