Ned Wolf

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Ned Wolfe, BSME
PE, Mechanical Engineer M19672

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TECHNICAL AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:
• Mechanical Design and Safety Engineering Analysis
• Occupational and Industrial Machine Safety
• Premises Liability
• Slip/Trip and Fall Analysis

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering
McGill University, Montreal, Canada (1959)

Certified XL Tribometrist

REGISTRATION:
Professional Mechanical Engineer, California Number M19672

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Staff Engineer, Vollmer-Gray Engineering Laboratories, Inc. (1977) to present) Accident investigation and reconstruction.

Staff Engineer, Von Haenel and Associates (1976 to 1977) Same as above.

Consulting Engineer, Drawmatix, Inc. (1973 to 1976) Facilities design and layout, manufacturing and industrial engineering, manufacture of engineering and graphics materials.

Production Manager, Inter-Polymer Corporation (1970 to 1972) Film extrusion, paper/plastic printing and converting. Supervision of production, engineering and maintenance, design and assembly of manufacturing equipment, plant safety.

Project Engineer, Consolidated Bathurst Ltd. (1966 to 1970) Internal engineering consultant to the multi-plant Packaging Division. Equipment evaluation, machinery design and modification, facilities design, planning and safety, plant construction, supervision and start-up.

Design Engineer, International Rubber and Plastics Corporation (1961 to 1966) Rubber and plastic molding/ fabricating. Design of molding tools and dies and manufacturing equipment. Materials and manufacturing analysis, plant engineering and safety.

Design Engineer, Canadian Marconi Company (1959 to 1961) Design of mechanical components for electronic communication equipment. Manufacturing and environmental test engineering.

TECHNICAL BACKGROUND
Premises and Facilities: walking surface slip testing, layout safety analysis, Building Code and OSHA compliance, and illumination testing.

Equipment Safety: ladders, scaffolds, industrial mobile, industrial/commercial doors, powered/manual gates, conveyors, dock levelers, process controls, and tools.

Machine Safety: metal working, wood working, rubber and plastic forming, packaging and food processors.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
American Society for Testing Materials – Committee F13 (Pedestrian/Walkway Safety and Footwear)
American National Standards Institute