Proceedings of the ... Industrial Safety Congress of New York State, Volume 1-5

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The Congress, 1917
 

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TUESDAY DECEMBER 12
12
Address Attitude of New York Organized Labor Toward the Safety Move
16
THURSDAY DECEMBER 14
18
EVENING
28
Address Progress and Possibilities of Accident Prevention Work Marcus
41
MORNING
46
General Discussion
52
Address How the Employer Feels About It J A Smith General Superin
59
Address Shop Safety Committees Frank M Ward Supervisor of Safety
83
Address Safety and Efliciency C W Price Field Secretary National
85
Address Accident Prevention in its Relation to Labor Turnover Earl
94
Address What Statistics Should be Reported Under Compulsion
98
General Discussion
106
EVENING
107
The Price of Thoughtlessness Moving Picture Exhibited by A J Van Brunt
108
Introductory Remarks Thomas M Gafney Member New York Indus
114
The High Cost of Carelessness Moving Picture Under the Auspices of
120
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 5
121
Address Disciplining Careless Workmen John M OHanlon Editor Legis
131
Address Breaking the News to the Widow Robert S Elberty National
143
General Discussion 153
153
Address Shop Committees William Carroll Eastman Kodak Company 160
160
Address Booze Dr Eugene Lyman Fiske Medical Director Life Extension
169
Address Working Women in War Times Miss Mary E Dreier Presiding 182
182
Address Substitution of Women for Men in the Manufacture of Automobile
189
General Discussion 198
198
Address Practical Benefits Derived from Safety Organization John
201
Address Maintenance of Standards as a National Necessity and the Workers
204
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 13
215
Address Employment and the Labor Market Charles B Barnes Director
224
General Discussion 230
230
AFTERNOON
248
Address Best Method of Establishing Proper Cooperation between Employer
260
EXHIBITS
284
Introductory Remarks Louis Wiard Member New York Industrial Commis
5
Introductory Remarks John Mitchell Chairman New York Industrial
6
Introductory Remarks James M Lynch Member of New York Industrial
10
Address The Government and the Labor Situation Hon Roland B Mahany
17
Address Women in Industry John Coughlin President Central Labor
24
Address Sanitary Devices for the Removal of Dusts Fumes and Gases John
33
Address Head and Eye Protection William Newell Chief Safety Engineer
69
Address Machinery LayOuts and Their Relation to Safety Peter C Spence
76
General Discussion
84
EVENING
91
Address Safety from a Working Womans Point of View Mrs Catherine
97
General Discussion 105
105
Address Infections Their Cause and Effect Dr L A Shoudy Chief Sur
111
Address Infections Dr Raphael Lewy Chief Medical Examiner New York
117
Technical Advisory Board of Associated Manufacturers and Mer
120
General Discussion
128
AFTERNOON
138
Address Who Should Bear the Cost of Rehabilitating Workmen? R M
145
General Discussion 154
154
EVENING
160
Introductory Remarks Dr L W Hatch Chief Statistician New York Indus
172
Address The Safety Supervisor How Should He Be Chosen? H G Wiberg
180
Address Shop Safety Organization in a Small Plant Charles Ray Secretary
186
AFTERNOON
202
Introductory Remarks R C Stofer Member New York Industrial
207
Address Safety Work in War and Peace Captain A D Reilley Ordnance
211
General Discussion
222
TUESDAY DECEMBER 3
3
Discussion Frank M Ward Otis Elevator Company
69
Discussion M H Stearns Safety Engineer Donner Steel Company
80
Address The Foreman and the New Man Alex McC Hamilton Director
85
Discussion John J Blackford National Conduit and Cable Company
100
Discussion A S Regula Liberty Mutual Insurance Company
117
Discussion J C Heckman Superintendent Larkin Company 127
127
Address The Surgeons Part Dr F M Furlong Commander Medical
134
Discussion Dr P H Hourigan Larkin Company
140
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142
AFTERNOON
146
Remarks Commissioner James M Lynch
155
Discussion Thomas Stanion Manager of Safety and Sanitation Aluminum
162
Stereopticon Views and Motion Pictures Exhibited by Douglas C McMurtrie
167
Discussion John A Robertson Manager Industrial Relations Eastman
170
AFTERNOON
173
MORNING
174
Address Hazards in Mercantile Establishments J F Tewey Mercantile
182
Address Development of Safety Work in Factories Patrick Shea Factory
192
Discussion George B Runyan C G Branch and John N McDowell Factory
200
Introductory Remarks James L Gernon First Deputy New York State
206
Address Heat and Ventilation and Their Bearing on Health and Pro
208
MOVING AND STEREOPTICON PICTURES INCLUDED IN
218
General Discussion 229
229
Safety Exhibit 241
241
Introductory Remarks Edward P Lyon Member New York Industrial
6
MONDAY DECEMBER 6
9
Address Attitude of Labor Toward Safety Work James P Holland Presi
16
EVENING
28
TUESDAY DECEMBER 7
38
Introductory Remarks Louis Wiard Member New York Industrial Commis
42
The House That Jack Built Moving Pictures Exhibited by Marcus A Dow
47
Introductory Remarks R M Little Director American Safety Institute
51
General Discussion
56
AFTERNOON
62
Address A H Talpey United States Casualty Company
70
General Discussion
74
Remarks Ralph W Kumler Hercules Powder Company
76
Remarks Commissioner H D Sayer Member New York State Industrial
84
Introductory Remarks Dr P H Hourigan Larkin Company Presiding 90
90
Address Athletics as a Means of Promoting Health in Industry Dr Meyer
100
WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 8
111
Plants of Ford Motor Co at Detroit National Cash Register Co at Dayton
119
Address Cooperation of State Inspectors and Safety Engineers and Foremen
127
Address United States Treasury Departments Thrift and Savings Plan
136
Address Occupancy and Its Relation to Exit Facilities From the View
144
Remarks George J Winkle Factory Inspector New York State Industrial
145
Remarks C M Mills Industrial Counselor New York State Industrial Com
153
Remarks A E Davidson Cheseboro Whitman Company
154
Address Safety Features of Industrial Lighting Samuel G Hibben Illumin
161
Address Hon E Leroy Sweetser Commissioner of Labor and Industries
168
General Discussion
170
Introductory Remarks John C Clark Member New York Industrial
176
Hazards in a Linemans Work Lantern Slides Exhibited by J F Naylon
189
THURSDAY DECEMBER 9
190
Discussion 196
196
Remarks J E Boyle Solvay Process Company
199
Factory Lighting Lantern Slides Exhibited by L B Marks Consulting
213
218
218
Remarks E A Brown Chief Electrician Halcomb Steel Company
227
Factory Ventilation Lantern Slides Exhibited by A Booth Buffalo
232
General Discussion
233
Safety Exhibits List of Firms Displaying Safety Devices
239

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