Prevención de resbalones, tropezones y caídas de los trabajadores de la salud

DHHS (NIOSH) publicación N.º 2011-123
diciembre de 2010

Portada para la publicación 2011-123

Parte III: Herramientas para prevenir resbalones, tropezones y caídas


Artículos y referencias citados

ANSI [2006]. Normas Nacionales de los Estados Unidos: Normas para asegurar superficies para trabajar y caminar antideslizantes. Nueva York: Instituto de Normas Nacionales de los Estados Unidos (American National Standards Institute). ANSI/ASSE A1264.2-20061 [www.ansi.orgExternal].

ANSI [2007]. Safety requirements for workplace walking working surfaces and their access: floor, wall and roof openings, stairs and guardrail systems. American National Standards Institute. ANSI/ASSE A1264.1-2007 [www.ansi.orgExternal].

Bell JL, Collins JW, Wolf L, Grönqvist R, Chiou S, Chang W-R, Sorock GS, Courtney TK, Lombardi DA, Evanoff B [2008]. Evaluation of a comprehensive slip, trip, and fall prevention programme for hospital employees. Ergonomics 51(12):1906–1925 [

Brogmus G, Leone W, Butler L, Hernandez E [2007]. Best practices in OR suite layout and equipment choices to reduce slips, trips, and falls. AORN (Association of PeriOperative Registered Nurses) J 86:384–398.

BLS [2007]. Manual de Classificación de Lesiones y Enfermedades Ocupacionales de la Oficina de Estadísticas Laborales (OIICS, por su sigla en inglés). Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

BLS [2009]. Incidence rates for nonfatal occupational injuries and illnesses involving days away from work per 10,000 full-time workers by industry and selected events or exposures leading to injury or illness, 2008. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics [].

Courtney TK, Lombardi DA, Sorock GS, Wellman HM, Verma S, Brennan MJ, Collins J, Bell J, Chang WR, Gronqvist R, Wolf L, DeMaster E, Matz M [2006]. Slips, trips and falls in U.S. hospital workers—detailed investigation. World Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA), Maastricht, Netherlands.

Collins JW, Bell JL, Gronqvist RA, Courtney TK, Lombardi DA, Sorock GS, Chang W-R, Wolf L, Chiou S, Evanoff B, Wellman H, Matz M, Nelson A [2008]. Multi-disciplinary research to prevent slip, trip, and fall (STF) incidents among hospital workers. Contemporary Ergonomics 2008, pp. 693–698.

DiPilla S [2010]. Slip and fall prevention: a practical handbook. 2nd Edition. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.

Gielo-Perczak K, Maynard WS, DiDomenico A [2006]. Multidimensional aspects of slips, trips, and falls. In: ed. Robert Williges, ed. Reviews of Human Factors and Ergonomics, HFES. Vol. 2, Santa Monica, CA, pp. 165–194.

Loo-Morrey M, Houlihan R [2007]. Further slip-resistance testing of footwear for use at work. British Health and Safety Executive, Health and Safety Laboratory, Report Number HSL/2007/33. Harpur Hill, Buxton, Derbyshire. SK17 9JN [].

NFPA [2002]. NFPA 101B: Code for means of egress for buildings and structures. National Fire Protection Agency [www.nfpa.orgExternal].

OSHA [2003]. Stairways and ladders: a guide to OSHA rules. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration. OSHA 3124-12R [].

Quirion F [2004]. Floor cleaning as a preventive measure against slip and fall accidents. Institut de recherché Robert Sauvé en santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) Technical Guide RF-366.

Quirion F [2006]. Beware! slippery floors. Institut de recherche Robert Sauvéen santé et en sécurité du travail (IRSST) [].

Quirion F, Poirier P, Lehane P [2008]. Improving the cleaning procedure to make kitchen floors less slippery. Ergonomics 51(12):2013–2029 [].

Sotter G [2000]. Stop slip and fall accidents. Sotter Engineering Company, Mission Viejo, CA.

U.S. Access Board [2000]. Detectable warnings: synthesis of U.S. and international practice. Washington, DC: United States Access Board [].

U.S. Access Board [2003]. Technical bulletin: ground and floor surfaces. Washington, DC: United States Access Board [].

Esta página fue revisada el: 21 de enero de 2015
Fuente del contenido: