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April 2014

2009 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

A

  • Air Curtains: First Line of Defense for Employee Safety. M. Coscarelli and J. Banas. Oct.: 50-51.
  • Arc Blast Hazards: The Limitations of Metal-Clad Enclosures to Protect Workers. J.J. Kolak. June: 46-51.

B

  • Behavioral Safety in a Refinery: Large-Scale Change and Long-Term Results. R.E. Medina, T.E. McSween, K. Rost and A.M. Alvero. Aug.: 36-40.
  • Behavioral Safety Interventions: A Review of Process Design Factors. M.D. Cooper. Feb.: 36-45.
  • Being an Expert Witness: Key Requirements and Suggestions for Success. S.L. Murray. March: 20-23.

C

  • Continuous Mining: A Pilot Study of the Role of Visual Attention Locations and Work Position in Underground Coal Mines. J.R. Bartels, S. Gallagher and D.H. Ambrose. Aug.: 28-35.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and SH&E Regulatory Compliance. R.S. Christie. Dec.: 20-21.
  • Courage, Culture and Interpersonal Intervention: Practical, Evidence-Based Strategies for Injury Prevention. E.S. Geller. May: 43-51.
  • Creating Compelling Data Displays for Decision Makers. R.J. Emery and B.J. Brown. April: 58-59.

D

  • Developing Evacuation Plans: Evacuating People With Disabilities. M. Logli. Aug.: 44-45.

E

  • Economic Analysis: Make the Business Case for SH&E. A. Veltri and J. Ramsay. Sept.: 22-30.
  • Employee Morale: Examining the Link to Occupational Safety and Health. M. Behm. Oct.: 42-49.
  • Engage Your Audience: Using Audience Response Systems in SH&E Training. J.A. LaRose. June: 58-62.
  • Enterprise Risk Assessments: Holistic Approach Provides Companywide Perspective. J.D. Loghry and C.B. Veach. Feb.: 31-35.
  • Ergonomic Investments: A Plant-Level Exploratory Analysis. T. Brace and A. Veltri. Feb.: 24-30.

F

  • Financial Decision Makers’ Views on Safety: What SH&E Professionals Should Know. Y.-H. Huany, T.B. Leamon, T.K. Courtney, S. DeArmond, P.Y. Chen and M.F. Blair. April: 36-42.
  • Finding All the Hazards: How Do We Know We Are Done? S. Cantrell and P. Clemens. Nov.: 32-35.
  • Fire Extinguisher Training: Preparing Employees for a Fire Emergency. S. Balint and R. O’Donnell. Oct.: 26-28.
  • Flame-Resistant Clothing: Its Role in Protecting Electric Line Workers From Arc Flash Burns. K. Wulf. June: 52-57.

G

  • Game-Based Learning: Using Video Game Design for Safety Training. S. Bloom. July: 18-21.
  • Green Cleaning: One Component of Worker Health. M. Sawchuk. March: 42-45.

H

  • Hand Washing at the Worksite: Maintaining Sanitary Conditions. R. Kravitz. Jan.: 46-48.
  • Human Performance Improvement: Key to Sustainable Safety Excellence. R.M. Crossman, D. Cangelosi Crossman and J.E. Lovely. June: 63-72.

I

  • Incident Investigation: Evidence Preservation. B. Hughes. Oct.: 55-58.
  • Innovation Through People: Gerdau Ameristeel-Charlotte’s Brick Chute Design. M. Workman. June: 22-25.

L

  • Leading and Lagging Indicators: Do They Add Value to the Practice of Safety? F.A. Manuele. Dec.: 28-33.
  • Learning From the H1N1 Experience. W. Besse and J. Harrell. Nov.: 36-37.
  • LEED and the Safety Profession: Green Has Come of Age. N. Silins. March: 46-49.
  • Lessons Learned: A Review of Published Investigation Reports From the Charleston Sofa Super Store Fire. F.J. Baker. July: 35-45.

M

  • Machine Safeguarding: A Review of Key Safety Standards. R. Ebens. Feb.: 46-48.
  • Machine Safety: Developing an Operator Presence System. J.R. Powers Jr., D.E Ammons and I. Brand. Nov.: 28-31.
  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: Examining Best Practices for Prevention. B.C. Amick III, S. Brewer, J.M. Tullar, D. Van Eerd, D.C. Cole and E. Tompa. March: 24-28.

O

  • OSHA.gov: Using the Inspection Database. W.M. Montante. April: 60-63.
  • Outside the Norm: Understanding the Unique Challenges of Nontraditional Work Environments. W.D. Ash. Jan.: 20-26.

P

  • Pandemic Preparation: What Businesses Can Do. June: 36-39.
  • People or Systems? To Blame is Human. The Fix Is to Engineer. R.J. Holden. Dec.: 34-41.
  • Predicting Incident Rates: Artificial Intelligence as a Forecasting Tool. A. Al-Mutairi and J.M. Haight. Sept.: 40-48.
  • Preventing Occupational Fatalities: A Review of Findings From a Recent Industry Forum. T.L. Cekada, C.A. Janicak and L.H. Ferguson. March: 29-32.
  • Proactive Safety: Engage Employees in Failure Modes and Effects Analysis to Improve Safety. C. Welborn and C. Boraiko. Oct.: 37-41.

R

  • Ready to Be a Safety Hero? Five Lessons Learned From Flight 1549. C. Potter and D. Potter. June: 18-19.
  • Respiratory Protection: Is Your Program Effective? B. Doney, M. Greskevitch, D. Groce, G. Syamlal, K. M. Bang and J.M. Mazurek. May: 32-35.
  • Ride-On Lawnmowers: The Hazards of Overturning. M.L. Myers. May: 52-63.

S

  • Safety and Lean: One Manufacturer’s Lessons Learned and Best Practices. M.R. Hallowell, A. Veltri and S. Johnson. Nov.: 22-27.
  • Safety Audits: Comparing Three Types of Assessments. P.A. Esposito. Dec.: 42-43.
  • Safety Engineering: The Future of the Profession in the U.S. J. Mroszczyk. Jan.: 33-41.
  • Safety Eyewear: How Much Coverage Does It Provide? J.R. Harris, R. Whisler, D.E. Ammons, J. Spahr and L.L. Jackson. July: 22-27.
  • Safety Incentive Programs: Avoiding the Pitfalls. M. Resnick. July: 46-48.
  • Safety Perception Survey: Yes, You Can Conduct Your Own. D. Ryan. Dec.: 22-27.
  • Safety Process Improvements: Practices to Reduce Variation and Eliminate Waste. G. Jimmerson. June: 26-28.
  • Scissor Lift Safety: An Initiative to Model Static Stability. M. Ronaghi, J.Z. Wu, C.S. Pan, J.R. Harris, D. Welcome, S.S. Chiou, B. Boehler and R.G. Dong. April: 43-48.
  • SH&E Strategic Planning: A Maturity-Criticality Approach to Continuous Improvement. D. Steinbacher and A. Smith. Oct.: 30-36.
  • Stairway Falls: An Ergonomics Analysis of 80 Cases. J. Cohen, C.A. LaRue and H.H. Cohen. Jan.: 27-32.
  • Staying on Top: Residential Roofing Fall Protection. T. Maroushek and C. Firl. May: 28-31.
  • Submarine Accidents: A 60-Year Statistical Assessment. C. Tingle. Sept.: 31-39.

T

  • TECHnically Safe: Gaining 360°Visibility With Technology. P. Thiveos. April: 54-56.
  • The Safety Assurance Network: How Toyota Makes Sure Safety Is Everyone’s Job. J.A. Colazo and C. Talpone. July: 28-34.
  • Transforming Safety Culture: Grassroots-Led/Management-Supported Change at a Major Utility. S.I. Simon and P.A. Cistaro. April: 28-35.

U

  • Using Root-Cause Analysis to Improve Risk Management. B. Hughes, M. Hall and D. Rygaard. Feb.: 54-55.

V

  • Volunteers Leading Volunteers: Developing the Leadership Chain in Not-For-Profit Organizations. J.C. Camplin. May: 36-42.

W

  • Web-Based Technology: A Competitive Advantage for Global MSDS Management. S. Williams. Aug.: 20-27.

Subject  Index

ASSE Foundation

  • Employee Morale: Examining the Link to Occupational Safety and Health. M. Behm. Oct.: 42-49.

Behavior Change

  • Courage, Culture and Interpersonal Intervention: Practical, Evidence-Based Strategies for Injury Prevention. E.S. Geller. May: 43-51.

Best Practices

  • Air Curtains: First Line of Defense for Employee Safety. M. Coscarelli and J. Banas. Oct.: 50-51.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility and SH&E Regulatory Compliance. R.S. Christie. Dec.: 20-21.
  • Creating Compelling Data Displays for Decision Makers. R.J. Emery and B.J. Brown. April: 58-59.
  • Developing Evacuation Plans: Evacuating People With Disabilities. M. Logli. Aug.: 44-45.
  • Fire Extinguisher Training: Preparing Employees for a Fire Emergency. S. Balint and R. O’Donnell. Oct.: 26-28.
  • Game-Based Learning: Using Video Game Design for Safety Training. S. Bloom. July: 18-21.
  • Green Cleaning: One Component of Worker Health. M. Sawchuk. March: 42-45.
  • Hand Washing at the Worksite: Maintaining Sanitary Conditions. R. Kravitz. Jan.: 46-48.
  • Incident Investigation: Evidence Preservation. B. Hughes. Oct.: 55-57.
  • Innovation Through People: Gerdau Ameristeel-Charlotte’s Brick Chute Design. M. Workman. June: 22-25.
  • Learning From the H1N1 Experience. W. Besse and J. Harrell. Nov.: 36-37.
  • LEED and the Safety Profession: Green Has Come of Age. N. Silins. March: 46-49.
  • Machine Safeguarding: A Review of Key Safety Standards. R. Ebens. Feb.: 46-48.
  • OSHA.gov: Using the Inspection Database. W.M. Montante. April: 60-63.
  • Pandemic Preparation: What Businesses Can Do. June: 36-39.
  • Ready to Be a Safety Hero? Five Lessons Learned From Flight 1549. C. Potter and D. Potter. June: 18-19.
  • Safety Audits: Comparing Three Types of Assessments. P.A. Esposito. Dec.: 42-43.
  • Safety Incentives Programs: Avoiding the Pitfalls. M. Resnick. July: 46-48.
  • Safety Process Improvements: Practices to Reduce Variation and Eliminate Waste. G. Jimmerson. June: 26-28.
  • Staying on Top: Residential Roofing Fall Protection. T. Maroushek and C. Firl. May: 28-31.
  • TECHnically Safe: Gaining 360° Visibility With Technology. P. Thiveos. April: 54-56.
  • Using Root-Cause Analysis to Improve Risk Management. B. Hughes, M. Hall and D. Rygaard. Feb.: 54-55.

Business of Safety

  • Economic Analysis: Make the Business Case for SH&E. A. Veltri and J. Ramsay. Sept.: 22-30.
  • Financial Decision Makers’ Views on Safety: What SH&E Professionals Should Know. Y.-H. Huang, T.B. Leamon, T.K. Courtney, S. DeArmond, P.Y. Chen and M.F. Blair. April: 36-42.

Change Initiatives

  • Human Performance Improvement: Key to Sustainable Safety Excellence. R.M. Crossman, D. Cangelosi Crossman and J.E. Lovely. June: 63-72.

Design Safety

  • Submarine Accidents: A 60-Year Statistical Assessment. C. Tingle. Sept.: 31-39.

Employee Involvement

  • Proactive Safety: Engage Employees in Failure Modes and Effects Analysis to Improve Safety. C. Welborn and C. Boraiko. Oct.: 37-41.
  • The Safety Assurance Network: How Toyota Makes Sure Safety Is Everyone’s Job. J.A. Colazo and C. Talpone. July: 28-34.

Employee Training

  • Engage Your Audience: Using Audience Response Systems in SH&E Training. J.A. LaRose. June: 58-62.

Equipment Design

  • Scissor Lift Safety: An Initiative to Model Static Stability. M. Ronaghi, J.Z. Wu, C.S. Pan, J.R. Harris, D. Welcome, S.S. Chiou, B. Boehler and R.G. Dong. April: 43-48.

Ergonomics

  • Ergonomic Investments: A Plant-Level Exploratory Analysis. T. Brace and A. Veltri. Feb.: 24-30.

Fire Prevention

  • Lessons Learned: A Review of Published Investigation Reports From the Charleston Sofa Super Store Fire. F.J. Baker. July: 35-45.

HazCom

  • Web-Based Technology: A Competitive Advantage for Global MSDS Management. S. Williams. Aug.: 20-27.

Hazard Control

  • Finding All the Hazards: How Do We Know We Are Done? S. Cantrell and P. Clemens. Nov.: 32-35.

Injury Prevention

  • Musculoskeletal Disorders: Examining Best Practices for Prevention. B.C. Amick III, S. Brewer, J.M. Tullar, D. Van Eerd, D.C. Cole and E. Tompa. March: 24-28.

Leadership

  • Volunteers Leading Volunteers: Developing the Leadership Chain in Not-For-Profit Organizations. J.C. Camplin. May: 36-42.

Mine Safety

  • Continuous Mining: A Pilot Study of the Role of Visual Attention Locations and Work Position in Underground Coal Mines. J.R. Bartels, S. Gallagher and D.H. Ambrose. Aug.: 28-35.

Occupational Hazards

  • Flame-Resistant Clothing: Its Role in Protecting Electric Line Workers From Arc Flash Burns. K. Wulf. June: 52-57.
  • Stairway Falls: An Ergonomics Analysis of 80 Cases. J. Cohen, C.A. LaRue and H.H. Cohen. Jan.: 27-32.

Occupational Safety

  • Arc Blast Hazards: The Limitations of Metal-Clad Enclosures to Protect Workers. J.J. Kolak. June: 46-51.
  • Ride-On Lawnmowers: The Hazards of Overturning. M.L. Myers. May: 52-63.

Professional Development

  • Being an Expert Witness: Key Requirements and Suggestions for Success. S.L. Murray. March: 20-23.

Professional Issues

  • Safety Engineering: The Future of the Profession in the U.S. J. Mroszczyk. Jan.: 33-41.

Research to Practice

  • Machine Safety: Developing an Operator Presence System. J.R. Powers Jr., D. E. Ammons and I. Brand. Nov.: 28-31.
  • Safety Eyewear: How Much Coverage Does It Provide? J.R. Harris, R. Whisler, D.E. Ammons, J. Spahr and L.L. Jackson. July: 22-27.

Risk Management

  • Enterprise Risk Assessments: Holistic Approach Provides Companywide Perspective. J.D. Loghry and C.B. Veach. Feb.: 31-35.

Safety Management

  • Behavioral Safety in a Refinery: Large-Scale Change and Long-Term Results. R.E. Medina, T.E. McSween, K. Rost and A.M. Alvero. Aug.: 36-40.
  • Behavioral Safety Interventions: A Review of Process Design Factors. M.D. Cooper. Feb.: 36-45.
  • Outside the Norm: Understanding the Unique Challenges of Nontraditional Work Environments. W.D. Ash. Jan.: 20-26.
  • People or Systems? To Blame Is Human. The Fix Is to Engineer. R.J. Holden. Dec.: 34-41.
  • Preventing Occupational Fatalities: A Review of Findings From a Recent Industry Forum. T.L. Cekada, C.A. Janicak and L.H. Ferguson. March: 29-32.
  • Respiratory Protection: Is Your Program Effective? B. Doney, M. Greskevitch, D. Groce, G. Syamlal, K.M. Bang and J.M. Mazurek. May: 32-35.
  • Safety and Lean: One Manufacturer’s Lessons Learned and Best Practices. M.R. Hallowell, A. Veltri and S. Johnson. Nov.: 22-27.
  • SH&E Strategic Planning: A Maturity-Criticality Approach to Continuous Improvement. D. Steinbacher and A. Smith. Oct.: 30-36.
  • Safety Perception Survey: Yes, You Can Conduct Your Own. D. Ryan. Dec.: 22-27.
  • Transforming Safety Culture: Grassroots-Led/Management-Supported Change at a Major Utility. S.I. Simon and P.A. Cistaro. April: 28-35.

Safety Metrics

  • Leading and Lagging Indicators: Do They Add Value to the Practice of Safety? F.A. Manuele. Dec.: 28-33.

Safety Research

  • Predicting Incident Rates: Artificial Intelligence as a Forecasting Tool. A. Al-Mutairi and J.M. Haight. Sept.: 40-48.

Author Index

A

  • Al-Mutairi, Abdullah Sept.: 40-48
  • Alvero, Alicia M. Aug.: 36-40
  • Ambrose, Dean H. Aug.: 28-35
  • Amick III, Benjamin C. March: 24-28
  • Ammons, Douglas E. July: 22-27, Nov.: 28-31
  • Ash, Wendy D. Jan.: 20-26

B

  • Baker, Frank J. July: 35-45
  • Balint, Simon Oct.: 26-28
  • Banas, Joe Oct.: 50-51
  • Bang, Ki Moon May: 32-35
  • Bartels, John R. Aug.: 28-35
  • Behm, Michael Oct.: 42-49
  • Besse, William Nov.: 36-37
  • Blair, Michael F. April: 36-42
  • Bloom, Sarah July: 18-21
  • Boehler, Brad April: 43-48
  • Boraiko, Carol Oct.: 37-41
  • Brace, Tony Feb.: 24-30
  • Brand, Ivan Nov.: 28-31
  • Brewer, Shelley March: 24-28
  • Brown, Bruce J. April: 58-59

C

  • Camplin, Jeffery C. May: 36-42
  • Cantrell, Susan Nov.: 32-35
  • Cekada, Tracey L. March: 29-32
  • Chen, Peter Y. April: 36-42
  • Chiou, Sharon S. April 43-48
  • Christie, Robert S. Dec.: 20-21
  • Cistaro, Peter A. April: 28-35
  • Clemens, Pat Nov.: 32-35
  • Cohen, H. Harvey Jan.: 27-32
  • Cohen, Joseph Jan.: 27-32
  • Colazo, Jorge A. July: 28-34
  • Cole, Donald C. March: 24-28
  • Cooper, M. Dominic Feb.: 36-45
  • Coscarelli, Michael Oct.: 50-51
  • Courtney, Theodore K. April: 36-42
  • Crossman, Donna Cangelosi June: 63-72
  • Crossman, Richard M. June: 63-72

D

  • DeArmond, Sarah April: 36-42
  • Doney, Brent May: 32-35
  • Dong, Ren G. April: 43-48

E

  • Ebens, Ryan Feb.: 46-48
  • Emery, Robert J. April: 58-59
  • Esposito, Paul A. Dec.: 42-43

F

  • Ferguson, Lon H. March: 29-32
  • Firl, Craig May: 28-31

G

  • Gallagher, Sean Aug.: 28-35
  • Geller, E. Scott May: 43-51
  • Greskevitch, Mark May: 32-35
  • Groce, Dennis May: 32-35

H

  • Haight, Joel M. Sept.: 40-48
  • Hall, Mark Feb.: 54-55
  • Hallowell, Matthew R. Nov.: 22-27
  • Harrell, Jackson Nov.: 36-37
  • Harris, James R. April: 43-48, July: 22-27
    Holden, Richard J. Dec.: 34-41
  • Huang, Yueng-Hsiang April: 36-42
  • Hughes, Brian Feb.: 54-55, Oct.: 55-57

J

  • Jackson, Larry L. July: 22-27
  • Janicak, Christopher A. March: 29-32
  • Jimmerson, Glenn June: 26-28
  • Johnson, Stephen Nov.: 22-27

K

  • Kolak, John J. June: 46-51
  • Kravitz, Robert Jan.: 46-48

L

  • LaRose, Julie A. June: 58-62
  • LaRue, Cindy A. Jan.: 27-32
  • Leamon, Tom B. April: 36-42
  • Loghry, Jerry D. Feb.: 31-35
  • Logli, Michael Aug.: 44-45
  • Lovely, Julie E. June: 63-72

M

  • Manuele, Fred A. Dec.: 28-33
  • Maroushek, Tim May: 28-31
  • Mazurek, Jacek M. May: 32-35
  • McSween, Terry E. Aug.: 36-40
  • Medina, Rixio E. Aug.: 36-40
  • Montante, William M. April: 60-63
  • Mroszczyk, John Jan.: 33-41
  • Murray, Susan L. March: 20-23
  • Myers, Melvin L. May: 52-63

O

  • O’Donnell, Ryan Oct.: 26-28

P

  • Pan, Christopher S. April: 43-48
  • Potter, Carl June: 18-19
  • Potter, Deb June: 18-19
  • Powers Jr., John R. Nov.: 28-31

R

  • Ramsay, Jim Sept.: 22-30
  • Resnick, Marc July: 46-48
  • Ronaghi, Mahmood April: 43-48
  • Rost, Kristen Aug.: 36-40
  • Ryan, Dennis Dec.: 22-27
  • Rygaard, Dennis Feb.: 54-55

S

  • Sawchuk, Mike March: 42-45
  • Silins, Neil March: 46-49
  • Simon, Steven I. April: 28-35
  • Smith Anthony Oct.: 30-36
  • Spahr, Jim July: 22-27
  • Steinbacher, David Oct.: 30-36
  • Syamlal, Girija May: 32-35

T

  • Talpone, Carlos July: 28-34
  • Thiveos, Peter April: 54-56
  • Tingle, Christopher Sept.: 31-39
  • Tompa, Emile March: 24-28
  • Tullar, Jessica M. March: 24-28

V

  • Van Eerd, Dwayne March: 24-28
  • Veach, Chad B. Feb.: 31-35
  • Veltri, Anthony Feb.: 24-30, Sept.: 22-30, Nov.: 22-27

W

  • Welborn, Cliff Oct.: 37-41
  • Welcome, Daniel April 43-48
  • Whisler, Richard July: 22-27
  • Williams, Scott Aug.: 20-27
  • Workman, Monica June: 22-25
  • Wu, John Z. April: 43-48
  • Wulf, Kirk June: 52-57

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