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Safety restraint use in Virginia use rate trends from 1983 through 1995 by Charles B. Stoke

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Published by Virginia Transportation Research Council in Charlottesville, Va .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Virginia

Subjects:

  • Automobiles -- Virginia -- Seat belts -- Statistics.,
  • Automobiles -- Safety appliances -- Virginia -- Statistics.

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Edition Notes

StatementCharles B. Stoke.
SeriesVTRC ;, 96-R21, VTRC (Series) ;, 96-R21.
ContributionsVirginia. Dept. of Transportation., Virginia Transportation Research Council.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHE5620.S34 S76 1996
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 36 p. :
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL632433M
LC Control Number96620447
OCLC/WorldCa34200111

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The Virginia Transportation Research Council has been monitoring the use ofchild safety restraint systems in Virginia since through child safety seat surveys conducted annually (with the exception of). The principal goal ofthe survey has been to estimate compliance with the relevant statutes in place at the time. occupants to use safety restraints. During , data were collected bytwo persons at 34 metropolitan area sites and 7 mid­ size city sites for hours at each site. Observations were made of occupants under 4 years ofage for child safety seat use (41 in the front and in the rear seats) and safety restraint use. Non-use was higher in the front seats (%) than in the rear seats (%). Safety restraint/seat belt use by occupants 4 to 16 years old riding in the rear seats was very low. In the metropolitan areas, correct use was %, incorrect use was %, and non-use was %, with the western area having the highest non-use rate (%).Author: C B Stoke. Get this from a library! Urban safety restraint use by infants and children under 16 years of age in Virginia: the survey results. [Cheryl Lynn; Jami L Kennedy; Virginia Transportation Research Council.; Virginia. Department of Motor Vehicles.; Virginia. Department of Health.] -- The original child restraint law passed in Virginia in required that children under 4 years of age use a.

THE USE OF SAFETY RESTRAINT SYSTEMS IN VIRGINIA BY OCCUPANTS UNDER 16 YEARS OF AGE: THE SURVEY RESULTS. The Virginia Transportation Research Council has been monitoring the use of child safety restraint systems in Virginia since through child safety seat surveys conducted annually (with the exception of ). 4. Providers shall not use seclusion, restraint, or time out as a punishment or reprisal or for the convenience of staff. 5. Providers shall not use seclusion or restraint solely because criminal charges are pending against the individual. 6. Providers shall not use a restraint that places the individual's body in a prone (face down) position. 7. Code of Virginia. Table of Contents» Title Motor Vehicles» Subtitle III. Operation» Chapter Motor Vehicle and Equipment Safety» Article Child Restraints» § Child restraint devices required when transporting certain children; safety belts for . Buy Safety restraint use in Virginia: Use rate trends from through (VTRC) by Stoke, Charles B (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Charles B Stoke.

Virginia Guidance Addressing the Use of Seclusion & Restraint Virginia Department of Education State Special Education Advisory Committee. ( & ). Guidelines for the Development of Policies and Procedures for Managing Student Behaviors in Emergency Situations in Virginia Public Schools: Focusing on Physical Restraint and Seclusion. Get this from a library! Urban safety restraint use by infants and children under 16 years of age in Virginia: the survey results. [Cheryl Lynn; Jami L Fisher; Virginia Transportation Research Council.; Virginia. Department of Motor Vehicles.] -- The principal goal of this child restraint survey has always been to estimate compliance with the relevant statutes in place at the time. [organization] uses restraint or seclusion safely. 1. The hospital implements restraint or seclusion using safe techniques identified by the hospital’s policies and procedures in accordance with law and regulation. 2. The use of restraint and seclusion is in accordance with a written modification to the patient’s plan of care. §§ Use a knot that can easily be released (half-bow). §§ Secure restraints to the bed springs or frame, never to the mattress or bed rails. When an adjustable bed is in use, secure the restraints to the parts of the bed that move with the patient. Never secure a restraint to a bed rail or mattress.