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Prof. Safety 69 (02): 18–26.
Paper Number: ASSE-24-02-18
Published: 01 February 2024
...Matthew R. Hallowell; Carren Spencer Key Takeaways - Understanding how to prevent serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs) is a priority for the safety profession. Potential SIF (PSIF) events may be used to significantly broaden learning. However, an experiment revealed that current methods...
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Prof. Safety 68 (10): 16–20.
Paper Number: ASSE-23-10-16
Published: 02 October 2023
... 2023 2 10 2023 2 10 2023 2 10 2023 Copyright 2023, American Society of Safety Professionals hazard fatality requirement regulation north america government incident osha united states government hierarchy exposure fall prev protection pa thomas prevention...
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Prof. Safety 67 (05): 27–30.
Paper Number: ASSE-22-05-27
Published: 01 May 2022
... was taken at the February 1990 BCSP meeting when a definition of safety practice was written: Safety practice is the identification, evaluation and control of hazards to prevent or mitigate harm or damage to people, property, or the environment. That practice is based on knowledge and skill as respects...
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Prof. Safety 65 (11): 39–44.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-11-39
Published: 02 November 2020
... health & medicine safety science safety climate the restaurant industry november 2020 prevention risk nonacceptance respondent perception restaurant safety psychology injury WORKPLACE SAFETY Peer-Reviewed SCALIFMETAYTE Within Ontario Restaurants RBy Lin Xi Yu and Chun-Yip Hon...
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Prof. Safety 65 (04): 25–35.
Paper Number: ASSE-20-04-25
Published: 01 April 2020
...Bruce K. Lyon; Georgi Popov Key Takeaways The concept of protecting people and assets with layers of controls, both preventive and mitigative, is an important aspect of reducing and managing operational risk. Rarely is one control adequate in reducing and maintaining risk to a level...
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Prof. Safety 64 (11): 24–35.
Paper Number: ASSE-19-11-24
Published: 01 November 2019
...Bruce K. Lyon; David L. Walline; Georgi Popov KEY TAKEAWAYS Studies indicate that gaps found in design are significant contributors to workplace serious injuries and fatalities (SIFs), which points to the need for prevention through design (PTD) concepts. The greatest opportunity to avoid...
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Prof. Safety 64 (05): 34–43.
Paper Number: ASSE-19-05-34
Published: 01 May 2019
... as low as reasonably practicable (ALARP). ANSI/ASSP Z590.3-2011 (R2106), Prevention Through Design, defines ALARP as "that level of risk which can be further lowered only by an increase in resource expenditure that is disproportionate in relation to the resulting decrease in risk." Achieving...
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Prof. Safety 63 (09): 44–49.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-09-44
Published: 01 September 2018
... new york participant cambridge university press compassion communication motivation social responsibility injury-free workplace prevention artificial intelligence geller deci interpersonal communication psychology work culture workplace september 2018 competence integrating hsse...
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Prof. Safety 63 (09): 50–57.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-09-50
Published: 01 September 2018
... injuries, from 21 to 30 through 31 or more days, are a larger share of the remaining total. Safety practitioners should be attentive to the signal in the 62% increase in cases resulting in 31 or more days of lost time. permit system prevention reduction fatality deficiency unsafe act heinrich...
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Prof. Safety 63 (07): 41–49.
Paper Number: ASSE-18-07-41
Published: 01 July 2018
...Connie Muncy Key Takeaways Workplace cancer statistics from around the world reflect the seriousness of the global workplace cancer situation and reveal which worker groups are at greatest risk. This article discusses why workplace cancer prevention has a lower profile than workplace injury...
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Prof. Safety 62 (08): 24–30.
Paper Number: ASSE-17-08-24
Published: 01 August 2017
... people selectively transportation safety artificial intelligence implication conceptual framework situational psychology contextual factor perception horrey prevention automation calibration judgment wicken availability health & medicine lesch risk perception accident analysis...
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Prof. Safety 62 (05): 38–43.
Paper Number: ASSE-17-05-38
Published: 01 May 2017
... construction firm safety performance musculoskeletal disorder respondent information sf program implementation ergonomics consumer health program implementation injury prevention health & medicine participant wmsd injury lost-workday injury 38 ProfessionalSafety may 2017 www.asse.org Sang...
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Prof. Safety 62 (04): 26–33.
Paper Number: ASSE-17-04-26
Published: 01 April 2017
... manuele responsibility incident hazard risk level us government upstream oil & gas alarp prevention accident safety practitioner excerpt operational safety csb safety management board of directors safety risk assessment acceptable risk level indicator Safety Management Peer...
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Prof. Safety 61 (10): 50–56.
Paper Number: ASSE-16-10-50
Published: 01 October 2016
... and praised for its commitment to ESH. In November 2014, four DuPont employ- ees at the company s LaPorte, TX, plant were killed via chemical exposure. The subsequent incident investigation prompted OSHA s David Michaels to state, the four preventable deaths and the very serious hazards we uncovered...
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Prof. Safety 61 (09): 37–44.
Paper Number: ASSE-16-09-37
Published: 01 September 2016
...Bruce K. Lyon; Georgi Popov; Elyce Biddle In Brief As indicated in the prevention through design (PTD) hierarchy of controls model, the most effective means of preventing and controlling occupational injuries, illnesses and fatalities in construction is to avoid, eliminate or minimize hazards...
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Prof. Safety 61 (06): 63–71.
Paper Number: ASSE-16-06-63
Published: 01 June 2016
... their responsibilities, and they do not choose their manager. In safety, outcome numbers are based on the relatively rare occurrence of an injury. These numbers (e.g., total recordable injury rate or TRIR) are reactive, reflect failure and are not diagnostic for injury prevention. In contrast, safety leaders hold people...
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Prof. Safety 61 (01): 33–37.
Paper Number: ASSE-16-01-33
Published: 01 January 2016
... industries, including construction. Defined as informal work-site training, these talks are designed to deliver safety messages to improve safety and prevent work-related incidents (Varley & Boldt, 2002). Also referred to as tailgate trainings and stand-up meetings, toolbox talks allow an employer...
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Prof. Safety 60 (09): 35–43.
Paper Number: ASSE-15-09-35
Published: 01 September 2015
... and contractors. This research will ultimately lead to a better understanding of SIF causes and the establishment of new paradigms for SIF prevention. The Pattern Is Evident Leaders who closely follow lagging and leading safety performance indicators have seen the national and global data (Figure 1, p. 36...
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Prof. Safety 60 (08): 42–46.
Paper Number: ASSE-15-08-42
Published: 01 August 2015
...Mohammad Kasirossafar; Farzad Shahbodaghlou In Brief Construction remains a highly hazardous industry. The prevention through design (PTD)/design for safety (DFS) concept is receiving greater attention as an effective way to eliminate many hazards. This article analyzes the relationship between...

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