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Smith Aquatic Safety Services
Charlevoix, Michigan
12367 North Country Club, 49720


Contact:  David S. Smith, Ph.D.
www.aquaticsafety.com
231-547-0172 Or Toll Free 800-755-3031
smithd@bignetnorth.net
12367 North Country Club
Charlevoix, Michigan 49720

Contact:  David S. Smith, Ph.D.
www.aquaticsafety.com
231-547-0172 Or Toll Free 800-755-3031
smithd@bignetnorth.net
33+ Years of experience with doing over 600 cases in boating accident reconstruction, court testimony and depositions. Dr. David Smith, Ph.D., is a retired Coast Guard Commander nationally recognized as a leader in boating and aquatic safety.
Information:  
Accident Reconstruction,  Amusement Parks,  Aquatics Safety and Water Rescue,  Boating,  Drowning,  Ice Safety and Rescue,  Swimming Pools, 


33+ Years of experience with doing over 600 cases in boating accident reconstruction, court testimony and depositions. Dr. David Smith, Ph.D., is a retired Coast Guard Commander nationally recognized as a leader in boating and aquatic safety.

Pool Operation Management
Brick, New Jersey
68 Edwards Road, 08723


Contact:  Trevor A. Sherwood, II
www.pooloperationmanagement.com
732-451-1040 Or Toll Free
pom4info@gmail.com
68 Edwards Road
Brick, New Jersey 08723

Contact:  Trevor A. Sherwood, II
www.pooloperationmanagement.com
732-451-1040
pom4info@gmail.com
Expert in the swimming pool industry, with over 20 years of experience in service, consulting, training/education, code regulations, and development. Provided leadership to NSPF, NESPA, CAI NJ Chapter, NJAA, NJPRS, PRPS and NJ and MA Health Departments. Named lead instructor for VGB training team to NESPA by CPSC to provide training services on compliance with the act to health and building code officials in NJ, PA, CT and NY.
Information:  
Aquatics Safety and Water Rescue,  Chemicals,  Code Compliance,  Drowning,  Swimming Pools, 


Expert in the swimming pool industry, with over 20 years of experience in service, consulting, training/education, code regulations, and development. Provided leadership to NSPF, NESPA, CAI NJ Chapter, NJAA, NJPRS, PRPS and NJ and MA Health Departments. Named lead instructor for VGB training team to NESPA by CPSC to provide training services on compliance with the act to health and building code officials in NJ, PA, CT and NY.

Steinman Maritime Consulting Services
Olympia, Washington
4720 Cooper Point Rd NW, 98502


Contact:  Dr. Alan M. Steinman
Steinman Maritime Consulting Services WEBSITE
253-229-4088 Or Toll Free
asteinman2@aol.com
4720 Cooper Point Rd NW
Olympia, Washington 98502

Contact:  Dr. Alan M. Steinman
Steinman Maritime Consulting Services WEBSITE
253-229-4088
asteinman2@aol.com
Dr. Steinman is an expert in maritime medicine with particular emphasis on sea-survival, drowning and hypothermia. He has served as Surgeon General (Director of Health and Safety) for the U.S. Coast Guard, as medical advisor to the Coast Guard's Chief of Operations, and as rescue physician on numerous Coast Guard search and rescue missions. He has an international reputation in cold-water survival and hypothermia. Dr. Steinman is widely published in the field of environmental medicine, including a chapter on immersion hypothermia in a leading textbook of emergency medicine. His research into human cold-water immersion and hypothermia merited the prestigious Arnold D. Tuttle Award from the Aerospace Medicine Association. The results from his human hypothermia studies served were used in establishing U.S. Coast Guard cold-water survival time analyses. Dr. Steinman is Board Certified in Occupational Medicine; he is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine. His Doctor of Medicine degree is from the Stanford School of Medicine; his post-graduate medical training was at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine and the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Steinman has experience in both federal and state courts serving as an expert witness in numerous cases involving sea-survival, drowning, hypothermia and fitness for duty in maritime occupations.
Information:  
Accident Investigations,  Aquatics Safety and Water Rescue,  Drowning,  Hypothermia,  Maritime, 


Dr. Steinman is an expert in maritime medicine with particular emphasis on sea-survival, drowning and hypothermia. He has served as Surgeon General (Director of Health and Safety) for the U.S. Coast Guard, as medical advisor to the Coast Guard's Chief of Operations, and as rescue physician on numerous Coast Guard search and rescue missions. He has an international reputation in cold-water survival and hypothermia. Dr. Steinman is widely published in the field of environmental medicine, including a chapter on immersion hypothermia in a leading textbook of emergency medicine. His research into human cold-water immersion and hypothermia merited the prestigious Arnold D. Tuttle Award from the Aerospace Medicine Association. The results from his human hypothermia studies served were used in establishing U.S. Coast Guard cold-water survival time analyses. Dr. Steinman is Board Certified in Occupational Medicine; he is a Fellow of the American College of Preventive Medicine. His Doctor of Medicine degree is from the Stanford School of Medicine; his post-graduate medical training was at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine and the University of Washington School of Medicine. Dr. Steinman has experience in both federal and state courts serving as an expert witness in numerous cases involving sea-survival, drowning, hypothermia and fitness for duty in maritime occupations.