This report from CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) Vital Signs provides statistics on teenage drivers aged 16 and above. The years 1991-2011 are reviewed. Statistics include the percentage of teens who drink and drive, by race, age, and state. The full report lists both state and national statistics. A breakdown between male and females who drink and drive is also listed in the full report.
The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System is provided by the Department of Justice and the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators to protect consumers trying to purchase a vehicle. The site shows important information about a vehicle’s history, including title data, the brand history, the odomotor reading, the total loss history, and salvage history. Used car buying tips, along with a glossary and FAQ’s are also included.
OSHA requires that employers give training to industrial truck operators. This includes forklift operations. OSHA provides this checklist as a guide to help employees and employers maintain a safe working environment.
WISQARS (Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System) is a database that gives reports of injury related information. From this source you can find data about fatal injuries, nonfatal injuries, and violent deaths. Cost estimates for both fatal and nonfatal injuries are also available.
The “Resource Center is a compilation of documents, tools, abstracts and references to help you explore specific fire and fire investigation topics.” Includes sections on fire scene investigation, insurance issues, vacant buildings, trial preparation, and product recalls.
Searchable library of photographs of geologic hazards and natural disasters. Images include earthquakes, volcanoes, tsunamis, landslides and more.
Current and historical data for aviation, highway, railroad, marine, and pipeline accidents since 1967.