Safety Engineer

Terry Fairbanks started working as a volunteer paramedic right after high school, and kept it up through graduate school. He was studying human factors engineering-the science of designing products, processes and systems tailored to human capabilities and limitations-and specializing in engineering for safety. Curious about what happened to his patients after he dropped them off, he took a job in an emergency room.

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