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Prof. Safety 68 (01): 18–28.
Paper Number: ASSE-23-01-18
Published: 03 January 2023
... management control secretary hsse standard osha united states government north america government infeasibility procedure taubitz employer maintenance exposure ptd compliance oshrc docket energy operational safety loto hazard cfr 1910 requirement HAZARD CONTROL Peer-Reviewed...
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Prof. Safety 67 (10): 16–22.
Paper Number: ASSE-22-10-16
Published: 03 October 2022
... states government artificial intelligence construction employer north america government cfr 1926 crystalline silica table 1 exposure assessment violation silica hazard university osha inspection contractor history carcinogen respiratory protection silicosis silica standard...
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Prof. Safety 67 (09): 22–30.
Paper Number: ASSE-22-09-22
Published: 02 September 2022
... often lead to legal proceedings. For example, an injured employee may file a workers’ compensation claim that is ultimately litigated before a workers’ compensation commission and may result in a later appeal to a state court. An injured employee may sue an employer in state or federal court for gross...
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Prof. Safety 67 (06): 24–28.
Paper Number: ASSE-22-06-24
Published: 01 June 2022
.... This experienced group of safety professionals disagreed about the proper course. Some thought that because the employee was on a lunch break, the person was not in the course and scope of employment. Others felt that because the incident occurred on company property at the end of the break and the employee...
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Prof. Safety 66 (05): 22–30.
Paper Number: ASSE-21-05-22
Published: 01 May 2021
.../tagout was more properly defined by setup without lockout/tagout. OSHA in 1990 with the promulgation of 29 CFR 1910.147, Con- Under the OSH Act, suppliers Incorrect. Only employers and trol of Hazardous Energy.) Lockout/tagout was how; the control of machinery are responsible employees have safety...
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Prof. Safety 66 (02): 34–39.
Paper Number: ASSE-21-02-34
Published: 01 February 2021
...Thomas Moore Key Takeaways Legalization of marijuana use is increasing at the state level, but its use is still illegal at the federal level. Employers must be familiar with the rights of the worker and the employer with regard to marijuana use at the state level. Unlike with alcohol, no definitive...
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Prof. Safety 65 (12): 28–31.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-12-28
Published: 01 December 2020
...Art Sapper Key Takeaways - Attorneys specializing in OSHA law often encounter employers and safety professionals who hold certain misconceptions that can waste time and resources, or even cause a loss of legal rights. - A long-time legal practitioner discusses several common misconceptions about...
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Prof. Safety 65 (11): 24–32.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-11-24
Published: 02 November 2020
... that the risk of using a guard is higher than not using a guard. The article discusses the implications of these findings to operators and employers. Stationary sawing machinery is a leading source of “contact with objects” injuries in the U.S. For the period 2009 to 2012, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS, 2009...
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Prof. Safety 65 (11): 33–38.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-11-33
Published: 02 November 2020
...Koshy Koshy; Michael Presutti Key Takeaways - Rutgers School of Public Health developed a construction industry confined spaces training intended to increase worker awareness and help employers educate and train their workforces in changes to corresponding OSHA standards. - Subsequently, many...
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Prof. Safety 65 (05): 33–38.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-05-33
Published: 01 May 2020
.... This study was initiated to explore solutions to many long-standing risk practices that are either not working or are slow in producing positive employer outcomes. This initiative was founded on the premise that large employers face the most challenges. With this burden, they often have greater resources...
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Prof. Safety 65 (01): 26–33.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-01-26
Published: 01 January 2020
...Gary L. Mullins, Jr. Key Takeaways Employers today often balance employer/employee relationships through the use of internal and external hiring practices. Research sought to investigate the possibility of worker arrangement influencing occupational health. A contextual analysis explores...
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Prof. Safety 64 (12): 20–28.
Paper Number: ASSE-19-12-20
Published: 01 December 2019
...Joe Story; Jason Kight KEY TAKEAWAYS Best practice recommendations from OSHA and numerous consensus standards advise employers to include workers in safety and health efforts. Many organizations fail to take a comprehensive approach to worker participation and are unable to reap the full benefits...
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Prof. Safety 64 (06): 40–45.
Paper Number: ASSE-19-06-40
Published: 01 June 2019
... uses the General Duty Clause to cite employers, but only after an incident occurs. This article aims to increase awareness of the hazard of heat stress, which seems to be underreported, and to encourage policymakers to improve reporting requirements in all U.S. states. In construction, large portion...
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Prof. Safety 64 (06): 46–50.
Paper Number: ASSE-19-06-46
Published: 01 June 2019
..., the visit is confidential and is delivered by state-run agencies. Employers engaged in a consultation visit are deferred from general or programmed OSHA enforcement inspections. This article details the process of how to get started and explains what to expect from a visit. It also offers insight...
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Prof. Safety 63 (11): 44–48.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-11-44
Published: 01 November 2018
... human factors ergonomic spis compliance management support safety performance statistics safety osh professional health & medicine implementation indicator workplace osh coordinator occupational health ergonomics employer operational safety consumer health loss event ergonomic...
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Prof. Safety 63 (08): 36–40.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-08-36
Published: 01 August 2018
... of medical marijuana grows. While medical marijuana is legal, employers may not know if employees are impaired at work. This is a growing problem as several states have already legalized medical marijuana use (see the "Marijuana Legalization Status" sidebar), public support for marijuana legalization rises...
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Prof. Safety 63 (07): 30–35.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-07-30
Published: 01 July 2018
... HVAC start-up, workplace violence potential and heat stress exposure due to elevated temperature extremes. The risk appetite of U.S. employers is maturing to recognize and respond to the hazards of lone work. Old business paradigms of minimal staffing to achieve maximum profits are being countered...
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Prof. Safety 63 (06): 46–51.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-06-46
Published: 01 June 2018
...Daniel J. O'Connell Key Takeaways Tank truck inspectors, technicians, welders and cleanout specialists frequently enter confined spaces to perform work. Confined space hazards in tank trucks are an often-unrecognized threat to workers; employers must take precautions to prevent serious incidents...
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Prof. Safety 63 (05): 50–56.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-05-50
Published: 01 May 2018
... by reference include additional inspection, training, management, maintenance and other requirements that are often overlooked. OSH professionals can find the following sentence in OSHA standards for general industry (29 CFR Part 1910.6), construction (29 CFR 1926.6), shipyard employment (29 CFR Part 1915.5...
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Prof. Safety 63 (04): 42–47.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-04-42
Published: 01 April 2018
... as educational publications and student mentoring initiatives. The study presented aims to deconstruct the challenges and opportunities in the risk and insurance industry from the perspective of the large employer. The large employer space has been selected as a focus of study due to the collective baseline...

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