Large cities in the U.S. are significantly safer than their rural counterparts, with the risk of injury death more than 20 percent higher in the country. A study to be published online in Annals of Emergency Medicine upends a common perception that urban areas are more dangerous than small towns (“Safety in Numbers: Are Major Cities the Safest Places in the U.S.?”).
Plus, David Michaels and his Canadian counterpart talk safety
April 9, 2013
With AIHce 2013 taking place in a little over a month, the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) is releasing additional information on the prestigious array of presenters it has lined up for the conference.