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August 2014

2000 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Adding Construction to the Academic Safety Curriculum. G.L. Winn, L.J. Frederick and P.E. Becker. July: 16-18.
  • Applying Six Sigma Methods for Breakthrough Safety Performance. T. Rancour and M. McCracken. Oct.: 29-32.
  • Architecture of Safety Excellence, The. L.E. Hansen. May: 26-29.

B

  • Behavioral Approach to Safety Management, The. D. Petersen. Mar.: 37-39.
  • Behavioral Safety Analysis: A Necessary Precursor to Corrective Action. E.S. Geller. Mar.: 29-32.
  • Best Practices: Selecting a Safety & Health Consultant. J. Popp. Oct.: 37-39.

C

  • Catching Near Hits. S.J. Wallace. Nov.: 30-34.
  • Collisions with Slow-Moving Vehicles. H.G. Wickes Jr. and G.S. Nelson. Aug.: 39-44.
  • Creating an Extraordinary Safety Culture: People, Commitment, Vision, Best Practices. E.B. Walker and J.A. Maune. May: 33-37.

D

  • Danger Zone: The Industrial Dock. G. Swartz. Jan.: 30-35.
  • Distance Higher Education: Outlook for the Safety Professional as Student. T.J. Ryan. Dec.: 23-27.
  • Does BBS Work? Behavior-Based Safety & Injury Reduction: A Survey of the Evidence. B. Sulzer-Azaroff and J. Austin. July: 19-24.
  • Does OSHA Need a New Paradigm? E.H. Blair and E.S. Geller. Sept.: 27-30.

E

  • Effective Design & Use of Web-Based Distance Learning Environments. L. Ferguson and K. Wijekumar. Dec.: 28-32.
  • Emerging Technologies: Hazard Assessments Find Same Problems. L.L. Hodson and R.E. Uhorchak. Apr.: 34-37.
  • Engineering Design for Safety: Petrochemical Process Plant Design Considerations. M.D. Hansen. Jan.: 20-25.
  • Ergonomic Assessment & Design: Key to Reducing Back Injuries. J.S. Oakley and S.M. Smith. Feb.: 35-38.
  • Establishing a Safety Culture: Getting Started. M.A. Friend and L. Ridings Pagliari. May: 30-32.
  • Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens in the Hospital. R.T. Dobos. Feb.: 29-31.

F

  • Family Impact of a Disabling Injury, The. D.D. Lee. Sept: 31-32.
  • Footwear Safety & Traction in the Workplace. W. English. Apr.: 23-30.

G

  • Generation X: How Understanding This Population Leads to Better Safety Programs. S.J. Adams. Jan.: 26-29.

H

  • How Smart Managers Improve Safety & Health Systems: Benchmarking with VPP Criteria. C.A. Garner and P.O. Horn. June: 28-32.

I

  • Impact of Maintenance Function on Plant Safety. P.S. Ray, R.G. Batson, W.H. Weems, Q. Wan, G.S. Sorock, S. Matz and J. Cotnam. Aug.: 45-48.
  • Improving Safety Instruction & Results: Five Principles of Sound Training. S.J. Adams. Dec.: 40-41.
  • Introduction to HACCP for Food Processors, An. A.V. Riswadkar. June: 33-36.

J

  • Job Rotation: An Administrative Strategy for Hazard Control. D.D. Triggs and P.M. King. Feb.: 32-34.

L

  • Lights, Camera, Action: Planning, Writing & Producing Employee Education Programs. M.R. Thompson. Dec.: 33-39.

M

  • Making Safety a Basic Value. R.E. Earnest. Aug.: 33-38.
  • Management of Human Error in Shipping Operations. J. Wang and S.M. Zhang. Oct.: 23-28.
  • Management's Impact on Behavioral Safety. G.A. Barrett. Mar.: 26-28.
  • Many Hazard Analyses Conceal Whole-System Risk. P.L. Clemens. Apr.: 31-33.
  • Motivating Employees for Safety Success. T.R. Krause. Mar.: 22-25.

N

  • New Ideas in Construction Hearing Conservation. D.J. Garvey. Feb.: 26-28.

O

  • Occupational Health & Safety Compliance in Nursing Homes. A.M. Mutawe, R. Tsunehara, J. Hocket and M. Hatch. Nov.: 18-21.
  • One Size Doesn't Fit All: Customizing Helps Merge Behavioral and Traditional Approaches. S. Ward. Mar.: 33-36.
  • Orientation Program for Casual Contractors in the Chemical Industry. B.T. Bennett. Aug.: 24-28.
  • OS&H in Australia-25 Years in Review. G. Robotham. Feb.: 39-41.
  • OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard: Calculating Reasonable Exposure Estimates. G. Hubbard. Nov.: 22-24.

P

  • Pregnancy & Ergonomics: Potential Hazards & Key Safeguards. L.M. Tapp. Aug.: 29-32.

R

  • Role of Supervisors in Behavioral Safety Observations, The. S. Cook and T.E. McSween. Oct.: 33-36.

S

  • Safety Culture Enrichment: Why Take the Circle Route? D.J. Eckenfelder. May: 42-43.
  • Safety in the Trucking Industry: Non-Driving Incidents. S. Flatow. Nov.: 25-29.
  • Safety Management 2000: Our Strengths & Weaknesses. D. Petersen. Jan.: 16-19.
  • Safety Performance Measurement: Identifying Prospective Indicators with High Validity. R.S. Stricoff. Jan.: 36-39.
  • Safety Professional's Role in Corrective Action Management, The. C.K. Stalnaker. June: 37-39.
  • Selecting a Safety & Health Consultant. J. Popp. Oct.: 37-38.
  • Service Cables Unprotected. F.F. Franklin. July: 25-28.
  • Stress Factors Experienced by Female Commercial Drivers in the Transportation Industry. T.M Bernard, L.H. Bouck and W.S. Young. Sept.: 20-26.

T

  • Task Analysis for Productivity, Cost Efficiency, Quality & Safety. F.A. Manuele. Apr.: 18-22.
  • Ten Leadership Qualities for a Total Safety Culture. E.S. Geller. May: 38-41.
  • Terrorism & Violence in Our Schools. D.E. Della-Giustina, S.E. Kerr and D.L. Georgevich. Mar.: 16-21.
  • To Permit or Not to Permit? Should You Be Asking This Question? G.W. Gammel. June: 40-42.
  • Today's Safety Professional: Manager or Engineer? S.J. Adams. June: 24-27.

W

  • What Do Accidents Truly Cost? Determining Total Incident Costs. J.E. LaBelle. Apr.: 38-42.
  • Why Can't We Solve the Soft-Tissue Injury Dilemma? D.J. Eckenfelder. July: 29-32.

Author Index

A

  • Adams, Shawn J. Jan.: 26-29
  • Adams, Shawn J. June: 24-27
  • Adams, Shawn J. Dec.: 40-41
  • Austin, John July: 19-24

B

  • Barrett, Greg A. Mar.: 26-28
  • Batson, Robert G. Aug.: 45-48
  • Becker, Paul E. July: 16-18
  • Bennett, Brian T. Aug.: 24-28
  • Bernard, Tracey M. Sept.: 20-26
  • Blair, Earl H. Sept.: 27-30
  • Bouck, Linda H. Sept.: 20-26

C

  • Clemens, P.L. Apr.: 31-33
  • Cook, Scott Oct.: 33-36
  • Cotnam, John Aug.: 45-48

D

  • Della-Giustina, Daniel E. Mar.: 16-21
  • Dobos, Ronald T. Feb.: 29-31

E

  • Earnest, R.E. "Gene" Aug.: 33-38
  • Eckenfelder, Donald J. May: 42-43
  • Eckenfelder, Donald J. July: 29-32
  • English, William Apr.: 23-30

F

  • Ferguson, Lon Dec.: 28-32
  • Flatow, Stuart Nov.: 25-29
  • Frederick, Linda J. July: 16-18
  • Franklin, Frederick F. July: 25-28
  • Friend, Mark A. May: 30-32

G

  • Gammel, Gerald W. June: 40-42
  • Garner, Charlotte A. June: 28-32
  • Garvey, Donald J. Feb.: 26-28
  • Geller, E. Scott Mar.: 29-32
  • Geller, E. Scott May: 38-41
  • Geller, E. Scott Sept.: 27-30
  • Georgevich, Dawn L. Mar.: 16-21

H

  • Hansen, Larry L. May: 26-29
  • Hansen, Mark D. Jan.: 20-25
  • Hatch, Mark Nov.: 18-21
  • Hockett, Jerrold Nov.: 18-21
  • Hodson, Laura L. Apr.: 34-37
  • Horn, Patricia O. June: 28-32
  • Hubbard, Gary Nov.: 22-24

K

  • Kerr, Scott E. Mar.: 16-21
  • King, Phyllis M. Feb.: 32-34
  • Krause, Thomas R. Mar.: 22-25

L

  • LaBelle, Jeffery E. Apr.: 38-42
  • Lee, David D. Sept.: 31-32

M

  • Manuele, Fred A. Apr.: 18-22
  • Matz, Simon. Aug.: 45-48
  • Maune, Joan A. May: 33-37
  • McCracken, Mike Oct.: 29-32
  • McSween, Terry E. Oct.: 33-36
  • Mutawe, Abdalla M. Nov.: 18-21

N

  • Nelson, Gary S. Aug.: 39-44

O

  • Oakley, Donald D. Feb.: 35-38

P

  • Petersen, Dan Jan.: 16-19
  • Petersen, Dan Mar.: 37-39
  • Popp, Jack Oct.: 37-39

R

  • Rancour, Tom Oct.: 29-32
  • Ray, Paul S. Aug.: 45-48
  • Ridings Pagliari, Leslie. May: 30-32
  • Riswadkar, A.V. June: 33-36
  • Robotham, George Feb.: 39-41
  • Ryan, Timothy J. Dec.: 23-27

S

  • Smith, Susan M. Feb.: 35-38
  • Sorock, Gary S. Aug.: 45-48
  • Stalnaker, C. Keith June: 37-39
  • Stricoff, R. Scott. Jan.: 36-39
  • Sulzer-Azaroff, Beth July: 19-24
  • Swartz, George Jan.: 30-35

T

  • Tapp, Linda M. Aug.: 29-32
  • Thompson, Marcella R. Dec.: 33-39
  • Triggs, Donald D. Feb.: 32-34
  • Tsunehara, Ronald Nov.: 18-21

U

  • Uhorchak, Robert E. Apr.: 34-37

W

  • Walker, Edwin B. May: 33-37
  • Wallace, Stephen J. Nov.: 30-34
  • Wan, Quan Aug.: 45-48
  • Wang, J. Oct.: 23-28
  • Ward, Steve Mar.: 33-36
  • Weems, William H. Aug.: 45-48
  • Wickes Jr., Henry G. Aug.: 39-44
  • Wijekumar, Kay Dec.: 28-32
  • Winn, Gary L. July: 16-18

Y

  • Young, Wendy S. Sept.: 20-26

Z

  • Zhang, S.M. Oct.: 23-2

Subject Index

Behavioral Safety

Behavioral Approach to Safety Management, The. D. Petersen. Mar.: 37-39.

Behavioral Safety Analysis: Precursor to Corrective Action. E.S. Geller. Mar.: 29-32.

Does BBS Work? Behavior-Based Safety & Injury Reduction: A Survey of the Evidence. B. Sulzer-Azaroff and J. Austin. July: 19-24.

Management's Impact on Behavioral Safety. G.A. Barrett. Mar.: 26-28.

One Size Doesn't Fit All: Customizing Helps Merge Behavioral and Traditional Approaches. S. Ward. Mar.: 33-36.

Role of Supervisors in Behavioral Safety Observations, The. S. Cook and T.E. McSween. Oct.: 33-36.

Best Practices

Selecting a Safety & Health Consultant. J. Popp. Oct.: 37-38.

Current Issues

Does OSHA Need a New Paradigm? E.H. Blair and E.S. Geller. Sept.: 27-30.

Ergonomic Assessment & Design: Key to Reducing Back Injuries. J.S. Oakley and S.M. Smith. Feb.: 35-38.

Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens in the Hospital. R.T. Dobos. Feb.: 29-31.

Pregnancy & Ergonomics: Potential Hazards & Key Safeguards. L.M. Tapp. Aug.: 29-32.

Why Can't We Solve the Soft-Tissue Injury Dilemma? D.J. Eckenfelder. July: 29-32.

Design Safety

Engineering Design for Safety: Petrochemical Process Plant Design Considerations. M.D. Hansen. Jan.: 20-25.

Service Cables Unprotected. F.F. Franklin. July: 25-28.

Other Voices

Family Impact of a Disabling Injury, The. D.D. Lee. Sept.: 31-32.

Occupational Safety and Health in Australia: 25 Years in Review. Feb.: 39-41.

Professional Development

Adding Construction to the Academic Safety Curriculum. G.L. Winn, L.J. Frederick and P.E. Becker. July: 16-18.

Distance Higher Education: Outlook for the Safety Professional as Student. T.L. Ryan. Dec.: 23-27.

Effective Design & Use of Web-Based Distance Learning Environments. L. Ferguson and K. Wijekumar. Dec.: 28-32.

Improving Safety Instruction & Results: Five Principles of Sound Training. S.J. Adams. Dec.: 40-41.

Lights, Camera, Action: Planning, Writing & Producing Employee Education Programs. M.R. Thompson. Dec.: 33-39.

Program Development

Applying Six Sigma Methods for Breakthrough Safety Performance. T. Rancour and M. McCracken. Oct.: 29-32.

Architecture of Safety Excellence, The. L.L. Hansen. May: 26-29.

Job Rotation: An Administrative Strategy for Hazard Control. D.D. Triggs and P.M. King. Feb.: 32-34.

Making Safety a Basic Value. R.E. Earnest. Aug.: 33-38.

Safety Performance Measurement: Identifying Prospective Indicators with High Validity. R.S. Stricoff. Jan.: 36-39.

Task Analysis for Productivity, Cost Efficiency, Quality & Safety. F.A. Manuele. Apr.: 18-22.

Risk Management

Emerging Technologies: Hazard Assessments Find Same Problems. L.L. Hodson and R.E. Uhorchak. Apr.: 34-37.

Introduction to HACCP for Food Processors, An. A.V. Riswadkar. June: 33-36.

Many Hazard Analyses Conceal Whole-System Risk. P.L. Clemens. Apr.: 31-33.

Safety Culture

Creating an Extraordinary Safety Culture: People, Commitment, Vision, Best Practices. E.B. Walker and J.A. Maune. May: 33-37.

Establishing a Safety Culture: Getting Started. M.A. Friend and L. Ridings Pagliari. May: 30-32.

Safety Culture Enrichment: Why Take the Circle Route? D.J. Eckenfelder. May: 42-43.

Ten Leadership Qualities for a Total Safety Culture. E.S. Geller. May: 38-41.

Safety Management

Generation X: How Understanding This Population Leads to Better Safety Programs. S.J. Adams. Jan.: 26-29.

How Smart Managers Improve Safety & Health Systems: Benchmarking with VPP Criteria. C.A. Garner and P.O. Horn. June: 28-32.

Management of Human Error in Shipping Operations. J. Wang and S.M. Zhang. Oct.: 23-28.

Motivating Employees for Safety Success. T.R. Krause. Mar.: 22-25.

Safety Management 2000: Our Strengths & Weaknesses. D. Petersen. Jan.: 16-19.

Safety Professional's Role in Corrective Action Management, The. C.K. Stalnaker. June: 37-39.

What Do Accidents Truly Cost? Determining Total Incident Costs. J.E. LaBelle. Apr.: 38-42.

Safety Research

Impact of Maintenance Function on Plant Safety. P.S. Ray, R.G. Batson, W.H. Weems, Q. Wan, G.S. Sorock, S. Matz and J. Cotnam. Aug.: 45-48.

Stress Factors Experienced by Female Commercial Drivers in the Transportation Industry. T.M. Bernard, L.H. Bouck and W.S. Young. Sept.: 20-26.

Terrorism & Violence in Our Schools. D.E. Della-Giustina, S.E. Kerr and D.L. Georgevich. Mar.: 16-21.

Today's Safety Professional: Manager or Engineer? S.J. Adams. June: 24-27.

Transportation Safety

Collisions With Slow-Moing Vehicles. H.G. Wickes Jr. and G.S. Nelson. Aug.: 39-44.

Workplace Safety

Catching Near Hits. S.J. Wallace. Nov.: 30-34.

Danger Zone: The Industrial Dock. G. Swartz. Jan.: 30-35.

Footwear Safety & Traction in the Workplace. W. English. Apr.: 23-30.

New Ideas in Construction Hearing Conservation. D.J. Garvey. Feb.: 26-28.

Occupational Health & Safety Compliance in Nursing Homes. A.M. Mutawe, R. Tsunehara, J. Hockett and M. Hatch. Nov.: 18-21.

Orientation Program for Casual Contractors in the Chemical Industry. B.T. Bennett. Aug.: 24-25.

OSHA's Respiratory Protection Standard: Calculating Reasonable Exposure Estimates. G. Hubbard. Nov.: 22-24.

Safety in the Trucking Industry: Non-Driving Incidents. S. Flatow. Nov.: 25-29.

To Permit or Not to Permit? Should You Be Asking This Question? G.W. Gammel. June: 40-42.

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