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Construction Safety & Health OSHA Certificate, 1994

   Contractors are by law (OSHA 1926) subject to providing a safe working environment including personal safety equipment,

   working above 6 feet height, ladders, scaffolding, electrical power and lockout, lifting equipment, cranes, rigging, confined

   space and below grade elevation, air quality and sound environment.

Ethics & Responsibilities of the Contractor, 1995

   Contractor's responsibility by contractual agreement, which includes ethics and responsibilities implied in the law, building

   codes and standards of construction.

Arbitration & Mediation in construction, 1996

   Disputes between contractors, subcontractors and owners including proposals, standards, law and ethical resolve. Means

   of solving disagreements by contracts and mutual understanding to avoid court intervention.

Fundamentals of Construction Design, Worker's Compensation and Workplace Safety, 1998

Basics for Contractors, Laws & Safety, FCILB, 2001

Construction Business Management, FCILB, 2001

Computer aided Residential Design, 1999

   Methods for utilizing CAD systems for designing homes for wind, HVAC, electrical and plumbing requirements

Building/Structural, University of Florida Extension service, 2002

   Standard Building codes for wind, floor and attic loading, windows and doors, building attachments for frame constraints for

   homes, metal buildings and block construction. Foundation built-up, slab and frame type.

Building/Fire, University of Florida Extension service, 2002

   Building code standards for fire rating, prevention, egress, signs, inspection and safety applications for plumbing, heating,

   electrical and combustion sources.

Electrical Codes & Plan Interpretation, FCILB, 2000

   Building codes for electrical panels, wiring, outlets, lighting, ground fault breakers, load calculations, testing and inspection.

Heating Boilers; Construction, Care and Operation ASME Sections IV and VI, ASME, 2001

   ASME codes and standards for inspection, repair, service and testing of heating boilers and hot water heaters, including

   welding, qualifications, procedures and documentation.

Pressure Vessel Alteration and Repair, ASME, 1983

   Inspection, repair, welding specification, welding procedures, welder qualifications and records, testing and documentation

   for ASME code and the National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.

Plumbing and Fuel Technical, University of Florida Extension service, 2002

   Application of the building codes to the standards for the selection, installation, inspection and testing of plumbing and fuel

   equipment and appliances.

Mechanical Energy - Florida Building Code, Electrical, Plumbing, Fuel, NFPA, Hazards, Guards, Ventilation,

   Combustion air, Boilers and Hot Water Heaters. University of Florida (FEES), 2002

 

LECTURES IN ENGINEERING

1984 - "Selecting an Expert Witness" Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                The Mobile Claims Association, Mobile, Alabama

1991 - “Harbert S. Gregory Distinguished Lecture Series” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                University of Florida, The College of Engineering, Gainesville, Florida

1993 - “Designing and Building Mechanical Equipment for Today's Industries” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pensacola Section, Florida

1995 - “Forensic Engineering” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Mobile Section, Alabama

1995 - “Designing and Building Mechanical Equipment for Today's Industries” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Mobile Section, Alabama

1995 - “Forensic Engineering” Jim Anderson, Richard McSwain and Jack W. Sparks

American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pensacola Section, Florida

1998 - “Accident Reconstruction - Cause and Origin” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                The Pensacola Claims Association

1997 - “Forensic Engineering and Accident Reconstruction” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Pensacola Section, Florida

2000 - “Air Bags - Performance and Failure Analysis” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Gator Section, Gainesville, Florida

2001 - “Testing Methods for Failure Analysis in Accident Reconstruction” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                American Society of Nondestructive Testing, Emerald Coast Section

2001 - “Forensic Engineering” Jack W. Sparks, Ph.D., PE

                Northwest Florida Association of Private Investigators

                Annual Florida Certified Investigators (FCI) Seminar

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