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One Hundred Most Dangerous Things in Everyday Life and what You Can Do about ...
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF
concepts of accident causation
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Accident Facts accident prevention accident problem accident proneness accident rate accident statistics accident types accident-prone accidental accidents occur achieved Agent Environment American areas automobile become behavioral objectives chalkboard Cognitive Dissonance countermeasures cultural demands danger Darrell Huff death Definition developed disaster discussion driver education effective environment epidemiology equipment evaluation event example experience factors fatal figures fire hazard Health human ideas Includes those accidents increase individual influence injury instruction instructor involved Lie with Statistics lives mass media material method motivation motor-vehicle multiple-cause concept National Safety Council participants percent permission pickles Preassessment present Presiding Bishopric Procedure projector questions reducing reports Research result risk role playing Russian Roulette safe safety belts safety education Safety Engineers scuba diving situation snowmobile social Society of Safety solution sources specific student Table teaching techniques thinking tion total number Traffic Safety unsafe usually values vehicle victim William Haddon