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April 2014

2011 Professional Safety Article Index

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Title Index

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Aligning Safety & Social Responsibility: Safety as a Value-Add to Corporate Stakeholders J. C. Camplin May: 46-55
Accident Costs: Rethinking Ratios of Indirect to Direct Costs F.A. Manuele January:39-47
Assessing Risk: A Simplified Methodology for Prejob Planning in Oil & Gas Production A Pinheiro, V Cranor, D Anderson September:34-41
B
Building Information Modeling: Safety Benefits & Opportunities D Rajendran, B Clark October:44-51
C
Change: Toward a Greener, Safer Horizon April: 53-54
Community Emergency Response: Have You Met Your Neighbors Yet? G.F. Miehl December:35-41
Construction Guardrails Development of a Multifunctional System T.G. Bobivk  E.E. McKenzie Jr. January:48-54
D
Driver Education: The Missing Link in Traffic Safety D.M. English February:44-47
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Effective Emergency Management: A closer Look at the Incident Command System B. Bennett November:28-37
Effective Training: A Case Study From the Oil & Gas Industry E.T. Cullen March:40-47
Electric Vehicle Noise: Are They Too Quiet D.L. Fender January:34-38
Training for Safety in Emergencies: Inoculation for Underground Coal Mine Emergencies C.Y. Knigsley-Westerman,   K.A. Margolis, K.M. Kowalski-Trakofler November:42-46
Engaging Employees: Another Step in Improving Safety M.S. Raines April:36-43
Engaging Learners: Techniques to Make Training Stick F.E. Fanning August:42-48
Environmental Assessment & Remediation: What an SH&E Manager Should Expect A. Getchell E.M. Yalcin D. Prokopchak September:50-57
Ethics: The Absurd Yet Preferred Approach to Safety Management K.K. Wachter June:50-57
Examining the Safety Road Map M.J. Hekmat March:
Extreme Industrial Rope Rescue: Preplanning for Success J.L. Pennington, N. Pennington May:56-69
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Fire Prevention: A Guide to Protecting Employees & Property P.E. Ross October:62-69
Five Crucial Conversations That Drive Workplace Safety J Grenny D. Maxfield August:24-26
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HazCom Compliance: A Critical Component of a Comprehensive SH&E Compliance Program K. Blake October:38-42

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Improving Chemical Compliance and Lowering Risk J. Calvillo D Burkett January:60-61
Inherently Safer Design: An overview of Key Elements D.C. Hendershot February:48-55
J  
Job Safety Analysis: Its Role Today D.D. Glenn March:48-57
K
Key Hearing Conservation Issues for 2011 & Beyond T Schulz March:74-75
L
Losing Balance Upon Standing: Do Construction Workers Perceive the Problem? A.T. Didomenico, R.W. McGorry, M.F. Blair, & Y Huang August:56-61
M
Managing Unsafe Drivers & Their Unsafe Habits P.R. Moser May:16-18
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Nanomaterials The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: A Case Study L.C. Caskey, C Kolbash August:49-55
Need Training? Conducting an Effective Needs Assessment T.C. Cakada December:28-34
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Peer-to-Peer Safety Feedback: Engaging in Effective Safety Conversations, David Frances
Peer-to-Peer Safety Feedback: Inoculation for Underground Coal Mine Emergencies C.Y. Kingsley-Westerman, K.A.Margolis, K,M, Kowalski-Trakofler
Preparing for a Pandemic: Lessons From H1N1 D.R. Roy June: 44-49
Prevention in a Multigenerational Workplace M.W. Thompson May:32-35
Process Safety Management: Finding the Right Audit B.D. Rains October:81-84
R
Respiratory Protection Simplified M. Shirley January:55-57
Reviewing Heinrich: Dislodging Two Myths From the Practice of Safety October:52-61
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Safety Action Review Board B. Hughes May: 36-38
Safety at the Store S Wesche February: 60-61
Safety in Fast-Food Restaurants W. Chang T. Courtney Y. Huang K. Li A. Filiaggi S. Verma May:62-69
Safety in Roofing: Practice of Contractors that Employee Hispanic Workers April: 44-52
Safety Is No Accident K. Haberer April: 58-59
Safety Leadership: Finding Common Ground E. S. Dunlap September:42-49
Safety Management: A Personal Development Strategy T.A. Smith March: 58-68
Safety Perception Surveys: What to Ask, How to Analyze M. O’Toole D.P. Nalbone June:58-62
Shelter-In-Place for Emergency Incidents D. Casserly A. Bermudez September:58-60
Six Ways To Improve Lab Ergonomics J. Ellison K. Jensen June:76-78

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Tethering Tools When Working at Heights: Selecting the Proper Tether or Lanyard to Reduce Injuries j. Salentine September:66-68
The Role of the Expert Witness in Fire Investigations j. Toscano November:12-13
Translation for the Safety Industry S.M. Donaldson June:72
Training for Safety in Emergencies: Inoculating for Underground Coal Mine Emergencies, Catherine Y. Kingsley Westerman, Katherine A. Margolis and Kathleen M. Kowalski-Trakofler, November: 42-46
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Whole-Body Vibration Improving Awareness Among SH&E Professionals H.W. Paschold, A.G. Mayton April:30-35
Working Alone: A Look at Legislation in Canada N. Keith February:56-59
Workplace First-Aid Kits: Aligning Hardware With Hazards S. Gunderson, C. Helikson December:42-48
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Subject Index

ASSE Foundation

Behavior Change

Best Practices
Change: Toward a Greener, Safer Horizon April 53-54
Examining the Safety Road Map M.J. Hekmat March:30-32
Five Crucial Conversations That Drive Workplace Safety J Grenny D. Maxfield August:24-26
HazCom Compliance: A Critical Component of a Comprehensive SH&E Compliance Program K. Blake October:38-42
Improving Chemical Compliance and Lowering Risk J. Calvillo, D Burkett January:60-61
Key Hearing Conservation Issues for 2011 & Beyond T Schulz March:74-75
Managing Unsafe Drivers & Their Unsafe Habits P.R. Moser May:16-18
Prevention in a Multigenerational Workplace M.W. Thompson May:32-35
Process Safety Management: Finding the Right Audit B.D. Rains October:81-84
Respiratory Protection Simplified M. Shirley January:55-57
Safety Action Review Board B. Hughes May 36-38
Safety at the Store S Wesche February:60-61
Safety Is No Accident K. Haberer April: 58-59
Shelter-In-Place for Emergency Incidents D. Casserly A. Bermudez September:58-60
Six Ways to Improve Lab Ergonomics J. Ellison K. Jensen June:76-78
Tethering Tools When Working at Heights: Selecting the Proper Tether or Lanyard to Reduce Injuries J. Salentine September:66-68
The Role of the Expert Witness in Fire Investigations J. Toscano November: 12-13
Translation for The Safety Industry S.M. Donaldson June:72

Business of Safety

Change Initiatives

Chemical Safety

Construction Safety
Losing Balance Upon Standing: Do Construction Workers Perceive the Problem? A.T. Didomenico, R.W. McGorry, M.F. Blair, & Y Huang August:56-61

Compliance

Design Safety

Driver Safety
Driver Education: The Missing Link in Traffic Safety D.M. English February;44-47
Electrical Safety

Emerging Hazards
Nanomaterial’s The Good, the Bad, the Ugly: A Case Study L.C. Caskey, C Kolbash August:49-55

Emerging Issues
Electric Vehicle Noise: Are The Too Quiet D.L. Fender January:34-38

Employee Engagement

Employee Involvement

Employee Protection

Employee Training
Training for Safety in Emergencies: Inoculating for Underground Coal Mine Emergencies, Catherine Y. Kingsley Westerman, Katherine A. Margolis and Kathleen M. Kowalski-Trakofler, November: 42-46
Energy Safety

Equipment Design

Ergonomics

Fall Protection
Construction Guardrails Development of a Multifunctional System T.G. Bobivk E.E.McKenzie Jr. January:48-54

Fire Prevention

HazCom

Hazard Control

Hazardous Chemicals
Inherently Safer Design: An overview of Key Elements D.C. Hendershot February:48-55

Hearing Protection

Human Factors

Injury Prevention

Leadership

Metrics

Mine Safety

Occupational Hazards
Safety in Fast-Food Restaurants: Factors That Influence Employee Preceptions W. Chang T. Courtney Y. Huang K. Li A. Filiaggi S. Verma May:62-69
Safety in Roofing: Practice of Contractors that employee Hispanic Workers April:44-52
Whole-Body Vibration Improving Awareness Among SH&E Professionals H.W. Paschold, A.G. Mayton April:30-35

Occupational Safety

Prevention Through Design
Building Information Modeling: Safety Benefits & Opportunities D Rajendran, B Clark October:44-51

Professional Development
Aligning Safety & Social Responsibility: Safety as a Value-Add to Corporate Stakeholders J. C. Camplin May:46-55
Reviewing Heinrich: Dislodging Two Myths From the Practice of Safety October:52-61
Safety Leadership: Finding Common Ground E S Dunlap September:42-49

Program Development
Assessing Risk: A Simplified Methodology for Prejob Planning in Oil & Gas Production A Pinheiro, V Cranor, D Anderson September:34-41
Community Emergency Response: Have You Met Your Neighbors Yet? G.F. Miehl December:35-41
Effective Emergency Management: A closer Look at the Incident Command System B. Bennett November:28-37
Effective Training: A Case Study From the Oil & Gas Industry E.T. Cullen March:40-47
Peer-to-Peer Safety Feedback: Engaging in Effective Safety Conversations, David Frances
Engaging Employees: Another Step in Improving Safety M.S. Raines April:36-43
Environmental Assessment & Remediation: What an SH&E Manager Should Expect A. Getchell E.M. Yalcin D. Prokopchak September:50-57
Extreme Industrial Rope Rescue: Preplanning for Success J.L. Pennington, N. Pennington May:56-69
Need Training? Conducting an Effective Needs Assessment T.C. Cakada December:28-34
Preparing for a Pandemic: Lessons From H1N1 D.R. Roy June: 44-49
Safety Perception Surveys: What to Ask, How to Analyze M. O’Toole D.P. Nalbone June:58-62

Professional Issues
Ethics: The Absurd Yet Preferred Approach to Safety Management K.K. Wachter June:50-57

Research to Practice

Risk Assessment

Risk Management
Job Safety Analysis: Its Role Today D.D. Glenn March:48-57

Safety Culture

Safety Communication
Peer-to-Peer Safety Feedback: Inoculation for Underground Coal Mine Emergencies C.Y. Kingsley-Westerman, K.A. Margolis, K,M, Kowalski-Trakofler

Safety Management
Accident Costs: Rethinking Ratios of Indirect to Direct Costs F.A. Manuele January:39-47
Workplace First-Aid Kits: Aligning Hardware With Hazards S. Gunderson, C. Helikson December:42-48

Safety Metrics

Safety Research

Safety Training

System Thinking
Safety Management: A Personal Development Strategy T.A. Smith March:58-68

Training
Engaging Learners: Techniques to Make Training Stick F.E. Fanning August:42-48

Worker Protection

Worker Safety
Working Alone: A Look at Legislation in Canada N. Keith February:56-59

Author Index

A
Anderson, David O September:34-41
B
Bennett, Brian November:28-37
Bermudez, Alberto September:58-60
Blair, Michael F. August:56-61
Blake: Kami October:38-42
Bobick, Thomas G. January:48-54
Burkett, Duane January:60-61
C
Calvillo, JeanMarie January:60-61
Camplin, Jeffery C May:46-55
Caskey, L Celeste August:49-55
Casserly, Dennis September:58-60
Catherine Y. Kingsley Westerman
Cekada, Tracey L. December:28-34
Chang, Wen-Ruey May:62-69
Clarke, Brian October: 44-51
Courtney, Theodore K. May:62-69
Cranor, Ben D September:34-41
Cullen, Elaine T. March:40-47
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DiDomenico, Angela T. August:56-61
Donaldson, S. Mitchell June:72
Dunlap, E.S September:42-49
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Ellison, Jessica June:76-78
English, Donald M February:44-47

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Fanning, Fred E August:24-26
Fender, David L. January:34-38
Filiaggi, Alfred J. May:61-69
Frances, David November:38-41
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Getchell, Aaron September:50-57
Glenn, David D. March:48-57
Grenny, Joseph August:24-26
Gunderson, Scott December:42-48
H
Haberer, Kraig April: 53-54
Helikson, Cameron December:42-48
Hensen, Chris April 58-59
Hinze, Jimmie April: 44-52
Hekmat, Mazimillian J. March:30-32
Hendershot, Dennis C. February:48-55
Hughes, Brian May: 36-38
Huang,Yueng-Hsiang May:62-69, August:56-61
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Jensen, Ketil June:76-78
K
Katherine A. Margolis
Kathleen M. Kowalski-Trakofler
Keith, Norm February: 56-59
Kingsley-Westerman November:42-46
Kolbash, Christopher August:49-55
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Li, Kai Way May:62-69
M
Mandel, Shawn April:58-59
Manuele, Fred A. January:39-47
Manuele, Fred A. October:52-61
Margolis, Katherine A November:42-46
Maxfield, David August: August:24-26
Mayton, Alan C. April: 30-35
McGorry, Raymond W. August:56-61
McKenzie, E.A.”Tony” January:48-54
Miehl,Gabriel F.December:35-41
Moser, Philip R. May:16-18

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Nalbone, David P. June:58-62
O
Olbina, Svetlana April:44-52
O’Toole, Michael June:58-67
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Paschold, Helmut April:30-35
Pennington, Jonathan L. May:56-69
Pennington, Nicole May:56-69
Pinheiro, Angelo September:34-41
Prokopchak, Dale September:50-57

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Raines, Megan S. April:36-43
Rains, Brian D. October:81-84
Rajendran, Salthy October:44-51
Roy, Debora R. June: 44-49
Rubin, Matt April: 44-52
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Salentine, John September:66-68
Schulz, Theresa March:74-75
Shirley, Mark January:55-57
Smith, Thomas A. March:58-68
T
Thompson, Michael W. May: 32-35
Toscano, Joe November:12-13
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Verma, Sanotosh K. May: 62-69
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Wachter, Jan K. June:50-57
Wesche, Sara February: 60-61
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Yalcin, Ersin M. September:50-57

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