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         Seatbelt Safety:     more books (15)
  1. Evaluation of effectiveness of safety seatbelt legislation in the United Arab Emirates [An article from: Accident Analysis and Prevention] by M. El-Sadig, M. Sarfraz Alam, et all 2004-05-01
  2. Seatbelts and traffic safety: A review of the Canadian experience by R. A Warren, 1980
  3. Guidance on the Handling, Storage and Transport of Airbags and Seatbelt Pretensioners (Guidance Booklet) by Health & Safety Executive, 1998-10-30
  4. The performance and use of child restraint systems, seatbelts, and air bags for children in passenger vehicles safety study (SuDoc TD 1.127:96/01) by U.S. Dept of Transportation, 1996
  5. "... Till death do us part".(seatbelts has saved people in traffic accidetns): An article from: Sea&Shore
  6. Development of improved seatbelt systems for surface mining equipment ([Open-file report] / Bureau of Mines, United States Department of the Interior) by L. E Carlson, 1981
  7. Seatbelt's importance overlooked by many; Improperly fitted belt can kill you in crash.(Autos - Articles): An article from: Winnipeg Free Press by Gale Reference Team, 2007-04-20
  8. Seatbelt upgrades: Y-belts are a top choice: we actually prefer five-point harnesses, but not all aircraft can accomodate them. Y-belts are a cost-effective ... An article from: The Aviation Consumer by Jim Cavanagh, 2006-12-01
  10. Buckle up or else.(includes related articles on federal funding to support seatbelt use legislation/enforcement by states and child fatalities in car accidents)(seat ... An article from: State Legislatures by Jan Goehring, 1999-09-01
  11. Motivating teens to buckle up.(survey of seatbelt use)(Survey)(Statistical data): An article from: Public Roads by Daniel Berman, 2005-07-01
  12. Effects of seatbelt laws on highway fatalities: Update, April 1988 by David Skinner, 1988
  13. Differences in nurse's attitudes toward car seatbelts by Dorothy Reed, 1981
  14. Case studies involving the use and non-use of seatbelts (SAE) by Terry D Day, 1986

1. Airbags And Seatbelts Equal Spine Protection
Explains why motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of serious injury to the back, neck and spinal cord and how these may be prevented.
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2. National Safety Council Air Bag Seat Belt Safety Campaign
Upto-date information on air bag safety, including news releases, fact sheets, questions and answers, and information on public education

3. Seat Belt Safety - Wisconsin Department Of Transportation
Seat belt safety information including safety tips, statistics, laws and related resources.

4. Airbag And Seatbelt Safety
Recent Research Proves Airbag/Seatbelt Effectiveness Results from an eightyear study conducted by the University of Pittsburgh Medical

5. - John Zarella: Automatic Seatbelt Safety - May 21, 2001


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John Zarella: Automatic seatbelt safety
John Zarrella John Zarrella is CNN's Miami bureau chief. Q: Why were automatic seatbelts discontinued in most cars? ZARRELLA: Automakers, by federal law, were required to put in a passive restraint system. The passive restraint system put in in the late 1980s and in the early part of the 90s in many vehicles, up to about 30 million, was this passive restraint system where the shoulder harness automatically comes into place when you sit down and turn on the ignition. But then you need to buckle the lap belt. After airbags came into existence, it was at that time that the auto manufacturers who had opted for these automatic shoulder belts began to stop installing those in the vehicles. ALSO Q: What are the dangers of not wearing the lap belt of an automatic seatbelt? ZARRELLA: According to all of the medical and safety experts that we have talked to, not buckling that lap belt portion of the restraint is basically as good as not wearing the belt at all. What happens in many instances is that in these types of crashes these particular vehicles in question do not have an air bag, so if you don't have that lap belt portion, you can actually slide down on impact underneath the steering wheel. You can be decapitated by the shoulder belt as it comes up across your neck. There is a risk of blowing out your heart, lacerating the liver, and they say that because of a woman's anatomy, women who don't wear that lap belt are even at greater risk than men who don't wear it.

6. Buckle Up America Seatbelt Initiative
The Year of the Booster Seat Planner The primary goal of CPS Week is getting more kids into booster seats and child safety seats.

7. Seat Belt Safety
Sizzling Statistics About Seat Belts What's so hot about seat belts? THEY WORK! It's that simple.

8. Seatbelts
Examples of activities include the distribution of seatbelt safety literature Seatbelt Surveys Office of Highway Safety staff members and our highway
Seatbelts: O HS Announces State's Highest Seat Belt Use Rate Ever...Surpasses National Use Rate On Monday Sept. 13, 2004, OHS announced that Delaware's official statewide seat belt use rate for 2004 is 82%! This is an increase from 75% in 2003 and is higher than the current national seat belt use rate of 80%. The announcement was made at the I-95 Travel Plaza in Wilmington where officials also kicked off a two month seat belt awareness and education mobilization. For more information on this campaign, check out our press release page for the announcement. Safety officials attribute the increase in seat belt use to the state's primary seat belt law, which went into effect October of 2003, and the May 2004 Click It or Ticket campaign. New - Buckle Up Stencil Project !! Want an easy way to promote safety in your organization or business? Join the Buckle Up Stencil project. On September 13, 2004 the Office of Highway Safety announced this new awareness initiative that's fast, easy, and free to anyone who is interested. The Buckle Up Stencil is an image of two hands clicking a seat belt together with the words Buckle Up underneath. A template is used to spray paint the image on the pavement exit of a school, business, state, county or municipal agency. The goal is to remind those leaving your parking lots to put their seat belts on!

9. Seatbelt.Com Child Safety Seats
Jump directly to the product catalog! We have safety seats, roadside kits, and of course the famous SuperSoft Seatbelt !

10. Seatbelt Law Coalition
seatbelt safety Coalition Did you know, motor vehiclerelated injury is the leading cause of death for children and young adults aged one to 24 in the

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Did you know, motor vehicle-related injury is the leading cause of death for children and young adults aged one to 24 in the United States? Six out of ten children who die in crashes are unrestrained even though child restraint laws have been in place across the country for approximately the last fifteen years. When you don’t wear your seat belt, it is everybody’s business. If you survive an unbelted car crash, you are likely to sustain an extremely serious disabling injury, are often between the ages of 17 – 24 and are likely to incur substantial health care expenditures over the course of your lifetime. The decision not to buckle up is clearly associated with costs borne by public agencies supported by our tax revenues. A 15 percent increase in seat belt use, like that experienced by others states after they have passed a primary enforcement seatbelt law, would prevent 3,000-4,000 injuries and save Massachusetts an estimated $80 million in healthcare, taxes and insurance costs (NHTSA).

11. Seatbelt Safety
seatbelt safety By Betty Wong. If you're pregnant, you may wonder whether a car's safety belt could hurt your baby in a crash.

12. BBC NEWS England Tees Models Reinforce Seatbelt Safety
Seatbelt push to target parents 03 Nov 04 Manchester Reducing road carnage 26 Jun 03 England RELATED INTERNET LINKS Hartlepool Council

13. Safety Belt Statistics
Safety belt statistics rear seat. Safety belt wearing rates for rear seat adults. Safety belt use by region. Safety belt wearing rates for the last

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15. Seatbelt Safety
The Maryland law changed on October 1, 2003 in regards to child safety seats the child is secured in a child safety seat or a vehicle s seat belt in

16. Safety And Health Topics: Motor Vehicle Safety
Flyer for seatbelt safety. Traveling on Federal Business? OSHA and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) (2004), 428 KB PDF. OSHA Alliances
U.S. Department of Labor MyOSHA [skip navigational links] Search Advanced Search A-Z Index Safety and Health Topics Motor Vehicle Safety In Focus
OSHA/NHTSA Motor Vehicle Safety [ More... According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, more than 2,000 deaths a year result from occupational motor vehicle incidents. That number is more than 30 percent of the annual number of fatalities from occupational injuries. These deaths include driver and passenger deaths in highway crashes, farm equipment accidents, and industrial vehicle incidents, as well as pedestrian fatalities.
The following questions link to resources that provide safety and health information relevant to motor vehicle safety.
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Where do motor vehicle hazards occur and what are possible solutions?

What can be done in the workplace to promote vehicle safety?

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In Focus
  • Motor Vehicle Safety Symposium Agenda . OSHA/NHTSA (2004), 342 KB PDF . This is the agenda for the joint OSHA/NHTSA Safety Symposium being held at the Royal Sonesta Hotel in New Orleans, LA on Tuesday, September 14, 2004 at which the Assistant Secretary for OSHA, John Henshaw, will be speaking. There will be panel discussions on the value of Seat Belt Programs and how to manage them effectively.

17. Seatbelt Safety
seatbelt safety By Betty Wong. If you re pregnant, you may wonder whether a car s safety belt could hurt your baby in a crash. Rest assured that seat belts

18. Seat Belt Safety Information. How Seat Belts Can Prevent Serious Injury In A Car
seat belt get free legal advice now! seatbelt safety Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for Americans between the ages of 6 and 33.
Seat Belt Safety
Many accident fatalities and injuries could have been prevented by the use of a seat belt.
Did You Know...
  • that three times as many people are killed in auto accidents who are not wearing seat belts as those who do wear seatbelts? that people thrown from their automobiles are four times as likely to be killed as those who remain securely buckled? that an estimated 50% of passengers use front seatbelts while only 16% use rear seat belts, and that studies show the majority of backseat fatalities could be avoided by wearing a seat belt? that many insurance companies offer discounts to people who have cars equipped with certain types of seat belts or air bags?
Ejection from a vehicle is one of the most injurious events that can happen to a person who is involved in a vehicle crash. In fatal crashes, 75 percent of passenger car occupants who were totally ejected from a vehicle were killed. Seat belts are effective in preventing total ejections. When a crash occurs, unbelted occupants continue to travel at the vehicle's original speed until just after the vehicle comes to a stop. At that point, unrestrained occupants will slam into some part of the vehicle's interior, like the steering wheel or the windshield. Unbelted persons can also collide with each other. In a crash, vehicle occupants tend to move toward the point of impact, instead of away from it. As a result, people in the front seat are often struck by unbelted rear-seat passengers.

19. Seatbelt Safety
seatbelt safety, seatbelt safety. Sepsis, Sepsis. Umbilical Hernias, Umbilical Hernias. Your Baby s Safety and Security, Your Baby s Safety and Security

20. Seatbelt Safety: Children's Song Lyrics
See all of our Safety Songs. seatbelt safety John Buchanan. Listen to this song. This song is available on John Buchanan s Safety Songs.
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See all of our Safety Songs Seatbelt Safety
John Buchanan Listen to this song This song is available on John Buchanan's Safety Songs
Buckle up safe and secure,
Please make sure that mom and dad buckle up too (come on, Mom)
Please make sure that mom and dad buckle up too (come on, Dad)
Please make sure that mom and dad buckle up too
Buckle up safe and secure

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