Bahn, S. (forthcoming, 2013). OHS Management: Contemporary Issues in Australia, Tilde University Press, Australia.

Journal articles:

Barrett, R., Mayson, S. & Bahn, S. (forthcoming). ‘Small Firms and OHS Harmonisation: Potential Regulatory Effects of the Dominant Narrative’, Journal of Industrial Relations, accepted 8th January 2013.

Bahn, S. & Cameron, R. (forthcoming). ‘Sourcing specialized skilled labour in the global arena: A change in the way we view work in Australia’, Australian Bulletin of Labour Special Issue, accepted 21st Dec 2012.

Bahn, S., & Greenwood, M. & Van Buren III, H. (forthcoming). ‘The nexus of employee safety, professional integrity and ethics: Applying stakeholder theory to university researchers’, Proceedings: Research in Ethical Issues in Organizations, accepted Nov 2012.

Barratt-Pugh, LGB. & Bahn, S. (forthcoming). ‘HR strategy during culture change: Building change agency’, Journal of Management and Organisation, accepted August, 2012.

Bahn, S. & Rainnie, A. (forthcoming). ‘Restructuring supply chains and OHS management in the Western Australian resources sector’, Employee Relations, accepted August 2012.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (forthcoming). ‘Safety training evaluation: The case of Construction Induction Training and the impact on work-related injuries in the Western Australian construction sector’, International Journal of Training Research, accepted June 2012.

Bahn, S. (forthcoming). ‘Transformational leaders? The pivotal role that supervisors play in safety culture’, International Journal of Training Research, accepted June 2012.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (forthcoming). ‘The impact of management styles upon organisational change and safety cultures’, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, accepted February 2012.

Barratt-Pugh, LGB., Bahn, S. & Gakere, E. (forthcoming). ‘Managers as change agents during a public sector merger’, Journal of Organizational Change Management, accepted May 2011.

Bahn, S. (2012). ‘Workplace hazard identification: What do workers in mining know?’, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 28(3), pp. 371-382.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (2012). ‘Is the Construction Induction Training scheme in the Housing and Civil Construction Industries of Western Australia effective in improving safety culture?’, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 28(3), pp. 325-338.

Bahn, S. ‘Construction Induction Training: Does mandatory training work?’, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 28(3), pp. 304-324.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (2012). ‘Emerging issues of health and safety training delivery in Australia: Quality and transferability’, Procedia: Social and Behavioral Sciences Journal, 62, pp.213-222.

Bahn, S. (2012). ‘Moving from contractor to owner operator: Impact on safety culture’, Employee Relations, 35(2), pp.157-172.

Bahn, S. (2012). ‘Model Work Health and Safety Act “due diligence”: Will our current safety systems be compliant?’ Journal of Health & Safety Research & Practice, 4(2), pp. 8-12.

Bahn, S., Barratt-Pugh, LGB. & Yap, G. (2012). ‘The employment of skilled migrants on temporary 457 visas in Australia: Emerging issues’, Labour & Industry, 22(4), pp.379–398.

Bahn, S. (2012). ‘Keeping academic field researchers safe: Ethical safeguards’, Journal of Academic Ethics, 10(2), pp.83-91.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (2012). ‘Hard or soft? The relationship between power and organisational incident rates’, Journal of Health, Safety and Environment, 28(1), pp.33-43.

Barratt-Pugh, LGB., Kennett, P. & Bahn, S. (2011). ‘Managing knowledge: the critical role of company structure as a mediator of systems’, Knowledge and Process Management, 18(2), pp.85-94.

Bahn, S. (2010). ‘Organisational safety culture: A review of the literature’, Management Development Journal of Singapore, 17(1), pp.1-21.

Bahn, S. & Barratt-Pugh, LGB. (2009). ‘What’s a life worth? The value placed on safety’, Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 25(5), pp.393-404.

Bahn, S. (2009). ‘Power and influence: Examining the communication pathways influencing safety in the workplace’, Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 25(3), pp.213-222.

Bahn, S. (2008). ‘Size does matter: The influence of business size on the accident/incident rate in the civil construction industry in WA’, Journal of Occupational Health and Safety, 24(4), pp.343-352.