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2004 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • All Controls Are Not Created Equal: Thermal Cutoffs Require Extra Consideration. A. DeIonno. Oct.: 47-50.
  • Asbestos as a Work Hazard: Determining What Was Known & When. W.P. Ringo. Oct.: 51-56.
  • Assessing SH&E Research: Key Principles & Practical Strategies Improve Understanding. E.S. Geller. Sep.: 22-29.

B

  • Beauty of Intervention, The: Kitty Genovese Story Is a Call to Action for SH&E Professionals. J.V. Kulis. Sept.: 41-43.
  • Behavior-Based Safety Coaching: 10 Guidelines for Successful Application. E.S. Geller, S.R. Perdue and A. French. July: 42-49.
  • Belt Conveyor Safety: Understanding the Hazards. L. Giraud, S. Masse and L. Schreiber. Nov.: 20-26.

C

  • Commercial Kitchen Fires. J.G. Gallup. Aug.: 28-31.
  • Computer Ergonomics Programs: Risk-Based Approaches Maximize Their Impact. H. McDermott, K. Lopez and B. Weiss. June: 34-39.
  • Conveyor Safety: Task Analysis Procedure Helps Identify, Reduce Risks. G.A. Schultz. Aug.: 24-27.
  • Corrective Action Programs: Fixing Safety Problems & Keeping Them Fixed. J.J. Loud. Dec.: 32-36.
  • Cost of Safety, The: Cost Analysis Model. M. Behm, A. Veltri and I.K. Kleinsorge. Apr.: 22-29.

D

  • Directing the SH&E Function. J.R. Harf. Apr.: 41-45.

E

  • Effective Safety Incentives: A Pilot Program Based on Risk Reduction. E.J. Sheehy. Feb.: 40-49.
  • Elements of a Travel Safety Program: Tips for Crossing Distance Safely. W.R. Coffey. Jan.: 41-45.
  • Evaluation of a Decking Fall Protection System. D.M. Paine and M. McCann. June: 40-43.

H

  • Hand-Intensive Jobs: Effectively Evaluating Risk Levels. S. Bao. Jan.: 28-34.

I

  • Influencing the Behavior of Senior Leadership: What Makes a Great Safety Leader? T.R. Krause. June: 29-33.
  • Injuries & the Experienced Worker: "He Was Too Experienced to Have Done That." D.G. Curry, R.D. Quinn, D.R. Atkins and T.C.G. Carlson Sept.: 30-34.
  • Injury Ratios: An Alternative Approach for Safety Professionals. F.A. Manuele. Feb.: 22-30.
  • Is a Major Accident about to Occur in Your Operations? Lessons to Learn from the Space Shuttle Columbia Explosion. F.A. Manuele. May: 22-28.
  • Integrated Hazards Analysis. S.R. Trammell, D.K. Lorenze and B.J. Davis. May: 29-37.

J

  • Journey to a Definition of Chance: The Role of Chance in Accident Causation. W.M. Montante. Aug.: 36-40.

L

  • Latino Workers in the Construction Industry: Overcoming the Language Barrier Improves Safety. R.F. Vazquez and C.K. Stalnaker. June: 24-28.
  • Leadership & Safety Excellence: A Positive Culture Drives Performance. D. Petersen. Oct.: 28-37.
  • Leadership Without Authority: The Examples Set by Dr. Alice Hamilton. S.M. D'Orsie. Aug.: 32-35.
  • LEL Monitoring During Hazard Surveys for Issuance of Hot Work Permits.
    S.P. Levine and J.R. Thornton. Feb.: 31-39.

M

  • Machine Safeguarding: Building a Successful Program. S.M. McConnell. Jan.: 18-27.
  • Medication Errors: Lessons Learned & Actions Needed. W.N. Kelly. July: 35-41.
  • Mold Clean-Up Projects: Post-Remediation Criteria Are Crucial to Success. M.A. Pinto, M. Davis and S. Eager. Nov.: 42-50.
  • Mold Contamination Cases: Creating a Standard of Care for Technical Assessment & Support. K.E. Anderson. Sept.: 35-40.

N

  • Needlestick Injuries: The Scope of the Problem & Possible Solutions. J.D. Ramsay. Dec.: 20-25.

P

  • Preventing HAVS in the Workplace: Identifying Risk of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome. C.A. Janicak. Jan.: 35-40.
  • Professional Certification: Its Value to SH&E Practitioners & the Profession. P.S. Adams, R.L. Brauer, B. Karas, T.F. Bresnahan and H. Murphy. Dec.: 26-31.
  • Protecting First Responders: Analyzing PPE Guidelines Distributed at the WTC & Pentagon. W.A. Groves, R.V. Ramani, M.C. Radomsky and J.P. Flick. Nov.: 31-41.
  • Public Safety: Assessing Risks of Hydroelectric Power-Generating Facilities. J.F.K. Froats and B. Tanaka. May: 41-49.

R

  • Risk Assessment: A Review of the Fundamental Principles. B.W. Main. Dec.: 37-47.

S

  • Safety at Fort Dearborn Co.: Transforming from "Most Wanted" to Best in Class. M. Saujani and N. Adler. Mar.: 25-31.
  • Safety Climate: Assessing Management & Organizational Influences on Safety. D.M. DeJoy, R.R.M. Gershon and B.S. Schaffer. July: 50-57.
  • Safety Incentives: A Study of Their Effectiveness in Construction. P.M. Goodrum and M. Gangwar. July: 24-34.
  • Safety Program Elements in Construction: Which Ones Best Prevent Injuries, Control Costs? M. Findley S. Smith, T. Kress, G. Petty and K. Enoch. Feb.: 14-21.
  • SARS: Preventive Plans Key to Managing Health Risk in a Construction Environment in China. D.W. Moore. Mar.: 18-24.
  • SH&E Professional, The: Leader & Change Agent. A.J. DeRose. Mar.: 40-43.
    Secondary Dust Explosions: Lessons from the Plastics Processing Industry. D.K. Hayden. Nov.: 27-30.
  • Setting a Practical Injury-Rate Goal. P.L. Clemens. May: 38-40.
  • Six Sigma: Problem-Solving Techniques Create Safer, Healthier Worksites. J.B. ReVelle. Oct.: 38-46.

T

  • 2004 ASSE Compensation Survey: A Summary Report. Oct.: 26-27.

U

  • Uninspected Vessel Sector, The: The Chao v. Mallard Bay Decision. J.D. Beech. Apr.: 30-34.
  • Uninspected Vessel Sector, The: Practical Considerations of OSHA Compliance. J.D. Beech. Apr.: 35-40.

V

  • VX Nerve Agent, The: Understanding the Risks of a Deadly Threat. G.R. Sugg. Mar.: 32-39.

Author Index

A

  • Adams, Paul S. Dec.: 26-31
  • Adler, Nick Mar.: 25-31
  • Anderson, Kim E. Sept.: 35-40
  • Atkins, David R. Sept.: 30-34

B

  • Bao, Stephen Jan.: 28-34
  • Beech, Jeffrey D. Apr.: 30-34
  • Beech, Jeffrey D. Apr.: 35-40
  • Behm, Michael Apr.: 22-29
  • Brauer, Roger L. Dec.: 26-31
  • Bresnahan, Thomas F. Dec.: 26-31

C

  • Carlson, Tage C.G. Sept.: 30-34
  • Clemens, Pat L. May: 38-40
  • Coffey, William R. Jan.: 41-45
  • Curry, David G. Sept.: 30-34

D

  • Davis, Brett J. May: 29-37
  • Davis, Mike Nov.: 42-50
  • DeIonno, Andrew Oct.: 47-50
  • DeJoy, David M. July: 50-57
  • DeRose, A.J. Mar.: 40-43
  • D'Orsie, Sharon M. Aug.: 32-35

E

  • Eager, Sara Nov.: 42-50
  • Enoch, Kim Feb.: 14-21

F

  • Findley, Michael Feb.: 14-21
  • Flick, Joseph P. Nov.: 31-41
  • French, Anne July: 42-49
  • Froats, J.F. Kim May: 41-48

G

  • Gallup, James G. Aug.: 28-31
  • Gangwar, Manish July: 24-34
  • Geller, E. Scott July: 42-49
  • Geller, E. Scott Sept.: 22-29
  • Gershon, Robyn R.M. July: 50-57
  • Giraud, Laurent Nov.: 20-26
  • Goodrum, Paul M. July: 24-34
  • Groves, Williams A. Nov.: 31-41

H

  • Harf, Jay R. Apr.: 41-45
  • Hayden, Donald K. Nov.: 27-30

J

  • Janicak, Christopher A. Jan.: 35-40
  • Jervis, Susan Sept.: 18-23

K

  • Karas, Bruce Dec.: 26-31
  • Kelly, William N. July: 35-41
  • Kress, Tyler Feb.: 14-21
  • Kleinsorge, Ilene K. Apr.: 22-29
  • Krause, Thomas R. June: 29-33
  • Kulis, James V. Sept.: 41-43

L

  • Levine, Steven P. Feb.: 31-39
  • Lopez, Kimberly June: 34-39
  • Lorenzo, Donald K. May: 29-37
  • Loud, James J. Dec.: 32-36

M

  • Main, Bruce W. Dec.: 37-47
  • Manuele, Fred Feb.: 22-30
  • Manuele, Fred May: 22-28
  • Masse, Serge Nov.: 20-26
  • McCann, Michael June: 40-43
  • McConnell, Stephen M. Jan.: 18-27
  • McDermott, Hank June: 34-39
  • Montante, William M. Aug.: 36-40
  • Moore, David W. Mar.: 18-24
  • Murphy, Heather Dec.: 26-31

P

  • Paine, Daniel M. June: 40-43
  • Perdue, Sherry P. July: 42-49
  • Petersen, Dan Oct.: 28-37
  • Petty, Gregory Feb.: 14-21
  • Pinto, Michael A. Nov.: 42-50

Q

  • Quinn, Robert D. Sept.: 30-34

R

  • Radomsky, Mark C. Nov.: 31-41
  • Ramani, Raja V. Nov.: 31-41
  • Ramsay, James D. Dec.: 20-25
  • ReVelle, Jack B. Oct.: 38-46
  • Ringo, William P. Oct.: 51-56

S

  • Saujani, Michael Mar.: 25-31
  • Schaffer, Bryan S. July: 50-57
  • Schreiber, Luc Nov.: 20-26
  • Schultz, George A. Aug.: 24-27
  • Sheehy, Edward J. Feb.: 40-49
  • Smith, Susan Feb.: 14-21
  • Stalnaker, C. Keith June: 24-28
  • Sugg, Geary Randall Mar.: 32-39

T

  • Thornton, James R. Feb.: 31-39
  • Trammell, Steven R. May: 29-37
  • Tanaka, B. May: 41-48

V

  • Veltri, Anthony Apr.: 22-29

W

  • Weiss, Brett June: 34-39

Subject Index

ASSE Foundation Research

Safety Incentives: A Study of Their Effectiveness in Construction. P.M. Goodrum and M. Gangwar. July: 24-34.

Business of Safety

Cost of Safety, The: Cost Analysis Model. M. Behm, A. Veltri and I.K. Kleinsorge. Apr.: 22-29.

Compliance

Uninspected Vessel Sector, The: The Chao v. Mallard Bay Decision. J.D. Beech. Apr.: 30-34.

Uninspected Vessel Sector, The: Practical Considerations of OSHA Compliance. J.D. Beech. Apr.: 35-40.

Construction Safety

Evaluation of a Decking Fall Protection System. D.M. Paine and M. McCann. June: 40-43.

Continuous Improvement

Six Sigma: Problem-Solving Techniques Create Safer, Healthier Worksites. J.B. ReVelle. Oct.: 38-46.

Emergency Response

Protecting First Responders: Analyzing PPE Guidelines Distributed at the WTC & Pentagon. W.A. Groves, R.V. Ramani, M.C. Radomsky and J.P. Flick. Nov.: 31-41.

Employee Health

SARS: Preventive Plans Key to Managing Health Risk in a Construction Environment in China. D.W. Moore. Mar.: 18-24.

Environmental Health

Mold Contamination Cases: Creating a Standard of Care for Technical Assessment & Support. K.E. Anderson. Sept.: 35-40.

Ergonomics

Hand-Intensive Jobs: Effectively Evaluating Risk Levels. S. Bao. Jan.: 28-34.

Computer Ergonomics Programs: Risk-Based Approaches Maximize Their Impact. H. McDermott, K. Lopez and B. Weiss. June: 34-39.

Fire Safety

Commercial Kitchen Fires. J.G. Gallup. Aug.: 28-31.

Hazard Analysis

Public Safety: Assessing Risks of Hydroelectric Power-Generating Facilities. J.F.K. Froats and B. Tanaka. May: 41-49.

Hazard Assessment

Is a Major Accident about to Occur in Your Operations? Lessons to Learn for the Space Shuttle Columbia Explosion. F.A. Manuele. May 22-28.

Hazard Identification

Preventing HAVS in the Workplace: Identifying Risk of Hand-Arm Vibration Syndrome. C.A. Janicak. Jan.: 35-40.

Hazard Awareness

Secondary Dust Explosions: Lessons from the Plastics Processing Industry. D.K. Hayden. Nov.: 27-30.

Asbestos as a Work Hazard: Determining What Was Known & When. W.P. Ringo. Oct.: 51-56.

Healthcare Issues

Medication Errors: Lessons Learned & Actions Needed. W.N. Kelly. July 35-41.

Human Factors

Injuries & the Experienced Worker: "He Was Too Experienced to Have Done That." D.G. Curry, R.D. Quinn, D.R. Atkins and T.C.G. Carlson. Sept. 30-34.

Injury Analysis

Injury Ratios: An Alternative Approach for Safety Professionals. F.A. Manuele. Feb.: 22-30.

Injury & Cost Control

Safety Program Elements in Construction: Which Ones Best Prevent Injuries, Control Costs? M. Findley, S. Smith, T. Kress, G. Petty and K. Enoch. Feb.: 14-21.

Leadership

Influencing the Behavior of Senior Leadership: What Makes a Great Safety Leader? T.R. Krause. June: 29-33.

Leadership Without Authority: The Example Set by Dr. Alice Hamilton. S.M. D'Orsie. Aug.: 32-35.

Machine Safety

Belt Conveyor Safety: Understanding the Hazards. L. Giraud, S. Masse and L. Schreiber. Nov.: 20-26.

Materials Handling

Conveyor Safety: Task Analysis Procedure Helps Identify, Reduce Risks. G.A. Schultz. Aug.: 24-27.

Mold

Mold Clean-Up Projects: Post-Remediation Criteria Are Crucial to Success. M.A. Pinto, M. Davis and S. Eager. Nov.: 42-50.

Occupational Hazards

Needlestick Injuries: The Scope of the Problem & Possible Solutions. J.D. Ramsay. Dec.: 20-25.

Organizational Culture

Leadership & Safety Excellence: A Positive Culture Drives Performance. D. Petersen. Oct.: 28-37.

Other Voices

Journey to a Definition of Chance: The Role of Chance in Accident Causation. W.M. Montante. Aug.: 36-40.

Beauty of Intervention, The: Kitty Genovese Story Is a Call to Action for SH&E Professionals. J.V. Kulis. Sept.: 41-43.

Performance Improvement

SH&E Professional, The: Leader & Change Agent. A.J. DeRose. Mar.: 40-43.

Product Safety

All Controls Are Not Created Equal. A. DeIonno. Oct.: 47-50.

Professional Development

Assessing SH&E Research: Key Principles & Practical Strategies Improve Understanding. E.S. Geller. Sept.: 22-29.

Professional Certification: Its Value to SH&E Practitioners & the Profession. P.S. Adams, R.L. Brauer, B. Karas, T.F. Bresnahan and H. Murphy. Dec.: 26-31.

Program Development

Machine Safeguarding: Building a Successful Program. S.M. McConnell. Jan.: 18-27.

Elements of a Travel Safety Program: Tips for Crossing Distance Safely. W.R. Coffey. Jan. 41-45.

LEL Monitoring During Hazard Surveys for Issuance of Hot Work Permits. S.P Levine and J.R. Thornton. Feb.: 31-39.

Effective Safety Incentives: A Pilot Program Based on Risk Reduction. E.J. Sheehy. Feb.: 41-49.

Safety at Fort Dearborn Co.: Transforming from "Most Wanted" to Best in Class. M. Saujani and N. Adler. Mar.: 25-31.

Integrated Hazards Analysis. S.R. Trammell, D.K. Lorenzo and B.J. Davis. May: 29-37.

Corrective Action Programs: Fixing Safety Problems & Keeping Them Fixed. J.J. Loud. Dec.: 32-36.

Risk Assessment: A Review of the Fundamental Principles. B.W. Main. Dec.: 37-47.

Safety Management

Behavior-Based Safety Coaching: 10 Guidelines for Successful Application. E.S. Geller, S.R. Perdue and A. French. July: 42-49.

Safety Metrics

Setting a Practical Injury-Rate Goal. P.L. Clemens. May: 38-40.

Safety Research

Safety Climate: Assessing Management & Organizational Influences on Safety. D.M. DeJoy, R.R.M. Gershon and B.S. Schaffer. July: 50-57.

Security

VX Nerve Agent, The: Understanding the Risks of a Deadly Threat. G.R. Sugg. Mar.: 32-39.

Survey Results

2004 ASSE Compensation Survey: A Summary Report. Oct.: 26-27.

Worker Protection

Latino Workers in the Construction Industry: Overcoming the Language Barrier Improves Safety. R.F. Vazquez and C.K. Stalnaker. June: 24-28.

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