Safety 2007 Proceedings



501 Using Project Management and Consulting Tools
502 The Potomac Crossing
503 Egress Exit Technology Opens in New York City
504 Environmental Compliance for the Safety Manager
505 An Introduction to Lean Principles for Ergonomists and Engineers for the Healthcare Industry
506 Potential Effects of Fungal Contamination on Health
507 People-Based Leadership: Gaining and Sustaining Engagement in Occupational Safety
508 Can We Be Both Safe and Sorry? When Safety Programs Reach Saturation
510 Effective Methods of Legal Risk Management for Safety and Health Professionals
512 Beyond Compliance: Breaking Through to the Next Level of HS&E Excellence
513 The Case for Inherent Safety: A Review of the Principles of Inherent Safety and Case Studies of Tragedies
514 Strategic Planning in Safety: Developing an Effective Safety Culture-Change Strategy
515 Introduction to Fireground Strategies and Tactics for the Non- Firefighter Safety Professional: Understanding the Capabilities and Limitations of the Fire Department
516 Implementing Z359.1: Managed Fall Protection Program Standard: Newer, Better Fall Protection
517 Using the Table Top Exercise Technique to Improve Your Organization?s Emergency Response Preparedness
518 Ignorance is No Excuse: Combustion Systems Standards and Codes
519 When Driver Safety Fails ? Then What? Vehicular Accident Analysis: The Big Picture
520 101A, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Overview of Regulatory Compliance
526 Benefits of Participation in the Safety Trained Supervisor (STS) Program
527 Indoor Air Quality Considerations During Construction and Renovation Projects
528.1 Planning for the Worst Case Scenario: Katrina as a Case Study for Emergency Response Planning and Recovery
528.2 Planning for the Worst Case Scenario: Katrina as a Case Study for Emergency Response Planning and Recovery
530 When the Rubber Hits the Road: Lessons From the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company?s Global Ergonomics Process
532 The Myths of Safety
533 Beyond Rhetoric ? How to Arrest Municipalities Very High Injury Rates by Combining Actuarial Analysis with Safety Management
534 Application of the United States Army Accident Causation Model During Combat Operations in Iraq
535 What Have You Done for Me Lately?
536 The Value of OSHA?s Voluntary Protection Program (VPP)
537 Controlling Human Error in Complex Manufacturing Systems
538 Motivating Employees for Safety Improvement: Reaching from the Shop Floor to the Boardroom
539 When the Safety Systems Fails the Worker: Did We Do our Job?
540 Implementing and Developing Industry Standards in the Design of Agriculture Safety Systems
541 Introduction to Basic Scaffold Safety
542 Hydrogen Sulfide, the ASSE/ANSI Z390.1-2006 Standard and the Impact of the Latest Revisions
543 Confessions of a Business Driver: Understanding Driver Safety Risks
551 Achieve Your Safety Outcomes with Effective Communication, Motivation & Presentation Techniques
552 Multi-Employer Job Sites: The Need to Effectively Pre-Qualify Contractors
553 Emergency Preparedness for All Industries...Yes, You Too
554 Visual Ergonomics in the Workplace
555 Birdflu Pandemic Planning, Preparedness and Response
556 Emerging Issues for Professional Practice in Healthcare
557 Briefing 2007: Global Trends in Workplace Safety and Health
559 Lift Truck Safety in the Distribution Environment: A Behavioral Approach to OSHA 1910.178
560 Enterprise Risk Management for the Safety Professional
561 Lean Six Sigma ? Innovative Safety Management
562 Managing Diversity for Safety, Health & Environmental Excellence
564 The SH&E Performance Consulting Partnership at Canadian National Railway: Engaging System-Wide Stakeholders to Transform Safety Culture
565 Storage Occupancies: Are Your Sprinklers Up to the Task?
566 Permit Required Confined Spaces: B85A Workshop for Proper Classification of Spaces
568 REP: Utilizing the Rational/Emotional/Physical Approach for Effective Employee Training
569 Advancing Your Career in Safety
601 Making Your Consulting Practice Work With an Effective Business Plan
602 Traffic Control Safety: Meeting the FHWA Minimums Is Not Enough
603 Environmental, Health and Safety Concerns During Facility Decommissioning
604 Soft Tissue Injuries: Questions Every Manager Should Ask to Get to the Heart of the Issues
606 Flight Safety Management ?Best Practices?: What Can We Learn From Them
610 High-Stakes Communications and the Media: What Environment, Health, and Safety Professionals Need to Know
611 Creating a Healthy Workplace Culture
612 Techniques for Hazard Recognition
613 Culture is Quantifiable
614 Boosting Safety with an Aging Workforce
615 Why Is Mechanical Integrity So Tough?
617 Drawing the Big Picture for Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
618 Tell Me a Story: Using Stories to Improve Occupational Safety Training
619 Developing a Quality Contractor Prequalification Program
620 101B, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Hazard Identification and Control
626 Ethics Awareness for the Practicing Safety Professional ? What Can We Learn From the Engineering Profession
627 Critical Issues in the Development and Implementation of Construction and Demolition Standards (ANSI/ASSE A10 Standards)
628 Emergency Medical Services ? A Transportation Safety Emergency
629 Lead-Based Paint Regulations: An Update of Best Practices
630 ADA and EEOC ? Compliant Functional Testing of Employees: A Defensive Hiring Method to Reduce Injuries and Increase Productivity
631 Safe Patient Handling: Strategies, Solutions and Challenges for Success
632 Human Performance Improvement
634 Presentation of a Graphic Model for Assessing Opportunities for Inherently Safer Industrial Systems
635 Bridging the Gap Between Liability Loss Control and Prevention and Occupational Safety and Health Management Practices in Addressing Liability-Related Losses
636 Safety and Health Integration: Understanding Systems Thinking to More Effectively Implement ANSI Z10
637 Managing Ergonomics in a Lean Environment
638 Helping Safety Managers Make Project Decisions in the Workplace: Weighted Scoring Decision Making
639 How to Move From Excellent to Extraordinary Safety Performance
641 Fall Protection: Certified Vs. Non-Certified Anchorages
643 Trucking Industry Best Practices
644 Biomechanics for Risk Managers-Analysis of Slip, Trip & Fall Injuries
652 I-9 Forms, Legislation and eSolutions
653 The 25 Greatest Hazards of Excavation
654 Confined Space Emergencies
656 Hazardous Materials Management Considerations in Healthcare
657 Culture Change: A Breakthrough in Safety Performance
658 Diesel Particulate Matter Exposure in Mining
660 Risk Management vs. Safety Management: Can?t We All Just Get Along?
661 Emerging Issues Survey ?What?s Up Doc?
662 Does Superior Performance in Occupational Safety Really Affect Business Performance?: A Search for Answers
663 Accident Prone or Unfit for Duty? Assessing Fitness-for-Duty in a Medical-Legal Framework
664 Management-Based Safety: Leading Your Organization to New Heights
665 Achieving Sustainable World Class Safety Performance and Culture
667 The HAZWOPER Regulation Simplified
668 From Warm Up to Wrap Up: Twenty One Great Safety Training Activities
669 New Developments in Fall Protection Planning
670 101C, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Workplace Health
702 First Things First ? ?Pre-Construction? Safety Issues
703 Your Service: Business Continuity Planning, Surviving Katrina
706 Two Sampling Methods to Enhance the Safety Professional?s Air Monitoring Capabilities
707 What Injury-Free Workers Can Teach Us
708 Application of the Process Safety Management Standard in Canada
710 Achieving World Class Safety Performance through Metrics
711 A Primer in Risk Management for the Safety Professional
713 3 Attributes to World Class Safety
715 Procedures for Managing the Incident Investigation After Serious and Catastrophic Incidents
716 Reducing Slip, Trip and Fall Accidents on Walkways and Stairs
718 The High Risk Driver ? What to Look for and How to Know
719 Using Your Safety Observations to Predict and Prevent Worksite Injuries
720 101D, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Basic Risk Management
721 Gaining Commitment Through Influencing and Collaborating With Others
722 Obtaining an Accredited SH&E Related Degree Through Online Learning
724 Evacuation! Understanding Behavioral Aspects of Emergency Response in Individuals
725 Environmental Management Systems: From Burden to Opportunity
726 The Boston Globe?s Best in Class Ergonomics Process
730 Integrating a Balanced Scorecard Approach to Risk Management in an OHSAS 18000/ANSI Z-10 Management System
731 Forecasting Incident Rates through Artificial Intelligence
734 VPP: Leaders in Safety and Health Excellence
735 Do You Have a Fatal Fall Protection Program?
736 Critical Controls ? New Imperatives for Industry
737 Communicating Health and Safety Issues in Training: From Basics to Board Level
738 A Fearless Look at What Really Causes Accidental Injuries and Fatalities
741 International Professional Certification
742 Craft-Specific Injury Prevention Programs: A Multi-Faceted Approach to Reducing Costs Associated with Musculoskeletal Injuries
744 Vapor Intrusion: A Growing Environmental Challenge
745 Managing Safety and Health ? Latex Products
747 Made in China - Safely
748 Acquisition of the PSM-Subject Facility: Considerations in Due Diligence
749 What Safety Professionals Know (and Don?t Know) About Older Workers
750 Job Demands Analysis: Defining the Physical Demands of the Work for Post-Offer and Return-to-Work Functional Testing
752 Assessing Safety Programs Effectiveness
753 Leading Measures for Improving Safety Performance
754 An Electrical Arc-Flash Hazard Analysis Primer: How the Proper Use of Engineering Controls can Significantly Reduce the Severity of Electrical Burn Injuries in Your Facility
755 Enhancing Your Safety Program With Safety Signs
760 101E, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Environment
761 The Career Significance of the Safety Through Design Provisions in Z10
764 Ergonomics Update: Why Women Are at Greater Risk?
766 Healthcare Safety Leadership: Back to Basics
769 Making the Choice for Safety is Always the Right Choice: Evaluating Service Provider ESH Performance in Your Workplace
770 Corporate Sustainability: Leading From the EHS Perspective
771 Planning and Conducting EHS Audits A Critical Component of Your Global Compliance Programs
772 Applying a Target Zero Motivational Safety System
773 Assessing and Controlling Electrostatic Hazards Found in Liquid and Powder Processing
774 Update ? Myths and Misconceptions in Fall Protection
775 Laser Safety: Corporate Responsibility, Training & Hazard Analysis
776 Games for Trainers
777 Implementing a Machine Hazard Assessment Program
778 101F, Fundamentals of SH&E ? Basic Safety Management
782 Implementing a Behavioral Safety Process on Construction Projects
783 Safety and Health Guidelines for Volunteers to Disaster Sites
784 Macroergonomics: A Systems Approach to Achieve Safety Excellence
785 Evaluation of Laboratory Fume Hood in a Volume Generating Process
786 The Impact of Globalization on Occupational Safety and Health
787 Hazmat Shipping: Must Know Issues for the SH&E Manager
788 A Model for Assessing the Cost/Benefit of Risk Reduction Alternatives
789 In the Path of Disaster ? Run, Hide or Prepare?
790 Executive Safety Committees ? Common Pitfalls and Implementation Considerations
791 Mastering the 5 Core Principles and 10 Key Elements of a successful Safety Process
792 Using Safety Culture Assessments to Develop More Effective Safety Interventions Steve
793 Route Sales, Service, & Delivery: Safety No-Man?s Land
794 Developing, Implementing and Measuring a Safety and Health Business Plan
795 Implementing An electrical Safety Program Using NFPA 70E
796 Horizontal Lifelines: Methods and Pitfalls
A001 Assessment of Student Learning: Direct and Indirect Methods that Work
A002 Planning and Development of Mock Accident Scenarios
A006 Improve School Safety and Security by Reviewing Lessons Learned from ?Active Shooter? Table Top Exercises
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SP01 Barreras Culturales Hacia La Seguridad
SP02 Nueva Generaci?n de M?tricas de Seguridad
SP03 Diversidad Intercultural: Un Enfoque Integral a la Diversidad Cultural en el Trabajo
SP04 ?Por qu? los trabajadores latinos tienen los ?ndices m?s altos de accidentabilidad y muertes en el trabajo?