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September 2014

2008 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Accident Investigations: One Element of an Effective Safety Culture. C. Boraiko, T. Beardsley and E. Wright. Sept.: 26-29.
  • Agricultural Safety Systems: Implementing and Developing Industry Standards. E.A. McKenzie Jr., M. Ronaghi, J.R. Powers Jr. and T.J. Lutz. June: 58-62.

B

  • Balancing PPE Protection With Comfort, Fit and Style. D. McPherson. March: 50-52.
  • Business Continuity Plans: Key to Being Prepared for Disaster. E. Clas. Sept.: 45-48.

C

  • Corporate Culture: Examining Its Effects on Safety Performance. J.A. Erickson. Nov.: 35-38.

D

  • Don’t Jump: The Potential Effects of Jumping From Heights. W.M. Montante. July: 32-35.

E

  • Economics and Safety: Understanding the Cost of Injuries and Their Prevention. M.L. Myers, H.P. Cole, J. Mazur and S. Isaacs. April 37-45.
  • Economy-Based Countermeasure Decisions: A Tutorial for SH&E Professionals. C. Kilgore and P.L. Clemens. April: 32-36.
  • Employee Engagement: Improving Participation in Safety. J.H. Williams. Dec.: 40-45.
  • Employee Wellness Programs: How UPS Improved Productivity and Reduced Injuries. S. Bloom. Aug: 41-42.
  • Engaging Younger Workers: Using YouTube to Create Rapid Learning Simulations. D. McNeill. Dec.: 56-58.
  • Engineering Technologies in Practice: The NIOSH Experience. H. Hsiao. April: 28-31.
  • Ergonomics: Improving Safety in the Laboratory Environment. P.E. Ross. Aug.: 25-30.
  • Ethical Climate and Safety Performance: Design Better Programs, Improve Compliance and Foster Participation. E.A. Kapp and K.P. Parboteeah. July: 28-31.

F

  • Facility Decommissioning: A Look at Key SH&E Considerations. B. Bailey and C. Galecka. Aug.: 18-24.
  • Finding the Right Boots for the Job. T. Morley. May: 65-67.
  • Fireground Strategies and Tactics: Understanding How the Private Sector Can Help Improve Fire Outcomes. F. Baker. March: 37-45.
  • Fireground Strategies and Tactics: Understanding the Capabilities and Limitations of the Fire Department. F. Baker. Feb.: 20-31.

G

  • Gloves in the Workplace: 10 Selection and Evaluation Tips. C. Connelly. Dec.: 46-48.
  • Grocery Stores: A Look Through Loss Control Glasses. S. Oskowitz. April: 50-53.

H

  • Handling Impairments to Fire Protection Systems. W.S. Beattie. Oct.: 60-63.
  • Hazardous Drugs: Controlling the Risk in Healthcare Facilities. J.W. Klancher, M. Vorndran and W. Weiss. Nov.: 24-29.
  • Haz-Map: A Useful Tool for SH&E Professionals. J.A. Brown. March: 24-28.
  • Hearing Conservation Training: Closing the Gap Between Compliance and Performance. B. Witt and R.S. Bessette. Nov.: 46-48.
  • Heat Stress: Improving Safety in the Arabian Gulf Oil and Gas Industry. O.F. McDonald, N.J. Shanks and L. Fragu. Aug.: 31-36.
  • High-Risk High-Rise: Avoiding Fatal Mistakes in a High-Rise Emergency. J. Lange. Sept.: 54-57.
  • Human Factors Analysis and Classification: Applying the Department of Defense System During Combat Operations in Iraq. J. Jennings. June: 44-51.

I

  • Improving Work Zone Safety: Recommendations Based on a NIOSH Fatality Investigation. April: 46-48.
  • Integrating Learning Into Safety: Developing a Robust Lessons-Learned Program. H.J. Gordon. Sept.: 30-33.
  • Investigating Laboratory Accidents. K. Coghlan. Jan.: 56-57.

L

  • Lift Truck Safety: A Systematic Approach Based on OSHA 1910.178. J.P. Kaletta. Jan.: 30-37.

M

  • Making Safety Second Nature: Using Simulation Tools to Practice Safety. J. Trybus. Dec.: 54-55.
  • Management of Change: A Key to Safety—Not Just Process Safety. M.D. Hansen and G.W. Gammel. Oct.: 41-50.
  • Mobility: The New Word in SH&E Inspections. K. Wilson. Feb.: 45-47.
  • Monitoring Confined Spaces: Putting the Pieces Together. T. Suski. June: 34-36.

N

  • Nanotechnology: Understanding the Occupational Safety and Health Challenges. J. Springston. Oct.: 51-57.

P

  • People-Based Leadership: Enriching a Work Culture for World-Class Safety. E. S. Geller. March: 29-36.
  • Postural Assessments and Job Rotation: A Survey of One Company’s Assembly Line Supervisors. S. Walker, J. Davis and D. Desai. Feb.: 32-36.
  • Preconstruction Safety: Plan for Safety Excellence. C. Shafter. Dec.: 26-31.
  • Prevention Through Design: Addressing Occupational Risks in the Design and Redesign Processes. F.A. Manuele. Oct.: 28-40.
  • Promoting Behavior Change: Self-Monitoring as an Intervention Among Computer Users. N. Gravina, Y.H. Huang, M.M. Robertson, M.F. Blair and J. Austin. Nov.: 30-35.

R

  • Retain Better Drivers: Using a DRM Program to Improve Driver Retention. D. Lisk. Aug.: 43-46.
  • Returning Injured Employees to Work: A Review of Current Strategies and Concerns. H.A. Bose. June: 63-68.

S

  • Safety Risk Management of Subcontractors: What Is a Standard of Care? V. Ivensky. Jan.: 43-46.
  • Sandstorm: Current Issues Surrounding Silica—Understanding the Latest Developments. D.D. Glenn. Feb.: 37-42.
  • Serious Injuries and Fatalities: Improving Their Prevention. F.A. Manuele. Dec.: 32-39.
  • Social Controls for Reducing Risk: Observations on U.S. and European Approaches. B.W. Main. May: 41-49.

T

  • Talking Safety: Cutting Through the Clutter. C. Potter and D. Potter. May: 53-55.
  • Tarping Flatbed Trailers: Recognizing and Responding to Fall Exposures. J.N. Ellis. May: 36-40.
  • Tell Me a Story: Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training. E.T. Cullen. July: 20-27.
  • The Rational, Emotional and Physical Approach to Training. M.S. Melnik. Jan.: 49-51. Spanish version 52-53.
  • Truck Falls: Examining the Nature of the Problem. R.E. McClay. May: 26-35.

U

  • Using Continuous Improvement Events in an Ergo Program. D. Desai. July: 40-42.

W

  • Whole-Body Vibration: An Emerging Topic for the SH&E Profession. H.W. Paschold. June 52-57.
  • Worker Exposure to Secondhand Smoke: Evaluating a Prediction Model. H.R. James, L. Barfield, J.K. Britt and R.C. James. Sept.: 34-44.

Y

  • You Cannot Get Lean Without Safety: Understanding the Common Goals. B. Main, M. Taubitz and W. Wood. Jan.: 38-42.

Author Index

A

  • Austin, John Nov.:30-34

B

  • Bailey, Bryan Aug.: 18-24
  • Baker, Frank Feb.: 20-31
  • Baker, Frank March: 37-45
  • Barfield, Lisa Sept.: 34-44
  • Beardsley, Tom Sept.: 26-29
  • Beattie, Walter S. Oct.: 60-63
  • Bessette, Renee S. Nov.: 46-48
  • Blair, Michael F. Nov.: 30-34
  • Bloom, Sarah Aug.: 41-42
  • Boraiko, Carol Sept.: 26-29
  • Bose, Howard A. June: 63-68
  • Britt, Janice K. Sept.: 34-44
  • Brown, Jay A. March: 24-28

C

  • Clas, Ellen Sept.: 45-48
  • Clemens, P.L. April: 32-36
  • Coghlan, Kevin Jan.: 56-57
  • Cole, Henry P. April: 37-45
  • Connelly, Chuck Dec.: 46-48
  • Cullen, Elaine T. July: 20-27

D

  • Davis, Jerry Feb.: 32-36
  • Desai, Deepesh Feb.: 32-36
  • Desai, Deepesh July: 40-42

E

  • Ellis, Nigel J. May: 36-40
  • Erickson, Judith A. Nov.: 35-38

F

  • Fragu, Laurent Aug.: 31-36

G

  • Galecka, Craig Aug.: 18-24
  • Gammel, Gerald W. Oct.: 41-50
  • Geller, E. Scott March: 29-36
  • Glenn, David D. Feb.: 37-42
  • Gordon, Howard J. Sept.: 30-33
  • Gravina, Nicole Nov.: 30-34

H

  • Hansen, Mark D. Oct.: 41-50
  • Hsiao, Hongwei April: 28-32
  • Huang, Yueng-Hsiang Nov.: 30-34

I

  • Isaacs, Steve April: 37-45
  • Ivensky, Vladimir Jan.: 43-46

J

  • James, Harry R. Sept.: 34-44
  • James, Robert C. Sept.: 34-44
  • Jennings, Jay June: 44-51

K

  • Kaletta, James P. Jan.: 30-37
  • Kapp, E. Andrew July: 28-31
  • Kilgore, Clark April: 32-36
  • Klancher, Joseph W. Nov.: 24-29

L

  • Lange, Jennifer Sept.: 54-57
  • Lisk, Del Aug.: 43-46
  • Lutz, Timothy J. June: 58-62

M

  • Main, Bruce Jan.: 38-42
  • Main, Bruce May: 41-49
  • Manuele, Fred A. Dec.: 32-39
  • Manuele, Fred A. Oct.: 28-40
  • Mazur, Joan April: 37-45
  • McClay, Robert E. May: 26-35
  • McDonald, Oliver F. Aug.: 31-36
  • McKenzie Jr., E.A. “Tony” June: 58-62
  • McNeill, Dan Dec.: 56-58
  • McPherson, Donna March: 50-52
  • Melnik, Michael S. Jan.: 49-51
  • Montante, William M. July: 32-35
  • Morley, Tyler May: 65-67
  • Myers, Melvin L. April: 37-45

O

  • Oskowitz, Steven April: 50-53

P

  • Parboteeah, K. Praveen July: 28-31
  • Paschold, Helmut W. June: 52-57
  • Potter, Carl May: 53-55
  • Potter, Deb May: 53-55
  • Powers Jr., John R. June: 58-62

R

  • Robertson, Michelle M. Nov.: 30-34
  • Ronaghi, Mahmood June: 58-62
  • Ross, Peggy E. Aug.: 25-30

S

  • Shafer, Carmen Dec.: 26-31
  • Shanks, Nigel J. Aug.: 31-36
  • Springston, John Oct.: 51-57
  • Suski, Thomas June: 34-36

T

  • Taubitz, Michael Jan.: 38-42
  • Trybus, Jessica Dec.: 54-55

V

  • Vorndran, Mary Nov.: 24-29

W

  • Walker, Scott Feb.: 32-36
  • Weiss, William Nov.: 24-29
  • Williams, Joshua H. Dec.: 40-45
  • Wilson, Ken Feb.: 45-47
  • Witt, Brad Nov.: 46-48
  • Wood, Willard Jan.: 38-42
  • Wright, Eva Sept.: 26-29

Subject Index

Agricultural Safety

Agricultural Safety Systems: Implementing and Developing Industry Standards. E.A. McKenzie Jr., M. Ronaghi, J.R. Powers Jr. and T.J. Lutz. June: 58-62.

ASSE Foundation Research

Promoting Behavior Change: Self-Monitoring as an Intervention Among Computer Users. N. Gravina, Y.-H. Huang, M.M. Robertson, M.F. Blair and J. Austin. Nov.: 30-34.

Best Practices

Balancing PPE Protection With Comfort, Fit and Style. D. McPherson. March: 50-52.

Business Continuity Plans: Key to Being Prepared for Disaster. E. Clas. Sept.: 45-48.

Employee Wellness Programs: How UPS Improved Productivity and Reduced Injuries. S. Bloom. Aug: 41-42.

Engaging Younger Workers: Using YouTube to Create Rapid Learning Simulations. D. McNeill. Dec.: 56-58.

Finding the Right Boots for the Job. T. Morley. May: 65-67.

Gloves in the Workplace: 10 Selection and Evaluation Tips. C. Connelly. Dec.: 46-48.

Grocery Stores: A Look Through Loss Control Glasses. S. Oskowitz. April: 50-53.

Handling Impairments to Fire Protection Systems. W.S. Beattie. Oct.: 60-63.

Hearing Conservation Training: Closing the Gap Between Compliance and Performance. B. Witt and R.S. Bessette. Nov.: 46-48.

High-Risk High-Rise: Avoiding Fatal Mistakes in a High-Rise Emergency. J. Lange. Sept.: 54-57.

Improving Work Zone Safety: Recommendations Based on a NIOSH Fatality

Investigation. April: 46-48.

Investigating Laboratory Accidents. K. Coghlan. Jan.: 56-57.

Making Safety Second Nature: Using Simulation Tools to Practice Safety. J. Trybus. Dec.: 54-55.

Mobility: The New Word in SH&E Inspections. K. Wilson. Feb.: 45-47.

Monitoring Confined Spaces: Putting the Pieces Together. T. Suski. June: 34-36.

Retain Better Drivers: Using a DRM Program to Improve Driver Retention. D. Lisk. Aug.: 43-46.

Talking Safety: Cutting Through the Clutter. C. Potter and D. Potter. May: 53-55.

The Rational, Emotional and Physical Approach to Training. M.S. Melnik. Jan.: 49-51. Spanish version 52-53.

Using Continuous Improvement Events in an Ergo Program. D. Desai. July: 40-42.

Business of Safety

Economics and Safety: Understanding the Cost of Injuries and Their Prevention. M.L. Myers, H.P. Cole, J. Mazur and S. Isaacs. April: 37-45.

Continuous Improvement

Employee Engagement: Improving Participation in Safety. J.H. Williams. Dec.: 40-45.

Emerging Issues

Nanotechnology: Understanding the Occupational Safety and Health Challenges. J.Springston. Oct.: 51-57.

Employee Training

Lift Truck Safety: A Systematic Approach Based on OSHA 1910.178. J.P. Kaletta. Jan.: 30-37.

Fall Hazards

Tarping Flatbed Trailers: Recognizing and Responding to Fall Exposures. J.N. Ellis. May: 36-40.

Fire Protection

Fireground Strategies and Tactics: Understanding How the Private Sector Can Help Improve Fire Outcomes. F. Baker. March: 37-45.

Fireground Strategies and Tactics: Understanding the Capabilities and Limitations of the Fire Department. F. Baker. Feb.: 20-31.

Human Factors

Postural Assessments and Job Rotation: A Survey of One Company’s Assembly Line Supervisors. S. Walker, J. Davis and D. Desai. Feb.: 32-36.

Injury Prevention

Engineering Technologies in Practice: The NIOSH Experience. H. Hsiao. April: 28-31.

Leadership

People-Based Leadership: Enriching a Work Culture for World-Class Safety. E.S. Geller. March: 29-36.

Occupational Hazards

Don’t Jump: The Potential Effects of Jumping From Heights. W.M. Montante. July: 32-35.

Hazardous Drugs: Controlling the Risk in Healthcare Facilities. J.W. Klancher, M. Vorndran and W. Weiss. Nov.: 24-29.

Heat Stress: Improving Safety in the Arabian Gulf Oil and Gas Industry. O.F. McDonald, N.J. Shanks and L. Fragu. Aug.: 31-36.

Truck Falls: Examining the Nature of the Problem. R.E. McClay. May: 26-35.

Whole-Body Vibration: An Emerging Topic for the SH&E Profession. H.W. Paschold. June: 52-27.

Worker Exposure to Secondhand Smoke: Evaluating a Prediction Model. H.R. James, L. Barfield, J.K. Britt and R.C. James. Sept.: 34-44.

Occupational Health

Haz-Map: A Useful Tool for SH&E Professionals. J.A. Brown. March: 24-28.

Sandstorm: Current Issues Surrounding Silica—Understanding the Latest Developments. D.D. Glenn. Feb.: 37-42.

Program Development

Ergonomics: Improving Safety in the Laboratory Environment. P.E. Ross. Aug.: 25-30.

Integrating Learning Into Safety: Developing a Robust Lessons-Learned Program. H.J. Gordon. Sept.: 30-33.

Program Management

Ethical Climate and Safety Performance: Design Better Programs, Improve Compliance and Foster Participation. E.A. Kapp and K.P. Parboteeah. July: 28-31.

Risk Assessment

Economy-Based Countermeasure Decisions: A Tutorial for SH&E Professionals. C. Kilgore and P.L. Clemens. April: 32-36.

Safety Engineering

Social Controls for Reducing Risk: Observations on U.S. and European Approaches. B.W. Main. May: 41-49.

Safety Management

Accident Investigations: One Element of an Effective Safety Culture. C. Boraiko, T. Beardsley and E. Wright. Sept.: 26-29.

Corporate Culture: Examining Its Effects on Safety Performance. J.A. Erickson. Nov.: 35-38.

Facility Decommissioning: A Look at Key SH&E Considerations. B. Bailey and C. Galecka. Aug.: 18-24.

Management of Change: A Key to Safety—Not Just Process Safety. M.D. Hansen and G.W. Gammel. Oct.: 41-50.

Preconstruction Safety: Plan for Safety Excellence. C. Shafer. Dec.: 26-31.

Prevention Through Design: Addressing Occupational Risks in the Design and Redesign Processes. F.A. Manuele. Oct.: 28-40.

Returning Injured Employees to Work: A Review of Current Strategies and Concerns. H.A. Bose. June: 63-68.

Safety Risk Management of Subcontractors: What Is a Standard of Care? V. Ivensky. Jan.: 43-46.

Serious Injuries and Fatalities: Improving Their Prevention. F.A. Manuele. Dec.: 32-39

You Cannot Get Lean Without Safety: Understanding the Common Goals. B. Main, M. Taubitz and W. Wood. Jan.: 38-42.

Safety Training

Tell Me a Story: Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training. E.T. Cullen. July: 20-27.

Special Applications

Human Factors Analysis and Classification: Applying the Department of Defense System During Combat Operations in Iraq. J. Jennings. June: 44-51.

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