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Human Factors Focus on Warnings, Part l: Labels, Signs, and Tags

TASA ID: 568

Failure to warn has become a common cause of action in products liability and tort litigation. Over the past 15 years, much scientific research has been conducted on the subjects of warning design and effectiveness.  As discussed here, a warning is a label, sign, or tag used to communicate hazard information. (Note: Part II, a sequel, will discuss visual and auditory warning devices and alarms.)  The purpose of a warning is to modify human behavior and ensure safety compliance, i.e. to give the worker or user an opportunity to avoid harm.

Auto Manufacturer's Liability in Pedestrian Injury Cases-Effect of Automobile's Front Structure Design

TASA ID: 3190

Over the years, there have been several product liability litigations regarding pedestrian injuries and the front structure designs of the vehicles  alleged as the significant factor. This topic was the subject of intense research many years ago, and there may be U.S. legislation in the near future.

Recent Fires Turn Safe Deposit Vaults Into Ovens

TASA ID: 1018

Over the past few months, the events that followed damaging fires at several financial institutions across the nation have significantly affected our safe deposit industry. These fires were caused by severe lightning strikes, electrical wiring problems and a carelessly discarded cigarette. After fires totaled all of these facilities, each one was confronted with some very difficult challenges and tough decisions.

Air Quality and Product Liability Case Studies: A Chemical Expert’s Analysis

TASA ID: 203

End users of a product are occasionally unhappy with the product's performance or time of durability.  In the areas of paints, coatings, and adhesives, a paint or coating may fade, blister, or crack shortly after its application or well before its expiration date.  An adhesive may also delaminate in random fashion.  Additionally, personal injury may result.
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