Meet Hugh DeHaven, Father of Crashworthiness.

Meet Hugh DeHaven, Father of Crashworthiness.

Find out about this Father of Crashworthiness. Learn of his own
aircraft crash in WWI that stimulated a lifetime of research,
inventions and solutions for aircraft and vehicle crashes.

Editor’s Perspective

Editor’s Perspective

The editor’s perspective on the stories that shape safety and health standards and practices.

Book Review: A Study of Accidents and Accident Insurance – Published in 1900

Book Review: A Study of Accidents and Accident Insurance – Published in 1900

An early 1900s exposure to mercury during the manufacturing of felt hats led to the term Mad Hatter’s disease. Because the manufacturing plants were in Danbury, CT, the disease also became know as the Danbury Shakes. This article explores this story and its history.

The Fire that Killed 92 Innocent Children Leads to Extensive Life Safety Reforms Nationally.

The Fire that Killed 92 Innocent Children Leads to Extensive Life Safety Reforms Nationally.

This tragic fire killed 92 innocent children and 3 nuns and seriously injured many more who jumped 25 feet to concrete and asphalt. Many deficiencies contributed to the toll and led to extensive life safety reforms nationally.

You Be The Judge by Jose Schorr

You Be The Judge by Jose Schorr

Would you award the workman’s compensation claim?

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