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Glass technologist, chemist and expert in  forensic examination and fracture examination of broken glass  jars, bottles, vases and other food and domestic containers, and in identifying origin or glass fragments in food. Assessment of glass quality. Access to approved tst laboratory.

Mr Marcus Brew

Brew Technology & Training Ltd

 30 years experience of identifying and assessing physical hazards and human factors issues in very wide spectrum of domestic products and consumer facilities. Over a hundred expert witness reports written for injury claims or trading standards cases on issues including causes of accidents, foreseeable child behaviour, warnings or instructions, diligence in supply chain, risk assessments and product recalls. Reasoned interpretations given of general and specific safety expectations, published standards, safety regulations, European Directives and statutory duties of care. Opinions also given where criminal prosecutions or child care proceedings involve disputed assertions of product involvement in injuries.

Eur Ing Dr Gordon Hayward

GH Associates

Chartered mechanical engineer with career in design and developement of industrial equipment. Twenty years experience as an expert witness in injury liability and criminal cases including a variety of consumer hardwear products, particulalry cycles, ladders,  powered tools and machinery.

Mr Paul Thorneycroft

Chartered mechanical engineer and Member of the Institute Ooccupational Health and Safety, with expert witness experience in industrial and workplace safety issues including ladder and playground accidents.

Eur Ing Steven Rawden

Olver & Rawden