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Occupational Health & Safety - Worksite Plant Safety

When a worker gets hurt onsite or due to latent effects of onsite exposure, it is imperative to take remedial action and address the problem as quickly as possible. Forensic Analysis & Engineering's engineers provide professional and efficient services to the insurance, legal and industrial sectors, as wall as private individuals, in matters involving industrial accidents, investigations or worksite plant safety - we are experts at establishing why.


You will receive clear, comprehensive reporting which includes full color photo documentation. Our professional staff will provide you with the facts and insights necessary for you to fully assess your case and potential outcomes. FAEC is also adept at developing litigation scenarios in cases involvement management negligence issues. Expert testimony is also one of our specialties.

Related Proficiencies:

  • Mine Safety
  • Workplace Accidents
  • Personal Injury
  • Machine Guarding & Lock Out
  • Manufacturing Performance and Process Safety
  • Facility / Process Hazard Evaluation
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Indoor Air Quality / Sick Building Investigations

Typical indoor air quality (IAQ) problems involve mold, mildew, inadequate ventilation, and poor building design. It is a major health issue in the United States. If a workplace or building has poor IAQ, employees are susceptibleto illness, displaying a multitude of health symptoms including upper respiratory problems, headaches, fatigue, dry eyes, and chronic coughing. Forensic Analysis & Engineering's experts can help establish whatis making your workforce sick, investigate any hazards and offer remedial measures to prevent further harm to employees and minimize risk.

Related Proficiencies:

  • Asbestos
  • Exposure Evaluation
  • Mold & Mildew Causation
  • Environmental Testing
  • Remediation Recommendations & Cost Estimates
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Exterior Environmental Hazards

Each year, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry evaluate substances found in the workplace that are dangerous or potentially harmful to human health or the environment. Natural hazards in the environment create special concerns for workers occupationally exposed in outdoor settings and work settings where environmental hazards may be present. Forensic Analysis & Engineering's engineers provide professional and efficient services to the commercial and industrial industry in matters regarding exterior environmental hazards. We will identify the hazards that facility managers will encounter and offer remediation methods.

Related Proficiencies:

  • Construction Site Safety
  • Mold & Mildew Causation
  • Environmental Condition Hazard Determination
  • Plant Reconstruction Site Monitoring
  • Remediation Recommendations & Cost Estimates
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Laboratory Evaluations

Forensic Analysis & Engineering’s laboratoryoffers expert services in support of many proficiencies including fire investigations, maritime casualties, electrical, environmental, product defect, and many others. Our team of expert scientists and chemists utilize the latest equipment and technology to perform numerous tests involving spectrophotometry, microscopy and chromatography to analyze various material properties including flammability, corrosion, chemical reactions and hazardous material exposure. The laboratory services from FAEC will provide you with the professional, accurate, and effective results to meet all your needs.

Related Proficiencies:

  • Air, Soil & Water Quality
  • Mold & Mildew Causation
  • Environmental Testing
  • Electrical Evaluations
  • Metallurgical Evaluations
  • Biological & Chemical Sampling
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Code Compliance

Despite the emphasis on safety in a lot of workplaces, the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) issues over 40,000 citations in a typical year. Fortunately, Forensic Analysis & Engineering can evaluate various environments to determine if there are any hazards or unsafe practices that could ultimately harm employees and work flow, such as lack of fall protection or machine guarding. In order to prevent accidents, and minimize opportunities for human errors, Forensic Analysis & Engineering's experienced safety experts will establish why the hazard or unsafe practice exists, then review what procedures need updating in order to comply with the appropriate code and standards. As preventative measures are identified, products and systems will also be evaluated to lessen the risk of injury or loss.

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