Healthy People 2010- Volume 2 Objectives for Improving by US Dept of Human Health and Services

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Data sources: National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), DOT, NHTSA; Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS), CDC, NCCDPHP. Injury and Violence Protection Page 15-29 Total Population, 1998 (unless noted) Safety Belt Use Percent 69 TOTAL Race and ethnicity American Indian or Alaska Native DNC Asian or Pacific Islander DNC Asian DNC Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander DNC Black or African American DNA White DNA Hispanic or Latino DNC Not Hispanic or Latino DNC Black or African American DNC White DNC Gender Female DNA Male DNA Education level Less than high school DNC High school graduate DNC At least some college DNC Select populations 9th through 12th grade students 84 (1999) DNA = Data have not been analyzed.

DNC = Data are not collected. DSU = Data are statistically unreliable. 15-20. Increase use of child restraints. Target: 100 percent. Baseline: 92 percent of motor vehicle occupants aged 4 years and under used child restraints in 1998. Target setting method: Total coverage. Data source: National Occupant Protection Use Survey (NOPUS), Controlled Intersection Study, DOT, NHTSA. Data for population groups currently are not collected. Page 15-30 Healthy People 2010: Objectives for Improving Health 15-21.

DSU = Data are statistically unreliable. Note: Age adjusted to the year 2000 standard population. NOTE: THE TABLE ABOVE MAY HAVE CONTINUED FROM THE PREVIOUS PAGE. Injury and Violence Protection Page 15-35 15-26. Increase functioning residential smoke alarms. Target and baseline: Objective Increase in Functioning Residential Smoke Alarms 1998 Baseline 2010 Target Percent 15-26a. Total population living in residences with functioning smoke alarm on every floor 88 100 15-26b. Residences with a functioning smoke alarm on every floor 87 100 *Age adjusted to the year 2000 standard population.

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