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July 2014

1997 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Accountability, Culture and Behavior. D. Petersen. Oct: 45.
  • Accreditation of Academic Safety Programs. J.P. Kohn. Sept: 38-42.
  • Achieving Safety Performance Excellence Through Total Quality Management. J.C. Manzella. May: 26-28.
  • Analysis of Safety Faculty Education, Experience and Compensation, An. S.J. Adams. Sept: 43-45.
  • Applying Ergonomics to Machine Tools: Improving the Human-Machine Interface. G.E. Lovested. Mar: 26-29.
  • Applying Research to Reality: A Rationale and Systematic Approach. T.K. Courtney. Apr: 33-38.
  • Are Labor Unions in Danger of Losing Their Leadership Position in Safety? J.B. Spigener and S.J. Hodson. Dec: 37-39.
  • Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults: The Missing Link in the Chronic Accident Repeater Phenomenon? S.H. Reynolds. Feb: 20-23.

B

  • Behavior-Based Safety Systems: A Definition and Criteria to Assess. D. Petersen. Jan: 30-32.
  • Behavioral Safety: Safety's Silver Bullet? P.T. Ragan. Oct: 26-31.
  • Behavioral Safety: Who Will Train the Safety Profession? W.E. Lischeid, B. Sulzer-Azaroff and M. Alavosius. Oct: 32-36.
  • Benchmarks of Safety Quality. S.J. Adams. Nov: 33-34.

C

  • Call to Action: We Need a New Safety Engineering Discipline. R.E. Fitzgerald. June: 41-44.
  • Characteristics of Proactive & Reactive Safety Systems. R.E. Earnest. Nov: 27-29.
  • Collaboration and Participation: How Are You Doing? D.J. Sarkus. Oct: 37-39.
  • Cognitive Behavioral Approach to the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder After Work-Related Trauma, A. R.C. Anderson and B.K. Grunert. Nov: 39-42.

D

  • Design for Safety. J. Wang and T. Ruxton. Jan: 24-29.
  • Development and Application of the Comprehensive Safety Analysis Technique, The. M. Allocco. Dec: 24-28.
  • Dollars and Sense: Using Financial Principles in the Safety Profession. M.D. Hansen, H.W. Grotewold and R.M. Harley. June: 36-40.

E

  • Ergonomic Benefit/Cost Analysis: Communicating the Value of Enhancements. B.K. Lyon. Mar: 33-36.
  • Ergonomic Risk Factors Associated with the Practice of Dental Hygiene: A Preliminary Study. S.W. Horstman, B.C Horstman and F.S. Horstman. Apr: 49-53.
  • Ergonomics at the Video Display Terminal: Problems, Solutions, Benefits. C.J. Springer. Mar: 30-32.
  • Examine Your Safety Philosophy. M.A. Friend. Feb: 34-36.
  • Experience Modification: Problems and Pitfalls. D.K. Smith. Sept: 30-31.

F

  • Factors of the Experience Modification Rating & What They Mean. W.L. Rouse. Sept: 27-29.
  • Fire Protection in Underground Coal Mines. J.E. Spiker and D.E. Della-Giustina. Sept: 20-23.
  • Fume Hood Performance: Monitoring Instrumentation and Certification. E. Party, J.A. Reiman, C. Volin, R.V. Joao and E.L. Gershey. Apr: 54-56.

G

  • Gaining More Safety Success. R. Tarbell. Feb: 32-33.
  • Grassroots Ergonomics: An Effort to Modify Custodial Training. D.M. Zalk, J.C. Tolley and Y. Kim. Mar: 21-25.

H

  • Homemade Ergonomics: An Effective Worksite Evaluation Program. S.V. Magyar Jr. Mar: 16-20.
  • Housekeeping and Injury Rate: A Correlation Study. P.E. McCon. Dec: 29-32.
  • How to Build a Safety Management System. D. Schaechtel. Aug: 22-24.

I

  • Improving Child Safety Amid the Farm Culture: Children, Tractor Accidents, Preventive Measures. P.R. Cotten. Dec: 18-23.
  • Incorporating Risk Management into Emergency Incident Operations. M.E. Loflin and J.D. Kipp. July: 32-35.
  • Injury and Cost Assessment of a Coal Mining Co.'s Return-To-Work Program, An. R.G. Allen and D.O. Ritzel. Sept: 24-26.

K

  • Key Processes for Continuous Safety Improvement: Behavior-Based Recognition and Celebration. E.S. Geller. Oct: 40-44.

M

  • Malpractice and Remedies. G.A. Peters. Aug: 36-38.
  • Managerial Factors Related to Safety Program Effectiveness: An Update on the Minnesota Perception Survey. C. Bailey. Aug: 33-35.
  • Medical Claim Management: An Effective Return-To-Work Program. S.V. Magyar Jr. Dec: 33-36.

O

  • OSHA Recordkeeping Revision: Is It a Better Method? J.E. Roughton. May: 38-43.
  • OSHA Statistics and Safety Performance Measurement: A Case for Change. G.A. Rosier. Sept: 32-34.
  • OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard vs. EPA's Risk Management Plan: A Comparison of Requirements. J.E. Roughton and D.S. Buchalter. Jan: 36-41.

P

  • Performance Objectives: Key to Better Safety Instruction. F. Gebrewold and D.F. Sigwart. Aug: 25-27.
  • Preparing for a Chlorine Emergency: Newark, NJ's Pequannock Water Treatment Plant. A. La Fargue and L.B. Poe. June: 45-48.
  • Preparing for Winter: Proactive Measures to Prevent Injury and Property Damage. J.A. Smith. Aug: 28-32.
  • Preventing Homicide and Acts of Violence in the Workplace. L.R. Moore. July: 20-23.
  • Principles for the Practice of Safety. F.A. Manuele. July: 27-31.
  • Promoting Safe Behavior: Theoretical Foundations. B.P. Beaudin, L. Jacoby and D. Quick. Apr: 29-32.

R

  • REACH OUT: A Mnemonic Technique Used to Enhance Corporate Compliance with Safety Legislation. S. McMahan, D. Stokols, M.M. Wells and H.C. Clitheroe Jr. Nov: 43-45.
  • Reinforcing Safety Values in People. T.M. Dougherty. Nov: 20-26.
  • Relationship Between Corporate Culture & Safety Performance, The. J.A. Erickson. May: 29-33.
  • Return to Work: Preliminary Analysis of an Ethnographic Study. R.E. Graham. Jan: 33-35.
  • Role of Benchmarking Analysis in Measuring and Improving Workplace Safety, The. K.A. Relihan. Feb: 28-31.

S

  • Safe Ladder Management. B. Miller. Nov: 30-32.
  • Safety Behind Bars: Managing Safety in Federal Prisons. L.E. Else. June: 26-29.
  • Selecting Safe Employees: A Behavioral Science Perspective. J. Kamp and T.R. Krause. Apr: 24-28.
  • Soliciting Employee Concerns During Routine Safety Inspections. R. Emery and S.M. Savely. July: 36-38.
  • Stacking Chair Safety. G.E. Tardiff and W.J. Comfort III. Jan: 42-43.
  • Steam Distribution Systems: Managing and Preventing Condensate-Induced Water Hammer. H.L. Debban and L.E. Eyre. May: 34-37.

T

  • Trends and Developments in Behavior-Based Safety. T.R. Krause. Oct: 20-25.
  • 12 Totally "Unlegal" Ways to Slash Workers' Compensation Costs. L.L. Hansen. June: 30-35.

W

  • Waste Control in Loss Control. G.L. Germain. Feb: 24-27.
  • What's Wrong with Safety Incentives? T.A. Smith. May: 44.
  • Wrist Braces: Exercise Discretion in Distribution. M. Dagostino. July: 24-26.

Author Index

A

  • Adams, Shawn J. Sept: 43-45
  • Adams, Shawn J. Nov: 33-34
  • Alavosius, Mark Oct: 32-36
  • Allen, Rodney G. Sept: 24-26
  • Allocco, Michael Dec: 24-28
  • Anderson, Rebecca C. Nov: 39-42

B

  • Bailey, Chuck Aug: 33-35
  • Beaudin, Bart P. Apr: 29-32
  • Buchalter, David S. Jan: 36-41

C

  • Clitheroe Jr., H.C. Nov: 43-45
  • Comfort III, William J. Jan: 42-43
  • Cotten, Phyllis R. Dec: 18-23
  • Courtney, Theodore K. Apr: 33-38

D

  • Dagostino, Marty July: 24-26
  • Debban, Herb L. May: 34-37
  • Della-Giustina, Daniel E. Sept: 20-23
  • Dougherty, Thomas M. Nov: 20-26

E

  • Earnest, R.E. "Gene" Nov: 27-29
  • Else, Loren E. June: 26-29
  • Emery, Robert July: 36-38
  • Erickson, Judith A. May: 29-33
  • Eyre, Larry E. May: 34-37

F

  • Fitzgerald, Ronald E. June: 41-44
  • Friend, Mark A. Feb: 34-36

G

  • Gebrewold, Fetene Aug: 25-27
  • Geller, E. Scott Oct: 40-44
  • Germain, George L. Feb: 24-27
  • Gershey, Edward L. Apr: 54-56
  • Graham, Rosalene E. Jan: 33-35
  • Grotewold, Henry W. June: 36-40
  • Grunert, Brad K. Nov: 39-42

H

  • Hansen, Larry L. June: 30-35
  • Hansen, Mark D. June: 36-40
  • Harley, Richard M. June: 36-40
  • Hodson, Stanley J. Dec: 37-39
  • Horstman, Breca C. Apr: 49-53
  • Horstman, Freya S. Apr: 49-53
  • Horstman, S.W. Apr: 49-53

J

  • Jacoby, Laura Apr: 29-32
  • Joao, Richard V. Apr: 54-56

K

  • Kamp, John Apr: 24-28
  • Kim, Yong Mar: 21-25
  • Kipp, Jonathan D. July: 32-35
  • Kohn, James P. Sept: 38-42
  • Krause, Thomas R. Apr: 24-28
  • Krause, Thomas R. Oct: 20-25

L

  • La Fargue, Aubrey June: 45-48
  • Lischeid, William E. Oct: 32-36
  • Loflin, Murrey E. July: 32-35
  • Lovested, Gary E. Mar: 26-29
  • Lyon, Bruce K. Mar: 33-36

M

  • Magyar Jr., Stephen V. Mar: 16-20
  • Magyar Jr., Stephen V. Dec: 33-36
  • Manuele, Fred A. July: 27-31
  • Manzella, James C. May: 26-28
  • McCon, Patric E. Dec: 29-32
  • McMahan, Shari Nov: 43-45
  • Miller, Barrett Nov: 30-32
  • Moore, Larry R. July: 20-23

P

  • Party, Esmeralda Apr: 54-56
  • Peters, George A. Aug: 36-38
  • Petersen, Dan Jan: 30-32
  • Petersen, Dan Oct: 45
  • Poe, Lissa B. June: 45-48

Q

  • Quick, Don Apr: 29-32

R

  • Ragan, Patrick T. Oct: 26-31
  • Reiman, James A. Apr: 54-56
  • Relihan, Kevin A. Feb: 28-31
  • Reynolds, Stephen H. Feb: 20-23
  • Ritzel, Dale O. Sept: 24-26
  • Rosier, Greg A. Sept: 32-34
  • Roughton, James E. Jan: 36-41
  • Roughton, James E. May: 38-43
  • Rouse, William L. Sept: 27-29
  • Ruxton, Tom Jan: 24-29

S

  • Sarkus, David J. Oct: 37-39
  • Savely, Susanne M. July: 36-38
  • Schaechtel, Don Aug: 22-24
  • Sigwart, Dennis F. Aug: 25-27
  • Smith, Dave K. Sept: 30-31
  • Smith, Joseph A. Aug: 28-32
  • Smith, Thomas A. May: 44
  • Spigener, James B. Dec: 37-39
  • Spiker, Joseph E. Sept: 20-23
  • Springer, Carla J. Mar: 30-32
  • Stokols, Daniel Nov: 43-45
  • Sulzer-Azaroff, Beth Oct: 32-36

T

  • Tarbell, Russ Feb: 32-33
  • Tardiff, George E. Jan: 42-43
  • Tolley, John C. Mar: 21-25

V

  • Volin, Catherine Apr: 54-56

W

  • Wang, Jin Jan: 24-29
  • Wells, Meredith M. Nov: 43-45

Z

  • Zalk, David M. Mar: 21-25

Subject Index

Literature Review

Promoting Safe Behavior: Theoretical Foundations. B.P. Beaudin, L. Jacoby and D. Quick. Apr: 29-32.

Behavior-Based Safety Management

Accountability, Culture and Behavior. D. Petersen. Oct: 45.

Are Labor Unions in Danger of Losing Their Leadership Position in Safety? J.B. Spigener and S.J. Hodson. Dec: 37-39.

Behavior-Based Safety Systems: A Definition and Criteria to Assess. D. Petersen. Jan: 30-32.

Behavioral Safety: Safety's Silver Bullet? P.T. Ragan. Oct: 26-31.

Behavioral Safety: Who Will Train the Safety Profession? W.E. Lischeid, B. Sulzer-Azaroff and M. Alavosius. Oct: 32-36.

Cognitive Behavioral Approach to the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder After Work-Related Trauma, A. R.C. Anderson and B.K. Grunert. Nov: 39-42.

Collaboration and Participation: How Are You Doing? D.J. Sarkus. Oct: 37-39.

Key Processes for Continuous Safety Improvement: Behavior-Based Recognition and Celebration. E.S. Geller. Oct: 40-44.

Reinforcing Safety Values in People. T.M. Dougherty. Nov: 20-26.

Selecting Safe Employees: A Behavioral Science Perspective. J. Kamp and T.R. Krause. Apr: 24-28.

Trends and Developments in Behavior-Based Safety. T.R. Krause. Oct: 20-25.

Financial Issues

Dollars and Sense: Using Financial Principles in the Safety Profession. M.D. Hansen, H.W. Grotewold and R.M. Harley. June: 36-40.

Injury and Cost Assessment of a Coal Mining Co.'s Return-To-Work Program, An. R.G. Allen and D.O. Ritzel. Sept: 24-26.

Inspections/Audits

Soliciting Employee Concerns During Routine Safety Inspections. R. Emery and S.M. Savely. July: 36-38.

Performance Measurement

Benchmarks of Safety Quality. S.J. Adams. Nov: 33-34.

OSHA Statistics and Safety Performance Measurement: A Case for Change. G.A. Rosier. Sept: 32-34.

Role of Benchmarking Analysis in Measuring and Improving Workplace Safety, The. K.A. Relihan. Feb: 28-31.

Program Management

Characteristics of Proactive & Reactive Safety Systems. R.E. Earnest. Nov: 27-29.

Gaining More Safety Success. R. Tarbell. Feb: 32-33.

How to Build a Safety Management System. D. Schaechtel. Aug: 22-24.

Managerial Factors Related to Safety Program Effectiveness: An Update on the Minnesota Perception Survey. C. Bailey. Aug: 33-35.

Medical Claim Management: An Effective Return-To-Work Program. S.V. Magyar Jr. Dec: 33-36.

Preparing for a Chlorine Emergency: Newark, NJ's Pequannock Water Treatment Plant. A. La Fargue and L.B. Poe. June: 45-48.

Return to Work: Preliminary Analysis of an Ethnographic Study. R.E. Graham. Jan: 33-35.

Steam Distribution Systems: Managing & Preventing Condensate-Induced Water Hammer. H.L. Debban and L.E. Eyre. May: 34-37.

Waste Control in Loss Control. G.L. Germain. Feb: 24-27.

What's Wrong with Safety Incentives? T.A. Smith. May: 44.

Regulatory Compliance

OSHA Recordkeeping Revision: Is It a Better Method? J.E. Roughton. May: 38-43.

OSHA's Process Safety Management Standard vs. EPA's Risk Management Plan: A Comparison of Requirements. J.E. Roughton and D.S. Buchalter. Jan: 36-41.

REACH OUT: A Mnemonic Technique Used to Enhance Corporate Compliance with Safety Legislation. S. McMahan, D. Stokols, M.M. Wells and H.C. Clitheroe Jr. Nov: 43-45.

Risk Management/Loss Control

Experience Modification: Problems and Pitfalls. D.K. Smith. Sept: 30-31.

Factors of the Experience Modification Rating & What They Mean. W.L. Rouse. Sept: 27-29.

Incorporating Risk Management into Emergency Incident Operations. M.E. Loflin and J.D. Kipp. July: 32-35.

Safety Training and Education

Accreditation of Academic Safety Programs. J.P. Kohn. Sept: 38-42.

Analysis of Safety Faculty Education, Experience and Compensation, An. S.J. Adams. Sept: 43-45.

Performance Objectives: Key to Better Safety Instruction. F. Gebrewold and D.F. Sigwart. Aug: 25-27.

System Safety

Call to Action: We Need a New Safety Engineering Discipline, A. R.E. Fitzgerald. June: 41-44.

Development and Application of the Comprehensive Safety Analysis Technique, The. M. Allocco. Dec: 24-28.

Total Quality Management

Achieving Safety Performance Excellence Through Total Quality Management. J.C. Manzella. May: 26-28.

Workers' Compensation

12 Totally "Unlegal" Ways to Slash Workers' Compensation Costs. L. Hansen. June: 30-35.

Agricultural Safety

Improving Child Safety Amid the Farm Culture: Children, Tractor Accidents, Preventive Measures. P.R. Cotten. Dec: 18-23.

Mine Safety

Fire Protection in Underground Coal Mines. J.E. Spiker and D.E. Della-Giustina. Sept: 20-23.

Injury and Cost Assessment of a Coal Mining Co.'s Return-To-Work Program, An. R.G. Allen and D.O. Ritzel. Sept: 24-26.

Product Design & Safety

Design for Safety. J. Wang and T. Ruxton. Jan: 24-29.

Professional Issues

Examine Your Safety Philosophy. M.A. Friend. Feb: 34-36.

Malpractice and Remedies. G.A. Peters. Aug: 36-38.

Principles for the Practice of Safety. F.A. Manuele. July: 27-31.

Relationship Between Corporate Culture & Safety Performance, The. J.A. Erickson. May: 29-33.

Safety Research

Applying Research to Reality: A Rationale and Systematic Approach. T.K. Courtney. Apr: 33-38.

Fume Hood Performance: Monitoring Instrumentation and Certification. E. Party, J.A. Reiman, C. Volin, R.V. Joao and E.L. Gershey. Apr: 54-56.

Housekeeping and Injury Rate: A Correlation Study. P.E. McCon. Dec: 29-32.

Workplace Safety

Attention Deficit Disorder in Adults: The Missing Link in the Chronic Accident Repeater Phenomenon? S.H. Reynolds. Feb: 20-23.

Preventing Homicide and Acts of Violence in the Workplace. L.R. Moore. July: 20-23.

Preparing for Winter: Proactive Measures to Prevent Injury and Property Damage. J.A. Smith. Aug: 28-32.

Safe Ladder Management. B. Miller. Nov: 30-32.

Safety Behind Bars: Managing Safety in Federal Prisons. L.E. Else. June: 26-29.

Stacking Chair Safety. G.E. Tardiff and W.J. Comfort III. Jan: 42-43.

Ergonomics/Cumulative Trauma

Applying Ergonomics to Machine Tools: Improving the Human-Machine Interface. G.E. Lovested. Mar: 26-29.

Ergonomic Benefit/Cost Analysis: Communicating the Value of Enhancements. B.K. Lyon. Mar: 33-36.

Ergonomic Risk Factors Associated with the Practice of Dental Hygiene: A Preliminary Study. S.W. Horstman, B.C Horstman and F.S. Horstman. Apr: 49-53.

Ergonomics at the Video Display Terminal: Problems, Solutions, Benefits. C.J. Springer. Mar: 30-32.

Grassroots Ergonomics: An Effort to Modify Custodial Training. D.M. Zalk, J.C. Tolley and Y. Kim. Mar: 21-25.

Homemade Ergonomics: An Effective Worksite Evaluation Program. S.V. Magyar Jr. Mar: 16-20.

Wrist Braces: Exercise Discretion in Distribution. M. Dagostino. July: 24-26.

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