Lorn Manufacturing Case Study
The Lorn Manufacturing case study details the dilemma Jim Russell faced after losing three fingers in a horrible accident that occurred while he was cleaning a lap winder in an industrial plant. Who is responsible? Did Russell fail to follow procedure while performing his maintenance duties, or is it the manufacturer’s fault for not following proper safety guidelines when designing the machinery? Find out the jury’s verdict and learn about engineering ethics.
Students use this case study to develop an understanding of the following key objectives:
- Implementation of safety procedures in a manufacturing plant
- Application of codes and standards in professional environments
- Qualifications engineers must have to serve as expert witnesses
- Proper communication skills in a professional environment, such as a manufacturing plant
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