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September 2014

2003 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Analyzing a Fatal Crane Accident. W. Johnson and R. Rautiainen. Jan.: 16-20.
  • Asbestos Abatement: Innovation Drastically Reduces Construction Duration. C. Zanoni and K. Singh. Jan.: 33-36.
  • Asbestos: "Second Wind" Brings Contaminant Back into Public Eye. J.C. Camplin. Aug.: 32-39.
  • Assessing a Fatal HAZRIN: A Case Study with Links to Chaos & Complexity. W.M. Montante. Mar.: 26-31.

B

  • Backup Alarms: Preventing Injuries Caused by Reversing Vehicles. V.A. Gallagher. Jan.: 28-32.
  • Behavioral Safety Theory: Understanding the Theoretical Foundation. S.E. Johnson. Oct.: 39-44.
  • Building a Solar House: An Exercise in Safety Education & Experience. J. Davis and F. Hayati. May: 24-28.

C

  • Carbon Monoxide & Houseboats. K.H. Dunn, S.A. Shulman, G.S. Earnest, R.M. Hall, J.B. McCammon and R.E. McCleery. Nov.: 47-57.
  • Controlling Risk Taking Among Firefighters: Identifying Key Attributes for an Incident Commander. D.L. Fender. July: 14-18.
  • Culture & Leadership: Seven Key Points for Improved Safety Performance. E. Blair. June: 18-22.

D

  • Depression: The Hidden Workplace Illness. E. Lanier. Oct.: 27-30.

E

  • Electronic Procurement & Tracking of Chemicals. J.L. Behar and J. Houseman. Aug.: 27-31.
  • Emergency Without Precedent, An: Protecting Safety & Health of Workers at Fresh Kills Landfill. L. DeNenno. July: 27-29.
  • Emerging Management School of Safety, The: SH&E Professionals Must Develop Business Skills to Succeed. S.J. Adams. Sept.: 18-21.
  • Environmental Site Assessments: A Primer for SH&E Professionals. M.D. Hansen and G.W. Gammel. Feb.: 37-44.
  • Ergonomics Rulemaking: Dissecting OSHA's Cost-Benefit Analysis Offers Insight for Future Rulemaking. D.C. Seo and E. Blair. Apr.: 37-43.
  • ErgoStat Program, The: Pilot Study of an Ergonomic Intervention to Reduce Static Loads for Caregivers. A. Brinkhoff and N. Knibbe. May: 32-39.

F

  • Fleet Safety: Protecting Drivers & the Bottom Line. J.L. McKillips. Oct.: 22-26.

H

  • Human Error: A Closer Look at Safety's Next Frontier. D. Petersen. Dec.: 25-32.
  • Human Error & the Challenges of an Aging Workforce. J.M. Haight. Dec.: 18-24.

I

  • Injury Prevention in an Aging Workforce: Strategies for Integrating Safety, Fitness & Supervisor Leadership. F.S. Drennan and D. Richey. Sept.: 29-38.

L

  • Low English Proficiency & Increased Injury Rates: Causal or Associated? A Case Study. F.D. Pierce. Aug.: 40-45.

M

  • Mold Risk Assessment & Remediation: Proactive Management, Prompt Action Reduce Risks. D.P. Mahoney and J.E. Spear. Aug.: 20-26.
  • Multisite Success with Systematic BBS: A Case Study. B. Chandler and T.A. Huntebrinker. June: 33-40.
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: Case Studies Involving Cardiac Echosonographers. M. Swinker and S.B. Randall. Mar.: 40-44.

O

  • OS&H Internships: What Graduates Are Saying About Their Experience. C.W. McGlothlin Jr. June: 41-50.
  • Out of the Box Approach to Mine Safety: Focus on Construction, Maintenance & Repair Activities. K.M. Kowalski and L.L. Rethi. Jan.: 21-27.

P

  • People-Based Safety: Improving Employees' Attitudes & Organizational Culture. J.H. Williams. Feb.: 32-36.
  • People-Based Safety: The Psychology of Actively Caring. E.S. Geller. Dec.: 33-43.
  • Product Liability Risk Control: Seven Keys to Success. K.E. Ryan. Feb.: 20-25.
  • Psychology, Risk & Safety: Understanding How Personality & Perception Influence Risk Taking. D. Cooper. Nov.: 39-46.

R

  • Restaurant Hazards: Practice-Based Approaches to Disabling Occupational Injuries. A.J. Filiaggi and T.K. Courtney. May: 18-23.

S

  • Safety & Environmental Management System Assessment: A Tool for Evaluating & Improving SH&E Performance. D.E. Downs. Nov.: 31-38.
  • Safety in the Food Processing Industry: An Observational Assessment of Hazards from the State of Washington. M. Cohen, C. Connon and B. Silverstein. Nov.: 20-30.
  • Safety Man Cometh, The: Improving the Perception of Safety in the Roofing Industry. R.D. Mundy. Dec.: 44-46.
  • Safety Network, The: Strategies for Building an Effective Company Resource. J.E. LaBelle. Apr.: 25-29.
  • Safety Process Analysis: Improving Safety Results with Process Flowcharts & Maps. J.B. ReVelle. July: 19-26.
  • Safety Through Design: Helping Design Engineers Answer 10 Key Questions. W.C. Christensen. Mar.: 32-39.
  • Selecting an Effective BBS Process: Fundamental Elements Should Guide Decision Making. P.W. Hurst and W.L. Palya. Sept.: 39-41.
  • Severe Injury Potential: Addressing an Often-Overlooked Safety Management Element. F.A. Manuele. Feb.: 26-31.
  • SH&E Life-Cycle Cost Model: An Internal Study from the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, Part 1. A. Veltri, D. Dance and M. Nave. June: 23-32.
  • SH&E Life-Cycle Cost Model: An Internal Study from the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, Part 2. A. Veltri, D. Dance and M. Nave. July: 30-36.
  • Situated Learning: New Approach to SH&E Training Focuses on Learning. D. Machles. Sept.: 22-28.

T

  • Telecommuting: Managing the Safety of Workers in Home Office Environments. M.M. Robertson, W.S. Maynard and J.R. McDevitt. Apr.: 30-36.
  • Terrorism: Assessing the Risk & Minimizing Exposure. B.T. Bennett. Oct.: 31-38.
  • Trucking Security: Managing Freight Movement in a New Era. K.E. Julian. Apr.: 20-24.

U

  • Understanding Crisis Management: Risk Assessment & Planning Are Key to Effective Response. S.E. NyBlom. Mar.: 18-25.

W

  • When Is It Time to Worry About Clustering? A Poisson Distribution Tutorial for SH&E Professionals. P.L. Clemens. May: 29-31.

Author Index

A

  • Adams, Shawn J. Sept.: 18-21

B

  • Behar, Jeff L. Aug.: 27-31
  • Bennett, Brian T. Oct.: 31-38
  • Blair, Earl Apr.: 37-43
  • Blair, Earl June: 18-22
  • Brinkhoff, Amelieke May: 32-39

C

  • Camplin, Jeffery C. Aug.: 32-39
  • Chandler, Byron June: 33-40
  • Christensen, Wayne C. Mar.: 32-39
  • Clemens, Pat L. May: 29-31
  • Cohen, Martin Nov.: 20-30
  • Connon, Catherine Nov.: 20-30
  • Cooper, Dominic Nov.: 39-46
  • Courtney, Theodore K. May: 18-23

D

  • Dance, Daren June: 23-32
  • Dance, Daren July: 30-36
  • Davis, Jerry May: 24-28
  • DeNenno, Linda July: 27-29
  • Drennan, Fred S. Sept.: 29-38
  • Downs, David E. Nov.: 31-38
  • Dunn, Kevin H. Nov.: 47-57

E

  • Earnest, G.S. Nov.: 47-57

F

  • Fender, David L. July: 14-18
  • Filiaggi, Alfred J. May: 18-23

G

  • Gallagher, Vincent A. Jan.: 28-32
  • Gammel, Gerald W. Feb.: 37-45
  • Geller, E. Scott Dec.: 33-43

H

  • Haight, Joel M. Dec.: 18-24
  • Hall, Ronald M. Nov.: 47-57
  • Hansen, Mark D. Feb.: 37-45
  • Hayati, Fazel May: 24-28
  • Houseman, John Aug.: 27-31
  • Huntebrinker, Thomas A. June: 33-40
  • Hurst, Philip W. Sept.: 39-41

J

  • Johnson, Stephen E. Oct.: 39-44
  • Johnson, Wayne Jan.: 16-20
  • Julian, Kerry E. Apr.: 20-24

K

  • Knibbe, Nico May: 32-39
  • Kowalski, Kathleen M. Jan.: 21-27

L

  • LaBelle, Jeffery E. Apr.: 25-29
  • Lanier, Eric Oct.: 27-30

M

  • Machles, David Sept.: 22-28
  • Mahoney, Daniel P. Aug.: 20-26
  • Manuele, Fred A. Feb.: 26-31
  • Maynard, Wayne S. Apr.: 30-36
  • McCammon, Jane B. Nov.: 47-57
  • McCleery, Robert E. Nov.: 47-57
  • McDevitt, Jamie R. Apr.: 30-36
  • McGlothlin Jr., Charles W. June: 41-50
  • McKillips, Joseph L. Oct.: 22-26
  • Montante, William M. Mar.: 26-31
  • Mundy, Randall D. Dec.: 44-46

N

  • Nave, Michael June: 23-32
  • Nave, Michael July: 30-36
  • NyBlom, Steven E. Mar.: 18-25

P

  • Palya, William L. Sept.: 39-41
  • Petersen, D. Dec.: 25-32
  • Pierce, F.D. Aug.: 40-45

R

  • Randall, Stephen B. Mar.: 40-44
  • Rautiainen, Risto Jan.: 16-20
  • Rethi, Lynn L. Jan.: 21-27
  • ReVelle, Jack B. July: 19-26
  • Richey, David Sept.: 29-38
  • Robertson, Michelle M. Apr.: 30-36
  • Ryan, Kenneth E. Feb.: 20-25

S

  • Seo, Dong-Chul Apr.: 37-43
  • Shulman, Stanley A. Nov.: 47-57
  • Silverstein, Barbara Nov.: 20-30
  • Singh, Karamjit Jan.: 33-36
  • Spear, Jerome E. Aug.: 20-26
  • Swinker, Marian Mar.: 40-44

V

  • Veltri, Anthony June: 23-32
  • Veltri, Anthony July: 30-36

W

  • Williams, Joshua H. Feb.: 32-36

Z

  • Zanoni, Christopher Jan.: 33-36

Subject Index

Accident Causation

Assessing a Fatal HAZRIN: A Case Study with Links to Chaos & Complexity. W.M. Montante. Mar.: 26-31.

Business of Safety

SH&E Life-Cycle Cost Model: An Internal Study from the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, Part 1. A. Veltri, D. Dance and M. Nave. June: 23-32.

SH&E Life-Cycle Cost Model: An Internal Study from the Semiconductor Manufacturing Industry, Part 2. A. Veltri, D. Dance and M. Nave. July: 30-36.

Behavior-Based Safety

Behavioral Safety Theory: Understanding the Theoretical Foundation. S.E. Johnson. Oct.: 39-44.

Human Error: A Closer Look at Safety's Next Frontier. D. Petersen. Dec.: 25-32.

Multisite Success with Systematic BBS: A Case Study. B. Chandler and T.A. Huntebrinker. June: 33-40.

Crisis Management

Understanding Crisis Management: Risk Assessment & Planning Are Key. S.E. NyBlom. Mar.: 18-25.

Cost Analysis

Ergonomics Rulemaking: Dissecting OSHA's Cost-Benefit Analysis Offers Insight for Future Rulemaking. D.C. Seo and E. Blair. Apr.: 37-43.

Construction Safety

Building a Solar House: An Exercise in Safety Education & Experience. J. Davis and F. Hayati. May: 24-28.

Ergonomics

ErgoStat Program, The: Pilot Study of an Ergonomic Intervention to Reduce Static Loads for Caregivers. A. Brinkhoff and N. Knibbe. May: 32-39.

Emergency Response

Emergency Without Precedent, An: Protecting the Safety & Health of Workers at the Fresh Kills Landfill. L. DeNenno. July: 27-29.

Engineering Safety

Carbon Monoxide & Houseboats. K.H. Dunn, S.A. Shulman, G.S. Earnest, R.M. Hall, J.B. McCammon and R.E. McCleery. Nov.: 47-57.

Environmental Safety

Environmental Site Assessments: A Primer for SH&E Professionals. M.D. Hansen and G.W. Gammel. Feb.: 37-44.

Employee Safety

Telecommuting: Managing the Safety of Workers in Home Office Environments. M.M. Robertson, W.S. Maynard and J.R. McDevitt. Apr.: 30-36.

Health Hazards

Asbestos: "Second Wind" Brings Contaminant Back into Public Eye. J.C. Camplin. Aug.: 32-39.

Mold Risk Assessment & Remediation: Proactive Management, Prompt Action Reduce Risks. D.P. Mahoney and J.E. Spear. Aug.: 20-26.

Hazardous Materials

Electronic Procurement & Tracking of Chemicals: Systems Ensure Safety & Improve Efficiency. J.L. Behar and J. Houseman. Aug.: 27-31.

Health & Wellness

Depression: The Hidden Workplace Illness. E. Lanier. Oct.: 27-30.

Hazard Analysis

Severe Injury Potential: Addressing an Often-Overlooked Safety Management Element. F.A. Manuele. Feb.: 26-31.

Incident Investigation

When Is It Time to Worry About Clustering? A Poisson Distribution Tutorial for SH&E Professionals. P.L. Clemens. May: 29-31.

Analyzing a Fatal Crane Accident: Investigation Reveals Practical Preventive Measures. W. Johnson and R. Rautiainen. Jan.: 16-20.

Incident Command

Controlling Risk Taking Among Firefighters: Identifying Key Attributes for an Incident Commander. D.L. Fender. July: 14-18.

Literature Review

Human Error & the Challenges of an Aging Workforce: Considerations for Improving Workplace Safety. J.M. Haight. Dec.: 18-24.

Mine Safety

Out of the Box Approach to Mine Safety: Focus on Construction, Maintenance & Repair Activities. K.M. Kowalski and L.L. Rethi. Jan.: 21-27.

Occupational Safety

Musculoskeletal Disorders: Case Studies Involving Cardiac Echosonographers.
M. Swinker and S.B. Randall. Mar.: 40-44.

Other Voices

Safety Man Cometh, The: Improving the Perception of Safety in the Roofing Industry. R.D. Mundy. Dec.: 44-46.

People-Based Safety

People-Based Safety: The Psychology of Actively Caring. E.S. Geller. Dec.: 33-43.

Program Development

Safety Through Design: Helping Design Engineers Answer 10 Key Questions. W.C. Christensen. Mar.: 32-39.

Safety Process Analysis: Improving Safety Results with Process Flowcharts & Maps. J.B. ReVelle. July: 19-26.

Selecting an Effective BBS Process: Fundamental Elements Should Guide Decision Making. P.W. Hurst and W.L. Palya. Sept.: 39-41.

Fleet Safety: Protecting Drivers & the Bottom Line. J.L. McKillips. Oct.: 22-26.

Professional Development

Emerging Management School of Safety, The: SH&E Professionals Must Develop Business Skills to Succeed. S.J. Adams. Sept.: 18-21.

OS&H Internships: What Graduates Are Saying About Their Experience. C.W. McGlothlin Jr. June: 41-50.

Performance Improvement

Safety & Environmental Management System Assessment: A Tool for Evaluating & Improving SH&E Performance. D.E. Downs. Nov.: 31-38.

Project Management

Asbestos Abatement: Innovation Drastically Reduces Construction Duration. C. Zanoni and K. Singh. Jan.: 33-36.

Product Safety

Product Liability Risk Control: Seven Keys to Success. K.E. Ryan. Feb.: 20-25.

Risk Management

Psychology, Risk & Safety: Understanding How Personality & Perception Can Influence Risk Taking. D. Cooper. Nov.: 39-46.

Safety Research

Safety in the Food Processing Industry: An Observational Assessment of Hazards from the State of Washington. M. Cohen, C. Connon and B. Silverstein. Nov.: 20-30.

Safety Management

People-Based Safety: Improving Employees' Attitudes & Organizational Culture. J.H. Williams. Feb.: 32-36.

Safety Network, The: Strategies for Building an Effective Company Resource. J.E. LaBelle. Apr.: 25-29.

Safety Performance

Culture & Leadership: Seven Key Points for Improved Safety Performance.
E. Blair. June: 18-22.

Systems Thinking

Low English Proficiency & Increased Injury Rates: Causal or Associated? A Case Study. F.D. Pierce. Aug.: 40-45.

Security

Terrorism: Assessing the Risk of WMD & Minimizing Exposure. B.T. Bennett. Oct.: 31-38.

Training

Situated Learning: New Approach to SH&E Training Focuses on Learning.
D. Machles. Sept.: 22-28.

Team Development

Injury Prevention in an Aging Workforce: Strategies for Integrating Safety, Fitness
& Supervisor Leadership. F.S. Drennan and D. Richey. Sept.: 29-38.

Transportation Safety

Trucking Security: Managing Freight Movement in a New Era. K.E. Julian. Apr.: 20-24.

Workplace Safety

People-Based Safety: The Psychology of Actively Caring. E.S. Geller. Dec.: 33-43.

Restaurant Hazards: Practice-Based Approaches to Disabling Occupational Injuries. A.J. Filiaggi and T.K. Courtney. May: 18-23.

Vehicle Safety

Backup Alarms: Preventing Injuries Caused by Reversing Vehicles. V.A. Gallagher. Jan.: 28-32.

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