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Liberty Mutual Research Institute, 2010

Hasle and Limborg, 2006 (OSHA still cites this study today)

OSHA's Safety and Health Management Systems eTool, available at

OSHA study

Alsop, P. & LeCouteur, M. (1999). Measurable success from implementing an integrated OHS management system at Manningham City Council. Journal of Occupational Health & Safety – Australia & New Zealand, 15, 565–572.

Angello, J. (2010). A journey to improved safety performance. The Leader, 19(3), 27-29.

ANSI/AIHA (2005). American National Standard – Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems. ANSI/AIHA Z10–2005.

Bunn, W. B. et al. (2001). Health, safety, and productivity in a manufacturing environment. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 43(1), 47-55.

Bureau of Labor Statistics. (2010). Table A-1. Fatal occupational injuries by industry and event or exposure, All United States, 2010. Available at:*

Conference Board. (2003). Driving toward "0": Best practices in corporate safety and health.

DOE, (2011). U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Health, Safety and Security. A basic overview of Integrated Safety Management.

European Union, (1989). Council Directive of 12 June 1989 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work. (89/391/EEC).

Gallagher, C. (2001). New directions: Innovative management plus safe place. In W. Pearse, C. Gallagher, & L. Bluff, (eds.) Occupational health & safety management systems: Proceedings of the first national conference (pp. 65-82).

Gallagher, C. et al. (2003). Occupational safety and health management systems in Australia: Barriers to success. Policy and Practice in Health and Safety 1(2), 67-81.

Hasle, P. & Limborg, H. (2006). A review of the literature on preventive occupational health and safety activities in small enterprises. Industrial Health 44(1), 6-12.

Huang, Y. H. et al. (2006). Safety climate and self-reported injury: Assessing the mediating role of employee safety control. Accident Analysis and Prevention 38(3), 425-33.

Huang, Y. H. et al. (2009). Financial decision-makers' views on safety: What SH&E professionals should know. Professional Safety (April), 36-42.

Leigh, J. P. et al. (1997). Occupational injury and illness in the United States: Estimates of costs, morbidity, and mortality. Annals of Industrial Medicine 157(14), 1557-1568.

Lewchuk, W., Robb, A., & Walters, V. (1996). The Effectiveness of Bill 70 and Joint Health and Safety Committees in Reducing Injuries in the Workplace: The Case of Ontario. Canadian Public Policy, 22, 225-243.

Liberty Mutual Research Institute. (2010). 2010 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index.

Liu, H. et al. (2008). The Pennsylvania Certified Safety Committee Program: An Evaluation of Participation and Effects on Work Injury Rates. RAND Working Paper WR-594-PA.

National Academy of Social Insurance. (2011). Workers' Compensation: Benefits, Coverage, and Costs, 2009.

Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation. (2011). Ohio 21(d) SHARP Program Performance Assessment.

OHSAS Project Group. (2007). Occupational health and safety management systems – Requirements. OHSAS 18001:2007. Published as a British Standards Institute standard.

Shannon, H. et al. (1996). Workplace organizational correlates of lost-time accident rates in manufacturing. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 29(3), 258-268.

Shannon, H. et al. (1997). Overview of the relationship between organizational and workplace factors and injury rates. Safety Science, 26, 201-217.

Smitha, M.W. et al. (2001). Effect of state workplace safety laws on occupational injury rates. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, 43(12), 1001-1010.

Stanford University. (1981). Improving construction safety performance: The user's role (Technical report No. 260). Department of Civil Engineering.

Steenland, K. et al. (2003). Dying for Work: The Magnitude of US Mortality from Selected Causes of Death Associated with Occupation. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 43, 461-482.

Torp, S. et al. (2000). Systematic health, environment, and safety activities: Do they influence occupational environment, behavior and health? Occupational Medicine, 50(5), 326-333.

U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Corporate Safety Analysis. (2009a). Occupational Medicine Newsletter. Corporate safety: Health & safety is working!

U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Health, Safety and Security (HSS). (2009b). A basic overview of the worker safety and health program (10 CFR 851). Outreach & Awareness Series to Advance DOE Mission.

Viscusi, W. & Aldy, J. (2003). The value of a statistical life: A critical review of market estimates throughout the world. Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 27, 5-76.

Yassi, A. (1998). Utilizing Data Systems to Develop and Monitor Occupational Health Programs in a Large Canadian Hospital. Methods of Information and Medicine, 37, 125-129.