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OTREC-RR-11-18 By Karen Dixon
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This research sought to evaluate the safety implications of advisory speeds at horizontal curves on Oregon rural two-lane highways. The goal of this research is to characterize driving at such curves... More > with advisory speed signs, and to determine what role the signs play in enhancing safety. Speed and signage compliance data was collected at 16 sites. Site crash data and an examination of how advisory speed relates to historic crash information are included with a statistical model that identifies critical variables associated with the posted speed and how they relate to the expected crash frequency. An advisory speed model was developed to assess predicted crash outcomes based on geometric design, operations, and signage. The resulting model was compared to advisory speeds based on Oregon policy and 2009 MUTCD thresholds. The safety-based model predicted advisory speeds that are less conservative than those recommended by the ball-bank thresholds in the 2009 MUTCD or the thresholds Oregon has been using.< Less
OTREC-RR-11-18 By Karen Dixon
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This research sought to evaluate the safety implications of advisory speeds at horizontal curves on Oregon rural two-lane highways. The goal of this research is to characterize driving at such curves... More > with advisory speed signs, and to determine what role the signs play in enhancing safety. Speed and signage compliance data was collected at 16 sites. Site crash data and an examination of how advisory speed relates to historic crash information are included with a statistical model that identifies critical variables associated with the posted speed and how they relate to the expected crash frequency. An advisory speed model was developed to assess predicted crash outcomes based on geometric design, operations, and signage. The resulting model was compared to advisory speeds based on Oregon policy and 2009 MUTCD thresholds. The safety-based model predicted advisory speeds that are less conservative than those recommended by the ball-bank thresholds in the 2009 MUTCD or the thresholds Oregon has been using.< Less
Dear Lady K By Mark Miller
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It's a true story which happened with some creativity placed about my job as an author rewrite for Material Safety Data Sheets and getting rid of data. I erased numbers, evidence of dead dogs, and... More > other animals. Interestingly enough I found Lady K in one of the lab experiments deceased. True.I kept the file. The story is real time-< Less
OTREC-RR-10-15 By James Strathman
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This report analyzes factors contributing to bus operations safety incidents at TriMet, the transit provider for the Portland Oregon metropolitan region. The analysis focuses on 4,631 collision and... More > non-collision incidents that occurred between 2006 and 2009. Empirical analysis of these incidents draws on a wide array of operator-level data recovered by transit ITS technologies in combination with information from TriMet’s human resources, scheduling, and customer relations databases. Incident frequencies are estimated in relation to operators’ demographic characteristics, employment status, assigned work characteristics, service delivery and performance indicators, temporal factors, and customer information. Apart from identifying factors that are empirically related to the frequency of safety incidents, the findings offer insights into operations policies and practices that hold promise for improving safety.< Less
OTREC-RR-10-15 By James Strathman
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This report analyzes factors contributing to bus operations safety incidents at TriMet, the transit provider for the Portland Oregon metropolitan region. The analysis focuses on 4,631 collision and... More > non-collision incidents that occurred between 2006 and 2009. Empirical analysis of these incidents draws on a wide array of operator-level data recovered by transit ITS technologies in combination with information from TriMet’s human resources, scheduling, and customer relations databases. Incident frequencies are estimated in relation to operators’ demographic characteristics, employment status, assigned work characteristics, service delivery and performance indicators, temporal factors, and customer information. Apart from identifying factors that are empirically related to the frequency of safety incidents, the findings offer insights into operations policies and practices that hold promise for improving safety.< Less
Technical Manual: Inspection, Maintenance, Repair, Storage And Disposition Instructions Organizational, Intermediate, And Depot Maintenance - Aircraft Tires And Tubes (NAVAIR 04-10-506) By Naval Air Systems Command
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Warnings and cautions for hazardous materials listed are designed to apprise personnel of hazards associated with such items when they come in contact with them by actual use. Additional information... More > related to hazardous materials is provided in Navy Hazardous Material Control Program NAVSUPPINST 5100.27, Navy Occupational Safety and Health (NAVOSH) Program Manuals OPNAVINST 5100.23 (Ashore) and OPNAVINST 5100.19 (Afloat) and the DOD 6050.5 Hazardous Materials Information System (HMIS) series publications. For each hazardous material used within the Navy, a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) must be provided and available for review by users. Consult your local safety and health staff concerning any questions regarding hazardous materials, MSDS, personal protective equipment requirements, appropriate handling and emergency procedures and disposal guidance.< Less
OTREC-RR-13-03 By Karen Dixon et al.
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This report reviews development of an Oregon Access Management Best Practices Manual. In particular, this effort develops a resource to help transportation professionals quantify safety and... More > operational effects of various access management strategies, provide measurable criteria to evaluate access management techniques, and identify data collection practices needed to perform these assessments. This manual is designed to be used by engineers, decision makers, and educators to help the transportation community better understand how to apply access management strategies and how to quantify benefits of various access management options. This report includes a literature review of safety and operational benefits for a variety of access management configurations. The benefits summary discusses perceived and measured economic impacts of access management, something not explicitly included in the companion manual. This report summarizes sample data for access management and includes a proposed best practices manual.< Less
OTREC-RR-13-03 By Karen Dixon et al.
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This report reviews development of an Oregon Access Management Best Practices Manual. In particular, this effort develops a resource to help transportation professionals quantify safety and... More > operational effects of various access management strategies, provide measurable criteria to evaluate access management techniques, and identify data collection practices needed to perform these assessments. This manual is designed to be used by engineers, decision makers, and educators to help the transportation community better understand how to apply access management strategies and how to quantify benefits of various access management options. This report includes a literature review of safety and operational benefits for a variety of access management configurations. The benefits summary discusses perceived and measured economic impacts of access management, something not explicitly included in the companion manual. This report summarizes sample data for access management and includes a proposed best practices manual.< Less
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NSG 6630 All Week Discussions Latest SU By jon kelly
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NSG 6630 All Week Discussions Latest SU NSG 6630 Week 1 Discussion Discuss your chosen area of practice and how your choice of precepted sites and your preceptor will help prepare you to assume... More > this role on graduation from South University. NSG 6630 Week 2 Discussion How can you use data for decision making and change processes to promote and improve patient quality and safety outcomes?< Less

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