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Vol. 10, ,No,. 3 2007 “Motorcycle ,helmets work, … ,there,’s ,no, question about it.” So says one of the world’s most respected researchers on ,helmet, effectiveness. For decades Professor Harry Hurt led ground-breaking motorcycle crash research at the University of Southern California. From 1976 to 1981,
Purpose Hard hats are required when working in areas where ,there, is a potential for injury to the head from falling objects. In addition, hard hats designed to reduce electrical shock are required when working near exposed electrical conductors that may contact the head. Specialty types of hard hats include those with miner's light attachments, reflective stripe for night ,work,, face shields ...
The ,safety, process did not end with the end of the ,work, day — this attitude was also stressed for our personal life. In the old Bell System if ,there, was an injury or death, details of the incident were passed throughout the Bell System the next day so that every person could learn from it.
In Great Britain, too, ,there, has been ,no, discernible improvement in fatality trends relative to pedestrians as ,helmets, have become more common (BHRF, 1071; Hewson, 2005). In New South Wales, Australia in the three years following the introduction of its ,helmet, law, 80% of cyclists killed and 80% of those seriously injured wore ,helmets, at the time ( Robinson, 1996 ; NSW, 1994 ).
There are many reasons for that statement. No helmet can protect against all possible impacts, and the impact may exceed the helmet's protection. No helmet protects any part of the body that it does not cover, so even if the head injury is avoided you may have a smushed face, broken bones or worse. Safety always involves compromises.