OSHA Expert Witnesses
OSHA, the Occupational Health and Safety Administration, is the United States Department of Labor department created in 1970 to regulate workplace safety and health. Their goal is to prevent work related illnesses, injuries, and death. They enforce OSHA standards that describe the methods employers are required to use to protect their employees in the fields of general industry, construction, maritime, and agriculture. OSHA was Our OSHA expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants are scholars and researchers from major universities and industry professionals whose areas of expertise include, but are not limited to, the following: chemical products, toxicology, hazardous waste, safety, accident investigations, OSHA compliance, welding fumes, chemical exposure, noise exposure, confined spaces, mold, indoor air quality, hexavalent chromium, EPA, hazardous materials, occupational health and safety, environment, exposure, lead, asbestos, mold, and indoor air quality. They are certified industrial hygienists and board-certified toxicologists with experience helping organizations prevent injuries and illnesses, control losses, and achieve regulatory compliance. They have served as expert witnesses in FELA cases and regarding such issues as mold, indoor air quality, benzene, silica, OSHA regulations, and hazardous waste health and safety plans.