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  • The behavioral impact of an advertising campaign to promote safety belt use. 

    Cope, John G.; Moy, Sheryl S.; Grossnickle, William F. (East Carolina University, 1988)
    Safety belt use was observed at one restaurant during McDonald's "Make It Click" promotional campaign. Following baseline, the program was monitored without intervention. During the final 2 weeks of the campaign an incentive ...
  • Knowledge-Based Competencies Necessary for the Frontline Construction Supervisor : Improving Safety through Knowledge 

    Hardison, Dylan (East Carolina University, 2012)
    Evaluating supervisor competency levels has been a management challenge since the beginning of supervisory roles in the construction process. Supervisors perform a critical role in the workplace with respect to workplace ...
  • Nurse leader behavior and patient safety. 

    Drake, Daniel J. (East Carolina University, 2015)
    The incidence and significance of harm that occurs to patients while in the hospital setting continues to be alarming despite decades of efforts to produce safer healthcare systems. Leaders have a role in ensuring staff ...
  • Safe design of skyrise greenery in Singapore 

    Behm, Michael; Poh, Choon Hock (2012)
    Singapore is transforming from a “garden city” to a “City-in-a-Garden”. Designing for safety is recognized by researchers and some governments as a best practice in facilitating eventual worker safety within the built ...
  • Safe Design Suggestions for Vegetated Roofs 

    Behm, Michael (2012-08)
    Rooftop vegetation is becoming increasingly popular because of its environmental benefits and its ability to earn green-building certification credits. With the exception of one international guideline, there is little ...