Tiffani A Fordyce
Affiliation: Exponent Inc
- Thermal burn and electrical injuries among electric utility workers, 1995-2004Tiffani A Fordyce
Exponent Inc, 149 Commonwealth Drive, Menlo Park, CA 94025, United States
Burns 33:209-20. 2007..High-risk occupations included welders, line workers, electricians, meter readers, mechanics, maintenance workers, and plant and equipment operators...
- An analysis of fatal and non-fatal injuries and injury severity factors among electric power industry workersTiffani A Fordyce
Exponent, Inc, Health Sciences Group, Oakland, California
Am J Ind Med 59:948-958. 2016..The electric power industry represents a unique subset of the U.S. workforce. We aimed to evaluate the relationships between occupational category, nature of injury, and injury severity among electric power industry workers...
- Neck injuries among electric utility workers, 1995-2007Tiffani A Fordyce
Exponent, Inc, Health Sciences Group, Menlo Park, Calif, USA
J Occup Environ Med 52:441-9. 2010..To describe the incidence and impact of neck injuries among electric utility workers...
- Factors that distinguish serious versus less severe strain and sprain injuries: an analysis of electric utility workersMichael A Kelsh
Exponent, Inc, Health Sciences, Menlo Park, California 94025, USA
Am J Ind Med 52:210-20. 2009..This study examines factors associated with severe work-related sprain/strain injuries to the back, shoulder, and knees...
- An integrated job exposure matrix for electrical exposures of utility workersT Dan Bracken
T Dan Bracken, Inc, PO Box 82695, Portland, Oregon 97282, USA
J Occup Environ Hyg 6:499-509. 2009..The highest exposures for all EMF Factors are essentially limited to four job categories that work on or close to electrical equipment: (1) cable splicers, (2) electricians, (3) line workers, and (4) substation operators...