2 edition of Mandatory safety belt use found in the catalog.
Mandatory safety belt use
Sharon K. Cagen
by Health Planning & Resources Development, Rhode Island Dept. of Health in [Providence]
Written in English
|Statement||staff work by Sharon K. Cagen ; approved by Statewide Health Coordinating Council.|
|Contributions||Rhode Island. Health Planning & Resources Development.|
|LC Classifications||KFR297.2 .A83 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||16 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||16|
|LC Control Number||88138102|
Downloadable! We provide the first comprehensive assessment of the effects of mandatory seatbelt laws on self-reported seatbelt use, highway fatalities, and crash-related injuries among high school age youths using data from the Centers for Disease Control's (CDC) national, state, and local Youth Risk Behavior Surveys (YRBS) and the Fatality Analysis Reporting System (FARS) from to Research has shown the safety and effectiveness of seat belt use in preventing motor vehicle injuries and fatalities. A study of enforcement related to road traffic injury laws found that seat belt use appears to be the most enforced form of legislation, while speeding laws are the least enforced (Hijar et al., ).
Another measure passing the Senate, and not yet taken up in the Assembly, would extend mandatory safety belt use in motor vehicles to people riding in the back seats. There are no comments - be. Many states that have passed mandatory seat belt-use laws have required that evidence of the law’s effectiveness be produced for the law to escape automatic expiration. A recently published report—“Arizona Hospital Costs for Seat Belt Use vs. Non-Use , ,"—from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety purports to be the Author: John Semmens. The number of deaths related to car accidents in the US have declined since the s, largely due to the implementation and use of seat belts and other safety devices. However, more t people die per year and approximately half of those deaths could have been prevented with the proper use of a seat belt/5(K).
– seat belt use peaks. According to the NHTSA, seat belt use reaches 85 percent, with higher numbers common in the western states. There’s still room for safety belt improvement. New Hampshire still has no mandatory seat belt use law for adults, and 16 other states have only implemented secondary enforcement laws. In contrast to Author: John Moore Williams. This paper investigates the effectiveness of New Jersey's mandatory belt use law (MUL) by testing specifically for: (1) a safety effect, and (2) a risk-compensation effect that could offset (in part) any safety impact. The main findings are that injury severity declined significantly in the 22 months following implementation of the MUL; but that accident frequency increased by: Road safety audit DoT of Abu Dhabi introduced a road safety audit (PDF, KB) to be completed for all new highway projects; this audit would cover the phases of design, construction and post-construction. The purpose of the audit is to identify road safety problems and to suggest measures to eliminate or mitigate any concerns.
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