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Phil Stunell

Phil Stunell is an experienced engineering manager – who has detected and investigated all sorts of ‘things that can go wrong’ in product design and manufacturing processes - learning from experience how people and organisations can confidently fail. Phil is passionate about improving the way organisations recognise and control risk – training engineers and management teams to understand Product Liability and improve their management systems.

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