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EDT's Chief Engineer Hosts Encore Webinar
Our Chief Engineer, Mark D. Russell, Ph.D., P.E., hosted a webinar: How to Ask for and Get What You Need from a Forensic Engineer last month. Due to the overwhelming response, he provided another presentation last week. Dr. Russell reviewed the loss response process, a range of example scenarios, and communication strategies to use throughout your consults.
Thank you to those of you who were able to listen in. We're grateful for opportunities to connect with our clients, and we look forward to hosting more webinars like these. If you were unable to catch the webinar, or you'd like to use it as a reference, be sure to check out the recording.
- Use our webinar slides as a helpful reference: download our webinar slide deck.
- Deepen your understanding our cause analysis process with the Determination of Cause Method Flowchart
- For more insights on the Determination of Cause Method, check out Dr. Russell's article with EDT Engineer Dr. Jur: Engineering Analysis of Failure: A Determination of Cause Method
- Learn more about EDT forensic engineering principles.
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We hope the strategies we discussed help you get more out of your forensic engineering consultants. If you're interested in learning more about how to work with forensic engineers, we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to do an in-person training. Connect with us to learn more.