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Mr Dempsey encouraged everyone to heed the Fatal Five messages and get behind Fatality Free Friday.
Because the number of fatalities in rail transportation occupations is typically small, BLS does not publish fatality rates for these occupations on a consistent basis.
Of recreational boaters, canoeists and kayakers have the highest fatality rate, a recent analysis of a U.
There were seven DUI fatality crashes in 1999, followed by four in 2000.
The rural-interstate fatality increase came from single-vehicle crashes, Sewell and his co-workers report in the Oct.
According to NHTSA, the number of people killed in motor vehicle crashes and the fatality rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT) in 2008 reached historically low levels.
According to early projections, the fatality rate, which takes into account the number of miles traveled, reached the lowest level ever recorded.
The full August report, "Motor Vehicle Traffic Crash Fatality Counts and Estimates of People Injured for 2005," is available from <http://www-nrd.
Of the 29 cases identified by the fatality census, 9 involved workers who were struck by objects, 8 involved transportation-related incidents, and 5 resulted from falls.
The year's last fatality involved a 49-year-old man who was crossing Avenue S near 10th Street East when he was struck by a car.
PITTSBURGH -- The Alcoa Foundation today awarded $100,000 to the Foundation for Indiana University of Pennsylvania to support a national forum on fatality prevention in the workplace, hosted by IUP's Safety Sciences Department.