Douglas Jeter, PE

Workplace Safety and Material Science Consultant
djeter@forensicexp.com

Education

M.B.A. International Business, University of South Carolina, 1995
M.S. Ceramic Science and Engineering, Rutgers University, 1989
B.S. Ceramic Engineering, Clemson University, 1985

Areas of specialization
  • Workplace safety
  • Federal OSHA regulations
  • State OSHA regulations
  • Industry standards
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Non-ferrous materials
  • Welding
  • Industrial equipment
Professional Affiliations
  • ASM International
  • American Ceramic Society

For 30 years, Mr. Jeter has been involved in the manufacture, research, and development of materials. He applies his extensive experience in materials science, manufacturing, and equipment design to investigate failures in products and materials. In addition, Mr. Jeter's experience as a hands-on factory floor production and safety supervisor provides a "real world" basis for his investigations of workplace incidents. His teaching experience enables him to explain difficult concepts in ways that are easily understood.

Mr. Jeter has held technical and managerial positions with GE Aircraft Engines, GE Nuclear Energy, Owens Corning Composites, Owens Corning Science & Technology, Coors Biomedical Company, BellSouth Chile, Battelle Memorial Institute, Edison Welding Institute, and SCI Engineered Materials.

A current CV is available on request.