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Safety in Numbers Conference 2002

Safety in Numbers Conference 2002

Safety in Numbers Conference 2002

Georgetown University, Conference Center
Washington, DC
January 9, 2002


Table of Contents File Formats
Entire Compendium
Agenda
Welcome and Opening Remarks
Keynote Speaker
Project 1 Overview - Reengineering DOT Data Programs
Project 2 Overview - Develop Common Criteria for Reporting Injury and Fatality
Project 3 Overview - Common Denominators for Transportation Safety Evaluations
Project 5 Overview - Develop Common Data on Accident Circumstances
Project 6 Overview - Develop Better Data on Accident Precursors or Leading Indicators
Project 7 Overview - Expand the Collection of Near-Miss Data to All Modes
Project 9 Overview - Exploring Options for Using Technology in Data Collection
Project 10 Overview - Expand, Improve, and Coordinate Safety Data Analysis
Appendix - Safety Data Analysis Survey
Title Speaker(s) File Formats
Project 1 - Reengineering DOT Data Programs Terry Klein and Kimberly Hill
Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Project 2 - Develop Common Criteria for Reporting Injury and Fatality Dennis Shanahan
Injury Analysis, LLC
Project 3 - Common Denominators for Transportation Safety Evaliations Bob Dodd
Dodd & Associates
Project 5 - Develop Common Data on Accident Circumstances Sue Baker
Johns Hopkins School of Public Health
Project 6 - Develop Better Data on Accident Precursors or Leading Indicators Dick Paddock
Traffic Safety Analysis Systems & Services
Project 7 - Expand the Collection of Near-Miss Data to All Modes Sergey Sinelnikov
National Safety Council
Project 9 - Exploring Options for Using Technology in Data Collection Barbara DeLucia and Robert Scopatz
Data Nexus, Inc.
Project 10 - Expand, Improve, and Coordinate Safety Data Analysis Dave Balderston
Federal Aviation Administration
TransStats/The Intermodal Transportation Database Jeff Butler
Bureau of Transportation Statistics
Data Gaps Project Bill Bannister
Bureau of Transportation Statistics