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Apart from a small increase between 2013/14 and 2014/15, the SAM case fatality rate declined consistently, with an overall decline of 38.
Together, these factors brought Alaska's workplace fatality rate more in line with the nation overall.
Results: The West Virginia traffic fatality rate was 71% higher than the United States.
Despite increases in population, registered drivers and vehicles, the fatality rate is unchanged and the injury rate decreased slightly from 2013.
Some roofers might be surprised to learn that their profession's fatality rate of 38.
During 2003-2013, 1,189 oil and gas extraction industry employees died while working, resulting in an average of 108 deaths per year and an annual average occupational fatality rate of 25.
Meath has the second lowest fatality rate in the country with 469 deaths per 100,000, followed by Laois with 573 deaths per 100,000.
Statistics from the Bureau of Infrastructure, Transport and Regional Economics, show that there has been 9 per cent reduction in fatality rates in road accidents.
Highest fatality rate Last year, the World Health Organisation (WHO) referred to Oman in its report as the country with the highest fatality rate from road accidents in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries and the third highest in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Let us compare its road fatality rate to those of Australia, Canada and the United States, all substantially larger than Saudi Arabia; Australia is 3.
Namibia's fatality rate per 100,000 population was pegged at 25.
The fatality rate, or the number of people killed for every 100 million vehicle miles traveled (VMT), rose also, from 1.
Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) reported in early April 2013 that preliminary data indicate that the mine fatality rate in 2012 was the lowest in the history of U.
However, welfare standards are very high and equine fatalities are rare, with 90,000 runners each year with a fatality rate of 0.
They also showed Indians topped the road fatality rate in the emirate.