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Title: Safer roads for children in the United Arab Emirates
Authors: Dawson, K.P.
Bener, A.
Issue Date: 1999
Language: English
Abstract: A study was conducted to obtain a representative view of the parents of primary school children regarding which strategies should be employed to reduce the toll of road traffic accidents in the United Arab Emirates. A cross-sectional population-based study was conducted in Al-Ain, UAE, in which parents were asked to give their suggestions on how to make the roads safer for their children. Strategies aimed at reducing vehicle speed, improved personal driving, adherence to existing rules, and driver and pedestrian education were regarded as paramount. There is widespread awareness of road safety problems in the country and the public appears ready to accept major safety initiatives by government agencies
Description: 277-281
Keywords: Accidents, Traffic
Attitude to Health
Automobile Driving
Child Welfare
Cross-Sectional Studies
Seat Belts
Subject: Safety Management
ISSN: 1020-3397
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Appears in Collections:EMRO Journal Articles (EMHJ)

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