United States of America, English
Motorcycle deaths and injuries are an important public health concern and economic liability in the United States. “Our role is to identify ways to prevent injury and death and rigorously check what works and what does not work. For motorcycle safety, the research shows that universal helmet laws are the most effective way to reduce the number of deaths and traumatic brain injuries that result from crashes.” - Dr. Thomas Frieden, CDC Director In this Guide, you will learn: - the public health significance of motorcycle crashes - the best way to protect motorcycle riders - how your state compares with other states in terms of motorcycle-related deaths and economic costs - what you can do to increase motorcycle safety. The guide is available online and for download.
Level of Education: Initial vocational education and training, Continuing vocational education and training
Lead Organisation: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC