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<br /> ASSE ACADEMICS PRACTICE SPECIALTY VOLUME 9, ISSUE 1 • 2013<br /> Journal of<br /> Safety, Health &<br /> Environmental Research<br /> THIS ISSUE<br /> 58-69 Development of a Theory-Based<br /> Safety Climate Instrument<br /> 70-79 Current Practices Related to the Use<br /> of Human Performance Improvement &<br /> Worker Engagement Tools<br /> 81-87 Stretching & Flex Programs: Perceptions<br /> of Construction Specialty Firms<br /> AMERICAN SOCIETY OF SAFETY ENGINEERS • www.asse.org<br /> Journal of Safety, Health and Environmental Research ISSN 2168-1368<br /> ASSE ACADEMICS PRACTICE SPECIALTY VOLUME 9, ISSUE 1 • 2013<br /> Journal of<br /> Safety, Health &<br /> Environmental Research<br /> Managing Editor<br /> Michael Behm<br /> East Carolina University, Greenville, NC<br /> Associate <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 1" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=1"> ASSE ACADEMICS PRACTICE SPECIALTY </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 2" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=2"> ASSE ACADEMICS PRACTICE SPECIALTY </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 3" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=3"> Development of a Theory-Based Safety Climate Inst</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 4" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=4"> Flin, et al., 2000; Fogarty & Shaw, 2010). Publis</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 5" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=5"> (Yule, et al., 2007). Safety climate measurement </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 6" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=6"> assessment of the impact of interventions designe</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 7" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=7"> the development of the Hall Safety Climate instru</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 8" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=8"> ing a reliability measure for instrument design (</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 9" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=9"> of safety climate was essential to preserve the t</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 10" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=10"> ployee” and “Nonexempt” were used because they we</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 11" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=11"> </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 12" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=12"> choices related to safety behavior. Factor two wa</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 13" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=13"> perspective, it will be difficult to create the c</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 14" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=14"> climate in hazardous environments: A longitudinal</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 15" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=15"> Current Practices Related to the Use of Human Per</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 16" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=16"> Human Error, Modes of Operation & Error Traps </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 17" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=17"> Table 1 Common Error Precursors their control th</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 18" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=18"> Table 2: Part 1 Common Human Performance Tools No</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 19" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=19"> Table 2: Part 2 Common Human Performance Tools No</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 20" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=20"> </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 21" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=21"> engagement associated with these human error prev</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 22" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=22"> </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 23" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=23"> </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 24" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=24"> </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 25" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=25"> Ferguson, B., Ferguson, J. & Barger, D. (20</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 26" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=26"> Stretching & Flex Programs: Perceptions of Constr</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 27" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=27"> (Costa & Vieira, 2008; Choi & Woletz, 2010). No s</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 28" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=28"> Results </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 29" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=29"> in the effectiveness of an SF program in preventi</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 30" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=30"> gram. Stretching at the start of shift and after </a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 31" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=31"> contractor’s contract requirement. However, a sma</a> <a title="JSHER_V9N1 page 32" href="http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/688110e7?page=32"> Appendix A Stretch & Flex </a>