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A comprehensive methodology for the fitting of predictive accident models
Maher, M.J.; Summersgill, I.
Road safety improvement in large companies. An experimental comparison of different measures
Gregersen, N.P.; Brehmer, B.; Moren, B.
Role of disease in initiating the crashes of fatally injured drivers
Sjogren, H.; Eriksson, A.; Ostrom, M.
Antilock brakes and risk of front and rear impact in two-vehicle crashes
Evans, L.; Gerrish, P.H.
Modelling of conspicuity-related motorcycle accidents in Seremban and Shah Alam, Malaysia
Mackay, M.G.; Hills, B.L.; R.s, R.U.
Risk factors for injuries among the elderly in Greece
Petridou, E.; Polychronopoulou, A.; Dounis, E.; Tsampira, P.; Revinthi, K.; Trichopoulos, D.
Does prior knowledge of safety effect help to predict how effective a measure will be?
The age-related risk of occupational accidents: the case of Swedish iron-ore miners
Laflamme, L.; Menckel, E.; Lundholm, L.
Gender patterns in minor head and neck injuries: an analysis of casualty register data
Bring, G.; Bjornstig, U.; Westman, G.
Alcohol and occupational injuries among older workers
Zwerling, C.; Sprince, N.L.; Wallace, R.B.; Davis, C.S.; Whitten, P.S.; Heeringa, S.G.
Effects of retroreflector positioning on nighttime recognition of pedestrians
Luoma, J.; Schumann, J.; Traube, E.C.
The effects of shopping cart design and prior behavioral history on children's standing in cart seats
Statistical analysis of accident severity on rural freeways
Shankar, V.; Mannering, F.; Barfield, W.
A comparison of two direct-observation methods for measuring daytime safety belt use
Eby, D.W.; Streff, F.M.; Christoff, C.
Minimizing inter city transportation risk--a matter of perspective
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