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2001 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • ABCs for Lone Workers: A Behavior-Based Study of Bus Drivers. R. Olson and J. Austin. Nov.: 20-25.
  • Air Pollution Compliance for Heating Systems & Emergency Generators. R.J. Barra. Feb.: 25-28.
  • Are Injuries Reported Equally Throughout the Work Week? S.M. Smith and J. S. Oakley. Aug.: 22-25.

B

  • Behavioral Sampling of Theme Park Ride Operators. B.K. Lyon. Oct.: 35-42.
  • Bridge-Construction-Related Deaths in West Virginia, 1990-1999: Recognition of a Problem & Resulting Corrective Actions. J.C. Helmkamp and W.J. Lundstrom. Dec.: 18-22.

C

  • Collision Course: When Powered Industrial Trucks Strike People & Objects. G. Swartz. Mar.: 25-30.
  • Compressed Gases & Systems. D.P. Dixson. Nov.: 29-34.
  • Congressional Review Act: Impact on OSHA & MSHA Regulations Enacted at the End of the Clinton Administration. A.L. Abrams. Mar.: 14-15.
  • Conveyor Safety Requirements When Using Older Equipment. G.A. Schultz. May: 24-26.
  • Custom Blend Your Safety, Health & Environmental Program. T.J. Taylor and M. Pinto. July: 32-33.

D

  • Disability Management Pays Off. M.A. Fitzpatrick and P.M. King. Jan.: 39-41.
  • Doctoral Program for the Next Generation, A. W.R. Myers and G.L. Winn. Oct.: 47-50.

E

  • Employee Safety Incentives: A Best Practices Survey of Human Resource Practitioners. P.M. Glendinning. Feb.: 22-24.
  • Engineering Design for Safety: Imagineering the Rig Floor. M.D. Hansen and E. Abrahamsen. Mar.: 20-24.
  • Ergonomic Job Measurement System. D. Ridyard, L. Tapp and L. Wylie. Jan.: 29-32.
  • Ergonomics to the Rescue: A Cost-Justification Case Study. C.C. Rodrigues. Apr.: 32-34.
  • ESL-Valuable Resource or Idealism? Using Case Studies to Find Answers. F.D. Pierce. Apr.: 35-39.

H

  • Human Health Effects of Airborne Mycotoxin Exposure in Fungi-Contaminated Indoor Environments. D.M. Albright. Nov.: 26-28

I

  • Improving Safety & Health Performance: Identifying & Measuring Leading Indicators. J. Toellner. Sept.: 42-47.
  • Impact of Cell Phones on Driver Safety, The. L.R. Moore and G. Moore. June: 30-32.
  • Implementing 5S to Promote Safety & Housekeeping. J.E. Becker. Aug.: 29-31.
  • Impact of Safety Efforts: Intervention Effectiveness Research-Phase 1. J.M. Haight, R.E. Thomas, L.A. Smith, R.L. Bulfin Jr. and B.L. Hopkins. May: 38-44.
  • Impact of Safety Efforts: Intervention Effectiveness Research-Phase 2. J.M. Haight, R.E. Thomas, L.A. Smith, R.L. Bulfin Jr. and B.L. Hopkins. June: 33-37.
  • It's Time to Drag Behavioral Safety Into the Cognitive Era. J. Kamp. Oct.: 30-34.

J

  • Job Hazard Assessment: A Comprehensive Approach. R. Geronsin. Dec.: 23-30.

M

  • Managing the Behavior/Systems Interface: Another Perspective on the Effectiveness of Behavior-Based Safety. D.R. Groover. Mar.: 33-35.
  • Marketing the SHE Profession. L.H. Ferguson. Nov.: 35-37.
  • Measuring Safety's Return on Investment. S. Jervis and T.R. Collins. Sept.: 18-23.
  • Medical Facility Renovation: Safety & Health Considerations for Construction Safety Professionals. D.J. Garvey, S.C. Sobczak and A.J. Streifel. June: 20-24.
  • Moral Duty to Provide Workplace Safety, The. R.F. Eckhardt. Aug.: 36-38.
  • Moving to the Second Generation in Behavior-Based Safety. T.R. Krause. May: 27-32.

O

  • Occupational Lead Exposure: Health Effects & Remediation Practices. M.A. Swartz. July: 28-31.
  • Occupational Safety & Health in Russia: Past, Present, Future. F.C. Rinefort, J.A. Petrick and V. Schukin. May: 19-23.
  • Office Ergonomics: Analyzing the Problem & Creating Solutions. M.M. Robertson and T.K. Courtney. Apr.: 25-31.
  • On Track to Safety: Risk Assessment of a Hobby. J.J. Paques and P. Taillefer. Aug.: 32-35.
  • OSHA Issues Final Ergonomics Standard. Broad Rule Requires Comprehensive Ergonomics Programs. G.R. Watchman. Jan.: 26-28.
  • Outcomes-Based Ergonomics Education. C.C. Rodrigues. Sept.: 38-41.

P

  • Pedestrian Fatalities in the Construction Industry. C.A. Janicak. July: 16-19.
  • Pneumatic Nailer Injuries: A Report on Washington State 1990-1998. J. Baggs, M. Cohen, J. Kalat and B. Silverstein. Jan.: 33-38.
  • Product Safety and the Amusement Park Industry. D.A. Dodge. Oct.: 43-46.
  • Projecting the Next Decade in Safety Management: A Delphi Technique Study. S.J. Adams. Oct.:26-29.

S

  • Safe Transport of HazMats: Complying with DOT Title 49 Regulations. P. Thomas. Mar.: 31-32.
  • Safety & Health in Nursing Homes: A Pennsylvania Perspective. L.H. Rhodes and D.P. Rhodes. June: 25-29.
  • Safety & Psychology: Where do we go From Here? D.J. Sarkus. Jan.: 18-25.
  • Safety Training That Works. G. Robotham. May: 33-37.
  • Security Fundamentals for the Safety Engineer. D.M. Bowers. Dec.: 31-33.
  • Slips, Trips & Falls in Construction & Mining: Causes & Controls. M.C. Radomsky, R.V. Ramani and J.P. Flick. Sept.: 30-37.
  • Spreadsheet for the Estimation of Chemical Exposure, A. T.R. Kowar. Aug.: 26-28.
  • State Workers' Compensation Reform & Workplace Safety Regulations. M.W. Smitha, K.R. Oestenstad and K.C. Brown. Dec.: 45-50.
  • Sustaining Participation in a Safety Improvement Process: 10 Relevant Principles from Behaviorial Science. E.S. Geller. Sept.: 24-29.

T

  • Treating Safety as a Value. D. Cooper. Feb.: 17-21.
  • Turnaround in Safety at the Kenora Pulp & Paper Mill, The. J.M. Stewart. Dec.: 34-44.

U

  • Understanding OSHA: A Look at the Agency's Complex Legal & Political Environment. T.G. Pepper. Feb.: 14-16.

V

  • Vanities of the Bonfire. H. Petroski. July: 20-24.

W

  • Who is Responsible for Safety? D.J. Nelson. Apr.: 21-24.
  • Walkway Surface Safety & Traction in the Workplace: The Rest of the Equation.
    S. Di Pilla. July: 25-27.

Author Index

A

  • Abrams, Adele L. Mar.: 14-15
  • Abrahamsen, Egill Mar.: 20-24
  • Adams, Shawn J. Oct.: 26-29
  • Albright, David M. Nov.: 26-28
  • Austin, John Nov.: 20-25

B

  • Baggs, James Jan.: 33-38
  • Barra, Robert J. Feb.: 25-28
  • Becker, John E. Aug.: 29-31
  • Bowers, Dan M. Dec.: 31-33
  • Brown, Kathleen C. Dec.: 45-50
  • Bulfin Jr., Robert L. May: 38-44
  • Bulfin Jr., Robert L. June: 33-37

C

  • Cohen, Marty Jan.: 33-38
  • Collins, Terry R. Sept.: 18-23
  • Cooper, Dominic Feb.: 17-21
  • Courtney, Theodore K. Apr.: 25-31

D

  • Di Pilla, Steven July: 25-27
  • Dixson, David P. Nov.: 29-34
  • Dodge, David A. Oct.: 43-46

E

  • Eckhardt, Robert F. Aug.: 36-38

F

  • Ferguson, Lon H. Nov.: 35-37
  • Fitzpatrick, Mary Ann Jan.: 39-41
  • Flick, Joseph P. Sept.: 30-37

G

  • Garvey, Donald J. June: 20-24
  • Geller, E. Scott Sept.: 24-29
  • Geronsin, Rolin Dec.: 23-30
  • Glendinning, Peter M. Feb.: 22-24
  • Groover, Donald R. Mar.: 33-35

H

  • Haight, Joel M. May: 38-44
  • Haight, Joel M. June: 33-37
  • Hansen, Mark D. Mar.: 20-24
  • Helmkamp, James C. Dec.: 18-22
  • Hopkins, Bill L. May: 38-44
  • Hopkins, Bill L. June: 33-37

J

  • Janicak, Christopher A. July: 16-19
  • Jervis, Susan Sept.: 18-23

K

  • Kalat, John Jan.: 33-38
  • Kamp, John Oct.: 30-34
  • King, Phyllis M. Jan.: 39-41
  • Kowar, Thomas R. Aug.: 26-28
  • Krause, Thomas R. May: 27-32

L

  • Lundstrom, Wayne J. Dec.: 18-22
  • Lyon, Bruce K. Oct.: 35-42

M

  • Moore, Greggory S. June: 30-32
  • Moore, Larry R. June: 30-32
  • Myers, Warren R. Oct.: 47-50

N

  • Nelson, Daniel J. Apr.: 21-24

O

  • Oakley, Jeffrey S. Aug.: 22-25
  • Olson, Ryan Nov.: 20-25
  • Oestenstad, Kent R. Dec.: 45-50

P

  • Paques, Joseph-Jean Aug.: 32-35
  • Pepper, Thimothy G. Feb.: 14-16
  • Petrick, Joseph A. May: 19-23
  • Petroski, Henry July: 20-24
  • Pierce, F. David Apr.: 35-39
  • Pinto, Michael July: 32-33

R

  • Radomsky, Mark C. Sept.: 30-37
  • Ramani, R.V. Sept.: 30-37
  • Rhodes, David P. June: 25-29
  • Rhodes, Laura H. June: 25-29
  • Ridyard, David Jan.: 29-32
  • Rinefort, Foster C. May: 19-23
  • Robertson, Michelle M. Apr.: 25-31
  • Robotham, George May: 33-37
  • Rodrigues, Clarence C. Apr.: 32-34
  • Rodrigues, Clarence C. Sept.: 38-41

S

  • Sarkus, David J. Jan.: 18-25
  • Schukin, Vadim May: 19-23
  • Schultz, George A. May: 24-26
  • Silverstein, Barbara Jan.: 33-38
  • Smith, Leo A. May: 38-44
  • Smith, Leo A. June: 33-37
  • Smith, Susan M. Aug.: 22-25
  • Smitha, Matt W. Dec.: 45-50
  • Sobczak, Steven C. June: 20-24
  • Stewart, J.M. Dec.: 34-44
  • Streifel, Andrew J. June: 20-24
  • Swartz, Matthew A. July: 28-31
  • Swartz, George Mar.: 25-30

T

  • Taillefer, Patrick Aug. 32-35
  • Tapp, Linda Jan.: 29-32
  • Taylor, Thomas J. July: 32-33
  • Thomas, Paul Mar.: 31-32
  • Thomas, Robert E. May: 38-44
  • Thomas, Robert E. June: 33-37
  • Toellner, Jack Sept.: 42-47

W

  • Watchman, Gregory R. Jan.: 26-28
  • Winn, Gary L. Oct.: 47-50
  • Wylie, Lawrence Jan.: 29-32

Subject Index

Behavioral Safety

ABCs for Lone Workers: A Behavior-Based Study of Bus Drivers. R. Olson and J. Austin. Nov.: 20-25.

It's Time to Drag Behavioral Safety Into the Cognitive Era. J. Kamp. Oct.: 30-34.

Managing the Behavior/Systems Interface: Another Perspective on the Effectiveness of Behavior-Based Safety. D.R. Groover. Mar.: 33-35.

Moving to the Second Generation in Behavior-Based Safety. T.R. Krause. May: 27-32.

Sustaining Participation in a Safety Improvement Process: 10 Relevant Principles from Behaviorial Science. E.S. Geller. Sep.: 24-29.

Construction Safety

Medical Facility Renovation: Safety & Health Considerations for Construction Safety Professionals. D.J. Garvey, S.C. Sobczak and A.J. Streifel. June: 20-24.

Pedestrian Fatalities in the Construction Industry. C.A. Janicak. July: 16-19.

Slips, Trips & Falls in Construction & Mining: Causes & Controls. M.C. Radomsky, R.V. Ramani and J.P. Flick. Sep.: 30-37.

Contractor Safety

Who is Responsible for Safety? D.J. Nelson. Apr.: 21-24.

Design Safety

Engineering Design for Safety: Imagineering the Rig Floor. M.D. Hansen and E. Abrahamsen. Mar.: 20-24.

Environmental Safety

Air Pollution Compliance for Heating Systems & Emergency Generators. R.J. Barra. Feb.: 25-28.

Human Health Effects of Airborne Mycotoxin Exposure in Fungi-Contaminated Indoor Environments. D.M. Albright. Nov.: 26-28.

Ergonomics

Ergonomic Job Measurement System. D. Ridyard, L. Tapp and L. Wylie. Jan.: 29-32.

Ergonomics to the Rescue: A Cost-Justification Case Study. C.C. Rodrigues. Apr.: 32-34.

Office Ergonomics: Analyzing the Problem & Creating Solutions. M.M. Robertson and T.K. Courtney. Apr.: 25-31.

Outcomes-Based Ergonomics Education. C.C. Rodrigues. Sep.: 38-41.

Management Aspects

Behavioral Sampling of Theme Park Ride Operators. B.K. Lyon. Oct.: 35-42.

Employee Safety Incentives: A Best Practices Survey of Human Resource Practioners. P.M. Glendinning. Feb.: 22-24.

Implementing 5S to Promote Safety & Housekeeping. J.E. Becker. Aug.: 29-31.

Job Hazard Assessment: A Comprehensive Approach. R. Geronsin. Dec.: 23-30.

On Track to Safety: Risk Assessment of a Hobby. J.J. Paques and P. Taillefer. Aug.: 32-35.

Safety Training That Works. G. Robotham. May: 33-37.

Security Fundamentals for the Safety Engineer. D.M. Bowers. Dec.: 31-33.

Spreadsheet for the Estimation of Chemical Exposure, A. T.R. Kowar. Aug.: 26-28.

Treating Safety as a Value. D. Cooper. Feb.: 17-21.

Turnaround in Safety at the Kenora Pulp & Paper Mill, The. J.M. Stewart. Dec.:34-44.

Occupational Safety

Bridge-Construction-Related Deaths in West Virginia, 1990-1999: Recognition of a Problem & Resulting Corrective Actions. J.C. Helmkamp and W.J. Lundstrom. Dec.: 18-22.

Occupational Lead Exposure: Health Effects & Remediation Practices. M.A. Swartz. July: 28-31.

Occupational Safety & Health in Russia: Past, Present, Future. F.C. Rinefort, J.A. Petrick and V. Schukin. May: 19-23.

Pneumatic Nailer Injuries: A Report on Washington State 1990-1998. J. Baggs,
M. Cohen, J. Kalat and B. Silverstein. Jan.: 33-38.

Other Voices

Custom Blend Your Safety, Health & Environmental Program. T.J. Taylor and M. Pinto. July: 32-33.

Marketing the SHE Profession. L.H. Ferguson. Nov.: 35-37.

Moral Duty to Provide Workplace Safety, The. R.F. Eckhardt. Aug.: 36-38.

Professional Development

Doctoral Program for the Next Generation, A. W.R. Myers and G.L. Winn. Oct.: 47-50.

Program Management

Disability Management Pays Off. M.A. Fitzpatrick and P.M. King. Jan.: 39-41.

Improving Safety & Health Performance: Identifying & Measuring Leading Indicators. J. Toellner. Sep.: 42-47.

Measuring Safety's Return on Investment. S. Jervis and T.R. Collins. Sep.: 18-23.

Regulatory Issues

Congressional Review Act: Impact on OSHA & MSHA Regulations Enacted at the End of the Clinton Administration. A.L. Abrams. Mar.: 14-15.

OSHA Issues Final Ergonomics Standard. Broad Rule Requires Comprehensive Ergonomics Programs. G.R. Watchman. Jan.: 26-28.

Understanding OSHA: A Look at the Agency's Complex Legal & Political Environment. T.G. Pepper. Feb.: 14-16.

Safety Research

Are Injuries Reported Equally Throughout the Work Week? S.M. Smith and J. S. Oakley. Aug.: 22-25.

ESL-Valuable Resource or Idealism? Using Case Studies to Find Answers. F.D. Pierce. Apr.: 35-39.

Impact of Safety Efforts: Intervention Effectiveness Research-Phase 1. J.M. Haight, R.E. Thomas, L.A. Smith, R.L. Bulfin Jr. and B.L. Hopkins. May: 38-44.

Impact of Safety Efforts: Intervention Effectiveness Research-Phase 2. J.M. Haight, R.E. Thomas, L.A. Smith, R.L. Bulfin Jr. and B.L. Hopkins. June: 33-37.

Product Safety and the Amusement Park Industry. D.A. Dodge. Oct.: 43-46.

Projecting the Next Decade in Safety Management: A Delphi Technique Study. S.J. Adams. Oct.:26-29.

State Workers' Compensation Reform & Workplace Safety Regulations. M.W. Smitha, K.R. Oestenstad and K.C. Brown. Dec.: 45-50.

Vanities of the Bonfire. H. Petroski. July: 20-24.

Transportation Safety

Impact of Cell Phones on Driver Safety, The. L.R. Moore and G. Moore. June: 30-32.

Safe Transport of HazMats: Complying with DOT Title 49 Regulations. P. Thomas. Mar.: 31-32.

Workplace Safety

Collision Course: When Powered Industrial Trucks Strike People & Objects. G. Swartz. Mar.: 25-30.

Compressed Gases & Systems. D.P. Dixson. Nov.: 29-34.

Conveyor Safety Requirements When Using Older Equipment. G.A. Schultz. May: 24-26.

Safety & Health in Nursing Homes: A Pennsylvania Perspective. L.H. Rhodes and D.P. Rhodes. June: 25-29.

Safety & Psychology: Where do we go From Here? D.J. Sarkus. Jan.: 18-25.

Walkway Surface Safety & Traction in the Workplace: The Rest of the Equation. S. Di Pilla. July: 25-27.

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