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Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Sector Products

NIOSH TWU-related Publications and Reports: 2006 - present

Note that full goals can be seen in the   National TWU Agenda  .
"SG", "IG" and "AOG" refer to "Strategic Goal", "Intermediate Goal" and "Activity/Output Goal," respectively.

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Trucking

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • Division of Applied Research and Technology
  • Education and Information Division
NIOSH 2014 NIOSH Publication: 2014-150 Quick Sleep Tips for Truck Drivers Wellness: SG 3
  • Division of Applied Research and Technology
  • Education and Information Division
NIOSH 2014 NIOSH: Trucking Postcard 1 Sleep is Important for the Long Haul Wellness: SG 3
  • Division of Applied Research and Technology
  • Education and Information Division
NIOSH 2014 NIOSH: Trucking Postcard 2 Sleep is Important for the Long Haul Wellness: SG 3
  • T. Bunn
  • S. Slavoa
  • M. Robertson
Univ Kentucky 2013 Paper:   J Safety Research 2013; 44:51-55 Motor Vehicle Injuries among Semi Truck Drivers and Sleeper Berth Passengers (NAICS 484) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.10.2
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-135 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Truck Transportation (NAICS 484) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.14.1
  • J. Helmkamp
  • J. E. Lincoln
  • J. Sestito
  • E. Wood
  • J. Birdsey
  • M. Kiefer
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • Univ Utah
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
2012 Paper:  Am J Ind Med 2012; Epub ahead of print   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Risk factors, Health Behaviors, and Injury Among Adults Employed in the Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Super Sector

Traumatic Injury: SG 1


Wellness: SG 3

  • T. Bunn
  • S. Slavova
  • M. Robertson
Univ Kentucky 2012 Paper:   Accid Anal Prev 2012; 47:140-145 Crash and Burn? Vehicle, Collision, and Driver Factors that Influence Motor Vehicle Collision Fires Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
  • J. Guan
  • H. Hsiao
  • B. Bradtmiller
  • T.-Y. Kau
  • M. R. Reed
  • S. K. Jahns
  • J. Loczi
  • H. L. Hardee
  • D. P. T. Piamonte
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • Anthrotech
  • Univ of Michigan
  • Univ of Michigan
  • PACCAR Technical Center
  • Daimler Trucks North America
  • Navistar
  • Volvo Technology Corporation
2012 Paper:   Human Factors 2012; 54(5): 849-871   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) U.S. Truck Driver Anthropometric Study and Multivariate Anthropometric Models for Cab Designs Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.12.1
  • Jin Guan
  • H. Hsiao
  • R. Whisler
  • B. Newbraugh
  • D. Cantis
  • J. Zwiener
  • R. Current
NIOSH 2011 NIOSH Publication:   2011-188 A Story of Impact: Improved Safety for Truck Drivers: Designing Safer Cabs Based on Driver Body Dimensions Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.12.1
G. Krueger Krueger Ergonomics Consultants 2011 Report:   FMSCA/CTBSSP Synthesis 19   (accessed 12/7/2011) Effects of Psychoactive Chemicals on Commercial Driver Health and Performance: Stimulants, Hypnotics, Nutritional, and Other Stimulants Wellness: AOG 3.6.1
  • G. Chen
  • M. Brann, et al
  • NIOSH
  • West Virginia Univ
2011 Report: Department of Communication Studies, West Virginia University Paving the Road: Recommendations to Disseminate Safety and Health Information to Truck Drivers Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.4
  • T. Bunn
  • M. Robertson
Univ Kentucky 2011

Abstract: NORA Symposium 2011

Poster: NORA Symposium 2011

Kentucky Semi Truck Transportation Fatality Investigations: Contributing Factors Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
  • K. Sieber
  • J. Birdsey
  • G. Chen
  • E. Hitchcock
  • J. E. Lincoln
  • A. Nakata
NIOSH 2011

Abstract: NORA Symposium 2011

Poster: NORA Symposium 2011

Occupational Safety and Health in a Mobile Hard-to-Reach Worker Population: National Survey of U.S. Long-haul Truck Driver Injury and Health

Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.11.1


Wellness: AOGs 3.2.1, 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.4.2

J. Birdsey, et al NIOSH 2010 Paper:   AAOHN 2010; 58(11):473-480   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Mortality among Members of a Truck Driver Trade Association Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
W. Sieber, et al NIOSH 2010 Presentation: National Sleep Apnea and Trucking Conference Research and Training Efforts in Sleep and Trucking at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

Wellness: IGs 3.3, 3.4, 3.6, 3.8

  • Y. Apostolopoulos
  • M. Belzer, et al
  • Univ NC at Greensboro
  • Wayne State Univ
2010 Paper: AAOHN 2010; 58(7):285-296 Worksite-induced Morbidities among Truck Drivers in the United States

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

WMSDs: AOGs 2.1.3, 2.2.2, 2.2.3

Wellness: 3.1.3

  • S. Burks
  • M. Belzer
  • Q. Kwan
  • S. Pratt
  • Univ Minnesota
  • Wayne State Univ
  • FMSCA
  • NIOSH
2010 Report:   Transportation Research Circular E-C146, December 2010   (accessed 12/7/2011) Trucking 101-  An Industry Primer Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.9.1, 1.10.1
T. Bunn, et al Univ Kentucky 2009 Paper: Traff Inj Prev 2009; 10:266-272 The Effects of Semi Truck Driver Age and Gender and the Presence of Passengers on Collisions with Other Vehicles Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
W. Sieber, et al NIOSH 2009 Poster: Joint Statistical Meetings Studying a Mobile and Hard-to-Reach Population: Survey of Long-haul U.S. Truck Driver Safety and Health

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

Wellness: AOGs 3.2.1, 3.4.1, 3.6.1

W. Sieber, et al NIOSH 2009 Presentation: Joint Statistical Meetings Collecting Health and Safety Information in a Mobile and Hard-to-Reach Population: Surveying Long-haul Truck Drivers

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

Wellness: AOGs 3.2.1, 3.4.1, 3.6.1

M. Belzer Sound Science, Inc. 2009 Report: Sound Science, April 2009 Report of Analysis: Truck Crashes and Work-related Factors Associated with Drivers and Motor Carriers

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

Wellness AOG 3.6.1

R. Olson, et al Oregon Health and Science Univ 2009 Paper: Ergonomics 2009; 52(6):707-722 Predictors of Severe Trunk Postures among Short-haul Truck Drivers During Non-driving Tasks: An Exploratory Investigation Involving Video-assessment and Driver Behavioral Self-monitoring WMSDs:  AOG 2.2.4
J. Guan, et al NIOSH 2009 Proceedings:   International Ergonomics Conference   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Anthropometric Changes among U.S. Truck Drivers Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.12.1
P. Spielholz, et al Sound Transit 2008 Paper:   J Safety Research 2008; 39:569-576   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Assessment of Perceived Injury Risk and Priorities among Truck Drivers and Trucking Companies in Washington State Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
G. Chen NIOSH 2008 Paper:   Accid Analysis Prev 2008; 40:238-245   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Impact of Federal Compliance Reviews of Trucking Companies in Reducing Highway Truck Crashes Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
AG. Mayton, et al NIOSH 2008 Presentation:   International Design Engineering Technical Conference   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Comparison of Whole Body Vibration Exposures on Older and Newer Haulage Trucks at an Aggregate Stone Quarry Exposure: AOGs 4.5.1, 4.5.2
N. Mode, et al NIOSH 2008 Video/NIOSH Publication:   2009-109d Take Pride in Your Job: Seat Belts Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.3
  • G. Saltzman
  • M. Belzer
  • Albion College
  • Wayne State Univ
2007 NIOSH Publication:   2007-120 Truck Driver Occupational Safety and Health – 2003 Conference Report and Selective Literature Review

Traumatic Injury: AOG s 1.11.1, 1.12.1

WMSDs: AOGs 2.2.1, 2.4.2

Wellness: AOGs 3.1.3, 3.2.3, 3.3.3, 3.7.2

Exposure: AOG 4.1.2

Transportation Research Board; many authors Various 2007 TRB Report:   Transportation Research Circular E-C117  , May 2007 (accessed 12/7/2011) The Domain of Truck and Bus Safety Research

Traumatic Injury: AOGs  I.11.1, 1.11.2, 1.11.4

Wellness: AOGs 3.3.1, 3.3.2, 3.4.1, 3.6.1

G. Krueger, et al Krueger Ergonomics 2007 TRB Report:   CTBSSP Synthesis 15   (accessed 12/7/2011) Health and Wellness Programs for Commercial Drivers

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

WSMD: IG 2.4

Wellness: IGs 3.3, 3.4, 3.6

Motor Vehicles

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-134 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Transit and Ground Transportation (NAICS 485) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.17.1
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-133 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Couriers and Messengers (NAICS 492) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.11.1, 1.15.1; 1.20.1, 1.21.1
  • L. Rossen
  • K. Pollack
  • M. C-Chervak
  • S. Canada
  • S. Baker
  • Johns Hopkins Univ
  •  
  • U.S. Army PH Cm
2011 Paper: Mil Med; 176: 1019-1026 Motor Vehicle Crashes among Active Duty U.S. Army Personnel, 1999 to 2006 Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.10.1
M. Green, et al

Various State Health Departments

BLS

NIOSH

2011 Paper:   MMWR 2011; 60(16):497-502   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational Highway Transportation Deaths – United States, 2003-2008 Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.18.1, 1.28.1
G. Chen NIOSH 2009 Paper:   Am J Ind Med 2009; 52:698-706   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Nonfatal Work-related Motor Vehicle Injuries Treated in Emergency Departments in the United States, 1998-2002 Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.10.1, 1.18.1

Aviation

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 NIOSH Fact Sheet Ebola Information for Airline Customer Service Representatives Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 NIOSH Fact Sheet Ebola Information for Airport Retail and Food Service Workers Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 NIOSH Fact Sheet Ebola Information for Airport Passenger Assistance Workers Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 NIOSH Fact Sheet Ebola Information for Airport Custodial Staff Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 NIOSH Fact Sheet Ebola Information for Airport Baggage and Cargo Handlers Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Interim Guidance about Ebola Virus Infection for Airline Flight Crews, Cleaning Personnel, and Cargo Personnel Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Interim Guidance for Ebola Virus Cleaning, Disinfection, and Waste Disposal in Commercial Passenger Aircraft Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Guidance on Air Medical Transport for Patients with Ebola Virus Disease Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Information for Airlines Exposure: SG 4
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-132 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Air Transportation (NAICS 481) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.1.1, 1.3.1, 1.4.1
  • C. Mertens
  • B. Kress, et al
  • B. Grajewski
  • NASA
  • Dartmouth College
  • NIOSH
2012 Book chapter:   Current Topics in Ionizing Radiation Research, ed. Mitsuru Nenoi  . (ISBN: 978-953-51-0196-3), Chapter 31, pages 683 – 738. Atmospheric ionizing radiation from galactic and solar cosmic rays. Exposure: AOG 4.5.2
  • N. Mode
  • M. O'Connor
  • G. Conway
  • R. Hill
NIOSH 2012 Paper:   AJIM 2012;55:176-186   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) A Multifaceted Public Health Approach to Statewide Aviation Safety Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.1.1, 1.1.2
L. Pinkerton, et al NIOSH 2011 Paper:   AJIM 2011   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Cause-specific Mortality among a Cohort of U.S. Flight Attendants Exposure: AOG 4.5.2
B. Grajewski, et al NIOSH 2011 Paper:   Ann Occup Hyg 2011; 55(5):465-475   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Airline pilot Cosmic Radiation and Circadian Disruption Exposure Assessment from Logbooks and Company Records Exposure: AOG 4.5.2
  • M. O’Connor
  • J. Lincoln
  • G. Conway
NIOSH 2011 Paper:   MMWR 2011; 60(25):837-840   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational Aviation Fatalities – Alaska, 200-2010 Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.1.1
  • E. Watt
  •  
  • R. Gillespie
  • Transport Workers Union of America
  •  
  • State Univ of NY
2011

Abstract: NORA Symposium 2011

Poster: NORA Symposium 2011

Assessing the Burden of Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders in Air Transportation WMSDs: IG 2.3
J.T.L. Murawski Association of Flight Attendants 2011

Presentation: 41st International Conference of Environmental Systems

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics

Case Study: Analysis of Reported Contaminated Air Events at one Major U.S. Airline in 2009-10 Exposure: AOG 4.4.1
S. Dorevitch, et al Univ Illinois 2010 Paper:   J Occ Environ Med 2010; 52(5):551-554   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Occupational Needlestick Injuries in a U.S. Airport

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.4.1

Exposure: AOG 4.3.1

M. Waters, et al NIOSH 2009 Paper:   Am J Ind Med 2009; 52:751-761   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Development of Historical Exposure Estimates of Cosmic Radiation and Circadian Disruption for Cohort Studies of Pan Am Flight Attendants

Wellness: AOG 3.6.1

Exposure: AOG 4.5.2

L. Yong, et al NIOSH 2009 Paper:   Am J Clin Nutr 2009; 90:1402-1410   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) High Dietary Antioxidant Intakes are Associated with Decreased Chromosome Translocation Frequency in Airline Pilots Exposure: AOG 4.6.1
L. Yong, et al NIOSH 2009 Paper:   Occup Environ Med 2009; 66:56-62   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Increased Frequency of Chromosome Translocations in Airline Pilots with Long-term Flying Experience Exposure: AOG 4.5.2
L. McKernan, et al NIOSH 2008 Paper:   Ann Occup Hyg 2008; 52(2):139-149   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Monitoring Microbial Populations on Wide-body Commercial Passenger Aircraft Exposure: AOG 4.3.1
  • K. Steenland
  • L. Pinkerton
  • Emory Univ
  • NIOSH
2008 Paper:   Am J Epi 2008; 167(1):1-6   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Mortality Patterns following Downsizing at Pan American World Airways Wellness: AOG 3.6.1
L. McKernan, et al NIOSH 2008 Paper:   J Occup Environ Hyg 2008; 5:48-58   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Assessing Total Fungal Concentrations on Commercial Passenger Aircraft Using Mixed-effects Modeling Exposure: AOG 4.3.1
L. McKernan, et al NIOSH 2007 Paper:   Ann Occup Hyg 2007; 51(3):281-291   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Evaluating Fungal Populations by Genera/Species on Wide Body Commercial Passenger Aircraft and in Airport Terminals Exposure: AOG 4.3.1
G. Conway, et al NIOSH 2007 NIOSH Publication:   2007-102 Survey and Analysis of Air Transportation Safety Among Air Carrier Operators and Pilots in Alaska Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.1.1, 1.1.2
L. Pinkerton, et al NIOSH 2007 Abstract:   Occup Environ Med 2007; 64:12 (056)   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Mortality Among a Cohort of U.S. Flight Attendants Exposure: AOG 4.5.2

 

Water Transportation

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Interim Guidance for Cargo Ships: Monitoring Exposed Crew and Managing Suspected Cases of Ebola Onboard Exposure: SG 4
  • Education and Information Division
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response Office
NIOSH 2015 CDC Webpage Cargo Ship Guidance Exposure: SG 4
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet: NIOSH Publication No. 2012-138 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Water Transportation (NAICS 483) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.8.1

 

Utilities

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-136 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Utilities (NAICS 22) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.26.1, 1.27.1, 1.28.1, 1.29.1
  • L. Kheifets
  • J. Bowman, et al
  • UCLA
  • NIOSH
2009 Paper:   Occup Environ Med 2009; 66:72-80   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Future Needs of Occupational Epidemiology of Extremely Low Frequency Electric and Magnetic Fields: Review and Recommendations Exposure: AOG 4.5.1, IG 4.6
  • T. Bracken
  • R. Kavet
  • T.Dan Bracken Inc.
  • EPRI
2009 Paper: J Occup Environ Hyg 2009; 6:499-509 An Integrated Job Exposure Matrix for Electrical Exposures of Utility Workers Exposure: AOG 4.5.3
A. Cooper, et al
  • Univ. Rochester
  • NIOSH
2009 Paper:   Ann Epidemiology 2009; 19:42-48   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) A Population-based Cohort Study of Occupational Exposure to Magnetic Fields and Cardiovascular Disease Mortality

Wellness: AOG 3.4.1

Exposure: AOG 4.5.1, IG 4.6

  • J. Bowman
  • J. Touchstone
  • M. Yost
  • NIOSH
  • Univ of Washington
  • Univ of Washington
2007 Paper:   J Occup Environ Hyg 2007; 4:715-728   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) A Population-based Job Exposure Matrix for Power-frequency Magnetic Fields Exposure: AOG 4.5.3
  • J. Bowman
  • J. Niple
  • R. Kavet
  • NIOSH
  • Enertech Consultants
  • EPRI
2006

Paper:   Occup Environ Hyg 2006; 3:323-333   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry)

Letter:   J Occup Environ Hyg 2007; 4:D65-D66   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry)

Pilot Measurements of ELF Contact Currents in Some Electric Utility Occupations

Same

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.29.2

Exposure: IGs 4.5, 4.6

Same

Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs), Wellness, Health

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • J. Helmkamp
  • J. E. Lincoln
  • J. Sestito
  • E. Wood
  • J. Birdsey
  • M. Kiefer
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • Univ Utah
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
2012 Paper:   Am J Ind Med 2012; Epub ahead of print   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Risk factors, Health Behaviors, and Injury Among Adults Employed in the Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Super Sector

Traumatic Injury: SG 1

Wellness: SG 3

J. Nigam NIOSH 2011 Presentation:  Michigan Trucking Association annual meeting , 2011 Wellness at Work: Considerations for the Transportation Industry Wellness:  AOGs 3.3.1, 3.4.1, 3.5.1, 3.6.1
  • P. Gander
  • L. Hartley
  • D. Powell
  • P. Cabon
  • E. Hitchcock
  • A. Mills
  • S. Popkin
  • Massey Univ
  • Murdoch Univ
  • Univ Otago
  • Univ Paris Descartes
  • NIOSH
  • Rail Safety and Stds Bd
  • US DOT
2011 Paper:   Accid Anal Prev 2011; 43:573-590   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Fatigue Risk Management: Organizational Factors at the Regulatory and Industry/ Company Level Traumatic injury: IGs 1.2, 1.6, 1.11
S. Luckhaupt, et al NIOSH 2010 Paper:   Sleep 2010; 33(2):149-159   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) The Prevalence of Short Sleep Duration by Industry and Occupation in the National Health Interview Survey

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.2

Wellness: AOG 3.6.1

C. Caruso NIOSH 2009 Presentation: Am Ind Hyg Conference Health and Safety Risks Associated with Shift Work and Long Work Hours

Traumatic Injury: AOG 1.11.1

WSMD: AOG 2.2.2

Wellness AOG 3.4.1

T. Waters, et al NIOSH 2008 Paper:   Ergonomics 2008; 51(5):602-636   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) The Impact of Operating Heavy Equipment Vehicles on Lower Back Disorders

WMSDs: AOG 2.2.3

Exposures: AOG 4.5.1

  • Z. Cheung
  • M. Feletto
  • J.  Galante
  • T. Waters
  • Cal OSHA
  • Cal OSHA
  • EASE Council
  • NIOSH
2007 NIOSH Publication:   2007-131 Ergonomic Guidelines for Manual Material Handling WMSDs: AOGs 2.3.4, 2.4.4, 2.5.4, 2.6.4, 2.7.4

Other

Author(s)
Council/Corresponding member bolded
Affiliation
Partnering organization bolded
Year Type of Output/Product Title
Key word(s) bolded
TWU Goal Addressed
(directly or indirectly)
  • J. Walters
  • R. Olson
  • J. Karr
  • E. Zoller
  • D. Cain
  • J. Douglas
  • Oregon Health Authority
  • Oregon Health & Science Univ
  • Oregon Health & Science Univ
  • Oregon Health & Science Univ
  • Oregon Health Authority
2013 Paper:   Accid Anal Prev 2013; 53: 28-38 Elevated Occupational Transportation Fatalities among Older Workers in Oregon: An Empirical Investigation Traumatic Injury: SG 1, IG 1.22
  • J. Helmkamp
  • J. E. Lincoln
  • J. Sestito
  • E. Wood
  • J. Birdsey
  • M. Kiefer
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
  • Univ Utah
  • NIOSH
  • NIOSH
2012 Paper:   Am J Ind Med 2012; Epub ahead of print   (NIOSHTIC-2 entry) Risk factors, Health Behaviors, and Injury Among Adults Employed in the Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Super Sector

Traumatic Injury: SG 1

Wellness: SG 3

  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-131 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: TWU (NAICS 48, 49, 22) Traumatic Injury: SG 1
  • E. Biddle
  • S. Marsh
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2012 Fact Sheet:   NIOSH Publication No. 2012-137 Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Warehousing and Storage (NAICS 493) Traumatic Injury: AOGs 1.22.1, 1.23.1, 1.24.1
  • Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies
NIOSH 2010 NIOSH Webpage National Health Interview Survey Occupational Health Supplement: Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Industry Profile All
  • Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies
NIOSH 2010 NIOSH Webpage National Health Interview Survey Occupational Health Supplement: Transportation, Warehousing, and Utilities Occupations Profile All
  • J. E. Lincoln
  • J. Helmkamp
NIOSH 2010 NIOSH Publication:   2010-106 Transportation, Warehousing and Utilities: Advancing Priorities Through Research and Partnerships All

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NORA Coordinator
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TWU Sector Program Coordinator
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