Author: Steven Arndt
Dr. Steven Arndt is an Industrial Engineer in Exponent's Human Factors practice. He specializes in human factors, ergonomics, industrial engineering, and safety. He provides consultation in the investigation and prevention of accidents and injuries with consumer and industrial products in the home and in occupational environments. Dr. Arndt has performed investigations involving perception and reaction time, machine guarding, manual materials handling, ADA compliance and fall protection. He has conducted accident risk and injury analyses for presses, conveyors, forklifts, scaffolding, aerial boom lifts, commercial excavation equipment, amusement parks and abrasive sand-blasting using occupational and consumer injury and accident databases. Dr. Arndt has also designed and evaluated warnings, instructions, and safety information by applying industry standards, government and voluntary standards, focus groups, and laboratory testing.
Wiker, Steven F., Vanderheiden, Gregg C., Lee, Seongil, Arndt, Steven (1991): Development of Tactile Mice for Blind Access to Computers: Importance of Stimulation Locus. In: Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 35th Annual Meeting , 1991, . pp. 708-712.