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August 2014

1995 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Applying HAZOP to Control Systems. R.L. Collins. Aug.: 23-26.

B

  • Baccalaureate Safety Curricula: A Survey of Practitioners. L. H. Ferguson. Nov.: 44-48.
  • Basic OSHA-Proofing: Implementing OSHA Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines. L. Dawson. Oct.: 30-35.
  • Breakthroughs in Safety Via Employee Empowerment. C.J. McClay. Dec.: 44-47.
  • Build Safety Into Your ISO 9000 Program. B. Kozak and R. Clements. Sept.: 31-32.

C

  • Can Training Alone Ensure a Safe Workplace? P. S. Ray and P. A. Bishop. April: 56-59.
  • Can We Catch Hazards Before We Create Them? National Safety Council. Dec.: 22-23.
  • Catching COLD: It's Not Just a Workplace Illness Anymore. M. D. Hansen. Sept.: 33-35.
  • Causal Analysis: A Means for Improving Safety. L. D. Gowen. Nov.: 20-23.
  • Caution: Beware of OSHA Statistics. D. F. Zahlis. Dec.: 41-43.
  • Change in Attitude Fosters Responsibility for Safety. M. D. Topf and R. A. Petrino. Dec.: 24-27.
  • Chlorine Safety in Water and Wastewater Treatment. L. B. Poe. Jan.: 28-30.
  • Complying with OSHA-Are You Ready? D. F. Coble. May: 44-47.
  • Comprehensive Baseline Hazard Assessments: A Team Approach. W. B. Warren and T. M. Amundson. July: 26-29.
  • Contractor Safety. J. E. Roughton. Jan.: 31-34.
  • Cumulative Trauma of the Upper Extremity: Failure of the Safety Profession. T. B. Leamon. May: 30-33.

D

  • Design-Phase Considerations for Safety-Critical Software Systems. L. D. Gowen and J.S. Collofello. April: 20-25.

E

  • Effect of Walking Cadence on Static Coefficient of Friction Required by the Elderly. D. C. Meserlian. Nov.: 24-29.
  • Effective Industrial Housekeeping: The Supervisor's Role. M. O. Jannadi and H. A. Al-Isa. Feb.: 30-33.
  • Effectiveness of Back Belts on Occupational Back Injuries and Worker Perception, The. A. Alexander, S. M. Woolley, M. Bisesi and E. Schaub. Sept.: 22-26.
  • Engineering Ethics Is Smart Business. A. Alhemoud. Oct.: 42-43.
  • Environmental Awareness Training. A. Bimonte. Oct.: 22-23.
  • Ergonomics: The Essential Element for Effective Back Injury Prevention for Healthcare Workers. G. Fragala. March: 23-25.
  • ESH Software to Spare. M. D. Hansen. Aug.: 30-33.
  • Ethics and Professional Conduct: The Corporate Responsibility of ASSE. P. E. Ulmer. May: 50-51.
  • Exercise and Cumulative Trauma Disorders: The Jury is Still Out. R. W. McGorry and T. K. Courtney. June: 22-25.

F

  • Fall Protection: Constructive Change. C. E. Paulson. Dec.: 37-40.
  • Free Ride Can Be Costly: Reducing the Risk of Unintended Riders on Delivery Vehicles, A. G. Brogmus and R. S. Gosnell. Aug.: 18-22.
  • From Research to Reality. N. Lorenzi. Aug.: 16-17.

H

  • How Much Is Safety Really Worth? B. J. Lehman and H. Gage. May: 37-40.
  • Human Factors: Why Aren't They Considered? R. Mallett. July: 30-32.

I

  • Integrating Pollution Prevention Into Product Design. P. A. Lurker. Feb.: 24-26.
  • Introducing Quality Principles Into Safety Regulations. R. Eckhardt. May: 34-36.
  • ISO 9000: A Global Standard for Quality. A. V. Riswadkar. April: 30-32.

K

  • Knowledge and Timing: Keys to Managing WC Costs. R. R. Dracca and J. M. Levin. Dec.: 33-36.

L

  • Lockout/Tagout Standard Revisited. J. E. Roughton. April: 33-37.

M

  • Managing for Continuous Improvement of Safety Performance: Focus on the Customer. T. A. Smith. Feb.: 18-23.
  • Maximizing for Victim Evacuation and Recovery in Mass-Casualty Incidents. C. A. Bacon. Nov.: 30-32.
  • Model Emergency Response Plan, A. B. A. Brown. Jan.: 24-27.

O

  • Organizational Behavior and Safety Management. R. N. Creek. Oct.: 36-38.
  • OSHA's VPP Program: Are You Ready? G. Swartz. Jan.: 21-23.

P

  • PPE: Complying with the Standard. J. E. Roughton. Sept.: 27-30.
  • Philosopher's Stone: It May Take Another Monongah. G. L. Winn and L. L. Probert. March: 18-22.
  • Placebos, Back Belts and the Hawthorne Effect. C. R. Metzgar. April: 26-29.
  • Practitioner's Guide to Evaluating Manual Materials Handling Hazards, A. D. B. Mahone. Nov.: 39-43.
  • Preferences in Interpreting the Risk Assessment Matrix: Results of Two Surveys. P. L. Clemens. June: 37-39.
  • Preventing the IFSs. J. J. Pina. Sept.: 36-37.
  • Protecting Concrete Pump Operators from Electrocution. J.-J. Paques. May: 41-43.
  • Psychosocial Work Environment: Implications for Workplace Safety and Health. P. M. King. March: 36-39.

Q

  • Quality and Safety: A Reality Check. F. A. Manuele. June: 26-29.

R

  • Re-Braining Corporate Safety and Health: It's Time to Think Again. L. L. Hansen. Oct.: 24-29.
  • Reconsidering Costs & Benefits of a Formal Safety Program. T. R. Crites. Dec.: 28-32.
  • Redesigning the Safety, Health and Environmental Function for the Year 2000. R. A. Simon and S. I. Simon. March: 26-31.
  • Role of Safety in the 1990s, The. D. Petersen. June: 30-33.

S

  • Safety and Total Quality Management. S. L. Curtis. Jan.: 18-20.
  • Safety Coaching: Key to Achieving a Total Safety Culture. E. S. Geller. July: 16-22.
  • Safety Management in Modern Shopping Centers. J. V. Fernando. Jan.: 35-38.
  • Safety Management: The Winds of Change. J. E. Castillo. Feb.: 34-36.
  • Strategies to Ameliorate Manual Lifting Injuries. E. Teleki. Aug.: 27-29.

T

  • Team Safety in Construction: Tapping into Underground Knowledge. M. E. Findley and T. Timmons. July: 23-25.
  • Teamwork and Renewed Commitment to Safety Facilitate Construction at Denver International Airport. B. Giles. March: 32-35.
  • Tell Me Again: Just What Do You Do in Safety? T. E. Meehan. Aug.: 34-36.
  • Ten Myths Concerning Slip-Resistance Measurement. W. English. April: 38-41.
  • Tuberculosis: An Occupational Illness Revisited. R. T. Dobos. Oct.: 39-41.

V

  • Violence in the Workplace: Stemming the Tide. J. W. Kennish. June: 34-36.
  • Visible Skids as a Percentage of Total Braking Distance. F. F. Franklin. April: 53-55.

W

  • What is a "Reasonably Safe" Product? A Survey of Recalls and Retrofits. M. G. Moore. Feb.: 27-29.

Author Index

A

  • Al-Isa, Hamad A. Feb.: 30-33
  • Alexander, Adrienne Sept.: 22-26
  • Alhemoud, Ali Oct.: 42-43
  • Amundson, Travis M. July: 26-29

B

  • Bacon, Carol A. Nov.: 30-32
  • Bimonte, Anthony Oct.: 22-23
  • Bisesi, Michael Sept.: 22-26
  • Bishop, Phillip A. April: 56-59
  • Brogmus, George Aug.: 18-22
  • Brown, Bruce A. Jan.: 24-27

C

  • Castillo, Jeffrey E. Feb.: 34-36
  • Clemens, P. L. June: 37-39
  • Clements, Richard Sept.: 31-32
  • Coble, David F. May: 44-47
  • Collins, Robert L. Aug.: 23-26
  • Collofello, James S. April: 20-25
  • Courtney, Theodore K. June: 22-25
  • Creek, Randy N. Oct.: 36-38
  • Crites, Thomas R. Dec.: 28-32
  • Curtis, Steven L. Jan.: 18-20

D

  • Dawson, L.H. "Chip" Oct.: 30-35
  • Dobos, Ronald T. Oct.: 39-41
  • Dracca, Raymond R. Dec.: 33-36

E

  • Eckhardt, Robert May: 34-36
  • English, William April: 38-41

F

  • Ferguson, Lon H. Nov.: 44-48
  • Fernando, James V. Jan.: 35-38
  • Findley, Michael E. July: 23-25
  • Fragala, Guy March: 23-25
  • Franklin, Frederick F. April: 53-55

G

  • Gage, Howard May: 37-40
  • Geller, E. Scott July: 16-22
  • Giles, Bradley D. March: 32-35
  • Gosnell, Robert S. Aug.: 18-22
  • Gowen, Lon D. April: 20-25
  • Gowen, Lon D. Nov.: 20-23

H

  • Hansen, Larry L. Oct.: 24-29
  • Hansen, Mark D. Aug.: 30-33
  • Hansen, Mark D. Sept.: 33-35

J

  • Jannadi, M.Osama Feb.: 30-33

K

  • Kennish, John W. June: 34-36
  • King, Phyllis M. March: 36-39
  • Kozak, Bob Sept.: 31-32

L

  • Leamon, Tom B. May: 30-33
  • Lehman, B. J. May: 37-40
  • Levin, Joel M. Dec.: 33-36
  • Lorenzi, Neal Aug.: 16-17
  • Lurker, Peter A. Feb.: 24-26

M

  • Mahone, David B. Nov.: 39-43
  • Mallett, Roger July: 30-32
  • Manuele, Fred A. June: 26-29
  • McClay, Corry Jo Dec.: 44-47
  • McGorry, Raymond W. June: 22-25
  • Meehan, Terence E. Aug.: 34-36
  • Meserlian, Donald C. Nov. : 24-29
  • Metzgar, Carl R. April: 26-29
  • Moore, Michael Garth Feb.: 27-29

N

  • National Safety Council Dec.: 22-23

P

  • Paques, Joseph-Jean May: 41-43
  • Paulson, Charles E. Dec. : 37-40
  • Petersen, Dan June: 30-33
  • Petrino, Richard A. Dec.: 24-27
  • Pina, Jon J. Sept.: 36-37
  • Poe, Lissa B. Jan.: 28-30
  • Probert, Lorraine L. March: 18-22

R

  • Ray, Paul S. April: 56-59
  • Riswadkar, A.V. April: 30-32
  • Roughton, James E. Jan.: 31-34
  • Roughton, James E. April: 33-37
  • Roughton, James E. Sept.: 27-30

S

  • Schaub, Eric Sept.: 22-26
  • Simon, Rosa A. March: 26-31
  • Simon, Steven I. March: 26-31
  • Smith, Thomas A. Feb.: 18-23
  • Swartz, George Jan.: 21-23

T

  • Teleki, Emil Aug.: 27-29
  • Timmons, T. "Neal" July: 23-25
  • Topf, Michael D. Dec.: 24-27

U

  • Ulmer, Philip E. May: 50-51

W

  • Warren, Steven B. July: 26-29
  • Winn, Gary L. March: 18-22
  • Woolley, Sandra M. Sept.: 22-26

Z

  • Zahlis, Daniel F. Dec.: 41-43

Subject Index

Government Agencies

PPE: Complying With the Standard. J. E. Roughton. Sept.: 27-30.

Behavior-Based Safety Management

Change in Attitude Fosters Responsibility for Safety. M. Topf and R. Petrino. Dec.: 24-27.

Organizational Behavior and Safety Management. R. N. Creek. Oct.: 36-38.

Safety Coaching: Key to Achieving a Total Safety Culture. E. S. Geller. July: 16-22.

Emergency Planning/Preparedness

Maximizing for Recovery in Mass-Casualty Incidents. C. A. Bacon. Nov.: 30-32.

Model Emergency Response Plan, A. B. A. Brown. Jan.: 24-27.

Human Factors

Human Factors: Why Aren't They Considered? R. Mallett. July: 30-32.

The Psychosocial Work Environment: Implications for Workplace Safety and Health. P. M. King. March: 36-39.

Program Management

Complying with OSHA-Are You Ready? D. F. Coble. May: 44-47.

Contractor Safety. J. E. Roughton. Jan.: 31-34.

Integrating Pollution Prevention Into Product Design. P. A. Lurker. Feb.: 24-26.

Managing for Continuous Improvement of Safety Performance: Focus on the Customer. T. A. Smith. Feb.: 18-23.

Safety Management in Modern Shopping Centers. J. V. Fernando. Jan.: 35-38.

Teamwork & Renewed Commitment to Safety Facilitate Construction at Denver International Airport. B. D. Giles. March: 32-34.

Regulatory Compliance

Complying with OSHA-Are You Ready? D. F. Coble. May: 44-47.

Risk Management/Loss Control

Free Ride Can Be Costly: Reducing the Risk of Unintended Riders on Delivery Vehicles, A. G. Brogmus and R. S. Gosnell. Aug.: 18-22.

Violence in the Workplace: Stemming the Tide. J. W. Kennish. June: 34-36.

Safety Training and Education

Preventing the IFSs. J. J. Pina. Sept.: 36-37.

Environmental Awareness Training. A. Bimonte. Oct.: 22-23.

Safety Software

Catching COLD: It's Not Just a Workplace Illness Anymore. M. D. Hansen. Sept.: 33-35.

ESH Software to Spare. M. D. Hansen. Aug.: 30-33.

Software Safety

Causal Analysis: A Means for Improving Safety. L. D. Gowen. Nov.: 20-23.

System Safety

Applying HAZOP to Control Systems. R. L. Collins. Aug.: 23-26.

Design-Phase Considerations for Safety-Critical Software Systems. L. D. Gowen and J. S. Collofello. April: 20-25.

Preferences in Interpreting the Risk Assessment Matrix. P. L. Clemens. June: 37-39.

Total Quality Management

Build Safety Into Your ISO 9000 Program. B. Kozak and R. Clements. Sept.: 31-32.

Introducing Quality Principles Into Safety Regulations. R. Eckhardt. May: 34-36.

ISO 9000: A Global Standard for Quality. A. V. Riswadkar. April: 30-32.

Safety and Total Quality Management. S. L. Curtis. Jan.: 18-20.

Trends/Future Issues

Cumulative Trauma of the Upper Extremity: Failure of the Safety Profession. T. B. Leamon. May: 30-33.

From Research to Reality: A Peek Behind the Scenes. N. Lorenzi. Aug.: 16-17

Philosopher's Stone: It May Take Another Monongah. G. L. Winn and L. L. Probert. March: 18-22.

Redesigning the Safety, Health and Environmental Function for the Year 2000. R. A. Simon and S. I. Simon. March: 26-31.

Safety Management: The Winds of Change. J. E. Castillo. Feb.: 34-36.

Workers' Compensation

Knowledge and Timing: Keys to Managing WC Costs. R. D. Dracca and J. M. Levin. Dec.: 33-36.

Electrical

Lockout/Tagout Standard Revisited. J. E. Roughton. April: 33-37.

Hazardous Materials

Chlorine Safety in Water and Wastewater Treatment. L. B. Poe. Jan.: 28-30.

Machinery

How Much is Safety Really Worth? B. J. Lehman and H. Gage. May: 37-40.

Protecting Concrete Pump Operators from Electrocution. J.-J. Pacques. May: 41-43.

Protective Equipment

Fall Protection: Constructive Change. C. E. Paulson. Dec.: 37-40.

PPE: Complying With the Standard. J. E. Roughton. Sept.: 27-30.

Product Design & Safety

Can We Catch Hazards Before We Create Them? National Safety Council. Dec.: 22-23.

What is a "Reasonably Safe" Product? A Survey of Recalls and Retrofits. M. G. Moore. Feb.: 27-29.

Professional Affairs

Engineering Ethics is Smart Business. E. Alhemoud. Oct.: 42-43.

Ethics and Professional Conduct: The Corporate Responsibility of ASSE. P. E. Ulmer. May: 50-51.

Quality and Safety: A Reality Check. F. A. Manuele. June: 26-29.

Redesigning the Safety, Health and Environmental Function for the Year 2000. R. A. Simon and S. I. Simon. March: 26-31.

Role of Safety in the 1990s: Our Choice. D. Petersen. June: 30-33.

Tell Me Again: Just What Do You Do in Safety? T. E. Meehan. Aug.: 34-36.

Employee Participation

Achieving Breakthroughs in Safety Via Employee Empowerment. Corry Jo McClay. Dec.: 44-47.

Comprehensive Baseline Hazard Assessments: A Team Approach. S. B. Warren and T. M. Amundson. July: 26-29.

Team Safety in Construction: Tapping into Underground Knowledge. M. E. Findley and T. Timmons. July: 23-25.

Development & Implementation Techniques

Basic OSHA-Proofing: Implementing the OSHA Safety and Health Program Management Guidelines. L. H. Dawson. Oct.: 30-35.

Contractor Safety. J. E. Roughton. Jan.: 31-34.

OSHA's VPP Program: Are You Ready? G. Swartz. Jan.: 21-23.

Program Evaluation

Caution: Beware of OSHA Statistics. D. F. Zahlis. Dec.: 41-43.

Re-Braining Corporate Safety and Health: It's Time to Think Again! L. Hansen. Oct.: 24-29.

Reconsidering Costs & Benefits of a Formal Safety Program. T. R. Crites. Dec.: 28-32.

Technical Forum

Baccalaureate Safety Curricula: A Survey of Practitioners. L. H. Ferguson. Nov.: 44-48.

Can Training Alone Ensure a Safe Workplace? P. S. Ray and P. A. Bishop. April: 56-59.

Practitioner's Guide to Evaluating Manual Materials Handling Hazards, A. D.B. Mahone. Nov.: 39-43.

Visible Skids as a Percentage of Total Braking Distance. F. F. Franklin. April: 53-55

Back Safety

Effectiveness of Back Belts on Occupational Back Injuries and Worker Perception, The. A. Alexander, S. M. Woolley, M. Bisesi and E. Schaub. Sept.: 22-26.

Ergonomics: The Essential Element for Effective Back Injury Prevention for Healthcare Workers. G. Fragala. March: 23-25.

Placebos, Back Belts and the Hawthorne Effect. C. R. Metzgar. April: 26-29.

Strategies to Ameliorate Manual Lifting Injuries. E. Teleki. Aug.: 27-29.

Cumulative Trauma

Exercise and Cumulative Trauma Disorders: The Jury is Still Out. R. W. McGorry and T. K. Courtney. June: 22-25.

Ergonomics

Ergonomics: The Essential Element for Effective Back Injury Prevention for Healthcare Workers. G. Fragala. March: 23-25.

Health Hazards

Effective Industrial Housekeeping: the Supervisor's Role. J. M. Osama and H. A. Al-Asi. Feb.: 30-33.
Tuberculosis: An Occupational Illness Revisited. R. T. Dobos. Oct.: 39-41.

Slips and Falls

Effect of Walking Cadence on Static Coefficient of Friction Required by the Elderly. D. C. Meserlian. Nov.: 24-29.

Ten Myths Concerning Slip-Resistance Measurement. W. English. April: 38-41.

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