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July 2014

2002 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Anatomy of a Confined Space Fire. M.H. Finkel. May: 18-20.
  • Applying Systems Thinking to Safety. F.D. Pierce. June: 49-52.

B

  • Be Aware of Beryllium: Understanding the Risks to Protect Employees. W.R. Pioli. Sept.: 31-40.
  • Best Hiring Practices Aid Accident Prevention. D.P. Rhodes and L.H. Rhodes. Oct.: 46-52.
  • Business of Safety, The: An Interview with Andrew J. Razeghi. Feb.: 14-16.

C

  • Corporate Culture: A Study of Firms with Outstanding Construction Safety. K. Molenaar, H. Brown, S. Caile and R. Smith. July: 18-27.
  • Cross-Functional Improvement: Behavior-Based Safety as a Tool for Organizational Success. T.R. Krause. Aug.: 27-33.

D

  • Design Reviews: Checkpoints for Design. B.W. Main. Jan.: 27-33.
  • Distracted Driver, The: How Dangerous is "Multitasking"? G.A. Peters and B.J. Peters. Mar.: 34-40.

E

  • Emergency Response Training: How to Plan, Conduct & Evaluate for Success. R.C. Schroll. Dec.: 16-21.
  • Ergonomic Risk Factors: A Study of Heavy Earthmoving Machinery Operators. N.K. Kittusamy. Oct.: 38-45.
  • Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Office Ergonomics Program. L.A. Tiraboschi, J.E. Weiss and M.B. Blayney. Jan.: 40-44.
  • Evidence-Based Loss Control: If Not Now, When? C.R. Metzgar. Aug.: 39-43.
  • Expert Witness, The: A Primer on Your Activities. J.P. Coniglio. Jan.: 34-39.

F

  • Financial Management Concepts: Making the Bottom-Line Case for Safety. S.J. Adams. Aug.: 23-36.
  • Fire Control, Security & Rescue for Frontier Workcamps. D. Avin. June: 53-61.
  • Foundational Study for Ergonomics, A: Identifying & Controlling MSD Risks in a Hospital Setting. P.L. Yorio and L.H. Ferguson. Dec.: 36-40.

G

  • Getting a Grip on Grip Force Estimates. J.S. Casey, R.W. McGorry and P.G. Dempsey. Oct.: 18-24.
  • Getting Answers: What Can BLS Data Reveal About Disabling Injuries? T.K. Courtney and B.S. Webster. Sept.: 24-30.

I

  • Improving Safety Leadership: Using Industrial/Organizational Psychology to Enhance Safety Performance. J.H. Williams. Apr.: 43-47.
  • Incident Investigation: A Problem-Solving Process. J.E. Spear. Apr.: 25-30.
  • Instructional Objectives: Improving the Success of Safety Training. N.L. Dowling and S.H. McKinnon. Sept.: 41-44.
  • Insurance Industry as a Qualified Third-Party Auditor, The. L. Collins, J.C. Belke, M. Halpern, R.A. Katz, H.C. Kunreuther and P.J. McNulty. Apr.: 31-42.
  • In-Vehicle Cell Phones: Fatal Distraction? D.G. Curry. Mar.: 28-33.

J

  • Job Hazard Analysis: A Primer on Identifying & Controlling Hazards. G. Swartz. Nov.: 27-33.

M

  • Making the Transition from Startup to Normal Operations. C.K. Stalnaker. Nov.: 14-17.
  • Mold 101: An Overview for SH&E Professionals. M.A. Pinto and D. Janke. Aug.: 34-38.
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Comparison of Two National Research Agendas. C.F. Estill, T.J. Slavin and T.R. Waters. Sept.: 45-49.

O

  • OSHA & Ergonomics: Enforcement Under the General Duty Clause. A.L. Abrams. Sept.: 50-52.
  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Revisited: Impact of the Needlestick Safety & Prevention Act. A. Vadgama. Feb.: 42-48.
  • OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standards. A.M. Mutawe, R. Tsunehara and L.A. Glaspey. Feb.: 20-24.

R

  • Risk Assessment & Reduction: A Look at ANSI B11.TR3. R.N. Andres. Jan.: 20-26.
  • Risk Assessment Is Coming: Are You Ready? B.W. Main. July: 32-37.

S

  • Safety & the Silver Collar Worker: Are Older Workers Considered in Program Development? M.E. Findley and J.O. Bennett. May: 34-38.
  • Safety Audits: Comparing the Results of Two Studies. G. Swartz. Feb.: 25-31.
  • Safety Culture: A Model for Understanding & Quantifying a Difficult Concept. D. Cooper. June: 30-36.
  • Safety Leadership Formula: Trust + Credibility x Competence = Results. R.A. Carrillo. Mar.: 41-47.
  • Safety of Adolescent Workers, The. S.M. Smith, J.D. Gorski, C.E. Hagmann and J.S. Oakley. May: 29-33.
  • Safety Signs & Labels: Does Compliance with ANSI Z535 Increase Compliance with Warnings? S.L. Young, J.P. Frantz, T.P. Rhoades and K.R. Darnell. Sept.: 18-23.
  • SH&E at Ground Zero: A Firsthand Account. J.W. Vincoli, N.H. Black and S.C. Burkhammer. May: 21-28.
  • SH&E Auditing: Maximizing Audit Impact Using Management Systems. M.D. Hansen and J.A. Knight. Dec.: 22-29.
  • Slip Resistance: Field Measurements Using Two Modern Slipmeters. B.C. Grieser, T.P. Rhoades and R.J. Shah. June: 43-48.
  • Social Influence Principles: Fueling Participation in Occupational Safety. E.S. Geller. Oct.: 25-31.
  • State of the Art in Slip-Resistance Measurement: A Review of Current Standards. S. Di Pilla and K. Vidal. June: 37-42.

T

  • Texpert: A Tool for Safety Professionals & Design Engineers. G.L. Winn, B. Gopalakrishnan, M. Akladios, P.E. Becker, M. Carr, D.C. Black, S. Chittibabu and R.P. Premkumar. Oct.: 32-37.
  • Time to Transform? Assessing the Future of the SH&E Profession. D.C. Hill. Nov.: 18-26.
  • Too Few PhDs in Safety: A Student's Perspective. M. Behm. July: 38-40.
  • Training in Lifting: Do Good Lifting Techniques Adversely Affect Case-Handling Times? S.A. Lavender, E. Lorenz and G.B.J. Andersson. Dec.: 30-35.
  • Training Managers for a Safer Workplace: Giving Managers Tools to Better Protect Their Workers. J.F. Godbey, G. Murphy and R.E. Thomas. July: 28-31.
  • Training Transfer Strategies for the Safety Professional. D.L. Machles. Feb.: 32-34.
  • Trust Me! It's Safe! L.H. Dawson. Feb.: 35-41.

W

  • Warehouse Superstores: Hazards of Shopping in a Working Warehouse. J.M. Mroszczyk. Mar.: 18-27.
  • Welding Fume in the Workplace. H.S. Ashby. Apr.: 55-60.
  • What's an Interim Safety Manager to Do? Bridging the Gap for Safety. M.D. Magill. May: 39-41.
  • Who is Performing the Safety Function?: An Intersection of Safety & Human Resources. L.H. Rhodes and D.P. Rhodes. Apr.: 48-54.
  • Workplace Violence: 10 Tips for a Proactive Preventive Program. S.J. Smith. Nov.: 34-43.

Author Index

A

  • Abrams, Adele L. Sept.: 50-52
  • Adams, Shawn J. Aug.: 23-26
  • Akladios, Magdy Oct.: 32-37
  • Andersson, Gunnar B.J. Dec.: 30-35
  • Andres, Robert N. Jan.: 20-26
  • Ashby, H. Shane Apr.: 55-60
  • Avin, Doug June: 53-61

B

  • Becker, Paul E. Oct.: 32-37
  • Behm, Michael July: 38-40
  • Belke, James C. Apr.: 31-42
  • Bennett, James O. May: 34-38
  • Black, D. Courtney Oct.: 32-37
  • Black, Norman H. May: 21-28
  • Blayney, Michael B. Jan.: 40-44
  • Brown, Hyman July: 18-27
  • Burkhammer, Stewart C. May: 21-28

C

  • Caile, Shreve July: 18-27
  • Carr, Michael Oct.: 32-37
  • Carrillo, Rosa Antonia Mar.: 41-47
  • Casey, Jeffrey S. Oct.: 18-24
  • Chittibabu, Shekar Oct.: 32-37
  • Collins, Larry Apr.: 31-42
  • Coniglio, John P. Jan.: 34-39
  • Cooper, Dominic June: 30-36
  • Courtney, Theodore K. Sept.: 24-30
  • Curry, David G. Mar.: 28-33

D

  • Darnell, Kristin R. Sept.: 18-23
  • Dawson, Lawrence H. "Chip" Feb.: 35-41
  • Dempsey, Patrick G. Oct.: 18-24
  • Di Pilla, Steven June: 37-42
  • Dowling, Nancy Lenthe Sept.: 41-44

E

  • Estill, Cheryl Fairfield Sept.: 45-49

F

  • Ferguson, Lon H. Dec.: 36-40
  • Finkel, Martin H. May: 18-20
  • Findley, Michael E. May: 34-38
  • Frantz, J. Paul Sept.: 18-23

G

  • Geller, E. Scott Oct.: 25-31
  • Geller, E. Scott Sept.: 27-30
  • Glaspey, Lynda A. Feb.: 20-24
  • Godbey, Jessie F. July: 28-31
  • Gopalakrishnan, B. Oct.: 32-37
  • Gorski, June D. May: 29-33
  • Grieser, Brian C. June: 43-48

H

  • Hagmann, Catherine E. May: 29-33
  • Halpern, Marc Apr.: 31-42
  • Hansen, Mark D. Dec.: 22-29
  • Hill, Darryl C. Nov.: 18-26

J

  • Janke, D. Aug.: 34-38

K

  • Katz, Ruth A. Apr.: 31-42
  • Kittusamy, N. Kumar Oct.: 38-45
  • Knight, Jan A. Dec.: 22-29
  • Krause, Thomas R. Aug.: 27-33
  • Kunreuther, Howard C. Apr.: 31-42

L

  • Lavender, Steven A. Dec.: 30-35
  • Lorenz, Eric Dec.: 30-35

M

  • Machles, David L. Feb.: 32-34
  • Magill, Mark D. May: 39-41
  • Main, Bruce W. Jan.: 27-33
  • Main, Bruce W. July: 32-37
  • McGorry, Raymond W. Oct.: 18-24
  • McKinnon, Stephanie H. Sept.: 41-44
  • McNulty, Patrick J. Apr.: 31-42
  • Molenaar, Keith July: 18-27
  • Metzgar, Carl R. Aug.: 39-43
  • Mroszczyk, John M. Mar.: 18-27
  • Murphy, Greg July: 28-31
  • Mutawe, Abdalla M. Feb.: 20-24

O

  • Oakley, Jeffrey S. May: 29-33

P

  • Peters, Barbara J. Mar.: 34-40
  • Peters, George A. Mar.: 34-40
  • Pierce, F. David June: 49-52
  • Pinto, Michael A. Aug.: 34-38
  • Pioli, William R. Sept.: 31-40
  • Premkumar, Rajaarun Prasad Oct.: 32-37

R

  • Rhoades, Timothy P. June: 43-48
  • Rhoades, Timothy P. Sept.: 18-23
  • Rhodes, David P. Apr.: 48-54
  • Rhodes, David P. Oct.: 46-52
  • Rhodes, Laura H. Oct.: 46-52
  • Rhodes, Laura H. Apr.: 48-54

S

  • Schroll, R. Craig Dec.: 16-21
  • Shah, Raina J. June: 43-48
  • Slavin, Thomas J. Sept.: 45-48
  • Smith, Roger July: 18-27
  • Smith, Sarah J. Nov.: 34-43
  • Smith, Susan M. May: 29-33
  • Spear, Jerome E. Apr.: 25-30
  • Stalnaker, C. Keith Nov.: 14-17
  • Swartz, George Feb.: 25-31
  • Swartz, George Nov.: 27-33

T

  • Thomas, Robert E. July: 28-31
  • Tiraboschi, Lisa A. Jan.: 40-44
  • Tsunehara, Ronald Feb.: 20-24

V

  • Vadgama, Aruna Feb.: 42-48
  • Vidal, Keith June: 37-42
  • Vincoli, Jeffrey W. May: 21-28

W

  • Waters, Thomas R. Sept.: 45-49
  • Webster, Barbara S. Sept.: 24-30
  • Weiss, Julia E. Jan.: 40-44
  • Williams, Joshua H. Apr.: 43-47
  • Winn, Gary L. Oct.: 32-37

Y

  • Yorio, Patrick L. Dec.: 36-40
  • Young, Stephen L. Sept.: 18-23

Subject Index

Disaster Response

SH&E at Ground Zero: A Firsthand Account. J.W. Vincoli, N.H. Black and S.C. Burkhammer. May: 21-28.

Emerging Technologies

Texpert: A Tool for Safety Professionals & Design Engineers. G.L. Winn, B. Gopalakrishnan, M. Akladios, P.E. Becker, M. Carr, D.C. Black, S. Chittibabu and R.P. Premkumar. Oct.: 32-37.

Environmental Safety

Insurance Industry as a Qualified Third-Party Auditor, The: A Proposal to Improve Environmental Safety. L. Collins, J.C. Belke, M. Halpern, R.A. Katz, H.C. Kunreuther and P.J. McNulty. Apr.: 31-42.

Ergonomics

Evaluating the Effectiveness of an Office Ergonomics Program. L.A. Tiraboschi, J.E. Weiss and M.B. Blayney. Jan.: 40-44.

Getting a Grip on Grip Force Estimates: A Valuable Tool for Ergonomic Evaluations. J.S. Casey, R.W. McGorry and P.G. Dempsey. Oct.: 18-24.

Training in Lifting: Do Good Lifting Techniques Adversely Affect Case-Handling Times? S.A. Lavender, E. Lorenz and G.B.J. Andersson. Dec.: 30-35.

Training Managers for a Safer Workplace: Giving Managers Tools to Better Protect Their Workers. J.F. Godbey, G. Murphy and R.E. Thomas. July: 28-31.

Healthcare/Health Hazards

Be Aware of Beryllium: Understanding the Risks to Protect Employees. W.R. Pioli. Sept.: 31-40.

Foundational Study for Ergonomics, A: Controlling MSD Risks in a Hospital Setting. P.L. Yorio and L.H. Ferguson. Dec.: 36-40.

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard Revisited: Impact of the Needlestick Safety & Prevention Act. A. Vadgama. Feb.: 42-48.

Other Voices

Evidence-Based Loss Control: If Not Now, When? C.R. Metzgar. Aug.: 39-43.

Too Few PhDs in Safety: A Student's Perspective on a Growing Professional Need. M. Behm. July: 38-40.

What's an Interim Safety Manager to Do? Bridging the Gap for Safety. M.D. Magill. May: 39-41.

Public Safety

Distracted Driver, The: How Dangerous is "Multitasking"? G.A. Peters and B.J. Peters. Mar.: 34-40.

In-Vehicle Cell Phones: Fatal Distraction? D.G. Curry. Mar.: 28-33.

Safety Signs & Labels: Does Compliance with ANSI Z535 Increase Compliance with Warnings? S.L. Young, J.P. Frantz, T.P. Rhoades and K.R. Darnell. Sept.: 18-23.

Warehouse Superstores: Hazards of Shopping in a Working Warehouse. J.M. Mroszczyk. Mar.: 18-27.

Research

Anatomy of a Confined Space Fire. M.H. Finkel. May: 18-20.

Corporate Culture: A Study of Firms with Outstanding Construction Safety. K. Molenaar, H. Brown, S. Caile and R. Smith. July: 18-27.

Ergonomic Risk Factors: A Study of Heavy Earthmoving Machinery Operators. N.K. Kittusamy. Oct.: 38-45.

Getting Answers: What Can BLS Data Reveal About Disabling Injuries? T.K. Courtney and B.S. Webster. Sept.: 24-30.

Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Comparison of Two National Research Agendas. C.F. Estill, T.J. Slavin and T.R. Waters. Sept.: 45-49.

Safety Audits: Comparing the Results of Two Studies. G. Swartz. Feb.: 25-31.

Risk Management

Risk Assessment & Reduction: A Look at the Impact of ANSI B11.TR3. R.N. Andres. Jan.: 20-26.

Risk Assessment Is Coming: Are You Ready? Understanding the Risk Assessment Process & Its Benefits. B.W. Main. July: 32-37.

Safety Management

Applying Systems Thinking to Safety. F.D. Pierce. June: 49-52.

Best Hiring Practices Aid Accident Prevention: Fewer Accidents Lead to Lower Workers' Compensation Costs. D.P. Rhodes and L.H. Rhodes. Oct.: 46-52.

Business of Safety, The: Are You Relevant? An Interview with Andrew J. Razeghi. Feb.: 14-16.

Cross-Functional Improvement: Behavior-Based Safety as a Tool for Organizational Success. T.R. Krause. Aug.: 27-33.

Design Reviews: Checkpoints for Design. B.W. Main. Jan.: 27-33.

Expert Witness, The: A Primer on Your Activities. J.P. Coniglio. Jan.: 34-39.

Financial Management Concepts: Making the Bottom-Line Case for Safety. S.J. Adams. Aug.: 23-36.

Improving Safety Leadership: Using Industrial/Organizational Psychology to Enhance Safety Performance. J.H. Williams. Apr.: 43-47.

Incident Investigation: A Problem-Solving Process. J.E. Spear. Apr.: 25-30.

OSHA & Ergonomics: Enforcement Under the General Duty Clause. A.L. Abrams. Sept.: 50-52.

OSHA's Lockout/Tagout Standards: A Review of Key Requirements. A.M. Mutawe, R. Tsunehara and L.A. Glaspey. Feb.: 20-24.

Safety Culture: A Model for Understanding & Quantifying a Difficult Concept. D. Cooper. June: 30-36.

Safety Leadership Formula: Trust + Credibility x Competence = Results. R.A. Carrillo. Mar.: 41-47.

SH&E Auditing: Maximizing Audit Impact Using Management Systems. M.D. Hansen and J.A. Knight. Dec.: 22-29.

Social Influence Principles: Fueling Participation in Occupational Safety. E.S. Geller. Oct.: 25-31.

Time to Transform? Assessing the Future of the SH&E Profession. D.C. Hill. Nov.: 18-26.

Special Populations

Safety & the Silver Collar Worker: Are Older Workers Considered in Program Development? M.E. Findley and J.O. Bennett. May: 34-38.

Safety of Adolescent Workers, The: A New Challenge for Employers. S.M. Smith, J.D. Gorski, C.E. Hagmann and J.S. Oakley. May: 29-33.

Training/Education

Emergency Response Training: How to Plan, Conduct & Evaluate for Success. R.C. Schroll. Dec.: 16-21.

Instructional Objectives: Improving the Success of Safety Training. N.L. Dowling and S.H. McKinnon. Sept.: 41-44.

Training Transfer Strategies for the Safety Professional. D.L. Machles. Feb.: 32-34.

Who is Performing the Safety Function?: An Intersection of Safety & Human Resources. L.H. Rhodes and D.P. Rhodes. Apr.: 48-54.

Workplace Safety

Fire Control, Security & Rescue for Frontier Workcamps. D. Avin. June: 53-61.

Job Hazard Analysis: A Primer on Identifying & Controlling Hazards. G. Swartz. Nov.: 27-33.

Making the Transition from Startup to Normal Operations. C.K. Stalnaker. Nov.: 14-17.

Mold 101: An Overview for SH&E Professionals. M.A. Pinto and D. Janke. Aug.: 34-38.

Slip Resistance: Field Measurements Using Two Modern Slipmeters. B.C. Grieser, T.P. Rhoades and R.J. Shah. June: 43-48.

State of the Art in Slip-Resistance Measurement: A Review of Current Standards & Continuing Developments. S. Di Pilla and K. Vidal. June: 37-42.

Trust Me! It's Safe! L.H. Dawson. Feb.: 35-41.

Welding Fume in the Workplace. H.S. Ashby. Apr.: 55-60.

Workplace Violence: 10 Tips for a Proactive Preventive Program. S.J. Smith. Nov.: 34-43

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