Accident Frequency

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Accident Frequency

The number of times an accident occurs over a period of time. Accident frequency depends on the type of work an individual or company does, and the dangers inherent to certain actions. Accident frequency helps an insurance company determine the premium for accident insurance. Accident frequency in the workplace is likely to be higher if a company does not have or does not enforce safety standards.
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The accident took place on a road designated by locals as the "route of death" as it is notorious for high accident rates and stray camels, Sabq reported.
Their methodology sought to answer the question of whether there was any benefit using ADS-B In by comparing accident rates of equipped and non-equipped aircraft.
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Both overall and fatal accident rates in general aviation have reached a 10-year low, the AOPA Air Safety Institute said in its annual Joseph T.
The need to fight in Korea with new and inadequately understood aircraft technology, as well as to maintain a viable nuclear deterrent posture day or night, in almost any weather, produced horrendous accident rates. In 1954 alone the Navy and Marine Corps lost 776 aircraft to accidents, and 536 aircrewmen and passengers were killed.
Both the turboprop hull loss rate and the all accident rates declined against the average of the previous five years.
Our Lebanese and Egyptian reporters have detailed the daily horrors of getting behind the wheel in their home countries, with an analysis of the death and accident rates, to try and find the answer.
From Figures 4 and 5, the accident rates of the two models can be obtained.
There is evidence to suggest a correlation between car colour and accident rates. It has something to do with the visibility of cars on roads at different times of the day.
Muscat: Accident rates are significantly dropping so far compared to last year according to data from the National Center for Statistics and Information (NCSI).
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