This lists works which are not digitized. They can be loaned to borrowers engaged in bona fide research upon request to the author.
While at NTSB, I contributed to most Board reports involving hazardous materials published between 1971 and 1982. For a list including 39 reports whose preparations I supervised or to which I made hazmat content contributions click here.
As project manager for numerous other projects for Events Analysis, Inc. and Ludwig Benner & Associates, I authored or co-authored many technical project reports ranging from Safety Management System and System Safety Plans, to course syllabi, student manuals and instructors manuals for many safety, investigation and risk management courses, many of which are in my archives.
Some examples of reports I still have in my archives include:
- White, L. and Benner, L., SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION PLAN FOR NAVAL SURFACE WEAPONS CENTER, Events Analysis, Inc. 1985
- Benner, L., PRELIMINARY ENGINEERING RISK ASSESSMENT OF AEGIS TRAINING CENTER RADIATING ANSPY-1B RADAR SYSTEM LOCATED AT NAVAL SURFACE WARFARE CENTER, DAHLGREN, VA., Events Analysis, Inc., 1989 (2 Volumes)
- Benner, L. and Meier, G., RISK MITIGATION STUDY FOR LPG TANK CARS IN BENECIA YARD, Events Analysis, Inc. Oakton VA 1990
- Benner, L. and Whited, L., "FINAL REPORT OF INVESTIGATION OF BOILER EXPLOSION WITH FATALITY AT (redacted) BUILDING, Events Analysis, Inc. Oakton VA 1990
- Proceedings of the FIFTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM , PACKAGING AND TRANSPORTATION OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS, Volume II, Los Vegas NV, Nove 28 1978. I was member of a panel that discussed The Role of Risk Assessment in Establishing Transportation Regulations. Extracts of the discussion are in the Proceedings I have 19 pages of the discussion that I'll try to get on line as time permits.
- Report of the Virginia Metropolitan Areas Transportation Study Commission to the Governor and the General Assembly of Virginia 1970. I was a Member of the Study Commission that produced the report. Loaner available.
- Editorial page with comments and graphics about investigation matters.
- Review of a major study of a national investigation agency.
- History of a Freedom of Information Request to a US investigation agency.
Shortly thereafter the agency began reporting such requests.
- Excerpts from a transcript of a1979 panel discussion about radioactive materials transportation accidents and their investigation during an NRC-ACRS subcommittee meeting on Licensee Event Reports. (34 pages with my remarks and responses during a Q & A.) .