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Theses/Dissertations from 2018

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Human Performance Improvement: Towards a Framework for Linking Workplace Spirituality, Mindfulness, Workers' Engagement, and Safety Outcomes, Kasarachi Nnadede
Department: Safety Sciences

Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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Comparing the NIOSH Method 5040 to a Diesel Particulate Matter Meter for Elemental Carbon, David M. Ayers
Department: Safety Sciences

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An Examination of Organizational Factors, Employer Perceived Barriers and Indirect Costs of Non-Compliance With the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard, Ralph E. Estep
Department: Safety Sciences

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Perceptions of Key Stakeholders Regarding the Utilization of Locatable Sound for the Prevention of Occupational Pedestrian Injuries and Fatalities, Richard S. Kilpatrick
Department: Safety Sciences

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An Evaluation of the Effects of Motorcycle LED Brake Lamp Flash Frequency Sequences on Conspicuity During Texting in a Static Vehicle, Jeffrey A. Krupa
Department: Safety Sciences

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Measuring the Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities of Safety and Health Professionals, Jarred O'Dell
Department: Safety Sciences

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The Perceived Importance and Degree of Implementation of Ergonomics-Related Leading Safety Performance Indicators in the American Workplace, Frederick D. Straub
Department: Safety Sciences

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The Effectiveness of Workers' Compensation Loss Control Services in Reducing Workers' Compensation Claims, Justin S. Thygerson
Department: Safety Sciences

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Safety Prequalification Factors for the Selection of Contractors Within the Steel Industry, David W. Wilbanks
Department: Safety Sciences