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According to annual report, deaths decreased due to wearing of helmet and out of 300 accidents, only 75 accidents were reported.
16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- With football season underway, the National Operating Committee on Standards for Athletic Equipment (NOCSAE) wants parents and athletes to be smart about their football helmet, and about playing safe.
The Global Helmet Industry Report 2015 is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the helmet industry.
Even a seemingly innocuous knock can be fatal if the helmet is not good.
The spokesman of Islamabad Traffic Police (ITP), Muhammad Javed said while talking to reporter the authority has not recommended any specifically designed helmet, that is why motorcyclists wear helmets of any type, shape, colour.
A cycle helmet is designed for a fall off your bike when travelling up to 12mph and hitting your head (helmet) on something solid like concrete (road, path).
The helmet models offered in Burn Out Italy's collection include the Schuberth S2 helmet, Schuberth J1 helmet, Schuberth Helmet, and the Schuberth C3 Pro helmet.
This is the second year OPH has organized a helmet discount weekend to coincide with two popular Ottawa cycling festivals Capital Velo Fest and Vanier Velo Fest.
While helmets can be effective in protecting riders, only about 15% of children less than 15 years old regularly use a helmet while riding a bicycle.
The price is as blinding as the mirrored helmets themselves, just less than $1,000, but that hasn't stopped Duck football fans from cleaning out the initial supply of replica helmets from the Rose Bowl game.
Only the helmet and the extra visor and housing in its protective cover go into the helmet bag.
There are currently no regulations on how often school districts must repair or purchase helmets, but Mark Cousins, interim director of the University Interscholastic League, has told lawmakers most school districts follow the recommendations by helmet manufacturers to recondition helmets every two years.
Using this new evidence, legislators should revisit the need for mandatory helmet laws.
Fanger believes educational programs, legal enforcement and parental insistence are among the "multiple factors in the environment working comprehensively" that will increase helmet use among children.
However, he knows that he's been incredibly lucky, as he was not wearing a helmet at the time.