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Machine Safety: New & Updated Consensus Standards
Professional Safety: May 2012 / 57(5):50–57

Innovative Safety Interventions: Feasibility of Using Intelligent Video for Machinery Applications
IEEE Industry Applications Magazine: May-June 2010 / 16(3):45–49 

Machine Safety: Developing an Operator Presence System
Professional Safety: November 2009 / 54(11):28–31

Reducing Risk on Machinery: A Field Evaluation Pilot Study of Risk Assessment
Risk Analysis: June 2008 / 28(3):711–721

Fatal and Nonfatal Occupational Injuries Involving Wood Chippers—United States, 1992–2002
JAMA The Journal of the American Medical Association: January 2005 / 293(4):418–419.

Computer Simulations Help Determine Safe Vertical Boom Speeds for Roof Bolting in Underground Coal Mines
Journal of Safety Research: October 2005 / 36(4):387–397

Temporal Factors and the Prevalence of Transient Exposures at the Time of an Occupational Traumatic Hand Injury
Journal of Occupational Environmental Medicine: August 2003 / 45(8):832–840

Machine-Related Work Injury in the USA
Injury Prevention and Control, 6th World Conference, May 2002, Les Presses de l'Universite de Montreal, 428–429 

Safety-Related Machine Controls for Maintenance Risk Reduction
Proc ASSE Prof Develop Conf Expo, June 9-12, 2002, Nashville, Tennessee. Des Plaines, IL: American Society of Safety Engineers, June 2002; Proceedings of the ASSE Professional Development Conference Expo 1–20 

Control of Scrap Paper Baler Crushing Hazards
Applied Occupational and Environmental Hygiene: May 2000 / 15(5):397–399  

Machine Safety Research at NIOSH and the Future Directions
International Journal of Industrial Ergonomics: September 1990 / 6(2):163–174

Interfacing Safety Sensors to Industrial Robotic Workstations Sensors
Sensors: April 1987 / 4(4):35–37

Human Motor Reactions to Dangerous Motions in Robot Operations
Department of Industrial Engineering, State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, New York, March 1987:47 pages 

Automated Maintainability Records and Robot Safety
1987 Proceedings of the Annual Reliability and Maintainability Symposium 1987:135–140 

A Model of Human Reaction Time to Dangerous Robot Arm Movements
Proceedings of the Human Factors Society 31st Annual Meeting, New York, October 19-23, 1987; 1:191–195 

 

 
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