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Contrary to popular belief, there is no good evidence that ,compulsory helmet laws, have improved the ,safety, of cycling. Indeed, the contrary is indicated. For Victoria , a statistical analysis by Robinson suggested that for the same cycle use as before the ,law, there would now be no fewer head injuries and more total injuries to children.
Most primary school children were already ,wearing helmets,, so the ,law, should have had little effect on their %HI. However, adult ,helmet wearing, (%HW) increased from 43% to 92%. If ,compulsory wearing, is beneficial, there should have been a large reduction in %HI of adults compared to primary school children.
Approved bicycle ,helmets, have stickers or labels certifying that they meet the Australian and New Zealand standard (AS/NZS 2063) and have passed stringent ,safety, tests. ,Helmets, manufactured after 31 March 2011 must have an identifying mark from a body accredited or approved by the Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand (JAS-ANZ) certifying compliance with the above standard.
- (a) Any person caught not ,wearing, the standard protective motorcycle ,helmet, in violation of this Act shall be punished with a fine of One thousand five hundred pesos (Php1,500.00) for the first offense; Three thousand pesos (Php3,000.00) for the second offense; Five thousand pesos (Php5,000.00) for the third offense; and Ten thousand pesos (Php10,000.00) plus confiscation of the driver's ...
The new ,regulations,, which have been incorporated in the ICC Clothing and Equipment ,Regulations, effective 1 January 2017, do not make it ,compulsory, to ,wear, a ,helmet, when batting, but when a batsman elects to ,wear, a ,helmet, it must be compliant with the new British Standard BS7928:2013.
Under this ,law,, ,helmet wearing, was estimated at approximately 30% on average but fluctuated greatly by time of day and type of road. 9 Since ,helmet laws, were first introduced, many stakeholders have tried to raise awareness and lobby for a ,law, that will cover all drivers and passengers on all types of roads.
Law, enforcement and other ,safety, officials can reinforce the need to ,wear, a ,helmet, through positive interactions such as free or discounted ,helmet, distribution programs and incentives for ,helmet, use. Publicizing ,helmet laws,, and child/parent education on ,helmet, fitting and the importance of ,wearing, a ,helmet, every ride may enhance effectiveness ...
For example, turban-,wearing, Sikhs are exempt from ,wearing, a hard hat in the workplace however for the most part everyone is obligated to ,wear, one where a risk is present. While it isn’t 100% ,compulsory, by ,law, to ,wear, a ,safety helmet, on a construction site if there is no risk of head injuries, on the vast majority of construction site the danger is real so ,wearing, hard hats are necessary.