Safety and Health Historical Society Publications
The Archives of Safety and Health
A primary product of SHSH is its quarterly journal, The Archives of Safety and Health. The first issue ties to the launch of the SHHS organization. SHHS will provide information on its website about current and past issue of The Archives of Safety and Health.
Write for The Archives of Safety and Health
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As SHHS grows, it may develop and offer special reports. They may covering historical events, discussing historical safety and health issues, highlighting the history of safety and health organizations or reprinting significant historical items.
SHHS may also offer access through its web site to a variety of documents, articles, laws and regulations, photographs and other historical items significant for safety and health. SHHS may also provide access to collections of historical information and items through its web site.
Contents of Issues of The Archives of Safety and Health
Listed below are the current and future articles in the issues of The Archives of Safety and Health.
July 2018 – Volume 1, Number 1
- Safety Through Design – An Old Concept for Accident Prevention
- Societies Involved in Safety and Health History
- Injuries While Filming The Wizard of Oz
- Meet Lorenzo Coffin – A Railroad Safety Fanatic of the 1800s
- 1915: Improving Employee In-Plant Behavior
October 2018 – Volume 1, Number 2
- How the Kaiser and Tucker Automobiles Sought to Advance Vehicle Safety Design
- Meet Garrett Morgan, inventor of Safety Devices
- Tabulation of Theater Fires in Half of 1915
- The Pittsburgh Survey – Work Accidents and the Law
- 1920 Air Force (Signal Corps) Regulations – First Set of Flying Rules
Contents for Future Issues
The following are just some of the topics being considered for future issues of The Archives of Safety and Health. This list is always changing and growing.
- 1913: Collector Cigarette Cards – First Aid Series
- Who was Hugh DeHaven?
- 1968: Concept for an Automatic Highway
- 1911: New York City – The American Museum of Safety
- 1930s: Hawks Nest Tunnel Disaster
- 1903: Chicago Iroquois Theater Fire
- 1958: Our Lady of Angels School Fire
- 19xx: Nightclub Fire in Tenn?
- 1919: Boston Molasses Flood
- 1896: New York City, The Heat Wave and Its Toll
- 1919: Changes in Compensable Occupational Diseases
- And many others under consideration.