Fall Prevention

  1. Evanoff B, Dale AM, Zeringue A, Fuchs M, Gaal J, Lipscomb H, Kaskutas V. (2016). Results of a fall prevention educational intervention for residential construction. Safety Science, 86:301-307. doi:10.1016/j.ssci.2016.06.019.
  2. Kaskutas V, Buckner-Petty S, Dale AM, Gaal J, Evanoff BA. (2016). Foremen’s Intervention to Prevent Falls and Increase Safety Communication at Residential Construction Sites. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 59(10):823-31. doi: 10.1002/ajim.22597. PMID: 27345465. PMCID: PMC5387863. [Epub: 2016 Jun 27].
  3. Kaskutas V, Jaegers L, Dale AM, Evanoff B. (2016). Toolbox Talks: Insights for Improvement. Professional Safety, 61(1):33-37. January, 2016
  4. Kaskutas V. (2014). Fall prevention and safety communication training for construction foremen. American Occupational Therapy Association’s Work & Industry Quarterly, 28(1): 1-4.
  5. Eisenberg K. (2013). Fall Prevention: Washington University Helps Union Workers. The Cutting Edge, Carpenters’ District Council of Greater St. Louis and Vicinity, August, 2013.
  6. Kaskutas V. (2013). Fall Protection Equipment Loaning Through CJAP. The Cutting Edge, Carpenters’ District Council of Greater St. Louis and Vicinity, April, 2013.
  7. Kaskutas V, Evanoff B, Miller H. (2013). Fall prevention on residential construction sites. Professional Safety, 58(7):36-40.
  8. Kaskutas V and Hunsberger K. (2013). Residential Fall Protection Case Study – Habitat for Humanity St. Louis. Wood Design Focus, 23(1):6-12.
  9. Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Lipscomb H, Evanoff B. (2013). Fall prevention and safety communication training for foremen: Report of a pilot project designed to improve residential construction safety. Journal of Safety Research, 44(1):111-118. doi: 10.1016/j.jsr.2012.08.020. PMID: 23398712. PMCID: PMC3610407. [Epub: 2012 Nov 20].
  10. Evanoff B, Kaskutas V. (2013). Construction Fall Fatalities Can Be Prevented: Our new training curriculum for residential frame carpenters proved the skeptics wrong. Occupational Health and Safety, 82(1):34-36. PMID: 23409462. http://ohsonline.com/Articles/2013/01/01/Construction-Fall-Fatalities-Can-Be-Prevented.aspx
  11. Evanoff B, Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Gaal J, Fuchs M, Lipscomb H. (2012). Outcomes of a revised apprentice carpenter fall prevention training curriculum. Work, 41(Supplement 1):3806-8. doi: 10.3233/WOR-2012-0681-3806. PMID: 22317301.
  12. Evanoff B and Kaskutas V. (2012). OSHA Compliance Creates Rental Opportunities: Providing the latest access equipment and fall protection devices expands rental opportunities and advances the safety of the industry. Rental Equipment Register. November, 2012. [Internet: http://rermag.com/business-info-analysis/osha-compliance-creates-rental-opportunities]
  13. Kaskutas V. (2011). Timing is Right for Foremen’s Fall Prevention and Safety Education Training. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinity. August, 2011.
  14. Kaskutas V. (2011). OSHA and the Courts are Serious about Fall Protection. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinity. July, 2011.
  15. Kaskutas V. (2011). Local Contractor takes Advantage of New Fall Protection Technology Loaning Program. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinity. August, 2011.
  16. Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Lipscomb H, Gaal J, Fuchs M, Evanoff B and the Carpenters’ Joint Apprenticeship Program Instructor Team. (2010). Changes in fall prevention training for apprentice carpenters based on a comprehensive needs assessment. Journal of Safety Research, 41(3):221-7. PMID: 20630273. PMCID: PMC3610406. [Epub: 2012 Apr 22].
  17. Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Lipscomb H, Gaal J, Fuchs M, Evanoff B. (2010). Fall Prevention among Apprentice Carpenters. Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment, & Health, 36(3):258-65. doi: 10.5271/sjweh.2877. PMID: 19953214. PMCID: PMC3631008. [Epub: 2009 Nov 26].
  18. Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Nolan J, Patterson D, Lipscomb H, Evanoff B. (2009). Fall Hazard Control Observed on Residential Construction Sites. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 52(6):491-99. doi: 10.1002/ajim.20698. PMID: 19363784.
  19. Kaskutas V. (2009) Fall Prevention Research with Washington University. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinity. August, 2009.
  20. Lipscomb HJ, Dale AM, Kaskutas V, Sherman-Voellinger R, Evanoff B. (2008). Challenges in residential fall prevention: Insight from apprentice carpenters. American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 51(1):60-8. doi: 10.1002/ajim.20544. PMID: 18033722.
  21. Kaskutas V, Drendell-Mueller L. (2008). Contractors learn about apprentice fall prevention training. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinity. October, 2008.
  22. Kaskutas V, Dale AM, Lipscomb H, Evanoff BA. (2008). Development of the St. Louis assessment of fall risks at residential construction sites. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, 14(4):243-49. doi: 10.1179/oeh.2008.14.4.243. PMID: 19043910.
  23. Kaskutas V. (2007) New fall prevention curriculum at the Carpenters’ Joint Apprenticeship Program. The Cutting Edge, The Carpenters’ District Council of Greater Saint Louis and Vicinit. September, 2007.
  24. Evanoff B, Kaskutas V, Dale A, Lipscomb H. (2006). Assessing Fall Risks in Residential Construction. Congress Proceedings of the 16th World Congress of the International Ergonomics Association. Maastricht, the Netherlands. July 2006.