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UN Sustainable Development Goals

Organizations relating to Accidents

Amend / Est. 2004
Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May be Deemed to be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects, with Annexed Protocols / Est. 1980
International Traffic Medicine Association / Est. 1960
Centre of Documentation, Research and Experimentation on Accidental Water Pollution / Est. 1978
International Convention Relating to Intervention on the High Seas in Cases of Oil Pollution Casualties / Est. 1969
Nordic Accident Insurance Meeting / Est. 1907
Convention on the Transboundary Effects of Industrial Accidents / Est. 1992
Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe / Est. 1952
Additional Convention Relating to the Liability of the Railway for Death of and Personal Injury / Est. 1966
International Convention on Certain Rules Concerning Civil Jurisdiction in Matters of Collision / Est. 1952
Convention Concerning Benefits in the Case of Employment Injury / Est. 1964
International Federation of Associations of Specialists in Occupational Safety and Industrial Hygiene / Est. 1952
Kursk Foundation / Est. 2000
World Safety and Accidents Prevention Congress
Inter-American Safety Council / Est. 1938
No More Bhopals Network / Est. 1985
Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society / Est. 1969
International Brain Injury Association / Est. 1992
Protection Against Accidents / Dockers, 1932 / Est. 1932
Convention on Early Notification of a Nuclear Accident / Est. 1986
International Coalition on Spinal Cord Injury Research / Est. 1989
Coma / Traumatic Brain Injury Recovery Association / Est. 1977
International Green Cross / Est. 1970
International Centre for Crime and Road Accident Prevention / Est. 1960
International Network on the Prevention of Accidents and Trauma at Work / Est. 2002

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World Problems relating to Accidents

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Scarification
Error
Insensibility
Inexpedience
Adversity
Loss
Venomous animals
Sports accidents
Repetitive strain injuries
Radiation accidents
Structural failure
Irregular hospital transportation
Marine accidents
Road traffic accidents
Unnecessary surgery
Work-related injury
Irresponsible genetic manipulation
Gunshot wounds
Unpleasantness
Impairment
Badness
Neglect
Disrespect
Transport accidents
Injuries

Action Strategies relating to Accidents

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Reducing occupational risk in the mining industry
Preventing occupational accidents
Investigating aircraft accidents
Counselling victims of torture
Assigning responsibility for damage caused by accidental spills of hazardous waste
Rehabilitating war casualties
Researching road safety
Researching tourism and road safety
Reducing road accident deaths and injuries
Preventing injuries to children
Developing emergency response procedures for chemical accidents
Providing medical relief for large-scale emergencies
Providing prostheses to mine-injured amputees
Promoting safety for older people at home
Risking unintentional nuclear war due to accidents
Studying disease and injury from exposure to weather
Researching relationship between population structure and road accidents
Researching driver training schemes
Researching accident proneness
Protecting against inadvertent impact of sanctions on vulnerable groups
Providing emergency accident service
Developing sector strategies to reduce the frequency and severity of injuries
Unifying rules for collisions at sea
Reducing risk of ecoaccidents
Reporting accidents

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