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August 2014

2007 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Acquisition of a PSM-Subject Facility: Considerations in Due Diligence. D.M. Einolf and L.K. Menghini. Nov.: 26-29.
  • After Katrina: A Firsthand Account of SH&E Issues in Refrigeration Recovery. G. Kilgore. Jan.: 31-35.
  • Air Monitoring: 12 Tips for Maximizing Employee Participation. D. Kudlinski and R. Blevins. Jan.: 40-42.
  • ANSI/ASSE Z359 Fall Protection Code: Revisions Strengthen Benchmark Consensus Standard. J. Feldstein. Sept.: 47-51.
  • Automated Control Systems: Do They Reduce Human Error and Incidents? J.M. Haight. May: 20-27.

B

  • Background Beryllium: Statistical Tools for Using Bulk Samples to Assess Building Contamination. R.A. Brounstein. March: 35-42.
  • Behavioral Observations: Effects on Safe Performance. J.R. Sasson, J. Austin and A.M. Alvero. April: 26-32.
  • Better Safety Training with Fun and Games. L.M. Tapp. Feb.: 52-55.

C

  • Confined Space Entry: Case Studies Provide Valuable Lessons. T.C. Healey. May: 56-59.
  • Corrective Action Plans: Developing and Managing the Process. J.W. Sterritt and S.E. NyBlom. Oct.: 34-41.

D

  • Disaster Response: Safety and Health Guidelines for Volunteers. P.L. Harman and M.A. Pinto. Oct.: 61-63.
  • Drug Testing in the Workplace: A Look at Oral Fluid-Based Testing. P.N. Cholakis and R. Bruce. July: 31-36.

E

  • Electric Arc Hazard: Understanding Assessment and Mitigation. H.L. Floyd II and D.R. Doan. Jan.: 18-23.
  • Electrical Safety: Elements of an Effective Program. J.J. Kolak. Feb.: 18-24.
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response: One Company’s Successful Approach. B. Mitzel. June: 60-65.
  • Emergency Preparedness: Tabletop Exercise Improves Readiness. L.G. Holloway.
    Aug.: 48-51.
  • Emerging Multimodal Technology: Role in Enhancing Combat and Civilian System Safety. E.C. Haas. Dec.: 32-38.
  • Essential Elements of a Drug-Free Workplace Program. N.N. Delogu. Nov.: 48-51.
  • Establishing an Effective Lockout/Tagout Program. W.J. Wallace. Sept.: 63-66.

F

  • Fall Protection Misconceptions and Myths: Working Within the OSHA System. R.J. Epp. Sept.: 26-34.
  • Fatality Narratives: An Effective Way to Convey Hazard Information. P. Spielholz, R. Clark and T. Sjostrom. April: 22-25.
  • Fire in the Workplace: Fundamental Elements of Prevention and Protection. R. Nunez. March: 46-48.
  • From Research to Practice: Strategies and Examples from NIOSH. N. Stout and D. Hull. Aug.: 35-38.

G

  • Green Design and Construction: Understanding the Effects on Construction Worker Safety and Health. J.A. Gambatese, S. Rajendran and M.G. Behm. May: 28-35.

H

  • Hazards of Cleaning: Strategies for Reducing Exposures to Ergonomic Risk Factors. R. Goggins. March: 20-27.
  • Hearing Conservation: Effectively Preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. P.E. Ross. June: 52-59.
  • Heat Stress Prevention: Understanding and Controlling the Effects of Heat. R. Dresser. April: 50-53.
  • High-Stakes Communications: What SH&E Professionals Need to Know. R.S. Levick. June: 72-77.
  • Hispanic Worker Safety: Understanding Culture Improves Training, Prevents Fatalities. S. Sanders-Smith. Feb.: 34-40.
  • How Does Safety Stack Up? A Survey of Corporate Financial Decision Makers’ Perceptions of Safety Performance, Programs and Personnel. S. DeArmond, Y.-H. Huang and P.Y. Chen. March: 28-34.

I

  • “Invisible Janitors” Help Prevent Costly Slips and Falls. A. Siegel. June: 67-69.

L

  • Lean Concepts: Opportunities for Safety Professionals. F.A. Manuele. Aug.: 28-34.

M

  • Managing Combustible Dust and Powder Hazards. S.J. Luzik. Dec.: 61-62.
  • Mechanical Power Presses: Improving Hazard Identification Using Software. D.R. Wallace and G.P. Maul. Feb.: 25-33.
  • Mercury Exposure Assessment: Testing a Work Practice for Cleaning Up Broken Fluorescent Bulbs. T.L. Grover, C. Vidich, J. Hennessey, J. Freitas and M.D. Mueller. Dec.: 39-45.

N

  • Noise and Hearing Protection: Development of Two Training Exercises for Drillers. E.A. Barrett and R.A. Calhoun. Nov.: 36-41.
  • Noise Measurement in Hearing Loss Prevention. L.D. Hager. July: 49-51

O

  • Observations on a Teen’s First Job: Research Suggests Some Tough Questions. G.L. Winn, A.L. Winn and E.A. Biddle. June: 46-51.
  • OSHA’s VPP: The Value of Participating. B. Bennett and N. Deitch. Dec.: 24-31.
  • Overhead Drilling: Development and Evaluation of a New Device. D. Rempel, D. Star, B. Gibbons, A. Barr and I. Janowitz. Nov.: 30-35.

P

  • Principles of Adult Learning: Application to Safety Training. D.D. Galbraith and S.E. Fouch. Sept.: 35-40.
  • Problem-Based Learning: An Adult-Education-Oriented Training Approach for SH&E Practitioners. J. Ramsay and E. Sorrell. Sept.: 41-46.
  • Professional Ethics: The Importance of Teaching Ethics to Future Professionals. N.Nichols, G.V. Nichols Jr. and P.A. Nichols. July: 37-41.
  • Protecting Young Workers: Coordinated Strategies Help to Raise Safety Awareness. M.E. Miller, E. Handelman and C. Lewis. June: 38-45.

R

  • Retrofitting for Safety: Career Implications for SH&E Personnel. W.C. Christensen. May: 36-44.
  • Returning Injured Employees to Work. F. Pennachio. Dec.: 52-53.
  • Review and Maintain Your Respiratory Protection Program. J. Hierbaum. Oct.: 58-60.
  • Risk Assessment and Reduction: A Machine Safety Case Study from Quebec. Y. Chinniah, J.-J. Paques and M. Champoux. Oct.: 49-56.
  • Risk Reduction Strategies: Past, Present and Future. R.C. Jensen. Jan.: 24-30.
  • Rollover Collisions: Injuries Related to Automotive Side Glass. S.A. Batzer. April: 33-45.

S

  • Safe Science: Applying Safety in a Modern Research Laboratory. M. Modica.
    July: 24-30.
  • Safety Training: Making the Connection to High Performance. E. Blair and D.-C. Seo. Oct.: 42-48.
  • Strategies for Managing Risks from Imported Products. A.V. Riswadkar and D. Jewell. Nov.: 44-47.

T

  • Technology Safety Data Sheets: Moving Critical Safety Information Upstream to Design Engineers and Downstream to Workers. M. Akladios and G. Winn. Aug.: 39-46.
  • Training and Motivation Key to Hearing Safety. R.S. Bessette. July: 42-45. Spanish version 46-48.

Author Index

A

  • Akladios, Magdy Aug.: 39-46
  • Alvero, Alicia M. April: 26-32
  • Austin, John April: 26-32

B

  • Barr, Alan Nov.: 30-35
  • Barrett, Edward A. Nov.: 36-41
  • Bazter, Stephen A. April: 33-45
  • Behm, Michael G. May: 28-35
  • Bennett, Brian Dec.: 24-31
  • Bessette, Renee S. July: 42-45
  • Biddle, Elyce A. June: 46-51
  • Blair, Earl Oct.: 42-48
  • Blevins, Rex Jan.: 40-42
  • Brounstein, Robert A. March: 35-42
  • Bruce, Roger July: 31-36

C

  • Calhoun, Roberta A. Nov.: 36-41
  • Champoux, Mathieu Oct.: 49-56
  • Chen, Peter Y. March: 28-34
  • Chinniah, Yuvin Oct.: 49-56
  • Cholakis, Peter N. July: 31-36
  • Christensen, Wayne C. May: 36-44
  • Clark, Randy April: 22-25

D

  • DeArmond, Sarah March: 28-34
  • Deitch, Norman Dec.: 24-31
  • Delogu, Nancy N. Nov.: 48-51
  • Doan, Daniel R. Jan.: 18-23
  • Dresser, Richard April: 50-53

E

  • Einolf, David M. Nov.: 26-29
  • Epp, Richard J. Sept.: 26-34

F

  • Feldstein, Joseph Sept.: 47-51
  • Floyd, H. Landis II Jan.: 18-23
  • Fouch, Sandra E. Sept.: 35-40
  • Freitas, John Dec.: 39-45

G

  • Galbraith, Diane D. Sept.: 35-40
  • Gambatese, John A. May: 28-35
  • Gibbons, Billy Nov.: 30-35
  • Goggins, Rick March: 20-27
  • Grover, Terry L. Dec.: 39-45

H

  • Haas, Ellen C. Dec.: 32-38
  • Hager, Lee D. July: 49-51
  • Haight, Joel M. May: 20-27
  • Handelman, Elise June: 38-45
  • Harman, Patricia L. Oct.: 61-63
  • Healey, Timothy C. May: 56-59
  • Hennessey, James Dec.: 39-45
  • Hierbaum, John Oct.: 58-60
  • Holloway, Larry G. Aug.: 48-51
  • Huang, Yueng-Hsiang March: 28-34
  • Hull, DeLon Aug.: 35-38

J

  • Janowitz, Ira Nov.: 30-35
  • Jensen, Roger C. Jan.: 24-30
  • Jewell, David Nov.: 44-47

K

  • Kilgore, Grace Jan.: 31-35
  • Kolak, John J. Feb.: 18-24
  • Kudlinski, David Jan.: 40-42

L

  • Levick, Richard S. June: 72-77
  • Lewis, Cynthia June: 38-45
  • Luzik, Steven J. Dec.: 61-62

M

  • Manuele, Fred A. Aug.: 28-34
  • Maul, Gary P. Feb.: 25-33
  • Menghini, Luverna K. Nov.: 26-29
  • Miller, Mary E. June: 38-45
  • Mitzel, Bill June: 60-65
  • Modica, Maureen July: 24-30
  • Mueller, M. Douglas Dec.: 39-45

N

  • Nichols Jr., George V. July: 37-41
  • Nichols, Nick July: 37-41
  • Nichols, Patsy A. July: 37-41
  • Nunez, Ron March: 46-48
  • NyBlom, Steven E. Oct.: 34-41

P

  • Paques, Joseph-Jean Oct.: 49-56
  • Pennachio, Frank Dec.: 52-53
  • Pinto, Michael A. Oct.: 61-63

R

  • Rajendran, Sathyanarayanan May: 28-35
  • Ramsay, Jim Sept.: 41-46
  • Rempel, David Nov.: 30-35
  • Riswadkar, A.V. Nov.: 44-47
  • Ross, Peggy E. June: 52-59

S

  • Sanders-Smith, Sarah Feb.: 34-40
  • Sasson, Joseph R. April: 26-32
  • Seo, Dong-Chul Oct.: 42-48
  • Siegel, Adam June: 67-69
  • Sjostrom, Tom April: 22-25
  • Sorrell, Elbert Sept.: 41-46
  • Spielholz, Peregrin April: 22-25
  • Star, Demetra Nov.: 30-35
  • Sterritt, John W. Oct.: 34-41
  • Stout, Nancy Aug.: 35-38

T

  • Tapp, Linda M. Feb.: 52-55.

V

  • Vidich, Charles Dec.: 39-45

W

  • Wallace, Darrell R. Feb.: 25-33
  • Wallace, W. Jon Sept.: 63-66
  • Winn, Austin L. June: 46-51
  • Winn, Gary L. June: 46-51
  • Winn, Gary L. Aug.: 39-46

Subject Index

ASSE Foundation Research

How Does Safety Stack Up? A Survey of Corporate Financial Decision Makers’ Perceptions of Safety Performance, Programs and Personnel. S. DeArmond, Y.-H. Huang and P.Y. Chen. March: 28-34.

Construction Safety

Green Design and Construction: Under­stand­ing the Effects on Construction Worker Safety and Health. J.A. Gambatese, S. Rajendran and M.G. Behm. May: 28-35.

Disaster Recovery

After Katrina: A Firsthand Account of SH&E Issues in Refrigeration Recovery. G. Kilgore. Jan.: 31-35.

Employee Performance

Behavioral Observations: Effects on Safe Performance. J.R. Sasson, J. Austin and A.M. Alvero. April: 26-32.

Employee Training

Principles of Adult Learning: Application to Safety Training. D.D. Galbraith and S.E. Fouch. Sept.: 35-40.

Problem-Based Learning: An Adult-Education-Oriented Training Approach for SH&E Practitioners. J. Ramsay and E. Sorrell. Sept.: 41-46.

Ergonomics

Overhead Drilling: Development and Evaluation of a New Device. D. Rempel, D. Star, B. Gibbons, A. Barr and I. Janowitz. Nov.: 30-35.

Ethics

Professional Ethics: The Importance of Teaching Ethics to Future Professionals. N. Nichols, G.V. Nichols Jr. and P.A. Nichols. July: 37-41.

Hazard Communication

Technology Safety Data Sheets: Moving Critical Safety Information Upstream to Design Engineers and Downstream to Workers. M. Akladios and G. Winn. Aug.: 39-46.

Hazard Control

Risk Reduction Strategies: Past, Present and Future. R.C. Jensen. Jan.: 24-30.

Health Hazards

Background Beryllium: Statistical Tools for Using Bulk Samples to Assess Building Contamination. R.A. Brounstein. March: 35-42.

Hearing Protection

Effectively Preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. P.E. Ross. June: 52-59.

Hearing Conservation: Effectively Preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss. P.E. Ross. June: 52-59.

Noise and Hearing Protection: Develop­ment of Two Training Exercises for Drillers. E.A. Barrett and R.A. Calhoun. Nov.: 36-41.

Injury Prevention

From Research to Practice Strategies and Examples from NIOSH. N. Stout and D. Hull. Aug.: 35-38.

Lab Safety

Safe Science: Applying Safety in a Modern Research Laboratory. M. Modica. July: 24-30.

Machine Safety

Risk Assessment and Reduction: A Machine Safety Case Study from Quebec. Y. Chinniah, J.-J. Paques and M. Champoux. Oct.: 49-56.

Occupational Hazards

Mechanical Power Presses: Improving Hazard Identification Using Software. D.R. Wallace and G.P. Maul. Feb.: 25-33.

Hazards of Cleaning: Strategies for Reducing Exposures to Ergonomic Risk Factors. R. Goggins. March: 20-27.

Occupational Safety

Electric Arc Hazard: Understanding Assessment and Mitigation. H.L. Floyd II and D.R. Doan. Jan.: 18-23.

Process Safety

Acquisition of a PSM-Subject Facility: Considerations in Due Diligence. D.M Einolf and L.K. Menghini. Nov.: 26-29.

Professional Development

Lean Concepts: Opportunities for Safety Professionals. F.A. Manuele. Aug.: 28-34.
Retrofitting for Safety: Career Implications for SH&E Personnel. W.C. Christensen. May: 36-44.

Program Development

Emergency Preparedness and Response: One Company’s Successful Approach. B. Mitzel. June: 60-65.

OSHA’s VPP: The Value of Participating. B. Bennett and N. Deitch. Dec.: 24-31.
Risk Management Corrective Action Plans: Developing and Managing the Process. J.W. Sterritt and S.E. NyBlom. Oct.: 34-41.

Safety Engineering

Automated Control Systems: Do They Reduce Human Error and Incidents? J.M. Haight. May 20-27.

Rollover Collisions: Injuries Related to Automotive Side Glass. S. A. Batzer. April: 33-45.

System Safety

Emerging Multimodal Technology: Role in Enhancing Combat and Civilian System Safety. E.C. Haas. Dec.: 32-38.

Training

Fatality Narratives: An Effective Way to Convey Hazard Information. P. Spielholz, R. Clark and T. Sjostrom. April: 22-25.

Safety Training: Making the Connection to High Performance. E. Blair and D.-C. Seo. Oct.: 42-48.

Worker Safety

ANSI/ASSE Z359 Fall Protection Code: Revisions Strengthen Benchmark Consensus Standard. J. Feldstein. Sept.: 47-51.

Drug Testing in the Workplace: A Look at Oral Fluid-Based Testing. P.N. Cholakis and R. Bruce. July: 31-36.

Fall Protection Misconceptions and Myths: Working Within the OSHA System. R.J. Epp. Sept.: 26-34.

Protecting Young Workers: Coordinated Strategies Help to Raise Safety Awareness. M.E. Miller, E. Handelman and C. Lewis. June: 38-45.

Observations on a Teen’s First Job: Research Suggests Some Tough Questions. G.L. Winn, A.L. Winn and E.A. Biddle. June: 46-51.

Workplace Safety

Electrical Safety: Elements of an Effective Program. J.J. Kolak. Feb.: 18-24.

Hispanic Worker Safety: Understanding Culture Improves Training, Prevents Fatalities. S. Sanders-Smith. Feb.: 34-40.

Mercury Exposure Assessment: Testing a Work Practice for Cleaning Up Broken Fluorescent Bulbs. T.L. Grover, C. Vidich, J. Hennessey, J. Freitas and M.D. Mueller. Dec.: 39-45.

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