LOSH Staff Publications

Selected publications:

  • Delp L & Riley K. (frth).Worker engagement in the health and safety regulatory arena under changing models of worker representation.” Labor Studies Journal.
  • Wang PC & Delp L. (frth). “Health status, job stress and work-related injury among Los Angeles taxi drivers.” Work: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation.
  • Delp L, Mojtahedi Z, Sheikh H, & Lemus J. 2014. “A legacy of struggle: The OSHA ergonomics standard and beyond, parts I and II.” New Solutions, 24(3), 365-408.
  • Riley K (2014). “Driving on speed: Long-haul truck drivers and amphetamines in the postwar period.” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, 11(4), 63-90.
  • Delp L & Wang PC. 2013. “Musculoskeletal disorders among clerical workers in Los Angeles: A labor management approach.” American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 56(9), 1072-1081.
  • Baron S, Beard S, Davis L, Delp L, Forst L, Kidd‐Taylor A, Liebman A, Linnan L, Punnett L & Welch L. 2014. “Promoting integrated approaches to reducing health inequities among low‐income workers: Applying a social ecological framework.” American Journal of Industrial Medicine, 57(5), 539-556.
  • Delp L, Riley K, Jacobs S, Bush D, Kirkland K, Denis I, London M, Harrison R. 2013. “Shaping the Future: Ten Years of the Occupational Health Internship Program.” New Solutions, 23(2): 253-281.
  • Riley K, Delp L, Cornelio D, Jacobs S. "From Agricultural Fields to Urban Asphalt: The Role of Worker Education to Promote California's Heat Illness Prevention Standard." New Solutions 2012; 22(3):297-323.
  • Riley K. “Health and safety”, entry for SAGE Sociology of Work Encyclopedia, Vicki Smith and J. Geoffrey Golson (eds.); forthcoming. 
  • Riley K, Appelbaum L. OSHA at 40: Looking Back, Looking Ahead. UCLA Institute for Research in Labor and Education Reearch and Policy Brief. Number 8 - April 2011.
  • Delp L. “Women’s Hidden Work.” New Solutions 2010; 20(4):415-419.
  • Delp L, Muntaner C. “The Political and Economic Context of Home Care Work in California.” New Solutions 2010; 20(4):441-464.
  • Delp L, Wallace SP, Geiger-Brown J, Muntaner C. 2010. "Job Stress and Job Satisfaction: Home Care Workers in a Consumer Directed Model of Care." Health Services Research 45(4):922-940.
  • Lichterman J, Brown-Williams H, Delp L, Quinn M, Quint J. "Preventing Toxic Exposures: Workplace Lessons in Safer Alternatives." Perspectives, UC Berkeley, Vol. 5, Issue 1 (July, 2010).
  • Delp L, Stewart E. "Green Buildings, Good Jobs, Safe Jobs: Social Justice Pathways to a Sustainable Los Angeles." UCLA Community Scholars Program (2009).
  • Smallwood L, Wong K, Delp L. (eds.) "Women's Work: Los Angeles Homecare Workers Revitalize the Labor Movement." UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education (2009).
  • Delp L, Podolsky L., and Aguila T. December, 2009. "Risk Amid Recovery: Occupational Health and Safety of Latino Immigrant Workers in the Aftermath of the Gulf Coast Hurricanes." Organization and Environment Vol. 22:479-490.
  • Boris E, Chung G, Delp L, Matthias R, Zabin C. Workforce Needs in California's Homecare System. California Policy Research Center Briefing Paper (May, 2004).
  • Delp L, Palma G, Urita H, Arriaga M, Valenzuela A. The NAFTA Labor Side Agreement: Fading into Oblivion? UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education (March, 2004).
  • Delp L, Brown M, Domenzain A. July, 2005. Fostering Youth Leadership to Address Workplace and Community Environmental Health Issues: A University/School/Community Partnership. Health Promotion Practice Vol. 6, No.3, 270-85.
  • Delp L, Outman-Kramer M, Schurman SJ, Wong K, Eds. Teaching for Change: Popular Education and the Labor Movement. UCLA Center for Labor Research and Education, Los Angeles, California and George Meany Center for Labor Studies – The National Labor College, Silver Spring, Maryland (2003).
  • Delp L, Quan K. 2002. Homecare Worker Organizing in California: An Analysis of a Successful Strategy. Labor Studies Journal Vol. 27(1).