Tim has over 20 years’ experience in the sciences of human movement, biomechanics, and human factors.
He specializes in the analysis of bicycle accidents and helmet safety, based on his educational background as well as his own personal and extensive cycling knowledge. He has over 30 years of direct cycling experience including competitive racing, touring, fitness/recreational riding, commuting, and coaching.
Tim also applies his expertise to product safety (hazard analysis, guarding, warnings/instructions); slip, trip and fall incidents; occupant kinematics; occupant crash protection; egress/ingress; and biomechanical injury analysis. He has published in the areas of human factors, injury biomechanics, slip resistance and occupant crash protection.
To learn more about Tim or to contact him, Visit Timothy Joganich, MSES, C.H.F.P. Page.