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1996 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Achieving a Total Safety Paradigm Through Authentic Caring and Quality. E.H. Blair. May: 24-27.
  • Atmospheric Testing and Other Preparations Before Entering a Confined Space. M. Roychowdhury. Aug.: 25-27.

B

  • Behind the Mirror of Safety. D.M. Bradford and R.F. Ryan. Dec.: 34-36.
  • Breaking the Chain of Accident Repetition. R. Pater. Feb.: 20-23.
  • Building an Environment That Promotes Safe Behavior. E.D. Gregory. Oct.: 20-27.
  • Building Wiring: Are Visual Inspections Enough? K.A. Riches. Sept.: 26-27.

C

  • Compliance Inspections: Unhealthy For Your Career? J. Loud. Aug.: 35-36.
  • Cost-Effective Implementation of Process Safety Management. R. Goyal. May: 33-37.

E

  • Effective Training: The Missing Links. W.M. Montante. Jan.: 32-34.
  • Employee Right-To-Know Warning Labels: An Achilles' Heel in Hazard Communication Programs. T.F. Bubin. Jan.: 30-31.
  • Ergonomics Program Management in the Workplace: A Survey of Practitioners. J.P. Kohn. July: 26-28.

G

  • Goal: Remarkable Zero-Injury Safety Performance. E.J. Nelson. Jan.: 22-25.

H

  • Hazard Assessment for Personal Protective Equipment: An Investigative Process. R.W. Foster. Apr.: 30-32.
  • Hazardous Waste Abatement: A Simulation in Three Controlled Thermal Environments. J-L. Belard, D. Beeckman, M. Hause, J. Wassel and R. Stanevich. June: 33-36.

I

  • Improving Safety and Health Practice at a Scientific Laboratory. E. Teleki and A. Foldes. May: 38-41.
  • Influence of Ventilation on Irradiation from a Welding Operation. S.W. Horstman and T.P. O'Keeffe. Apr.: 45-46.
  • Inhaling Helium: Party Fun or Deadly Menace? H.G. Wickes Jr. Dec.: 37-38.
  • Integrating ISO 14000 Into Your Quality System. W.C. Culley. Aug.: 20-24.
  • International Standardization of Safety Management Systems: Is There a Need? M.D. Hansen. Oct.: 56-58.
  • Is Corporate Re-Engineering Hurting Your Employees? J.W. Witherill and J. Kolak. May: 28-32.

L

  • Lessons Learned: Management of Change. J.A. Jakubowski. Nov.: 29-31.
  • Line Management Self-Assessment of Safety Performance. C.K. Stalnaker. Aug.: 32-34.
  • Lumbarsacral Support Belts: Their Role in Back Injury Prevention. T.F. Fisher and D.B. Reed. Sept.: 28-30.

M

  • Moving Past the Blame Basis: Safety as a Business Asset. A.T. Goldberg. Jan.: 35-36.

O

  • Occupational Low-Back Pain: The Role of Research and the Safety Professional. C.A. Janicak. Nov.: 40-42.
  • OSH Act of 1970, The: 25 Years Later. D. Petersen. Dec.: 27-28.

P

  • Performance vs. Compliance. K.L. Miller. Aug.: 28-31.
  • Postural Load of Nurses During Bathing and Showering of Patients. N.E. Knibbe and H.J.J. Knibbe. Nov.: 37-39.
  • Practitioner's Influence on Safety Culture. R. Eckhardt. July: 23-25.
  • Product Liability: An Overview of Critical Loss Control Factors. K.E. Ryan. Apr.: 33-34.
  • Prudent Owners Take Proactive Approach. O.D. Nwaelele. Apr.: 27-29.

Q

  • Qualified Person, Unqualified Person? W.S. Watkins and T.M. Kovacic. July: 29-30.
  • Quantitative Risk Assessments: Prescription for Managing Risk. R. Kohr. Feb.: 33-36.

R

  • Reinventing OSHA: Is It Possible? J.E. Roughton and L.J. Grabiak. Dec.: 29-33.
  • Replacements for Halogenated Fire Extinguishing Agents in Fixed Systems: Where We Stand. P.E. McCon. Apr.: 22-26.
  • Rethinking Safety Rules and Enforcement. F.D. Pierce. Oct.: 44-47.
  • Risk Data: What It Often Doesn't Tell Us. J. Brown. Jan.: 26-29.
  • Root Cause: Holy Grail or Fatal Trap? J.R. Thomen. Sept.: 31-32.

S

  • Safety and Productivity Improvements with Voice Terminals. A.W. Davis. Mar.: 37-39.
  • Safety Management Information System for Decision Making. A.J. Sorine and R.T. Walls. Nov.: 26-28.
  • Safety, Health and Environmental Protection in Vietnam. J.W. Vincoli. Mar.: 22-27.
  • Safety Professionals and the Internet. F.M. Spina. Sept.: 18-22.
  • Servant-Leadership in Safety: Advancing the Cause & Practice. D.J. Sarkus. June: 26-32.
  • Snapshots of Safety's History: What Will They Think of Next? D.S. Ferguson. Dec.: 22-26.
  • Steps to Success: Safety Systems That Are Built to Last. D. Petersen. June: 44-46.

T

  • Total Quality Approach to Safety Management. M.B. Weinstein. July: 18-22.
  • Transitioning Away from Safety Incentive Programs. T.R. Krause and R.J. McCorquodale. Mar.: 32-36.
  • Trust Factor in Safety Performance, The. R-A. Simon. Oct.: 28-33.
  • Truth About Safety Incentives, The. E.S. Geller. Oct.: 34-39.

U

  • Use of Vulnerability Assessments in Hazard Analysis. N.E. Socha. Sept.: 23-25.
  • Using Operations Drills to Improve Workplace Safety. C.K. Stalnaker. Feb.: 29-32.
  • Using Fault and Event Trees as Oracles for Testing Safety-Critical Software Systems. L.D. Gowen. Apr.: 41-44.

V

  • Validity of the Basic Principle of Safety Management. D.O. Ritzel and R.G. Allen. Feb.: 24-28.
  • Violence in the Workplace: Containing the Problem. S.T. Filippi. June: 37-39.
  • Vision: The Forgotten Ergonomic Issue. G.D. Shurts and P.F. Bommarito. Mar.: 40-41.

W

  • Waste Remediation: Issues and Technologies for the Future. D.C. Hill. Mar.: 28-31.
  • What Safety Managers Need to Know About Paradigm Shift. G.L. Winn and L.L. Probert. Oct.: 40-43.
  • Will Safety Be Ready for Workplace 2000? T.A. Smith. Feb.: 37-38.
  • Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces. T.A. Pettit, R.W. Braddee, A.J. Suruda, D.N. Castillo and J.C. Helmkamp. Nov.: 22-25.
  • Worker Psychology and Safety Attitudes. F.R. Kelley. July: 14-17.
  • World Wide Web, The: A Communication Tool. J.E. Roughton. June: 40-43.

Author Index

A

  • Allen, Rodney G. Feb: 24-28

B

  • Beeckman, David C. June: 33-36
  • Belard, Jean-Louis June: 33-36
  • Blair, Earl H. May: 24-27
  • Bommarito, Paul F. Mar: 40-41
  • Braddee, Richard W. Nov: 22-25
  • Bradford, David M. Dec: 34-36
  • Brown, James Jan: 26-29
  • Bubin, Thomas F. Jan: 30-31

C

  • Castillo, Dawn N. Nov: 22-25
  • Culley, William C. Aug: 20-24

D

  • Davis, Andrew W. Mar: 37-39

E

  • Eckhardt, Robert July: 23-25

F

  • Ferguson, David S. Dec: 22-26
  • Filippi, S. Thomas June: 37-39
  • Fisher, Thomas F. Sept: 28-30
  • Foldes, Andrew May: 38-41
  • Foster, Roger W. Apr: 30-32

G

  • Geller, E. Scott Oct: 34-39
  • Goldberg, Allan T. Jan: 35-36
  • Gowen, Lon D. Apr: 41-44
  • Goyal, Ram K. May: 33-37
  • Grabiak, Lawrence J. Dec: 29-33
  • Gregory, Earl D. Oct: 20-27

H

  • Hansen, Mark D. Oct: 56-58
  • Hause, Mathew G. June: 33-36
  • Helmkamp, James C. Nov: 22-25
  • Hill, Darryl C. Mar: 28-31
  • Horstman, S. W. Apr: 45-46

J

  • Jakubowski, Jake A. Nov: 29-31
  • Janicak, Christopher A. Nov: 40-42

K

  • Kelley, F. Richard July: 14-17
  • Knibbe, Hanneke J.J. Nov: 37-39
  • Knibbe, Nico E. Nov: 37-39
  • Kohn, James P. July: 26-28
  • Kohr, Robert L. Feb: 33-36
  • Kolak, John May: 28-32
  • Kovacic, Thomas M. July: 29-30
  • Krause, Thomas R. Mar: 32-36

L

  • Loud, James Aug: 35-36

M

  • McCon, Patric E. Apr: 22-26
  • McCorquodale, Robert J. Mar: 32-36
  • Miller, Kenneth L. Aug: 28-31
  • Montante, William M. Jan: 32-34

N

  • Nelson, Emmitt J. Jan: 22-25
  • Nwaelele, O. Dan Apr: 27-29

O

  • O'Keeffe, Thomas P. Apr: 45-46

P

  • Pater, Robert F. Feb: 20-23
  • Petersen, Dan June: 44-46
  • Petersen, Dan Dec: 27-28
  • Pettit, Ted A. Nov: 22-25
  • Pierce, F. David Oct: 44-47
  • Probert, Lorraine L. Oct: 40-43

R

  • Reed, Deborah B. Sept: 28-30
  • Riches, Kenyon A. Sept: 26-27
  • Ritzel, Dale O. Feb: 24-28
  • Roughton, James E. June: 40-43
  • Roughton, James E. Dec: 29-33
  • Roychowdhury, Mahendra Aug: 25-27
  • Ryan, Robert F. Dec: 34-36
  • Ryan, Kenneth E. Apr: 33-34

S

  • Sarkus, David J. June: 26-32
  • Shurts, Gerald D. Mar: 40-41
  • Simon, Rosa-Antonia Oct: 28-33
  • Smith, Thomas A. Feb: 37-38
  • Socha, Neal E. Sept: 23-25
  • Sorine, Andrew J. Nov: 26-28
  • Spina, Frederick M. Sept: 18-22
  • Stalnaker, C. Keith. Feb: 29-32
  • Stalnaker, C. Keith Aug: 32-34
  • Stanevich, Ronald L. June: 33-36
  • Suruda, Anthony J. Nov: 22-25

T

  • Teleki, Emil May: 38-41
  • Thomen, James R. Sept: 31-32

V

  • Vincoli, Jeffrey W. Mar: 22-27

W

  • Walls, Richard T. Nov: 26-28
  • Wassel, James T. June: 33-36
  • Watkins, William S. July: 29-30
  • Weinstein, Michael B. July: 18-22
  • Wickes, Henry G. Jr. Dec: 37-38
  • Winn, Gary L. Oct: 40-43
  • Witherill, Jerome W. May: 28-32

Subject Index

Fire Protection

Replacements for Halogenated Fire Extinguishing Agents in Fixed Systems: Where We Stand. P.E. McCon. Apr.: 22-26.

Government Agencies

The OSH Act of 1970: 25 Years Later. D. Petersen. Dec.: 27-28.

Reinventing OSHA: Is It Possible? J.E. Roughton and L.J. Grabiak. Dec.: 29-33.

Accident Investigation Analysis

Root Cause: Holy Grail or Fatal Trap? J.R. Thomen. Sept.: 31-32.

Behavior-Based Safety Management

Building an Environment That Promotes Safe Behavior. E.D. Gregory. Oct.: 20-27.

Transitioning Away from Safety Incentive Programs. T.R. Krause and R.J. McCorquodale. Mar.: 32-36.

Worker Psychology and Safety Attitudes. F.R. Kelley. July: 14-17.

The Truth About Safety Incentives. E.S. Geller. Oct.: 34-39.

The Trust Factor in Safety Performance. R-A. Simon. Oct.: 28-33.

Behind the Mirror of Safety. D.M. Bradford and R.F. Ryan. Dec.: 34-36.

Breaking the Chain of Accident Repetition. R. Pater. Feb.: 20-23.

Communications/Presentations

Safety Management Information System for Decision Making. A.J. Sorine and R.T. Walls. Nov.: 26-28.

Environmental Issues

Waste Remediation: Issues and Technologies for the Future. D.C. Hill. Mar.: 28-31.

Hazard Communication

Employee Right-To-Know Warning Labels: An Achilles' Heel in Hazard Communication Programs. T.F. Bubin. Jan.: 30-31.

Inspections/Audits

Compliance Inspections: Unhealthy For Your Career? J. Loud. Aug.: 35-36.

International Issues

Safety, Health and Environmental Protection in Vietnam. J.W. Vincoli. Mar.: 22-27.

International Standardization of Safety Management Systems: Is There a Need? M.D. Hansen. Oct.: 56-58.

Program Management

Ergonomics Program Management in the Workplace: A Survey of Practitioners. J.P. Kohn. July: 26-28.

Regulatory Compliance

Cost-Effective Implementation of Process Safety Management. R.K. Goyal. May: 33-37.

Lessons Learned: Management of Change. J.A. Jakubowski. Nov.: 29-31.

Risk Management/Loss Control

Risk Data: What It Often Doesn't Tell Us. J. Brown. Jan.: 26-29.

Quantitative Risk Assessments: Prescription for Managing Risk. R.L. Kohr. Feb.: 33-36.

Use of Vulnerability Assessments in Hazard Analysis. N.E. Socha. Sept.: 23-25.

Safety and Health Management

Validity of the Basic Principle of Safety Management. D.O. Ritzel and R.G. Allen. Feb.: 24-28.

Line Management Self-Assessment of Safety Performance. C.K. Stalnaker. Aug.: 32-34.

Safety Training and Education

Effective Training: The Missing Links. W.M. Montante. Jan.: 32-34.

Performance vs. Compliance. K.L. Miller. Aug.: 28-31.

Using Operations Drills to Improve Workplace Safety. C.K. Stalnaker. Feb.: 29-32.

Rethinking Safety Rules and Enforcement. F.D. Pierce. Oct.: 44-47.

System Safety

Using Fault & Event Trees as Oracles for Testing Safety-Critical Software Systems. L.D. Gowen. Apr.: 41-44.

Total Quality Management

Total Quality Approach to Safety Management. M.B. Weinstein. July: 18-22.

Integrating ISO 14000 Into Your Quality System. W.C. Culley. Aug.: 20-24.

Trends/Future Issues

Achieving a Total Safety Paradigm Through Authentic Caring and Quality. E. H. Blair. May: 24-27.

Servant-Leadership in Safety: Advancing the Cause & Practice. D.J. Sarkus. June: 26-32.

Is Corporate Re-Engineering Hurting Your Employees? J.W. Witherill and J. Kolak. May: 28-32.

Practitioner's Influence on Safety Culture. R. Eckhardt. July: 23-25.

What Safety Managers Need to Know About Paradigm Shift. G.L. Winn and L.L. Probert. Oct.: 40-43.

Reinventing OSHA: Is It Possible? J.E. Roughton and L.J. Grabiak. Dec.: 29-33.

Will Safety Be Ready for Workplace 2000? T.A. Smith. Feb.: 37-38.

Steps to Success: Safety Systems That Are Built to Last. D. Petersen. June: 44-46.

Confined Spaces

Atmospheric Testing and Other Preparations Before Entering a Confined Space. M. Roychowdhury. Aug.: 25-27.

Worker Deaths in Confined Spaces. T.A. Pettit, R.W. Braddee, A.J. Suruda, D.N. Castillo and J.C. Helmkamp. Nov.: 22-25.

Construction Safety

Goal: Remarkable Zero-Injury Safety Performance. E.J. Nelson. Jan.: 22-25.

Prudent Owners Take Proactive Approach. O.D. Nwaelele. Apr.: 27-29.

Electrical Safety

Building Wiring: Are Visual Inspections Enough? K.A. Riches. Sept.: 26-27.

Qualified Person, Unqualified Person? W.S. Watkins and T.M. Kovacic. July: 29-30.

Healthcare

Improving Safety and Health Practice at a Scientific Laboratory. E. Teleki and A. Foldes. May: 38-41.

Postural Load of Nurses During Bathing and Showering of Patients. N.E. Knibbe and H.J.J. Knibbe. Nov.: 37-39.

Protective Equipment

Hazard Assessment for Personal Protective Equipment: An Investigative Process. R.W. Foster. Apr.: 30-32.

Hazardous Waste Abatement: A Simulation in Three Controlled Thermal Environments. J-L. Belard, D.C. Beeckman, M.G. Hause, J.T. Wassel and R.L. Stanevich. June: 33-36.

Specific Industries

Influence of Ventilation on Irradiation from a Welding Operation. S.W. Horstman and T.P. O'Keeffe. Apr.: 45-46.

Safety and Productivity Improvements with Voice Terminals. A. Davis. Mar.: 37-39.

Product Design & Safety

Product Liability: An Overview of Critical Loss Control Factors. K.E. Ryan. Apr.: 33-34.

Inhaling Helium: Party Fun or Deadly Menace? H.G. Wickes Jr. Dec.: 37-38.

Professional Issues

Moving Past the Blame Basis: Safety as a Business Asset. A.T. Goldberg. Jan.: 35-36.
Snapshots of Safety's History: What Will They Think of Next? D.S. Ferguson. Dec.: 22-26.

Safety and Technology

Using Fault Trees and Event Trees as Oracles for Testing Safety-Critical Software Systems. L.D. Gowen. Apr.: 41-44.

The World Wide Web: A Communication Tool. J.E. Roughton. June: 40-43.

Safety Professionals and the Internet. F.M. Spina. Sept.: 18-22.

Technical Forum

Using Fault Trees and Event Trees as Oracles for Testing Safety-Critical Software Systems. L.D. Gowen. Apr.: 41-44.

Influence of Ventilation on Irradiation from a Welding Operation. S.W. Horstman and T.P. O'Keeffe. Apr.: 45-46.

Postural Load of Nurses During Bathing and Showering of Patients. N.E. Knibbe and H.J.J. Knibbe. Nov.: 37-39.

Occupational Low-Back Pain: The Role of Research and the Safety Professional. C.A. Janicak. Nov.: 40-42.

Back Safety

Lumbarsacral Support Belts: Their Role in Back Injury Prevention. T.F. Fisher and D.B. Reed. Sept.: 28-30.

Ergonomics

Vision: The Forgotten Ergonomic Issue. G.D. Shurts and P.F. Bommarito. Mar.: 40-41.

Ergonomics Program Management in the Workplace: A Survey of Practitioners. J.P. Kohn. July: 26-28.

Violence

Violence in the Workplace: Containing the Problem. S.T. Filippi. June: 37-39.

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