Faulty Assumptions, Erroneous Reasoning and the Illusion of Knowledge"
Jon P. Moldestad
April 14, 2017
Hs Lordships, Berkeley, CA
Jon P. Moldestad, LLC: With nearly 45 years of experience in the field of risk management, Jon has served as an international lecturer, technical consultant and expert witness on such subjects as: accident investigation, hazardous materials management, occupational ergonomics, products liability, safety, security liability, risk management and related issues. Jon has worked extensively in the manufacturing, distribution, construction, and insurance industries as well as having served as the Assistant Safety Director at Stanford University. As a former Naval Engineering Officer, Jon has also had significant experience with diverse and complex engineering systems.
Jon has provided safety, health and loss control services to hundreds of domestic and foreign organizations. Activities ranged from complex hazard analyses to overseeing corporate risk management programs.
Jon earned an M.S. degree from the University of Southern California (1980), specializing in safety, and a B.A. from the University of Minnesota (1970), specializing in human behavior and ergonomics. He also has a certification in Naval Engineering and Damage Control from the U. S. Naval Engineering School(D.A.T.C., 1971).
The luncheon seminar will be held at Hs Lordships, 199 Seawall Drive, in the Berkeley Marina, (510)843-2733 (map). Registration starts at 11:15 am, lunch at 11:30 am, and presentation from 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm. Walk-ins welcome.
Please make your reservation by calling (530) 790-0432, or sending us an e-mail by Wednesday, April 12, 2017.
The cost of the seminar and a full buffet is $33. Please pay at the door, by cash or check. Make check payable to NSMS, Golden Gate Chapter. If mailing payment, please mail to this address: Alan Larson & Associates, 1469 Butte House Rd., Suite B, Yuba City, CA 95993
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