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National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Description
Works to reduce deaths, injuries, and economic losses resulting from motor vehicle crashes. Includes the division of Emergency Medical Services. Part of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Tagged as
Transportation to Support Rural Healthcare

Resources (14)

  • 2011 National EMS Assessment, 12/2011, view details
  • Emergency Medical Services Education Agenda for the Future: A Systems Approach, 06/2000, view details
  • The Emergency Medical Services Workforce Agenda for the Future, 05/2011, view details
  • EMS Agenda 2050: A People-Centered Vision for the Future of Emergency Medical Services, 01/2019, view details
  • EMS.gov Coronavirus/COVID-19 Resources, 07/2020, view details
  • Lights and Siren Use by Emergency Medical Services (EMS): Above All Do No Harm, 05/2017, view details
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Emergency Medical Services (NHTSA EMS), view details
  • Seat Belt Use in 2018 - Overall Results, 01/2019, view details
  • State Traffic Safety Information, view details
  • Strategy for a National EMS Culture of Safety, 10/2013, view details
  • Traffic Safety Facts 2017, 09/2019, view details
  • Traffic Safety Facts, 2018 Data: Alcohol-Impaired Driving, 12/2019, view details
  • Traffic Safety Facts, 2018 Data: Older Population, 04/2020, view details
  • Traffic Safety Facts, 2018 Data: Rural/Urban Comparison of Traffic Fatalities, 05/2020, view details