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Inductive Engineering
Cadott, Wisconsin
10805 230th Street, 54727


Contact:  Dale Gumz, P.E., C.S.P.
www.inductiveengineering.net
715-289-4721 Or Toll Free
dgumz@centurytel.net
10805 230th Street
Cadott, Wisconsin 54727

Contact:  Dale Gumz, P.E., C.S.P.
www.inductiveengineering.net
715-289-4721
dgumz@centurytel.net
Registration: P.E. in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri & Wisconsin
Certified Safety Professional
Member: ASSE, ASABE, HFES, WSPE/NSPE, NIFS, NSC, SAE
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Agricultural Engineering,  Manufacturing Accidents,  Mechanical Engineering,  Safety Engineering,  Slip, Trip, and Fall, 


Registration: P.E. in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri & Wisconsin
Certified Safety Professional
Member: ASSE, ASABE, HFES, WSPE/NSPE, NIFS, NSC, SAE

J.M. Miller Engineering, Inc.
Ann Arbor, Michigan
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Contact:  James M. Miller & Adam Olshve
www.millerengineering.com
734-662-6822 Or Toll Free
miller@millerengineering.com

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Contact:  James M. Miller & Adam Olshve
www.millerengineering.com
734-662-6822
miller@millerengineering.com
Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan College of Engineering and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 30 years of experience as an engineering expert witness. He specializes in warnings, labeling and instruction manuals, consumer product design, machine guarding, process safety, fire science, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, pedestrian and worker slip and fall prevention, COF testing, recreational vehicle safety (boats, ATVs and personal watercraft), compliance with occupational safety and consumer safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, ANSI, ASTM, UL, CPSC). Miller Engineering has a staff of engineers and experts in the Mechanical, Chemical, Agriculture, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering. Dr. Miller has recently authored a chapter titled Hazard Communication Compliance in the Safety Engineering Handbook for ASSE. Dr. Miller has authored five books on the topic of Warnings and Safety Instructions and hundreds of journal articles. He is also currently a committee member of the ASTM Technical Committee F15 on Consumer Products. Dr. Miller’s experience includes the following: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1963), M.B.A. (1965), and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (1971), Ohio State University. Owens-Corning Fiberglass (1964-1967): Corporate Methods Engineer. The University of Michigan (1970-present): Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Professor, teaching courses in human factors/ergonomics, safety, engineering law, and labor relations. U.S. Department of Labor (1975-1977): Special Assistant for Safety, Assistant Secretary of Labor.
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Accident Reconstruction,  Agricultural Engineering,  Construction Safety,  Consumer Products,  Ergonomics,  Fire and Explosions,  Forklifts,  Human Factors,  Industrial Accidents,  Labels and Warnings,  Mechanical Engineering,  OSHA,  Personal Injury,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Toxic Exposures,  Toy Safety Design,  Transportation, 


Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan College of Engineering and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 30 years of experience as an engineering expert witness. He specializes in warnings, labeling and instruction manuals, consumer product design, machine guarding, process safety, fire science, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, pedestrian and worker slip and fall prevention, COF testing, recreational vehicle safety (boats, ATVs and personal watercraft), compliance with occupational safety and consumer safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, ANSI, ASTM, UL, CPSC). Miller Engineering has a staff of engineers and experts in the Mechanical, Chemical, Agriculture, Industrial, and Human Factors Engineering. Dr. Miller has recently authored a chapter titled Hazard Communication Compliance in the Safety Engineering Handbook for ASSE. Dr. Miller has authored five books on the topic of Warnings and Safety Instructions and hundreds of journal articles. He is also currently a committee member of the ASTM Technical Committee F15 on Consumer Products. Dr. Miller’s experience includes the following: Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (1963), M.B.A. (1965), and Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering (1971), Ohio State University. Owens-Corning Fiberglass (1964-1967): Corporate Methods Engineer. The University of Michigan (1970-present): Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE) Professor, teaching courses in human factors/ergonomics, safety, engineering law, and labor relations. U.S. Department of Labor (1975-1977): Special Assistant for Safety, Assistant Secretary of Labor.