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Our latest publications. We frequently produce materials concerning the practice of forensics. Here you’ll find our latest publications, as well as an archive of much of our most request work. To get updates by email of our newest publications, please take a moment to complete the form on this page, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted.

05/10/2017

Escalators Not Always a Walk in the Park
Rob Parkinson and Brittany Sinclair write for The Lawyer’s Daily explaining the risks associated with escalators. When walking on...
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03/08/2017

The Attractive Tractive: Proving That a Lack of Winter Tires
With so much information available these days it can be difficult to distinguish the root cause of a collision...
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08/05/2015

The Effect of Age on the Mechanical Properties of Porcine
The North American working population is aging. American workers over 55 comprised 19% of the labour force in 2010...
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07/10/2015

Lumbar Postures, Seat Interface Pressures and Discomfort Responses to a
A high prevalence of low back pain has been reported among professional drivers, including mobile police officers. The purpose...
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07/06/2015

Characterizing the Combined Effects of Force, Repetition and Posture on
Chad Gooyers worked with his colleagues at the University of Waterloo to investigate the magnitude of peak compressive force...
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03/11/2015

Investigating Automotive Product Defects
The constant technological developments in the automotive field present new challenges when investigating automotive defects, because a failed technology...
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02/18/2015

The Influence of Interactions Between External Task Demands in Lifting
30 Forensic Engineering’s (formerly Giffin Koerth Forensic Engineering) Dr. Chad Gooyers worked with his colleagues at the University of...
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12/10/2014

Exploring the Regional Response of the Intervertebral Disc Under Postural
30 Forensic Engineering’s (formerly Giffin Koerth Forensic Engineering) Dr. Chad Gooyers worked with his colleagues at the University of...
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05/07/2014

Biomechanics: Injury and Design Considerations
Life is full of activities that are engaging, stimulating, and exciting. Activities such as walking, running, cycling, driving, flying,...
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04/30/2014

Breaking Bad
How clean is “clean” when it comes to property damage and the health side effects associated with illicit meth...
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04/09/2014

Nominal and Substantive Road Safety: Understanding Their Implications in Liability
Any transportation system is made up of vehicles, users, the transportation facility and the environment. They all play a...
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03/05/2014

Active Transportation: Is Your Municipality Adequately Responding to this Revival?
While active transportation (AT) planning began to mobilize in the late 1980’s and early 1990’s, it has been in...
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