Neither the number of fatalities nor the fatality rate
can be used exclusively to pinpoint the impact a particular occupation has on overall fatality rates
for the self-employed and for wage and salary workers.
40% decrease in the fatality rate
, with a t-ratio of 2.
See appendix for research notes on developing fatality rates
25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Trucking Associations (ATA) told the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) that the trucking industry has seen a large decline in the truck-involved fatality rate
since the current Hours of Service (HOS) rules took effect.
PHOTO Tim Cheng, 17, questions findings that young drivers' fatality rate
The overall occupant fatality rate
for SUVs showed the greatest decline of all vehicle types -- down 8.
And though no human cases of the virus have been detected in Ventura County, health officials are urging precautions in light of the disease's 50 percent fatality rate
April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Recent research conducted by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) studied occupant fatality rates
of vehicles by size and type and found that "in all fatal crashes, when broken down by size, compact cars have the highest occupant fatality rate
while the 'large vans' category has the lowest occupant fatality rate
At one time, children in this age group had the second highest fatality rate
of any age group, but today they have the lowest and safety experts credit the AAA School Safety Patrol program with making a strong contribution to this significant improvement.
The latest traffic collision statistics confirm the fatality rate
continues its downward trend, with a large drop in alcohol-related fatalities this year.
That's half the number in Mayo, which has the nation's highest fatality rate
at 843 deaths per 1,000.
Using data from 2011 Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI), the overall occupationally-related fatality rate
in the United States was 3.