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WHO Publication

S.No. Title Year
1 World report on road traffic injury prevention (2004)
The World report on road traffic injury prevention emphasizes the role of public health in the prevention of road traffic injuries and covers the fundamental concepts and prerequisites of road traffic injury prevention, the intensity and impact of road traffic injuries, key determinants and risk factors, intervention strategies, and recommendations.
2004
2 International traffic safety: data system improvement (2015) 2015
3 Global status report on road safety (2015) 2015
4 Reporting on road safety: a guide for journalists (2015) 2015
5 Ten strategies for keeping children safe on the road (2015) 2015
6 Road Safety Media Brief (2015) 2015
7 Strengthening road safety legislation: a toolkit for road safety legislation workshops (2014) 2014
8 Strengthening road safety legislation: a summary for government decision-makers (2014) 2014
9 Strengthening road safety legislation: a practice and resource manual for countries (2013) 2013
10 Make Walking Safe: a brief overview of pedestrian safety around the world (2013) 2013
11 Pedestrian safety: a road safety manual for decision-makers and practitioners (2013) 2013
12 Global status report on road safety 2013 (2013) 2013
13 Advocating for road safety and road traffic injury victims: a guide for nongovernmental organizations (2012) 2012

Scientific Papers of Johns Hopkins University

S.No. Title
From: Traffic Injury Prevention, Volume 13, Supplement 1 (2012), "Public Health Burden of Road Traffic Injuries: An Assessmentfrom Ten Low and Middle Income Countries"
1 Editorial: The Importance of Data for Global Road Safety Kelly Larson, Kelly Henning, and Margie Peden
2 Editorial: Road Safety in 10 Countries: A Global Opportunity Adnan A. Hyder and David Bishai
3 Quantifying the Underestimated Burden of Road Traffic Mortality in Mexico: A Comparison of Three Approaches Martha Híjar, Aruna Chandran, Ricardo Pérez-Núñez, Jeffrey C. Lunnen, Jorge Martín Rodríguez-Hernández, and Adnan A. Hyder
4 Road Traffic Deaths in Brazil: Rising Trends in Pedestrian and Motorcycle Occupant Deaths Aruna Chandran, Tanara Rosângela Vieira Sousa, Yayi Guo, David Bishai, Flavio Pechansky, and The Vida No Transito Evaluation Team
5 Evidence-Based Road Safety Practice in India: Assessment of the Adequacy of Publicly Available Data in Meeting Requirements for Comprehensive Road Safety Data Systems Maxwell Barffour, Shivam Gupta, Gopalkrishna Gururaj, and Adnan A. Hyder
6 Road Traffic Injuries in Kenya: The Health Burden and Risk Factors in Two Districts Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, Pranali Koradia, Hadley K. Herbert, Stephen Mogere, Daniel Akungah, Jackim Nyamari, Eric Osoro, William Maina, and Kent A. Stevens
7 Helmet Use Among Motorcyclists in Cambodia: A Survey of Use, Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, Nhan T. Tran, Socheata Sann, Michael F. Ballesteros, Chandara Gnim, Amra Ou, Panhavuth Sem, Xiaoyu Nie, and Adnan A. Hyder
8 Drinking and Driving in Vietnam: Public Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Nhan T. Tran, Abdulgafoor M. Bachani, V. Cuong Pham, Jeffrey C. Lunnen, Youngji Jo, Jonathon Passmore, Phuong N. Nguyen, and Adnan A. Hyder
9 Road Traffic Injuries and Data Systems in Egypt: Addressing the Challenges P. Puvanachandra, C. Hoe, H. F. El-Sayed, R. Saad, N. Al-Gasseer, M. Bakr, and A. A. Hyder
10 Road Traffic Injury in China: A Review of National Data Sources Sai Ma, Qingfeng Li, Maigeng Zhou, Leilei Duan, and David Bishai
11 Burden of Road Traffic Injuries in Turkey P. Puvanachandra, C. Hoe, Türker Özkan, and Timo Lajunen
12 Seat Belt and Child Seat Use in Lipetskaya Oblast, Russia: Frequencies, Attitudes, and Perceptions Sai Ma, Nhan Tran, Vladimir E. Klyavin, Francesco Zambon, Kristin W. Hatcher, and Adnan A. Hyder
13 Projecting the Health and Economic Impact of Road Safety Initiatives: A Case Study of a Multi-country Project Alexo Esperato, David Bishai, and Adnan A. Hyder
From: Injury, Volume 44, Supplement 4, December 2013, “Global Road Safety: Updates from ten low- and middle-income countries”
14 Implementing proven road safety interventions saves lives Kelly Larson, Kelly Henning
15 The Global Road Safety Programme: work in progress. Puvanachandra P, Bishai D, Hyder AA.
16 Attitude change in youths after being exposed to different road safety interventions in two Mexican cities. Híjar M, Pérez-Núñez R, Santoyo-Castillo D, Lunnen JC, Chandran A, Celis A, Carmona-Lozano S.
17 Challenges associated with drink driving measurement: combining police and self-reported data to estimate an accurate prevalence in Brazil.Sousa T, Lunnen JC, Gonçalves V, Schmitz A, Pasa G, Bastos T, Sripad P, Chandran A, Pechansky F.
18 Qualitative study to explore stakeholder perceptions related to road safety in Hyderabad, India. Tetali S, Lakshmi JK, Gupta S, Gururaj G, Wadhwaniya S, Hyder AA.
19 Prevalence, knowledge, attitude and practice of speeding in two districts in Kenya: Thika and Naivasha. Bachani AM, Hung YW, Mogere S, Akungah D, Nyamari J, Stevens KA, Hyder AA.
20 Trends in prevalence, knowledge, attitudes, and practices of helmet use in Cambodia: results from a two year study. Bachani AM, Branching C, Ear C, Roehler DR, Parker EM, Tum S, Ballesteros MF, Hyder AA.
21 Drinking & driving in Viet Nam: prevalence, knowledge, attitudes, and practices in two provinces. Bachani AM, Jessani NS, Pham VC, Quang LN, Nguyen PN, Passmore J, Hyder AA
22 Seatbelt use and speeding on three major roads in Egypt: a brief report. Hoe C, Puvanachandra P, Rahman MH, Sayed HE, Eldawy S, El-Dabaa A, Albert M, Hyder AA.
23 The prevalence of speeding and drink driving in two cities in China: a mid project evaluation of ongoing road safety interventions. Bhalla K, Li Q, Duan L, Wang Y, Bishai D, Hyder AA
24 Activities of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Global Road Safety Programme (formerly RS10) in Russia: promising results from a sub-national project. Slyunkina ES, Kliavin VE, Gritsenko EA, Petruhin AB, Zambon F, He H, Hyder AA.
25 Predictors of intrinsic motivation behind seatbelt use in a country where current use is low. Milder CM, Gupta S, Ozkan T, Hoe C, Lajunen T
26 Assessing trauma care at the district and provincial hospital levels: a case study of hospitals in Kenya. Wesson HK, Bachani AM, Wekesa JM, Mburu J, Hyder AA, Stevens KA.
27 Establishing hospital-based trauma registry systems: lessons from Kenya. Stevens KA, Paruk F, Bachani AM, Wesson HH, Wekesa JM, Mburu J, Mwangi JM, Saidi H, Hyder AA.

Monash University Australia - Report

Sr.No. Title Year
1 Vehicle safety ratings estimated from police reported crash data: 2015 update By Newstead, S., Watson, L. & Cameron, M. (Report No. 326) 2015
2 Trends in crashworthiness of the New Zealand vehicle fleet by year of manufacture: 1964 to 2013: Supplement to Report 326 Vehicle safety ratings estimated fro police reported crash data: 2015 update By Newstead, S., Watson, L. & Cameron, M. (Report No. 326 supp) 2015
3 Evaluation of the effectiveness of anti-lock breaking systems on motorcycle safety in Australia By Fildes, B., Newstead, S., Rizzi, M., Fitzharris, M., & Budd, L.(Report No 327) 2015
4 Retrospective and Projected Future Impact of Characteristics of the New Zealand and Australian Vehicle Fleet on Pedestrian Injury By Keall, M., D'Elia, A., Newstead, S. and Watson, L (Report No 320) 2014
5 Camera Effectiveness and Backover Collisions with Pedestrians: A Feasibility StudyBy Fildes, B., Newstead, S., Keall, M and Budd, L. (Report No 321) 2014
6 Naturalistic Cycling Study: Identifying risk factors for cyclists in the Australian Capital TerritoryBy Johnson, M., Chong, D., Carroll, J., Katz, R., Oxley, J., Charlton, J., (Report No 322) 2014
7 Vehicle Safety Ratings estimated from police reported crash data: 2014 Update Australian and New Zealand crashes during 1987-2012By Newstead, S., Watson, L. and Cameron, M.(Report No 323) 2014
8 Potential Safety Benefits of Emerging Crash Avoidance Technologies in Australasian Heavy Vehicles By Budd, L & Newstead, S.V. (Report No 324) 2014
9 Seatbelt restraint use in the eastern provence of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia By Fildes, B & Hamed, S.H.A.(Report No 325) 2014
10 Intersection Safety: Meeting Victoria's Intersection Challenge. Stage 1 - Task 1: Problem DefinitionBy Hoareau, E., Candappa, N. & Corben, B.(Report No 316a) 2011
11 Intersection Safety Study: Task 2 Report - Targetted Literature Review By Candappa, N. & Corben, B. (Report No 316b) 2011
12 Intersection Study Task 3 Report: Development of the Kinetic Energy Management Model and Safe Intersection Design PrinciplesBy Corben, B., van Nes, N., Candappa, N., Logan, D. & Archer, J. (Report No 316 c) 2010
13 Intersection Safety Study: Meeting Victoria's Intersection Challenge. Task 5: Generation of Intersection Designs within the Safe System Context By Corben, B., Candappa, N., van Nes, N., Logan, D. & Peiris, S. (Report No 316 d) 2010
14 Addressing the Conflict Potential between Motor Vehicles and Trams at Cut-through Locations By Candappa, N., Corben, B. & Yuen, J. (Report No 317) 2013
15 Vehicle Safety Ratings Estimated From Police Reported Crash Data: 2013 Update Australian and New Zealand Crashes During 1987-2011 By Newstead, S.V., Watson, L.M and Cameron, M.H. (Report No 318) 2013
16 Trends in Crashworthiness of the New Zealand Vehicle Fleet by Year of Manufacture: 1964 to 2011 (Supplement to Report 318) By Newstead, S.V., Watson, L.M and Cameron, M.H. (Report No 318 Supp) 2013
17 Analysis of Injuries to Young and Old Victorian Public Transport Users: 2006 to 2010 By Fildes, B., Morris, A. and Barnes, J. (Report No 319) 2013
18 Annual reports are for the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC). 2014 2014
19 Annual reports are for the Monash University Accident Research Centre (MUARC). 2013 2013

CDC Publications

Sr.No. Title Year
Motor Vehicle Safety Management and Policy
1 NIOSH Center for Motor Vehicle Safety: Strategic Plan for Research and Prevention, 2014-2018
This 5-year strategic plan for the NIOSH Center for Motor Vehicle Safety is being used to advance understanding of the risk factors that place workers at risk of work-related motor vehicle crashes, evaluate a range of interventions to reduce these risks, and develop and communicate research-based prevention information to employers, workers, and other stakeholders. As this plan is implemented, NIOSH will work with partners to respond to emerging issues and provide research-based guidance so that those who work in or near motor vehicles come home safely at the end of their work day.
2014-18
2 Transposition of EU directives related to occupational road safety by three member states.
Authors
Pratt-SG; Murray-W
Source
Occupational Safety in Transport Conference, September 20-21, 2012, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, Australia. Queenland, Australia: CARRS-Q, Queensland University of Technology, 2012 Sep; :1-10
2012
3 NIOSH Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Transit and Ground Transportation (NAICS 485) 2012
4 NIOSH Fatal Occupational Injury Cost Fact Sheet: Couriers and Messengers (NAICS 492) 2012
Prevention Information for Employers and Workers
5 Fact Sheet: Older Drivers in the Workplace: How Employers and Workers Can Prevent Crashes
NIOSH Publication No. 2016-116
This fact sheet gives employers and workers information on age-related physical and mental changes that may affect older workers' driving.
2016
6 Fact Sheet: Preventing Work-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes
NIOSH Publication No. 2015-111
This fact sheet recommends ways employers can keep workers safe when driving or riding in a motor vehicle on the job. It outlines components of a successful motor vehicle safety program. It ends with a checklist that employers can use to implement the recommendations.
2015
7 Take Charge of Your Safety in and Around Your Patrol Vehicle
NIOSH Publication No. 2015-109
This flyer tells law enforcement officers five simple things they can do to reduce their risk of a motor vehicle crash while on duty.
2015
8 Fact Sheet: Work-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes: Preventing Injuries to Young Drivers: What Employers Should Know
NIOSH Publication No. 2013-153
This fact sheet will help employers be more aware of the risk of motor vehicle crashes among younger workers. It gives information about Federal and state laws that cover workplace driving and offers recommendations to employers for preventing motor vehicle crashes among younger workers. Finally, it provides links to useful resources on the Internet.
2013
9 Fact Sheet: Work-Related Motor Vehicle Crashes: Preventing Injuries to Young Drivers: What Parents Should Know
NIOSH Publication No. 2013-152
If you are a parent of a teen or young adult who drives as part of his or her job, it is important that you understand the risk for motor vehicle crashes at work. This fact sheet gives information about Federal and state laws that cover workplace driving and offers recommendations for you and your son or daughter for preventing motor vehicle crashes among younger workers. Finally, it provides links to useful resources on the Internet.
2013
Analysis of Crash Data
10 Occupational highway transportation deaths among workers aged >/= 55 years - United States, 2003-2010
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: August 23, 2013 / 62(33);653-657
Highway transportation incidents are the leading cause of occupational fatalities in the United States. This study reported that the fatality rate of occupational highway transportation incidents for workers aged ≥65 years was more than three times the rate for workers aged 18-54.
2013
11 Short Sleep Duration Among Workers - United States, 2010
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: April 27, 2012 / 61(16):281-285
Insufficient sleep can have serious and sometimes fatal consequences for fatigued workers and others around them. This study found that short sleep is associated with various adverse health effects on workers. It suggests the need to target interventions to increase the proportion of adults who get sufficient sleep to improve safety at work.
2012
Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement, and Emergency Medical Services
12 Research in brief: motor vehicle safety for law enforcement officers - still a priority
Policy Brief: April 2015 / LXXXII(4):22-23
Between 2013 and 2014, the number of officers who died in the line of duty increased by 24 percent. In 2014, 50 officers were killed in firearm incidents, and 49 died due to motor vehicle events. In the last decade, one officer a week, on average, has been killed on U.S. roads (2005-2014 = 61.9 deaths annually). Even though motor vehicle crashes are a leading cause of job-related deaths among law enforcement officers, data on motor vehicle injury and crash trends are scant. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) embarked on a comprehensive statewide study of motor vehicle safety among law enforcement officers to better understand these issues. The study was conducted in one state (Iowa); however, the results and recommendations are useful to law enforcement leaders across the United States.
2015
13 Law Enforcement Officer Motor Vehicle Safety: Findings from a Statewide Survey
NIOSH Publication No. 2015-101
This document reports results and recommendations from a survey of law enforcement officers in Iowa. Officers responded to questions about their attitudes and behaviors related to motor vehicle safety on the job, their crash experience, and departmental policies and training.
2015
Trucking Safety
14 Anthropometric Study of U.S. Truck Drivers: Methods, Summary Statistics, and Multivariate Accommodation Models
NIOSH Publication No. 2015-116
2015
15 Seat belt use among long-haul truck drivers - United States, 2010
Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report: March 6, 2015 / 64(8);217-221.
This study reported that about 14% of long-haul truck drivers (LHTDs) are at increased risk for injury and death because they do not use a seat belt on every trip. Safety programs and other management interventions, engineering changes, and design changes are recommended as strategies to increase seat belt use among LHTDs.
2015
16 U.S. truck driver anthropometric study and multivariate anthropometric models for cab designs
Human Factors: October 2012 / 54(5):849-871
This study presents updated information on body dimensions of a nationally representative sample of the U.S. truck driver population. It reports that both male and female drivers are about 30 pounds heavier than persons of the same age in the general population. This research will help manufacturers build safer truck cabs that are a better fit for today’s drivers.
2012
MMWR article
17 Azofeifa A, Mattson ME, Lyerla R. Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Marijuana, and Alcohol and Marijuana Combined Among Persons Aged 16-25 Years - United States, 2002-2014. MMWR 2015; 64(48);1325-9. 2015
18 Jewett A, Shults RA, Banerjee T, Bergen G. Alcohol-Impaired Driving Among Adults - United States 2012. MMWR 2015; 64(30): 814-817. 2015
Journal article
19 Sebego M, Naumann RB, Rudd RA, Voetsch K, Dellinger AM, Ndlovu C. The Effect of Alcohol and Road Traffic Policies on Crash Rates in Botswana, 2004–2011: A Time-Series Analysis
Accid Anal Prev. 2014 Sep; 70: 33-39.
2014
20 Bergen G, Lacey J, Romano E, Shults RA, Yao J.Characteristics of designated drivers and their passengers from the 2007 National Roadside Survey in the United States. Traffic Injury Prevention 2014; 15: 273-277. 2014
21 Quinlan K, Shults RA, Rudd RA.Child passenger deaths involving alcohol-impaired drivers: national and state patterns. Pediatrics 2014; 133: 966-972. 2014