By attending in this seminar, you will be able to:
This seminar is designed for all professionals - technical or managerial - who are involved either directly or indirectly with vehicle safety performance. An engineering undergraduate degree in any discipline would be beneficial.
"Stimulating, comprehensive overview covering all aspects of injury, anatomy, biomechanics and federal regulations."
Ford Motor Company
"This program provided a broad overview of material that will help me in understanding and communicating with the other engineers on my job. It will also help me in my analysis."
Safety Statistical Methods Technical Specialist
Ford Motor Company
"Good training that gives an overview of the human body and injury while briefly covering other aspects of safety."
David S. Srugis
Autoliv North America, Inc.
"Instructor is very engaging in approach."
Safety Regulatory Engineer
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing
"The instructor was very interesting and the class was very informative."
Alpha Technology Associate, Inc.
"This is an excellent course. I highly recommend it for anyone working in biomechanics, vehicle occupant safety, or with government regulations or standards."
University of Cincinnati
"One of the most valuable courses I have attended in quite some time."
M.D./ Orthopedic Surgeon
Illinois SW Orthopedics
You must complete all course contact hours and successfully pass the learning assessment to obtain CEUs.
Jeffrey A. Pike is President, Biomechanics Consulting, Inc. and Adjunct Professor, Biomedical Engineering, Wayne State University. He previously held the position of Senior Technical Specialist, Occupant Injury/Biomechanics, Ford Motor Company, from which he recently retired. He has extensive professional experience in biomechanics, injury mechanisms and causation, occupant protection, testing, regulatory requirements and regulatory process and medical records review. Mr. Pike has organized and presented at numerous technical forums, including sessions at two White House Conferences as well as SAE Symposia on Vehicle Rollovers, Occupant Protection and Lower Limb Injuries. He has also taught SAE regulatory and forensics seminars since 1998 and has been a guest lecturer at MIT, the Medical College of Wisconsin, the University of Michigan, Harvard Medical School and the University of Virginia. Mr. Pike is an SAE Fellow and received the Forest R. McFarland Award in 2004 for his contributions to SAE professional development activities. His publications include technical papers, book chapters and principal author of two textbooks published by SAE: Automotive Safety: Anatomy, Injury, Testing and Regulation and Neck Injury: The Use of X-Rays, CT's and MRI's to Study Crash-Related Injury Mechanisms. His educational background includes studies at Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, New York University and the University of Michigan.