Mark R. Webster is a registered Professional Engineer with a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He specializes in design, safety standards, and guarding for industrial machinery and related control systems, particularly conveyors and material handling systems, material lifts, and hydraulic systems. He is a board certified forensic engineer with experience in personal injury and product liability cases for both plaintiff and defense. He holds Thirteen U.S. patents and has formal training as an expert in patent litigation. He is Chair of the ASME Board on Safety Codes and Standards and Vice Chair of ASME B20.1 Safety Standards for Conveyors and Related Equipment.
Specific Areas of Expertise:
Safety codes and standards Industrial machine design and safety Conveyors and conveying systems Material handling systems Hydraulic and mechanical Platform lifts and systems Personnel elevating work platforms Material lifts and vertical conveyors Automated machinery and control systems Electro-mechanical system design and safety Finite Element Analysis (failure analysis) Dynamic system analysis and simulation
Education & Licenses
BSME, MSME, MBA; P.E. registration in Minnesota, Georgia, Missouri, New York, Arkansas, Indiana, Oklahoma, Washington, Wisconsin and Illinois, Board Certified Forensic Engineer