1- What is Journal of Safety, Environment, and Health Research (JSEHR)?
Journal of Safety, Environment, and Health Research (JSEHR) is an online scientific journal of peer-reviewed theoretical and empirical manuscripts, original articles, reviews, research notes, editorials and short communications in the field of safety, health, and environmental science. It interlocks various scientific disciplines such as chemistry, biochemistry, biology, microbiology, biotechnology, ecology, epidemiology, pharmacology, toxicology, computer science, and engineering, in a coordinated manner, to address important matters regarding environmental and occupational quality and health. Accordingly, JSEHR revolves around the dissemination of technical information on the impacts of natural and man-made events on the quality of environments, the interactions between environmental health and the quality of life, and the social, political, economic, and legal considerations regarding environmental superintendence as well.
2- What's the benefits of publishing in Journal of Safety, Environment, and Health Research?
Fast _ rapid evaluation and publication
Open _ open access to all PDF full text of your published articles and as the author, you retain copyright
Free _ no pay charge for publication
Global _ immediate publication on the net with worldwide media coverage
Rigorous _ constructive double blind peer reviewing
Online Process _ online submission and reviewing
3- What is JSEHR peer-review policy?
JSEHR journal employs double‐blind review policy in which both the authors and the reviewers remain anonymous.
4- How can I submit my manuscript?
Manuscripts are submitted to JSEHR using our online submission system.
5- How the articles are cited in JSEHR Journal?
The citation of articles in JSEHR is as follows: Authors, Title, Journal name, (Year) page number range.
For example: M.M. Amin, S. Afsharmanesh, H. Izanloo, H. Ebrahimi, Municipal Wastewater Treatment Using a Hollow Fiber Membrane Bioreactor, Journal of Safety, Environment, and Health Research, (2016) 29-32.
6- What does it cost to publish a paper with JSEHR?
There isn't any charge to publish, process and access the research articles. The cost involved in the publication of articles in JSEHR is supplied by the Sanitary Engineering Association, which is a non-profit organization in publishing the JSEHR Journal as an association JSEHR body.
7- How can we gain access to JSEHR in printed form?
You can submit the subscription letter to the JSEHR editorial office in order to get the printed form of JSEHR. This service is also provided online at http://jsehr.net/journal/subscription.form.
8- What happens after submitting a paper?
Once a manuscript is submitted through the online submission process, it will be checked to ensure that it has been prepared in accordance with the JSEHR submission criteria by the editorial office. Each manuscript is then assigned to two or more reviewers. After receiving reviewers’ comments, the editorial team member will make a decision to:
Accept with no further changes.
Accept with minor revision. The revised manuscript may or may not be assigning to the reviewers for another round of comments.
Decline with resubmission encouraged. Major changes are necessary for resubmission. The revised manuscript will be peer reviewed for another round. Typically, it will be sent to the original reviewers.
Decline without encouraging resubmission. The manuscript is rejected for publication in the JSEHR journal.
9- What happens if authors don’t respond to their My Publication email on time?
A reminder mail will be sent to the Authors requesting the necessary information after a few days. The editorial office will process authors' article as soon as receiving the necessary information, and proofs will be sent to authors upon the My Publication process has been completed.
10- What should authors do if they need to make some changes to the content of their article once the My Publication process has begun?
Authors are able to make changes during the proof process, which starts after completing the My Publication process.
11- What happens to poorly written manuscripts?
Poor language is one of the top reasons why journals reject articles. Authors should double verify the grammatical corrections of their manuscript to finalize it before being submitted to the editorial office. Manuscripts with very poor English won't be sent to reviewers. However, a poorly English written paper should be returned to the editor with the request that the authors have the material edited for content before re-submitting it for peer review.
12- What can authors do if webpage is not opening properly after entering their affiliation?
The problem is caused by cookies that are blocked on their system.
In case of using Internet Explorer, go to “Tools” on the top bar and then click on “Internet Options.” Under “Privacy” adjust the cookie settings to allow cookies.
In case of using Firefox, go to “Extras” on the top bar and then choose “Settings > Data Security > Accept cookies”.
Then complete the information requested in the author online form to complete the process.
13- Is it possible for authors to correct their Name if it is spelled incorrectly in the submission?
At the proof stage, making any changes that would like to have made is feasible for corresponding author. The typesetter performs the corrections prior to online publication of the article. Authors must be careful that changes are no longer conceivable after publication.