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The Engineer’s Responsibility Towards Safety Brian McMinn, Robert Malby, Chris Boven, Matt Edwards, Justin Fierman, Brian Morgan
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Civil Engineer Safety Things to look at before designing Location Load Environment Structural Engineers study damage to gain a better understanding of geological faults, to determine why structures fail
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Civil Engineer Safety Tacoma Narrows Bridge (1946) Walnut Street Bridge (1996) King Street Bridge (1962)
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Civil Engineering Safety Falls View Bridge (1938) Second Narrows Bridge (1958)
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Personal Restraints Lap, Shoulder, Seat Bolsters Methods of Use and Purpose
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Child Safety Switches Windows Child Locks Carseat
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Collisions Airbags Design Ethical Engineering
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Ergonomics Improves design of every-day products to make them safer and more efficient Human Engineers Ergonomists deal with anything involving people Take into account anatomy, physiology, and psychology to make working and life more comfortable
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Ergonomics Products include: Specially Designed chairs with footrests Glare Reduction on Computer Monitors Gel wrist supports to reduce carpal tunnel syndrome
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Safety and Engineering Ethics Well Being of Employees Well Being of the Engineer OSHA
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