February 12, 2014 - 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM CENTRAL
This presentation will review a managed approach to preventing slips, trips and falls with key emphasis on facility design not addressed in the International Building Codes and ADA. Applying human factors with Prevention through Design strategies starting with walkway surface material selection; use of color and contrast at transitions; planning pedestrian travel into a facility, stairway; and entrance design will be discussed.
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- Slides from the session
- 0.2 CEUs
- Member Price: $95.00
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- List Price: $115.00
Wayne S. Maynard, CSP, CPE, ALCM, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Hopkinton, MA
Wayne S. Maynard is Product Director, Workers' Compensation line of business, Liberty Mutual Insurance, Risk Control Services with a specialty of Ergonomics and Tribology (slips, trips and falls). Wayne is located at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety in Hopkinton, MA.
Wayne has 35 years of experience all with Liberty Mutual. Since 1995, he has held technical and product development leadership positions within Liberty Mutual Risk Control while leading the Ergonomics and Tribology safety practice. Wayne works closely with the Liberty Mutual Risk Control Services organization, the Research Institute for Safety and business units within Liberty Mutual including Product Management, Underwriting, and Claims on development of high end research based products and tools that support book of business and target industry strategies. Wayne's former roles include Manager of Technical Services and Product Development at the Liberty Mutual Research Institute for Safety, Hopkinton, MA. In this position, Wayne co-led with the Research Institute for Safety, the internal Knowledge Transfer and Exchange (KTE) process with the Research Institute linking research to practitioner and practitioners to research.
Wayne has authored/co-authored numerous articles and presented many times at industry and safety conferences on slip, trip and fall prevention and belongs to several ANSI and ASTM technical committees on ergonomics, pedestrian walkway safety and footwear. Wayne received a B.A. degree in Zoology from the University of Maine, Orono, ME and is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP), Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE), and holds the Associate in Loss Control Management (ALCM) designation.