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Safety Through Engineering, Inc.
New Carlisle, Ohio
9363 Detrick Jordan Pike, 45344


Contact:  Michael C. Wright, MSCE, PE, CSP, CPE, President
www.ste4u.com
937-964-1900 Or Toll Free
mikewright@ste4u.com
9363 Detrick Jordan Pike
New Carlisle, Ohio 45344

Contact:  Michael C. Wright, MSCE, PE, CSP, CPE, President
www.ste4u.com
937-964-1900
mikewright@ste4u.com
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Amusement Parks,  ANSI Standards,  Code Compliance,  Confined Space,  Construction Accidents,  Construction Defects,  Construction Safety,  Cranes,  Engineering,  Failure Analysis,  Fall Protection,  Job Safety Analysis,  Machine Safety,  OSHA,  Product Liability,  Safety,  Safety Audit,  Safety Engineering,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Structural Engineering,  Structural Failure,  Training Programs,  Wrongful Death, 



Switalski Engineering Inc
Glenview, Illinois
4228 Commercial Way, 60025


Contact:  William G. Switalski, P.E.
Switalski Engineering Inc WEBSITE
847-297-8447 Or Toll Free
billswit@earthlink.net
4228 Commercial Way
Glenview, Illinois 60025

Contact:  William G. Switalski, P.E.
Switalski Engineering Inc WEBSITE
847-297-8447
billswit@earthlink.net
Mr. Switalski has consulted in matters involving industrial and consumer products, industrial work practices, and premises liability since 1980. He has been retained on several hundred occasions by both Defense and Plaintiff attorneys, Workers Compensation law firms, Claims Investigators, Risk Management personnel and Product Manufacturers. Mr. Switalski is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1980 and earned a Master of Mechanical Engineering degree in 1989 from the same institution. He has consulted in several hundred personal injury and property loss incidents that have led to deposition testimony as an Expert Witness on approx. 125 occasions and trial testimony approx. 25 to 30 times. Mr. Switalski's loss investigation and consulting background includes product safety, consumer and industrial machinery & equipment design analysis, construction safety, premises liability, failure analysis, machine operator safety, maintenance practices, use of personal protective equipment and safety philosophy topics. As a result of over 40 years of personal experience in the commercial/industrial maintenance field, Mr. Switalski is uniquely qualified to address issues involving industrial maintenance practices, machine repair techniques, use of hand and power tools and safety device reliance. Mr. Switalski has also been active on ANSI A14 Ladder Safety committees since 1995. He is the current Chairman of the Mobile Ladder Stands and Mobile Ladder Stand Platforms (A14.7) standard in addition to serving as a member on the Ladder Accessories (A14.8) standard, the ladder Labeling Task Force and Steering Committee.
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Aerial Lifts,  Construction Safety,  Conveyors,  Cranes,  Equipment and Machinery,  Failure Analysis,  Industrial Accidents,  Industrial Equipment,  Ladders and Manlifts,  Machine Safety,  Mechanical Engineering,  Product Liability,  Slip, Trip, and Fall, 


Mr. Switalski has consulted in matters involving industrial and consumer products, industrial work practices, and premises liability since 1980. He has been retained on several hundred occasions by both Defense and Plaintiff attorneys, Workers Compensation law firms, Claims Investigators, Risk Management personnel and Product Manufacturers. Mr. Switalski is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois. He completed his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1980 and earned a Master of Mechanical Engineering degree in 1989 from the same institution. He has consulted in several hundred personal injury and property loss incidents that have led to deposition testimony as an Expert Witness on approx. 125 occasions and trial testimony approx. 25 to 30 times. Mr. Switalski's loss investigation and consulting background includes product safety, consumer and industrial machinery & equipment design analysis, construction safety, premises liability, failure analysis, machine operator safety, maintenance practices, use of personal protective equipment and safety philosophy topics. As a result of over 40 years of personal experience in the commercial/industrial maintenance field, Mr. Switalski is uniquely qualified to address issues involving industrial maintenance practices, machine repair techniques, use of hand and power tools and safety device reliance. Mr. Switalski has also been active on ANSI A14 Ladder Safety committees since 1995. He is the current Chairman of the Mobile Ladder Stands and Mobile Ladder Stand Platforms (A14.7) standard in addition to serving as a member on the Ladder Accessories (A14.8) standard, the ladder Labeling Task Force and Steering Committee.