Florida - Fort Myers
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Dr. Zdenek Hejzlar has over 27 years of experience in premises/occupational safety and various aspects of the environmental and toxic health fields. He directs multidisciplinary projects in human factors systems safety and accident reconstruction related to a broad range of environmental and industrial issues, chemical and hazardous material dangers, risk assessment, fire/explosion, slip and fall, premises/occupational safety and health hazards. He also has extensive experience in textile and other polymeric material failure analysis and design applications. In addition to the litigation related projects, Dr. Hejzlar is involved in accident prevention research in slip resistant shoe design and risk mitigation consulting with major cruise lines and resorts.
Dr. Hejzlar teaches technical professional courses in environmental and safety risk management, property condition assessments and occupational safety and health. Projects include deployment, health and safety, risk evaluations, training and standards development for the U.S. Department of Defense, property evaluations for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Technical Professional Training for ASTM, RIFS and HAZWOPER training for clients in Asia, and environmental risk training for World Bank Group members in Europe. Dr. Hejzlar has also been appointed and serves as a panel expert for the Transportation Research Safety Board. He served for over 10 years including chairmanship on the Committee for Publications for ASTM International overseeing publications of ASTM’s technical journals. In addition to numerous technical papers on technical investigation, ASTM has published his technical manual on the Phase I and Phase II process and CD-ROM computer based assessment training. Dr. Hejzlar is heavily involved in standards development related to safety of walkway surfaces and in tribometry research. He is an NFSI Certified Walkway Auditor Safety Specialist and ANSI/NFSI Walkway Auditor Certificate Holder. He chairs the ANSI/NFSI B101.9 Subcommittee developing standard for “Identification and Elimination of Interior and Exterior Trip Hazards on Walking Surfaces, Stairs, and Ramps.”
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