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1 Senior Manager Professional Profile Ms. Eugenia Kennedy is a Senior Manager in Exponent s Mechanical Engineering practice. Ms. Kennedy s expertise is in the discipline of mechanical engineering, including the fields of mechanical design and the mechanical behavior of materials. Ms. Kennedy has attained specialized competence in industrial and occupational safety including matters such as machine guarding, fall protection, hazardous energy control, aerial lifts, scaffolding, material handling, walking/working surfaces, and slip-and-fall matters. Ms. Kennedy has experience in evaluating worker, equipment, and facility safety. She has investigated incidents associated with construction equipment such as excavators and cranes. She has also assisted clients in developing machine guarding, performing safety audits, and identifying risks associated with occupational activities. Throughout her career, Ms. Kennedy has used her expertise in mechanical engineering to solve a broad range of problems related to failure analysis and prevention, vehicle accident investigation and reconstruction, and product design and development. She has performed failure and accident investigations of many different components and equipment including: elevators, escalators, consumer products, amusement park rides, and power plant components such as reactor vessels, steam generators, boilers, and turbines. Ms. Kennedy s work has included the area of mechanical behavior of materials. Her expertise also covers fracture mechanics analysis, statistical modeling of material data, and remaining life assessments. Ms. Kennedy is a Certified Safety Professional. She has received the Safety and Health Specialist Certificates in Construction Industry and General Industry from the OSHA Training Institute Education Center and is authorized to teach the 10- and 30-hour Outreach Courses in OSHA s Construction Safety and Health Standards. She was also the President of the Boston Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers. She currently teaches courses on Lead Safety and Energy to Massachusetts Association of General Contractors for the Construction Supervisor s License. Prior to joining Exponent, Ms. Kennedy worked for the Westinghouse Electric Corporation as an Engineer in the Plant Engineering Division. Academic Credentials and Professional Honors M.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Pittsburgh, 1985 B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan, 1981

2 Licenses and Certifications Certified Safety Professional, #20593 Safety and Health Specialist Certificate in General Industry, OSHA Training Institute Education Center, Keene State College Safety Center, 2008 Safety and Health Specialist Certificate in Construction Industry, OSHA Training Institute Education Center, Keene State College Safety Center, 2007 Authorized OSHA Trainer for the 10- and 30-hour Outreach Courses in OSHA s Construction Safety and Health Standards Certificate in Safety Management, American Society of Safety Engineers 30 Hour OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry, OSHA Course Hour OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the General Industry, OSHA Course 511 Electrical Standards, OSHA Course 3095 Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics, OSHA Course 3010 Scaffold Users Course, OSHA Course NCSH 406 Mobile Crane Hazards: Train-the-Trainer, OSHA Course NCSH 214 Recordkeeping Rule, OSHA Course 7845 Fall Arrest Systems, OSHA Course 3110 Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards, OSHA Course 2045 OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene, OSHA Course 521 Ergonomics Applied to MSDs and Nerve Disorders, OSHA Course 2250 Public Warehousing and Storage, OSHA Course 7005 Lockout/Tagout, American Society of Safety Engineers Respiratory Protection, OSHA Course NCOS-2225 Biohazards in the Workplace, OSHA Course NCSH-444 Federal & State Requirements for Temporary Workers, The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Labor Standards, April 2014 Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators, ASME A17.1 Course Hazardous Waste Operation and Emergency Response Certification, 29 CFR Heavy Vehicle Crash Reconstruction Training, Northwestern University Traffic Institute. Accident Reconstruction, Engineering Dynamics Corporation. Publications Kennedy EL. Aerial lift fatalities and injury causes. American Society of Safety Engineers Technical Publication, RM/Insight 2010; 9(3). Kennedy EL. OSHA Multi-Employer Policy. Georgia Defense Lawyer, Spring Kennedy EL. Machine guarding design: A historical perspective. American Society of Safety Engineers Technical Publication, By Design 2007; 7(2). Page 2

3 Kennedy EL. Analyses of amusement park injury data. American Society of Safety Engineers Risk Management/Insurance Practice Specialty Newsletter 2006; 6(2). Server WL, Griesbach TJ, Kennedy EL, Venkatakrishnan CS. Reactor pressure vessel life assurance decisions. American Society of Mechanical Engineers Annual Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, PVP-Vol Bamford WH (ed), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, NY, Foulds JR, Kennedy EL. Bounding the conservatism in flaw-related variables for pressure vessel integrity analyses. In: Reliability and Risk in Pressure Vessels and Piping. p , PVP-Vol Phillips JH (ed), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Foulds JR, Kennedy EL, Basin SL, Rosinski ST. Flaw distribution development from vessel ISI data. 11th International NDE in the Nuclear and Pressure Vessel Industries Conference, Albuquerque, NM, April 29, 1992 (i). Rosinski ST, Kennedy EL, Foulds JR. Feasibility for Development of a Nuclear Reactor Pressure Vessel Flaw Distribution Sensitivity Analyses and NDE Capability. Proceedings, International Atomic Energy Agency Specialists Meeting on Nuclear Power Plant Lifetime Assurance, October 1990, Stockholm, Sweden, Reference 12, Swedish Nuclear Power Inspectorate, Sweden, Rosinski, ST, Kennedy EL, Foulds JR, Kinsman KM. PWR Vessel Flaw Distribution Development An Overview of Feasibility. Proceedings, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Annual Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, 1990, Nashville, TN, pp , PVP-Vol Pangborn RN (ed), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, New York, NY, Kennedy EL, et al. Stress and fracture mechanics analyses of weld cracking in a rotary ball mill. Winter Annual Meeting, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Paper 389-WA/DE- 17, San Francisco, CA, December Balkey KR, Kennedy EL. A Cost effective approach for extending the life of pressurized water reactor vessels. Proceedings, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, Vol. 98-1, New Orleans, LA, June Balkey, KR, Kennedy EL. Probabilistic fracture mechanics sensitivity study for plant specific evaluations of reactor vessel pressurized thermal shock. Proceedings, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, Vol. 92, San Antonio, TX, June Meyer T, Kennedy EL. The effects of pressure fluctuations on warm prestressing. Paper 83- PVP-93, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, Portland, OR, June Presentations Page 3

4 Bress TJ, Hubbard W, Kennedy EL, Wodin-Schwartz SJ. What goes up, must come down safely Elevators and their risks. Exponent Webinar, May Kennedy EL, Bress TJ. Getting to the root of root cause analysis. Lorman Education Services, August Kennedy EL, Fowler AK, McCoy C. Port of calm: Issues in risk and claim management for the port industry. Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, June Kennedy EL, Ellison A. Carbon monoxide dangers and detection. American Society of Safety Engineers Greater Boston Chapter, December Kennedy EL. Designing for safety Application to construction and general industry. Lorman Education Services, October Kennedy EL. Designing for safety in the workplace. Legal Issues for Massachusetts Professional Engineers, May Kennedy EL. Root cause failure analysis and accident reconstruction. Lorman Educational Services, November Kennedy EL. Slips and falls. Recent developments in civil litigation. Massachusetts Defense Lawyers Association, May Kennedy EL. Fall protection. Northeast Buildings & Facilities Management Show & Conference, April Kennedy EL. Workplace accident investigation. Legal Issues for Massachusetts Professional Engineers, April Kennedy EL. Wild Wonder amusement ride accident investigation. Extreme Evidence, Court TV, January Kennedy EL. Accidents resulting from in-house repairs. American Society of Safety Engineers, New England Professional Development Conference, November Kennedy EL. Accident investigations and analysis. Invited Lecture, AEGIS Claims Roundtable, Jersey City, NJ, January Kennedy EL. Accident investigation and personal injury analysis. Invited Lecture, Claims Adjuster Workshop, Liberty Mutual, Weston, MA, December 1, Kennedy EL. Accident investigation and personal injury analysis. Invited Lecture, Black & McCue, Worcester, MA, October 8, Kennedy EL. Accident investigation and reconstruction. Invited Lecture, New England Region Field Investigator Meeting, Liberty Mutual, Sturbridge, MA, August 16, Page 4

5 Reports Menich RP, Kennedy EL. SAVER (Statistical Analysis of Vessel Examination Results) A Computer Code for Developing a Flaw Distribution from Vessel Inspection Data. Failure Analysis Associates, Inc. Contractor Report to Sandia National Laboratories, SAND , Albuquerque, NM, January Dorshuk, BW, Martson TU, Kennedy EL, Hostetler DR. Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant life cycle management/license renewal program Reactor pressure vessel evaluation. Electric Power Research Institute, TR , Palo Alto, CA, April Kennedy EL, Doney G, Nickell R. PWR reactor pressure vessel license renewal industry report; Revision 1. Electric Power Research Institute, TR , Palo Alto, CA, July Gambel RM, Kennedy EL, Server WL, Connor, L, Venkatakrishnan, CS. Reactor Vessel Embrittlement Management Handbook A handbook for managing reactor vessel embrittlement and vessel integrity. Electric Power Research Institute, TR , Palo Alto, CA, December Foulds JR, Kennedy EL. Midland Reactor Pressure Vessel Flaw Distribution. Failure Analysis Associates, Inc. Contractor Report to Sandia National Laboratories, SAND , Albuquerque, NM, White Paper on reactor vessel integrity requirements for Level A and B Conditions. Electric Power Research Institute, TR , Palo Alto, CA, January Kennedy EL, Foulds JR, Rosinski SL. Nuclear reactor pressure vessel flaw distribution development. Phase II Methodology and Application. Contractor Report, Sandia National Laboratories, SAND , Albuquerque, NM, Kennedy EL, Foulds JR. Nuclear reactor vessel flaw distribution development. Phase I NDE Capability and Sensitivity Analyses. Contractor Report. Sandia National Laboratories, SAND , Albuquerque, NM, May Wessel ET, Server WL, Kennedy EL. Primer: Fracture Mechanics in the nuclear industry. Electric Power Research Institute, EPRI NP R, Palo Alto, CA, Hopkins SW, Kennedy EL. Feedwater pump shaft failure investigation. Failure Analysis Associates Report, January Harris DO, Sire RA, Rau SA, Dedhia DD, Nelson EE, Kennedy EL. PERL, A computer code for probabilistic evaluation of rotor lifetime. Failure Analysis Associates Report to Consolidated Edison, November Page 5

6 Professional Affiliations American Society of Safety Engineers American Society of Mechanical Engineers American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM Committee E34 Occupational Health and Safety i. E34.30 Occupational Health and Safety in Construction ii. E34.91 Long Range Planning iii. E34.92 Technical Committee Operation b. F 13 Pedestrian/Walkway Safety and Footwear c. F13.50 Walkway Surfaces Peer reviewer for ASME 2014 International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exhibition Conference Page 6

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