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August 2014

2005 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

B

  • Behavior-Based Safety: Improvement Opportunities in Hospital Safety. D. Nielsen and J. Austin. Feb.: 33-37.
  • Beware the Disconnect: Overcoming the Conflict Between Measures & Results. D.F. Zahlis and L.L. Hansen. Nov.: 18-24.
  • Building a Better Safety Vehicle: Leadership-Driven Culture Change at GM. S.I. Simon and P.R. Frazee. Jan.: 36-44.

C

  • Critical Thinking Concepts: Applications to Incident Investigation. J. Philley. March: 26-32.

D

  • Designing for Worker Safety: Moving the Construction Safety Process Upstream. S. Hecker, J. Gambatese and M. Weinstein. Sept.: 32-44.
  • Disaster Response: Reducing the Psychological Impact of Disaster on Children. S.M. Smith, M.J. Tremethick and G.J. Clocklin. Jan.: 49-54.
  • Discipline in the Extremes: Potentially Damaging to Behavioral Safety Processes. L.I. Perkinson. April: 31-35.

E

  • Establishing the Level of Danger: Key Factor in Personal Injury & Property Damage Lawsuits. R.J. Firenze. Jan.: 28-35.
  • Expert Systems: What SH&E Managers Need to Know about Software Verification & Validation. G.L. Winn, B. Gopalakrishnan, M. Akladios and R. Premkumar. Aug.: 45-52.
  • Exposure to Biohazards: An Emerging Concern for Construction Workers in Sewer Lines & Wastewater Treatment Plants. D.P. Garvey. Aug.: 26-31.

G

  • Global Harmonization of Safety Standards: Examining the European Influence on the Practice of Safety. F.A. Manuele. Nov.: 41-46.

H

  • Heat Stress: Understanding Factors & Measures Helps SH&E Professionals Take a Proactive Management Approach. S.H. McKinnon and R.L. Utley. April: 41-47.
  • Holistic Ergonomics: A Case Study from ChevronTexaco. M.P. Martin. Feb.: 18-25.

I

  • Industrial Hygiene ABCs: A System for Rating & Ranking Chemical & Physical Health Hazards. J.M. Haas. March: 38-41.
  • Industrial Hygiene Exposure Assessments: "Worst-Case" Versus Random Sampling. J.E. Spear. Aug.: 39-44.
  • Injury among Direct Healthcare Staff: An Unheralded Occupational Safety & Health Crisis. S.M. Manning. Oct.: 31-40.
  • Inside the Regs, Outside the Envelope: Understanding the Delayed Effects of Alcohol on Pilot Performance & Flight Safety. D. Curry. Aug.: 32-38.
  • In-Vehicle Safety Feedback: Driver Perspectives Suggest Technology Has Promise for Improving Safe Driving Behaviors. Y.H. Huang, M. Roetting, J.R. McDevitt, D. Melton and T.K. Courtney. Jan.: 20-27.

L

  • Low Back Pain among RNs: Advantages & Potential Pitfalls of Longitudinal Research. G. Byrns, G. Jin, C. Mallory, G.D. Reeder and J. Harris. July: 41-48.

M

  • Machine Safeguarding: A Process for Determining Tolerable Risk. C. Roudebush. Oct.: 20-24.
  • Manual Materials Handling: Using the Liberty Mutual Tables to Evaluate These Tasks. P.G. Dempsey and W.S. Maynard. May: 20-25.
  • Medical Surveillance: Key Elements of an Effective Program for Employees in Healthcare. A.M. Mutawe. Oct.: 41-47.
  • Meth Labs: Understanding Exposure Hazards & Associated Problems. D. Hannan. June: 24-31.

N

  • Nuclear Safety: Expect the Unexpected. R.B. Matthews. Dec.: 20-27.

O

  • Office Ergonomics: Do They Work? An Analysis of the Effectiveness of the State of Oregon's Office Ergonomics Initiative. T. Brace. Sept.: 51-55.
  • Office Ergonomics Training: An Instructional Systems Model for Developing an Effective Program. M.M. Robertson and W.S. Maynard. July: 22-30.
  • OSH Disparities in Developing Countries: The SH&E Professional as an Agent of Change. M. Findley and J. Gorski. April: 24-30.
  • OSH Internships: One Program's Perspective on Benefits for Students, Employers & Universities. D.L. Fender and L.E. Watson. April: 36-40.
  • OSHA to the Rescue: Roofing Industry Benefits from Agency's Efforts. R.D. Mundy. Feb.: 38-41.

P

  • Paradox of Safety Hopes & Rewards, The: Are You Rewarding the Right Behavior? J.E. LaBelle. Dec.: 37-42.
  • People-Based Safety: Exploring the Role of Personality in Injury Prevention. E.S. Geller and D.M. Wiegand. Dec.: 28-36.
  • Personality Types & Injuries: A Statistical Study & Effective Strategies. F.D. Pierce. March: 42-50.
  • Portable Ladders: Understanding & Preventing Slips at Their Bases. W. Chang and C. Chang. Sept.: 26-31.
  • Pregnant Employees: Special Considerations for Protecting Their Safety & Health. J.A. Kalish and N. Latif. June: 32-35.

Q

  • Quantifying Lifting Hazards: Alternatives Beyond the NIOSH Lifting Equations. A.C. Townley, D.M. Hair and D. Strong. May: 26-32.

R

  • Residual Risk Reduction: Systematically Deciding What Is "Safe." G.D. Tolbert. Nov.: 25-33.
  • Risk Assessment & Hierarchies of Control: Their Growing Importance to the SH&E Profession. F.A. Manuele. May: 33-39.

S

  • Safety Improvement: Perception Surveys Can Reveal Strengths & Weaknesses. D. Petersen. Jan.: 45-48.
  • Safety Leadership: A Four-Factor Model for Establishing a High-Functioning Organization. T.R. Krause and T. Weekley. Nov.: 34-40.
  • Safety Leadership: Managing the Paradox. R.A. Carrillo. July: 31-34.
  • Safety Training: Flowchart Model Facilitates Development of Effective Courses. R.C. Jensen. Feb.: 26-32.
  • Setting Goals, Measuring Performance: Frequency Versus Severity. D. Petersen. Dec.: 43-48.
  • SH&E Management Systems & Business Integration: The Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework. T.P. Rancour. Oct.: 25-30.
  • Six Sigma Safety: Applying Quality Management Principles to Foster a Zero-Injury Safety Culture. M.M. Williamsen. June: 41-49.
  • Starting a New Job in SH&E: Tips for a Successful Integration. N. Dave. June: 36-40.

T

  • Transitioning Sloped Surfaces: The Effects of Roofing Work on Balance & Falls. L. Wade and J. Davis. Sept.: 45-50.

W

  • Whole-Body Vibration: Health Effects, Measurement & Minimization.
    D.R. Smith and P.A. Leggat. July: 35-40.

Y

  • Your Establishment Received a Letter from OSHA: Now What? An Overview of OSHA's SST Inspection Program. J. Davis, S. Ahuja and E.B. Hollingsworth. March.: 33-37.

Z

  • Zero-Injury Workdays: An Effective Metric? P.L. Clemens. May: 40-41.

Author Index

A

  • Ahuja, Shaman March: 33-37
  • Akladios, Magdy Aug.: 45-52
  • Austin, John Feb.: 33-37

B

  • Brace, Tony Sept.: 45-50
  • Byrns, George July: 41-48

C

  • Carrillo, Rosa A. July: 31-34
  • Chang, Chien-Chi Sept.: 26-31
  • Chang, Wen-Ruey Sept.: 26-31
  • Clemens, P.L. May: 40-41
  • Clocklin, Gloria J. Jan.: 49-54
  • Courtney, Theodore K. Jan.: 20-27
  • Curry, David Aug.: 32-38

D

  • Dave, Niranjan June: 36-40
  • Davis, Jerry March: 33-37
  • Davis, Jerry Sept.: 45-50
  • Dempsey, Patrick G. May: 20-25

F

  • Fender, David L. April: 36-40
  • Firenze, R.J. Jan.: 28-35
  • Findley, Michael April: 24-30
  • Frazee, Patrick R. Jan.: 36-44

G

  • Gambatese, John Sept.: 32-44
  • Garvey, Donald J. Aug.: 26-31
  • Geller, E. Scott Dec.: 28-36
  • Gopalakrishnan, Bhaskaran Aug.: 45-52
  • Gorski, June April: 24-30

H

  • Haas, Jonathan M. March: 38-41
  • Hair, Dan M. May: 26-32
  • Hannan, Dan June: 24-31
  • Hansen, Larry L. Nov.: 18-24
  • Harris, Jennifer July: 41-48
  • Hecker, Steven Sept.: 32-44
  • Hollingsworth, Eric B. March: 33-37
  • Huang, Yueng-Hsiang Jan.: 20-27

J

  • Jensen, Roger C. Feb.: 26-32
  • Jin, Guang July: 41-48

K

  • Kalish, Julia A. June: 32-35
  • Krause, Thomas R. Nov.: 34-40

L

  • LaBelle, Jeffrey E. Dec.: 37-42
  • Leggat, Peter A. July: 35-40

M

  • Mallory, Caroline July: 41-48
  • Manning, Stephen M. Oct.: 31-40
  • Manuele, Fred A. May: 33-39
  • Manuele, Fred A. Nov.: 41-46
  • Martin, Marie P. Feb.: 18-25
  • Matthews, R. Bruce Dec.: 20-27
  • Maynard, Wayne S. May: 20-25
  • Maynard, Wayne S. July: 22-30
  • McDevitt, Jamie R. Jan.: 20-27
  • McKinnon, Stephanie H. April: 41-47
  • Melton, David Jan.: 20-27
  • Mundy, Randall D. Feb.: 38-41
  • Mutawe, Abdalla M. Oct.: 41-47

N

  • Nielsen, Don Feb.: 33-37

P

  • Perkinson, Larry I. April: 31-35
  • Petersen, Dan Jan.: 45-48
  • Petersen, Dan Dec.: 43-48
  • Philley, Jack March: 26-32
  • Pierce, F. David March: 42-50
  • Premkumar, Rajaarunprasad Aug.: 45-52.

R

  • Rancour, Thomas P. Oct.: 25-30
  • Reeder, Glenn D. July: 41-48
  • Robertson, Michelle M. July: 22-30
  • Roetting, Matthias Jan.: 20-27
  • Roudebush, Clair Oct.: 20-24

S

  • Simon, Steven I. Jan.: 36-44
  • Smith, Derek R. July: 35-40
  • Smith, Susan M. Jan.: 49-54
  • Spear, Jerome E. Aug.: 39-44
  • Strong, David May: 26-32

T

  • Tolbert, George D. "Don" Nov.: 25-33
  • Townley, Astra C. May: 26-32
  • Tremethick, Mary Jane Jan.: 49-54

U

  • Utley, Regina L. April: 41-47

W

  • Wade, Lloyd "Chip" Sept.: 45-50
  • Watson, Lauren E. April: 36-40
  • Weekley, Thomas Nov.: 34-40
  • Weigand, Douglas M. Dec.: 28-36
  • Weinstein, Marc Sept.: 32-44
  • Williamsen, Michael M. June: 41-49
  • Winn, Gary L. Aug.: 45-52

Z

  • Zahlis, Daniel F. Nov.: 18-24

Subject Index

ASSE Foundation Research

Transitioning Sloped Surfaces: The Effects of Roofing Work on Balance & Falls. L. Wade and J. Davis. Sept.: 45-50.

Career Development

Starting a New Job in SH&E: Tips for a Successful Integration. N. Dave. June: 36-40.

Causal Factors

Critical Thinking Concepts: Applications to Incident Investigation. J. Philley. March: 26-32.

Compliance

Your Establishment Received a Letter from OSHA: Now What? An Overview of OSHA's SST Inspection Program. J. Davis, S. Ahuja and E.B. Hollingsworth. March: 33-37.

Employee Involvement

Safety Improvement: Perception Surveys Can Reveal Strengths & Weaknesses.
D. Petersen. Jan.: 45-48.

Emergency Preparedness

Disaster Response: Reducing the Psychological Impact of Disaster on Children. S.M. Smith, M.J. Tremethick and G.J. Clocklin. Jan.: 49-54.

Ergonomics

Office Ergonomics: Do They Work? An Analysis of the Effectiveness of the State of Oregon's Office Ergonomics Initiative. T. Brace. Sept.: 51-55.

Global Issues

OSH Disparities in Developing Countries: The SH&E Professional as an Agent of Change. M. Findley and J. Gorski. April: 24-30.

Hazard Prevention

Whole-Body Vibration: Health Effects, Measurement & Minimization. D.R. Smith and P.A. Leggat. July: 35-40.

Hazardous Materials

Industrial Hygiene ABCs: A System for Rating & Ranking Chemical & Physical Health Hazards. J.M. Haas. March: 38-41.

Health Hazards

Heat Stress: Understanding Factors & Measures Helps SH&E Professional Take a Proactive Management Approach. S.H. McKinnon and R.L. Utley. April: 41-47.

Injury Prevention

Personality Types & Injuries: A Statistical Study & Effective Strategies. F.D. Pierce. March: 42-50.

Lifting Hazards

Manual Materials Handling: Using the Liberty Mutual Tables to Evaluate These Tasks. P.G. Dempsey and W.S. Maynard. May: 20-25.

Quantifying Lifting Hazards: Alternatives Beyond the NIOSH Lifting Equation. A.C. Townley, D.M. Hair and D. Strong. May: 26-32.

Management

Nuclear Safety: Expect the Unexpected. R. Bruce Matthews. Dec.: 20-27.

Paradox of Safety Hopes & Rewards, The: Are You Rewarding the Right Behavior? J.E. LaBelle. Dec.: 37-42.

People-Based Safety: Exploring the Role of Personality in Injury Prevention. E.S. Geller and D.M. Weigand. Dec.: 28-36.

Safety Leadership: Managing the Paradox. R.A. Carrillo. July: 31-34.

Metrics

Beware the Disconnect: Overcoming the Conflict Between Measures & Results. D.F. Zahlis and L.L. Hansen. Nov.: 18-24.

Occupational Hazards

Exposure to Biohazards: An Emerging Concern for Construction Workers in Sewer Lines & Wastewater Treatment Plants. D.J. Garvey. Aug.: 26-31.

Industrial Hygiene Exposure Assessments: "Worst-Case" Versus Random Sampling. J. Spear. Aug.: 39-44.

Medical Surveillance: Key Elements of an Effective Program for Employees in Healthcare Facilities. A.M. Mutawe. Oct.: 41-47.

Meth Labs: Understanding Exposure Hazards & Associated Problems. D.H. Hannan. June: 24-31.

Portable Ladders: Understanding & Preventing Slips at Their Bases. W. Chang and
C. Chang. Sept.: 26-31.

Pregnant Employees: Special Considerations for Protecting Their Safety & Health.
J.A. Kalish and N. Latif. June: 32-35.

Other Voices

OSHA to the Rescue: Roofing Industry Benefits from Agency's Efforts. R.D. Mundy. Feb.: 38-41.

Setting Goals, Measuring Performance: Frequency Versus Severity. D. Petersen. Dec.: 43-48.

Zero-Injury Workdays: An Effective Metric? P.L. Clemens. May: 40-41.

Performance

Safety Leadership: A Four-Factor Model for Establishing a High-Functioning Organization. T.R. Krause and T. Weekley. Nov.: 34-40.

Professional Development

OSH Internships: One Program's Perspective on Benefits for Students, Employers & Universities. D.L. Fender and L.E. Watson. April: 36-40.

Program Development

Behavior-Based Safety: Improvement Opportunities in Hospital Safety. D. Nielsen and J. Austin. Feb.: 33-37.

Designing for Worker Safety: Moving the Construction Safety Process Upstream.
S. Hecker, J. Gambatese and M. Weinstein. Sept.: 32-44.

Holistic Ergonomics: A Case Study from ChevronTexaco. M.P. Martin. Feb.: 18-25.

Office Ergonomics Training: An Instructional Systems Model for Developing an Effective Program. M.M. Robertson and W.S. Maynard. July: 22-30.

SH&E Management Systems & Business Integration: The Malcolm Baldrige Performance Excellence Framework. T.P. Rancour. Oct.: 25-30.

Risk Assessment

Machine Safeguarding: A Process for Determining Tolerable Risk. C. Roudebush. Oct.: 20-24.

Residual Risk Reduction: Systematically Deciding What Is "Safe." G.D. Tolbert. Nov.: 25-33.

Risk Management

Establishing the Level of Danger: Key Factor in Personal Injury & Property Damage Lawsuits. R.J. Firenze. Jan.: 28-35.

Safety Culture

Building a Better Safety Vehicle: Leadership-Driven Culture Change at General Motors. S.I. Simon and P.R. Frazee. Jan.: 36-44.

Safety Management

Discipline in the Extremes: Potentially Damaging to Behavioral Safety Processes. L.I. Perkinson. April: 31-35.

Risk Assessment & Hierarchies of Control: Their Growing Importance to the SH&E Profession. F.A. Manuele. May: 33-39.

Six Sigma Safety: Applying Quality Management Principles to Foster a Zero-Injury Safety Culture. M.M. Williamsen. June: 41-49.

Standards

Global Harmonization of Safety Standards: Examining the European Influence on the Practice of Safety. F.A. Manuele. Nov.: 41-46.

Technology

Expert Systems: What SH&E Mangers Need to Know about Software Verification & Validation. G.L. Winn, B. Gopalakrishnan, M. Akladios and R. Premkumar. Aug.: 45-52.

Training

Safety Training: Flowchart Model Facilitates Development of Effective Courses.
R.C. Jensen. Feb.: 26-32.

Transportation Safety

Inside the Regs, Outside the Envelope: Understanding the Delayed Effects of Alcohol on Pilot Performance & Flight Safety. D. Curry. Aug.: 32-38.

In-Vehicle Safety Feedback: Driver Perspectives Suggest Technology Has Promise for Improving Safe Driving Behaviors. Y.H. Huang, M. Roetting, J.R. McDevitt, D. Melton and T.K. Courtney. Jan.: 20-27.

Safety Research

Low Back Pain among RNs: Advantages & Potential Pitfalls of Longitudinal Research. G. Byrns, G. Jin, C. Mallory, G.D. Reeder and J. Harris. July: 41-48.

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