Forensic Engineers and Consultants

Steve Hunt

Steve Hunt

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J. Steven Hunt

CPCU, ARM, CXLT Phone: 803.732.6600 vCard LinkedIn Download CV

Expertise

  • Construction Falls & Incidents
  • Premises Liability - Pedestrian Falls
  • Safety & Risk Management
  • Codes & Standards Analysis
  • Slip, Trip, and Fall
Biography

Steve Hunt, Senior Safety Consultant of Warren Forensics has a Bachelor of Science in Administrative Management with a Minor in Occupational Safety and Health from Clemson University. He has also earned designations as an Associate Risk Management and Chartered Property and Liability Underwriter from the Insurance Institute of America, Chicago, IL.

Steve leverages his experience, training and education to investigate premises liability falls, construction incidents and safety management programs. As an expert witness, he has been court qualified as an expert in safety, fall safety, codes and standards and incident investigation. Steve has personally investigated more than 1,000 accidents in his more than 40 plus year career, including cases that involved fatalities. As a safety consultant, Steve conducted comprehensive audits of client loss prevention programs, made detailed inspections of premises, investigated incidents and losses, wrote technical reports of findings that included recommendations for improvement and loss minimization.

Prior to entering the forensic field in 2000, Steve worked 23 years in the insurance industry as a safety and loss prevention consultant where he took numerous training courses in the field of safety and loss prevention. He has authored a number of safety programs for private and public sector clients as well as conducted many safety training programs for clients. Steve has been a member of both the American Society of Safety Professionals since 1979 and Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters’ since 1989.

Qualifications
B.S. in Administrative Management, minor in Occupational Safety and Health
Associate Risk Management (ARM)
Certified XL Tribometrist (CXLT)
Experience in Safety Consulting – over 40 years
Experience in Premises Liability, Human Falls, and Risk Management
Professional Member of American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP)
Recent Posts
A close-up view of the steel column.

Timber – Falling Beam Strikes Worker

As an experienced safety consultant, I have investigated many serious injuries and deaths at construction sites over the past 39 years. The United States Department of Labor reports that the fatal injury rate for the construction industry is highest of all industries in the nation. Out of 4,386 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar […]

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Painting of Handicap Ramps

As an experienced safety consultant, I’m called on to investigate a wide range of premises liability incidents. One common premises liability incident that often results in serious injury is a fall on a handicap ramp. There are at least four types of handicap ramps – flare side, parallel, returned curb and built-up.

Who Else Owns This Construction Loss Course

When a worker is badly injured on a construction site, adjusters or investigators are often hired to determine pursuit or defense of a subrogation case.  This slideshow gives an overview of several real-world investigations and helps viewers understand some of the issues involved in construction related subrogatable incidents.

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John Holecek Earns Control System Engineer License

Congratulations to John Holecek, P.E., Senior Consulting Engineer with Warren who received notification earlier this year on successfully passing the Control System Engineer PE test and now holds a CSE License.

Steve Hunt, Senior Safety Consultant of Warren Forensics has a Bachelor of Science in Administrative Management with a Minor in Occupational Safety and Health from Clemson University. He has also earned designations as an Associate Risk Management and Chartered Property and Liability Underwriter from the Insurance Institute of America, Chicago, IL.

Steve leverages his experience, training and education to investigate premises liability falls, construction incidents and safety management programs. As an expert witness, he has been court qualified as an expert in safety, fall safety, codes and standards and incident investigation. Steve has personally investigated more than 1,000 accidents in his more than 40 plus year career, including cases that involved fatalities. As a safety consultant, Steve conducted comprehensive audits of client loss prevention programs, made detailed inspections of premises, investigated incidents and losses, wrote technical reports of findings that included recommendations for improvement and loss minimization.

Prior to entering the forensic field in 2000, Steve worked 23 years in the insurance industry as a safety and loss prevention consultant where he took numerous training courses in the field of safety and loss prevention. He has authored a number of safety programs for private and public sector clients as well as conducted many safety training programs for clients. Steve has been a member of both the American Society of Safety Professionals since 1979 and Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriters’ since 1989.

B.S. in Administrative Management, minor in Occupational Safety and Health
Associate Risk Management (ARM)
Certified XL Tribometrist (CXLT)
Experience in Safety Consulting – over 40 years
Experience in Premises Liability, Human Falls, and Risk Management
Professional Member of American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP)
A close-up view of the steel column.

Timber – Falling Beam Strikes Worker

As an experienced safety consultant, I have investigated many serious injuries and deaths at construction sites over the past 39 years. The United States Department of Labor reports that the fatal injury rate for the construction industry is highest of all industries in the nation. Out of 4,386 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar […]

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Painting of Handicap Ramps

As an experienced safety consultant, I’m called on to investigate a wide range of premises liability incidents. One common premises liability incident that often results in serious injury is a fall on a handicap ramp. There are at least four types of handicap ramps – flare side, parallel, returned curb and built-up.

Who Else Owns This Construction Loss Course

When a worker is badly injured on a construction site, adjusters or investigators are often hired to determine pursuit or defense of a subrogation case.  This slideshow gives an overview of several real-world investigations and helps viewers understand some of the issues involved in construction related subrogatable incidents.

HolocekL600

John Holecek Earns Control System Engineer License

Congratulations to John Holecek, P.E., Senior Consulting Engineer with Warren who received notification earlier this year on successfully passing the Control System Engineer PE test and now holds a CSE License.

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