From time to time, I and other engineers here at Warren are asked to evaluate a case involving an injury that has been caused by machinery designed to produce or fill packaging. The hazards associated with packaging machinery are often similar to other commonly-used industrial machinery, but packaging machinery has its own voluntary consensus standard […]
Aron Olson, P.E., holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of South Carolina and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Packaging Science from Clemson University.
Aron is a member of the ASTM International F13 Committee on Pedestrian / Walkway Safety and Footwear. He is also a skilled user of Solid Works and other computer aided design software.
Aron’s areas of emphasis are machine safeguarding, machinery analysis and three dimensional imaging.
Aron has a background in engineering design with over six years’ experience as a mechanical engineer and machine designer in the gas turbine and medical device industries. He has designed both end-user products and production machinery.
Aron investigates personal injury, product liability and property damage claims and losses involving machinery and equipment in both manufacturing and construction environments.
Aron is experienced with collecting and processing three dimension images of machinery, building interiors and exteriors including structural collapse scenes, fire scenes, vehicles and other scenes and objects related to the forensic analysis of personal injury and property claims.