How to Submit an Article
The Journal of Safety, Health and Environmental Research (JSHER) accepts theoretical and empirical papers committed to concepts, analytical models, strategy, technical tools and observational analyses that enhance the decision-making and operating action capabilities of SH&E practitioners and provides subject matter for academics.
Text Review Template
The main function of including a formal SH&E text book review in each issue of JSHER is to grow an archive of information about the many SH&E texts available to SH&E educators. This kind of resource could assist SH&E educators in developing courses or in deciding whether the field needs new or revised SH&E textbooks.
The Journal of Safety, Health and Environmental Research (JSHER) is an online publication of peer-reviewed theoretical and empirical manuscripts, reviews and editorials devoted to a wide variety of safety, health and environmental issues and practices.
JSHER's vision is to be the premier source of peer-reviewed information for both SH& E academics and practitioners concerned with safety, health and environmental science, management, economics, finance, engineering and legal/regulatory or compliance issues.
- Enhance the decision-making and professional development of both SH&E academics and safety students.
- Focus on innovative concepts and models, strategies, technical tools and theoretical and observational analyses.
- Condense state-of-the-art information essential to safety educators into two issues per year.
- Offer timely reviews of legal, regulatory or compliance changes, software applications, graduate student research and non-peer-reviewed but scholarly discussions of relevant SH&E topics and trends.
- Offer progressive ways of confronting and managing SH&E issues or concerns.
SH&E Teaching & Learning Resources
- Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology
- American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine
- American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists
- American Industrial Hygiene Association
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