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New Lifts to Accommodate all Size Vehicles

FSTC, The State-of-the-Art Forensic Storage and Technology Center, has recently updated the facility with new lifts to accommodate all size vehicles, as well as an updated bar coding system for storage documentation.  For more information, please contact John McShane at 215-322-1375

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DJS Associates is now on LinkedIn

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Motorcycle Safety Foundation BRC2 Instructor’s Course

Curtis M. Beloy, PE, Collision Reconstruction Engineer/Motorcycle Safety Specialist, has successfully passed the Motorcycle Safety Foundation BRC2 Instructor’s Course, Philadelphia, PA July 2012. For additional information contact Curt Beloy at 215-659-2010.

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National Association of Forensic Engineers (NAFE) Board-Certified Engineer

Curtis M. Beloy, PE, Collision Reconstruction Engineer / Motorcycle Safety Specialist, has been admitted to the National Association of Forensic Engineers (NAFE) as a Board-Certified Engineer. Curt has also become a member of the Pennsylvania Society of Professional Engineers. Please contact Curt Beloy at for additional information or to review your case needs.

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Extra Vigilance Necessary with 3-Meter Diving Boards

Dr. Tom Griffiths, Aquatics Expert with DJS Associates, is interviewed regarding catastrophic falls from diving board ladders:

Diving rarely enters the national spotlight, but with a focus on U.S. divers at the 2012 Summer Olympics beginning later this month in London, children may approach 3-meter springboards at local aquatic facilities with added curiosity. Consequently, pool operators must be extra vigilant. Relics from the ’60s and ’70s, the boards — typically accessed by 10-foot ladders and not always off-limits to recreational swimmers — need to be restricted for swimming and diving team use only, according to one aquatics safety expert who has studied springboard diving safety.

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NHTSA Recall Notification Regarding 2006-2007 General Motors Vehicles

Earlier this month, General Motors (GM) announced plans to recall nearly 250,000 vehicles, equipped with power windows, due to a potential electrical malfunction in the master control switch located in the driver’s door.  GM reportedly traced this condition to water intrusion into the driver’s door cavity resulting in corrosion and abnormally high electrical resistance in the power window circuit.  Excess electrical resistance creates abnormally high temperatures, which can lead to melting and burning of the affected components.

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