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Sean Kane

Safety Research & Strategies, Inc.
Safety Researcher
Rehoboth, MA

Sean Kane is a safety researcher and advocate with more than two decades experience raising the profile of safety problems and advancing solutions. The Safety Record, a publication on motor vehicle and product safety. He serves on the advisory and editorial boards for SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A., a national non-profit organization, dedicated to child passenger safety. He is also the co-chairman of the Centers for Disease Control / Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health sponsored multi-disciplinary injury prevention network, Mass PINN, which gives public health and safety professionals around the Commonwealth the opportunity to share information and data, forge partnerships, and advocate for public


He began his work in 1991 with the Center for Auto Safety, an advocacy organization established by Ralph Nader in Washington D.C. Currently he is the president and founder of Safety Research & Strategies, a nationally known firm, specializing in product safety research and advocacy. He is also the founder and board member of The Safety Institute, a non-profit created to advance, develop and promote coordinated injury prevention and product safety.


Mr. Kane's efforts have prompted numerous federal safety probes. His independent investigations and analyses of vehicle defects have led to recalls of tens of millions of products, vehicles and components that have inflicted serious and deadly injuries to consumers, ranging from crib tents, office chairs, vehicle heater core ruptures, engine fires, failed electronics, tires and tire valves.


Mr. Kane is a frequent source and commentator to the broadcast and print media on product safety matters and the editor of The Safety Record, a publication on motor vehicle and product safety. He serves on the advisory and editorial boards for SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A., a national non-profit organization, dedicated to child passenger safety. He is also the co-chairman of the Centers for Disease Control / Massachusetts Dept. of Public Health sponsored multi-disciplinary injury prevention network, Mass PINN, which gives public health and safety professionals around the Commonwealth the opportunity to share information and data, forge partnerships, and advocate for public health and safety initiatives at the state and federal level.