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Accident analysis requires a thorough and unbiased analysis of the physical and human factors surrounding an event. Lee T. Ostrom, Ph.D., CSP, CPE has been analyzing accidents, incidents, workplaces, and tasks for over 35 years. Dr. Ostrom is a Certified Safety Professional and a Certified Professional Ergonomist. He has analyzed accidents for private industry, for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Department of Energy, and the Department of Defense. He has analyzed tasks and workplaces for those same entities, as well as NASA, the FBI, the US Navy, and Universities. He has served as an expert witness. Dr. Ostrom is committed to honesty and integrity. He believes in providing a product of the highest level of quality. He is a full professor, with numerous journal articles and conference proceedings. He has authored/co-authored three books. He also has two fire protection certifications – Certified Fire Inspector, Level 1 and a Certified Fire Plan Examiner. He is also a Certified Technology Manager. His CV contains more detail on his qualifications.
Theresa Stack is a tenure level Associate Professor for Montana Technological University in the Safety, Health, and Industrial Hygiene Department. She has over thirteen years' experience as a university educator and scientific researcher with a primary focus on ergonomics and workplace compliance. Theresa specialized in vibration exposure, upper limb disorder development, and bio-mechanical analysis.
Theresa has a solid industrial safety and ergonomic background, well as extensive field experience in hazard identification, analysis and loss control. Theresa is a Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE) and Certified Safety Professional (CSP) with over twenty years of professional hands-on experience in occupational safety, health, and ergonomics. From 1999-2011 she was the Sr. Occupational Ergonomist for the Navy’s Mishap Prevention and Hazard Abatement program. Theresa was primarily responsible for management of multiple intervention projects to abate safety and health mishaps.