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Dr. C. J. Abraham, P.E. - Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd.

Dr. C. J. Abraham, P.E. - Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd.

3 Baker Hill Road
Great Neck

Long Island, New York 11023

Phone(516) 482-5374

Website www.scientificadvisory.com

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Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd. offers over fourty-five years of international experience consulting to plaintiff and defense attornies, corporations, insurance companies, municipalities, government agencies, and state attorney generals offices.

Consulted internationally in more than 3,500 matters involving human factors, safety, safety engineering, risk analysis, personal injury, product liability and warnings and instructions. A partial list can be found on our website.

Services

Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd. offers a wide range of consulting services that can be found on our website.

Extensive experience in the identification, elimination and control of hazards to people and property. This includes the development, establishment, manufacturing, construction, assembly, testing, operation, training and procedures including manuals, environmental engineering and industrial hygiene, warnings & instructions for consumer and industrial products.
Authority in the fields of products liability, OSHA, Labor Law (Industrial Code), architectural safety, safety engineering and construction accidents.
Lectured and taught at various universities in the United States and Europe.
Evaluated the cause of many brain injuries as a result of accidents nationally and internationally.
Published and presented papers in the areas of fires, explosions (gas, bottle, battery), plastics, toxic torts, flammable fabrics, safety engineering and design, sports safety, household and industrial product safety, industrial equipment, warnings and instructions for both industrial and consumer products.
Patentee of over 50 patents. Many of them were commercialized and sold world wide.

Experienced in consultation throughout the United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, Canada, South America, Europe, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Austria and the Far East.


Litigation Support Services

Scientific Advisory Services, Ltd. offers assistance and consultation in many areas where expert testimony may be required. Services include, but are not limited to: analysis and documentation of the liability and cause of any accident, resulting in injuries and property damage.

Areas of Expertise

Additional Expertise:

ADA Compliance; Battery Accidents; Battery Explosions; Brick, Stone & Ceramic; Construction Safety; Fireworks & Pyrotechnics; Fireworks Accidents; Flammable Fabrics; Foam Pits; Golf Carts; Head and Brain Injuries; Head Protection; Helmet Protection; Helmets (All Sports); Industrial Code; Industrial Toxicology; Industrial Hygiene; Instructions, Warnings; Manufacturing and Packaging; Paintball Injuries; Paints & Coatings; Spontaneous Combustion; Parks & Playground Accidents; Protective Helmets; Recreational Accidents; Restaurant Safety; Retail Store Display Safety; Store Safety; Swimming Pool Accidents; Toxic Exposures; Toy Safety Design; Trampolines; Trampoline Facilities; Slips, Trips and Falls; Waivers; Warnings & Instructions (for any product).

Profile

Dr. Abraham is a licensed P.E. and a Senior Member and a Diplomat in The National Academy of Forensic Engineers. Over the last 45 years, C. J. Abraham has created warnings and instructions for many products and protocols applied and used worldwide. He has consulted to major news channels, NHTSA, OSHA, NIOSH, State of California (CaITrans), Microsoft, New York Transit, Queensborough Bridge Authority, Department of Agriculture, the Federal Government, office of the United States Attorney, State Attorney General's Offices, and municipalities throughout the United States, Canada and Europe in a variety of technical areas.

Dr. Abraham is also the author of over 120 publications and presentations. His current interests are in the areas of head and brain protection in sports and recreation and personal injury accidents and litigations. In addition, he is also involved in the reconstruction of all types of sports injuries in a large variety of recreational and sports activities, amusement parks, sports facilities, as well as accidents involving a variety of products and vehicles. His background may be found at www.scientificadvisory.com. He has also invented and commercialized many products.

In the past, Dr. Abraham was a United States representative to the International Standards Organization (ISO), a member of the Executive Board of the Hockey Equipment Certification Council (HECC), a member of the Safety and Protective Equipment of USA Hockey. He has also been an active member of the American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) from 1964 to the present time participating in the creation of safety standards for all types of recreational activities, sports and a variety of products. He is also a Diplomat in Sports and Recreation. As a result of Dr. Abraham's involvement in personal injury and litigation cases, many products, including recreational and sports activities, have been made safer.

Consulting Practice

United States, including Alaska and Hawaii, Canada, South America, Europe, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Austria and the Far East.

Professional Experience

Diplomate-American Board of Forensic Examiners in Sports and Recreational Safety
Former Director of Sports, Recreation & the Athletics Division of Inter-City Testing & Consulting Corporation for twenty-eight years.
Experienced in the identification, elimination, and control of hazards in recreation facilities, parks and school environments.
Directly involved with sports & recreation safety standards, safety and design analysis of protective equipment, consumer products, warnings and instructions.
Evaluated and tested every type of protective headgear in contact and collision sports.
Consulted on a large number of brain injury cases in contact and collision sports and have made presentations at national and international conventions in the area of concussive and sub-concussive brain injuries.
Member of the Executive Committee and consultant in the area of engineering and human factors to the Hockey Equipment Certification Council (HECC) (1980-1998)
U.S. Delegate-International Standards Organization (ISO) (1988-1998)
Member Safety & Protective Equipment Committee (SPEC) of USA Hockey (1996-2008)
Member of the ASTM, (1964-present).
Inventor of the Bio-Lite football facemask licensed to Riddell
Inventor of the ForceField FF Headband (www.forcefieldheadbands.com)
USPTA-certified tennis instructor (United States Professional Tennis Association)
Creator of warnings and instructions for many sports products
Consulted to municipalities on park & recreation facilities, and Set Makers, Inc., the manufacturer of recreation facilities for Burger King and McDonald's restaurants.
Technical Director-Risk Analysis & Safety, Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Men and Women's Basketball
Consulted to Lobster, Inc. on safety and warnings (High speed tennis machine)
Consulted to various municipalities on park, recreation safety and swimming pools relating to the designs of the activities including, but not limited to, general and hands-on supervision for challenged, handicapped and special needs children
Tested and evaluated every type of protective sports head gear
Consultant to Microsoft-Kinesiology Studies, Human Movements and Muscle Activity Impacts, Warnings and Instructions
Consulted to Wave Loch, Inc. (manufacturer of the Flow Rider)
Consultant to Intamin AG (Switzerland-roller coasters);
Consulted to Northern Lights (mfg. of fitness equipment – safety engineering & design)
Consulted to ABC and CBS on Amusement Park accidents
Consulted on safety of activities on amusement parks including water parks (Splish Splash, Suffolk County, NY, Coney Island, Six Flags and Disney World)
Consulted on cruise lines with safety of their recreational activities and exercise equipment
Consulted to Chuck E Cheese on the safety of their amusement facility
Consulted to ABC affiliates, KGTV News, in West Palm Beach, Florida and San Diego, California on the Safety of Playgrounds and Playground Activities
http://www.10news.com/news/investigations/safety-consultant-finds-various-problems-at-san-diego-public-parks and http://www.10news.com/news/investigations/10news-report-spurs-changes-at-san-diego-public-parks
Consulted on cases involving amusement parks, roller coasters, tennis pitching machines, exercise machines, recreational facilities for McDonalds and Burger King, lazar facilities, residential playgrounds, safety in indoor and outdoor basketball courts, bleacher safety, natural versus synthetic surfaces, headgear for sports, baseball base design, golf carts, ice hockey facilities, cruise line recreational activities (i.e. wave runners, track and exercise equipment), and many others.
Consulted to City of San Diego, CA (Playground safety)
Consulted on the Vortex amusement ride accident at the North Carolina Fair (10-24-2013)
Consulted to the City of Fort Lauderdale, Florida School District on Sports Injuries
Consulted to the Salvation Army (Wooden Surfaced Skating Rinks)
Consulted on trampoline park accidents throughout the United States involving trampoline and foam Over 45 years of experience in creating, reviewing and critiquing waivers, disclosures, disclaimers, warnings and instructions for a variety of products including, but not limited to: sports, recreational activities; household, commercial and industrial products.

Qualifications as a Safety Specialist

a. Certified Safety Engineer
b. Licensed Professional Engineer with a specialty in Safety Engineering and Design (P.E.)
c. Diplomate in the American Board of Forensic Examiners
d. Fellow in the American College of Forensic Examiners
e. Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Safety Engineering and Design
f. Senior Grade and Diplomat in Forensic Engineering (DFE)
g. Professional Member of the American Society of Safety Engineers
h. Senior Grade Level in the Safety System Society
i. Member of the ASTM from 1964 to the present time involved directly in the creation of safety standards for all types of pedestrian walkways, stairs, etc.
j. Board Certified as an Environmental Engineer and a Board-Certified Industrial Hygienist
k. Specialist in ADA requirements
l. Certified in Warnings and Instructions
m. Over 45-years of experience in building codes and construction
n. US Delegate for thirteen years to the International Standards Organization creating international safety standards.
o. Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Safety Engineering and Design (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
p. Senior Classification-Systems Safety Society
q. Certified-Safety and Field Management Consultant, US Virgin Islands; License No: 1-31246-1L, Business No: 31246
r. Consulted to the Department of Labor (OSHA) in Safety.
s. Consulted to NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health).
t. Consultant to Microsoft-Kinesiology Studies, Human Movements and Muscle Activity Impacts, Warnings and Instructions
u. Consulted to Transpo Industries, Inc.
v. Consulted to Blue World Pools
w. Diplomat-American Board of Forensic Examiners in Sports and Recreational Safety
x. Over 45 years of experience in evaluating, testing and consulting on every type of walking surface with reference to safety and the coefficient of friction (slipperiness).
y. Presented seminars to the graduating class of mechanical engineers at Columbia University School of Mechanical Engineering covering subjects relating to safety and design.
z. Consulted to CBS News ABC News, and Eye Witness News, the Department of Agriculture, National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration and CalTrans (California Department of Transportation)
aa. Formerly a member of the Architectural Board in the Village of Great Neck, Great Neck, New York for 12 years and was directly involved in the examination and approval process of the architectural design of both residential and commercial buildings, relating to local, state and national codes. Presently an alternate to the committee.


Licenses

P. E. - Licensed Professional (Safety Engineer, CA)
P.E. - Licensed Professional Engineer (State of Mississippi)


Legal Experience & Services

Over 45 years of international experience consulting to major corporations, insurance companies and the legal profession.


Affiliations

National Society of Professional Engineers
New York State Society of Professional Engineers
Queens Chapter, Society of Professional Engineers
LFAIC-Life Fellow, The American Institute of Chemists
Fellow - American College of Forensic Examiners
Fellow of the Board—American Board of Forensic Examiners
Diplomat in Forensic Engineering—American Board of Forensic Engineering and Technology (Lifetime)
Professional Member - American Society of Safety Engineers
Senior Grade - Systems Safety Society
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
The National Academy of Forensic Engineers
American Academy of Environmental Engineers, Diplomate
American Industrial Hygiene Association (Full Membership)
Royal Society of Chemistry (London), Fellow
The Textile Institute, Fellow (Manchester, England)
National Fire Protection Association
American Society of Civil Engineers
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society
American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP), Long Island Section
Standards Engineering Society
American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
Society of Automotive Engineers
American Chemical Society (over 50 years)
The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (Senior Member)
Society of Plastics Engineers
American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC)
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
International Code Council
American Society for Testing and Materials: ASTM


Qualifications

DFE, Board Certified Diplomat in Forensic Engineering, The National Academy of Forensic Engineers, (Senior Member)
CPC, CChE - Certified Professional Chemist & Chem. Engineer (National Inst. of Chemists & Chemical Engineers)
FRSC, CChem - Chartered Chemist and Fellow (Royal Institute of Chemistry, London, England)
DEE, Board Certified Environmental Engineer (American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists)-Life Member
IH, Board Certified Industrial Hygienist (American Academy of Environmental Engineers)
BCEE - Board Certified Environmental Engineer
BCFE - Board Certified Forensic Examiner
Certified - Arson Detection by the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (U.S. Dept. of the Treasury)
Certified - Chemical Engineer, Senior Member: #0118-003-3, The American Institute of Chemical Engineers
Certified by The Steel Erectors Association of America in Connector Safety (OSHA Subpart R 1926.761(c)(2)) and Fall Hazards Safety (OSHA Subpart R 1926.761(b))
Certified - Warnings & Instructions Specialist (University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering-1988)
Certified in Motorcycle & Motor Scooter Safety and Operation
Licensed Fire Safety Examiner - Arson Investigation and Prevention Unit, Virgin Islands Fire Service, Department of Licensing and Consumer Affairs
Permanent Certification, University of the State of New York - Chem., Physics, Math, Gen. Science
Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Chemistry and Chemical Engineering (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Safety Engineering and Design (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Fires and Explosions (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Industrial Hygiene (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
Board Certified Forensic Examiner in Sports Safety (American Board of Forensic Examiners)
MS, PhD, DSc, JD
Certified-Safety and Field Management Consultant, US Virgin Islands; License No: 1-31246-1L, Business No: 31246
Technical Director-Risk Analysis & Safety, Amateur Athletic Union (AAU) Men and Women's Basketball (Former)
Certification-Measurement in Residual Strains in Transparent and Translucent Materials, Strainoptic Technologies, Inc.: April 23, 1987
Certification - University of Wisconsin-Madison, College of Engineering: Product Safety and Liability: The Role of Warnings: March 22-23, 1988 (Graduate Credit/Certification).
Certification in Fires and Arson Accelerant Detection by the Bureau of Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearms, Sponsored by the Northeastern Association of Forensic Scientists and the Suffolk County Crime Laboratory, October 14-18,1991.


Awards & Honors

Distinguished Scientist for 2020 awarded in India


Publications

• Peer reviewer of manuscripts for the American Society for Testing & Materials (ASTM) 1991-Present
• Peer reviewer of manuscripts for the Journal of Forensic Examiners, 1994-Present
• Peer reviewer of manuscripts for Inter Science Publishers: Int. J. of Entrepreneurial Venturing (IJEV)
• Numerous papers written and/or presented during 1961-1965 under confidential and/or secret clearance in areas of ablation, insulation, material evaluation, fiber analysis in hyper-thermal environments.
81. Fire Protection, C. J. Abraham, Storage and Handling of Hazardous Materials, Educational Program Innovations Center, Toronto, Canada, March 21, 2001
82. A New Standard of Care in Absorbing and Dissipating Forces, C. J. Abraham, Fourth International Symposium on Safety in Ice Hockey, May 5-6, 2002, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
83. Correcting the Flaws in The Flammability Testing of Woven and Knitted Apparels, C. J. Abraham and Sanjeev Gandhi, International Conference on Textiles, Manchester, England, October 5-6. 2002.
84. Correcting the Flaws in The Flammability Testing of Textiles, C. J. Abraham and Sanjeev Gandhi, The 3rd International Conference on Safety & Protective Fabrics, Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, N.C., Oct. 23-24, 2002.
85. Environmental Forensic Techniques - The Investigator/Scientist - An Overview, Abraham, C. J., Conference on Environmental Litigation: Advanced Forensics and Legal Strategies, EPIC Educational Program Innovations Center, Toronto, Canada, Nov. 19-20, 2002.
86. Product Safety-Product Liability and Torts, C. J. Abraham, Glasgow School of Law, Glasgow, Scotland, March 16, 2004.
87. Reducing the Impact Force on Hockey Helmets, C. J. Abraham, Safety & Protective Committee, USA Hockey 2005 Annual Congress, Miami, FL, January 19, 2005.
88. Subdural Hematoma and the Sport of Hockey: A Case Study, C. J. Abraham, Safety & Protective Committee, USA Hockey 2006 Annual Congress, Miami, FL, January 20, 2006.
89. Risk Analysis in Product Design, Columbia University, School of Engineering, New York, March 31, 2009; C. J. Abraham
90. Risk Analysis of Horizontal Ladders Above Another Playground Activity, ASTM, Tampa, Florida, January 29, 2008.
91. The Design Criteria for a Safe Design of Products, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, (Seniors & Masters Class), NYC, February 12, 2008.
92. Risk Analysis in Product Design, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, New York, March 31, 2009; C. J. Abraham
93. Points of Law Associated with Mechanical Engineering and Designing Products, C. J. Abraham, Columbia University School of Mechanical Engineering, November 3, 2009
94. Your Body Is Nothing Without A Brain, C. J. Abraham, Forensic Examiner, Spring Issue, 2011, pp. 109-113.
95. Mechanical Engineering: The Product & The Law, C. J. Abraham, Columbia University School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, March 24, 2011 (Seminar)
96. Concussions, Head Injuries and the Textile Industry, C. J. Abraham, The Textile Institute in Manchester, UK, November 30, 2011 (International Conference)
97. Concussions and Head Injuries in Soccer, C. J. Abraham. Testimony before the Senate and Congressional Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Committee on Education
98. Concussions and Head Injuries - interview on Mind Games Radio in St. Louis, Missouri on November 5, 2011.
99. Concussions, Head Injuries and The Textile Industry, C. J. Abraham, The Textile Institute, Managing Innovation in Textiles, Manchester, United Kingdom on November 30, 2011.
100. US Youth Soccer Workshop, February 16-18, 2012, at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston, Mass. Head Injuries and Concussions
101. Propellant Systems for Household Spray Products, C. J. Abraham, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Houston Texas, April 2, 2012.
102. Sub-Concussive Head Impacts in Soccer and a Method for Significantly Reducing and Dissipating Those Forces, Abraham, C. J. and Abraham, S. R., presented at the ASTM International Symposium on the Mechanism of Concussion in Sports, November 13, 2012, Atlanta, Georgia.
103. Sub-Concussive and Concussive Head Impacts in Soccer and a Method for Significantly Absorbing, Reducing and Dissipating Those Forces, C. J. Abraham, Expo Soccer, Montreal, Canada, March 31, 2013.
104. Concussive and Sub-Concussive Brain Injuries in Soccer, C. J. Abraham, 2013 Soccer Expo, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, April 12, 2013
105. Facts, Myths and Misconceptions in Concussive and Sub-Concussive Brain Injuries, C. J. Abraham, Lake Tahoe, Nevada, April 13, 2013
106. Failure Analysis of a PVC Bottle Containing a Fire Starter Gel Designed for Wood and Wood Pellet Stoves, C. J. Abraham, Columbia University School of Engineering, Department of Mechanical Engineering, October 15, 2013 (Graduating Senior Seminar).
107. Structural Forensic Engineering: Using Forensic Engineering Information in Litigation, C. J. Abraham, HalfMoon Education, Nashville, TN January 22, 2014
108. Structural Forensic Engineering: Understanding the Forensic Engineering Process, C. J. Abraham, HalfMoon Education, Nashville, TN January 22, 2014
109. Determining the Liability of a Fire-Starting Product, C.J. Abraham, 2014 AIChE Spring Meeting, New Orleans, LA, April 1, 2014
110. Total Fog Release Chemical Products: The Hidden Dangers and Enhanced Risks, C.J. Abraham, AIHce (American Industrial Hygiene - Conference and Exposition) 2014, San Antonio, TX June 5, 2014
111. A Brief Outline of Tort Law and the Mechanical Engineer, C.J. Abraham, The City Univ. of New York, (CUNY), Department of Mechanical Engineering, New York, October 21, 2014
112. A Brief Outline of Tort Law and the Mechanical Engineer, C.J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, New York, October 23, 2014
113. The Mechanical Engineer & Consumer Product Design Safety Requirements & The Law, C.J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, two-hour seminar for all of the graduating seniors in mechanical engineering, New York, NY, November 5, 2015.
114. The Mechanical Engineer & Consumer Product Design Safety Requirements & The Law, C.J. Abraham, City College of New York (CUNY), Department of Mechanical Engineering, two-hour seminar for all of the graduating seniors in mechanical engineering, New York, NY, November 12, 2015.
115. University of the Pacific presentations to faculty and graduate students in (a) Chemistry & Chemical Engineering, (b) Coaching Sports & Recreational Activities (c) Challenged, handicapped activities and learning (e) Opportunities by applying various aspects of learning through experience, education and work ethic. (f)Entrepreneurial endeavors, C.J. Abraham, February 9 & 10, 2016.
116. Chemistry & Alternative Career Opportunities, C.J. Abraham, 44th ACS Middle Atlantic Regional Meeting the College of St. Vincent, Riverdale, New York, June 10, 2016 (2-hour presentation)
117. Brain Injuries in Recreational & Competitive Basketball, C. J. Abraham, 125th AAU National Convention in San Antonio, Texas, October 13, 2016
118. The Mechanical Engineer & Product Design Safety, Risk Analysis & The Law, C.J. Abraham, Manhattan College School of Engineering, October 18, 2016
119. Product Designs, Risk Analysis & Standards, The Legal Responsibilities of Mechanical Engineers, C.J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, November 10, 2016
120. The Law & Mechanical Engineering Responsibilities, C.J. Abraham, Manhattan College Department of Mechanical Engineering, January 24, 2017
121. The Law & Mechanical Engineering Responsibilities, C.J. Abraham, Columbia University Department of Mechanical Engineering, January 26, 2017
122. Engineering Designs & The Mechanical Engineer: Responsibilities of the Engineer in the Design of Products for Consumer and Industrial Applications, C.J. Abraham, Manhattan College Department of Mechanical Engineering, October 17, 2017
123. Industrial Accidents, Types and Causes Integrating Mechanical Engineering and The Law, C.J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, October 19, 2017
124. Engineering Designs & The Mechanical Engineer: Responsibilities of the Engineer in the Design of Products for Consumer and Industrial Applications, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, September 28, 2017
125. The Most Common Indoor Volleyball Injuries and the Non-delegable Responsibilities of Coaches, Schools and Leagues with Reference to the Safety and Welfare of Players, C. J. Abraham, 2017 American Volleyball Coaches Association, Kansas City, Kansas, December 16, 2017
126. Engineering Designs & The Mechanical Engineer (Part I): Responsibilities of the Engineer Involved in the Design of Products for Consumer and Industrial Applications, C. J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical October 11,2018
127. Engineering Responsibilities & The Mechanical Engineer (Part II): Responsibilities of the Engineer Involved in the Design of Products for Consumer and Industrial Applications, C. J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering, October 23, 2018
128. The Kaprun Ski Train-A Disaster Waiting to Happen, C.J. Abraham, National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE), Orlando Florida, January 5, 2019
129. Subconcussive and Concussive Brain Injuries in Soccer, C.J. Abraham, Dublin Soccer League Coaches, Dublin California, July 22, 2019
130. Product Designs, The Mechanical Engineer & The Law, by C. J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering – October 15, 2019
131. Risk Analysis of Products, the Law and the Mechanical Engineer, by C. J. Abraham, Columbia University, Department of Mechanical Engineering – October 29, 2019


Professional References

Supplied upon request.


Education

• P. E. - Licensed Professional Engineer (Safety Engineering - California)
• P. E. - Licensed Professional Engineer (Mississipi)
• DPE - Board Certified Diplomate in Forensic Engineering
• CPC, CChE - Certified Professional Chemist & Chem. Engineer (National Inst. of Chemists & Chemical Engineers)
• FRSC, CChem - Chartered Chemist and Fellow (Royal Institute of Chemistry, London, England)
• DEE, IH - Diplomate, American Academy of Environmental Engineers, Industrial Hygiene Engineer
• FTI, Ctext - Fellow, The Textile Institute (Manchester, England)
• Certified - Arson Detection by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (U.S. Dept. of the Treasury)
• Certified - Chemical Engineer #0118-003-3, The American Institute of Chemical Engineers
• BA, MA, MS, PhD, JD




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