From: Ralph Stuart <rstuartcih**At_Symbol_Here**>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] It's World Day for Safety and Health at Work: Enjoy Free Promotional Access to Topical Health & Safety Papers:
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2016 11:12:05 -0400
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I suspect that several of these articles could have application in lab safety situations as well... Sorry that the list was too active for it to go out on the actual UN"s World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28th April. Information about that day, whose theme is Workplace Stress: A Collective Challenge is available at

Sounds like the academic sector to me ;).

- Ralph

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> From: Elsevier [elsevier**At_Symbol_Here**]
> Sent: Thursday, April 28, 2016 10:35
> Subject: It's World Day for Safety and Health at Work
> Enjoy Free Promotional Access
> Topical Health & Safety Papers
> This topical article selection< > explores safety and health at (and on the way to) work to mark the UN"s World Day for Safety and Health at Work on 28th April.
> Articles include:
Does rush hour see a rush of emotions? Driver mood in conditions likely to exhibit congestion
Eric A. Morris, Jana A. Hirsch
Travel Behaviour and Society

Analytic methods in accident research: Methodological frontier and future directions
Fred L. Mannering, Chandra R. Bhat
Accident Analysis and Prevention

Quantifying the intangible costs related to non-ergonomic work conditions and work injuries based on the stress level among employees
Mohammad Mansour
Safety Science

Mobile phone use while driving: Underestimation of a global threat
Janet Ige, Amrit Banstola, Paul Pilkington
Journal of Transport & Health

Distracted pedestrians in crosswalks: An application of the Theory of Planned Behavior
Benjamin K. Barton, Susan M. Kologi, Anne Siron
Transportation Research Part F: Traffic Psychology and Behaviour

Real time detection of driver attention: Emerging solutions based on robust iconic classifiers and dictionary of poses " Open Access
G.L. Masala, E. Grosso
Transportation Research Part C: Emerging Technologies

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