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Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Programs
 

 

PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS (SELECTED)

    1. Robertson, MA. “A Safety Program Can Make Me Money???”, Society of American Military Engineers, Louisville, KY. January 2010.
    2. Bunn, TL, Liu, Y, Lee, K, Robertson, M, Yu, L. Farmer exposure to organic solvents during the maintenance and repair of farm machinery: a pilot study. American Public Health Association meeting, Philadelphia, PA. November 2009.
    3. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA. What are you driving at?-----Motor vehicle injuries among truck drivers in Kentucky, Kentucky Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, Louisville, KY. May 2009.
    4. Bunn, TL, Slavova, S, Bathke, A. The effects of passengers on large truck collisions involving older male drivers. National Occupational Injury Research Symposium 2008, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2008.
    5. Bunn, T.L., The effect of passengers on large truck collisions among older male truck drivers, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Denver, CO. June 2008.
    6. Robertson, MA, Bunn, TL, Slavova, S. Small business – Where are you?, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Atlantic City, NJ. June 2008.
    7. Robertson, MA, A Worker Safety Program can Make me Money?, Kentucky Small Business Advocacy Commission, Frankfort, KY, May 2008.
    8. Bunn, T.L. Intimate Partner Related Occupational Homicides, World Conference on Injury Prevention, Merida, Mexico. March 2008.
    9. Bunn TL, Robertson, MA, , “Aerial Lift Injuries”, International Municipal Signal Association, Louisville, KY, August 2007.
    10. Bunn, TL, Kentucky Fatal Occupational Injuries, University of Louisville, Trauma Institute, Louisville, KY, August 2007.
    11. Robertson, M., Bunn T.L. Lift Injuries—More than a drop in the bucket, Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, Louisville, KY. May 2007.
    12. Bunn, TL. Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance program, Kentucky Public Health Association meeting, Louisville, KY. April 2007.
    13. Bunn, T.L. Fatal and nonfatal occupational motor vehicle collisions, Governor’s Executive Committee on Highway Safety, Frankfort, KY. March 2007.
    14. Bunn, T.L., Slavova, S., Robertson, M., Pollack, S., Tyner-Wilson, M. School bus collisions, Fayette County Superintendent’s office, Lexington, KY. February 2007.
    15. Bunn, TL, “Occupational Falls”, National Association of Women in Construction, August 2006, Lexington, KY.
    16. Bunn, T.L., Linkage of inpatient hospitalization discharge and workers’ claims data to characterize occupational falls, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Anaheim, CA. June 2006.
    17. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA. Seeing I to I: Occupational injuries and illnesses in Kentucky, Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, Louisville, KY. May 2006.
    18. Bunn, TL, Seeing I to I: Injuries and illnesses at work, Kentucky Public Health Association, Louisville, KY. April 2006.
    19. Bunn, TL, “Grant Writing”, NIOSH Town Hall Meeting, Jackson, MS, March 2006.
    20. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA, Kentucky Occupational Safety and Health Surveillance Programs”, Indiana University Southeast. New Albany, IN, Spring 2006.
    21. Bunn, TL, Fritsch, T. Intimate partner violence and workplace fatalities. 7th Annual Ending Sexual Assault & Domestic Violence Conference, Lexington, KY. December 2005.
    22. Bunn, TL. Kentucky agricultural tractor fatalities, 1994-2003. World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, Orlando, FL. September 2005
    23. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA, Slavova, S. Text analysis of Kentucky tractor fatality assessment and control evaluation (FACE) Reports. Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Albuquerque, NM. June 2005.
    24. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA. CSI Kentucky: Collaborating on safety interventions to prevent worker fatalities. Louisville, KY. May 2005.
    25. Bunn, T.L., Narrative analysis of Kentucky tractor-related fatalities. National Priester Extension Health conference, Lexington, KY. April 2005.
    26. Bunn, T.L., Conner, W.A. Characterization of self-employed Kentucky worker death (2000-2003). American Public Health Association meeting, Washington, DC. November 2004.
    27. Bunn, T.L., Occupational vs. Nonoccupational Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Kentucky. Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Hartford, CT. June 2003.
    28. Bunn, T.L., Conner, W.A. Characterization of self-employed Kentucky worker death (2000-2003). Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Boise, ID. June 2004.
    29. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA.  Dying to drive- Occupational motor vehicle fatalities. Governor’s Safety and Health Conference, Louisville, KY. May 2004.
    30. Bunn, TL, Robertson, MA. On the job…..Dead on your feet. Kentucky Coroners Conference, Louisville, KY. April 2004.
    31. Bunn, T.L., A. Kurpad, T.W. Struttmann,  S.R. Browning, G.G. Caldwell, S. Slavova. Driver Distraction/Inattention and Driver Fatigue as Contributing Factors for a Fatal Commercial Vehicle Collision in Kentucky. National Occupational Injury Research Symposium, Pittsburgh, PA. October 2003.
    32. Bunn, TL. Occupational vs. nonoccupational motor vehicle collisions in Kentucky, Council of State and Territorial Epidemiologists meeting, Hartford, CT. June 2003. 
    33. Bunn, TL. Dying …….To know on the job. Kentucky Coroners Conference, Louisville, KY. April 2003.