sanırım bir tek bana garip gelen şey. hayır yani, başkalarına da garip gelseydi olurdu emniyet kemeri.
daha çok yaralanmaya maruziyet verebileceği kaygısıyla gerçekleşen durum. buna ilişkin özellikle santiago de compostela'da meydana gelen 75 kişinin öldüğü tren kazası sonrası başlayan tartışmalarda kaza anında sıkışma gibi durumlar yaşandığı aktarıldı dün bir ana haber programında.
başka pek çok şeyin de olmaması kadar doğaldır.
(bkz: trenlerde bekaret kemerinin olmaması
durumum yoktu çeviremedim.
"a 2007 study by britain’s rail safety and standards board concluded against outfitting train seats with seat belts, saying it wouldn’t necessarily reduce the number of serious injuries.
the five-year study analyzed six major rail accidents and looked at using either a lap belt or a “lap and diagonal” belt known as a three point belt.
“ınjury outcomes for passengers choosing to wear restraints were substantially improved. however, there was a slight general worsening of injury outcomes for passengers choosing not to wear restraints as they impacted the modified (stiffened) seat,” the report said.
the report showed that a total of 14 passengers died in three crashes in the u.k. from what is called structural intrusion – a loss of survivable space. ıf riders had been wearing seatbelts that locked them into place, computer modelling showed 88 passengers could have died.
researchers also found that risk of neck injury increased dramatically with smaller riders.
“neck injury in this group significantly increased to a level outside acceptable limits,” the report said. “ıt may be possible to reduce this feature if a new seat were designed which took account of this problem, however the difficulties and implications that this represents should not be underestimated.”
while details are still emerging from the incident, ditmeyer said there are other ways to improve rail safety which include making investments to improve broken or defective tracks and the implementation of positive train control, which slows speeding trains and enforces speed restrictions.
“the whole challenge is keeping trains from going too fast around curves,” ditmeyer said noting that speed was a factor in the 2015 amtrak crash in philadelphia that killed eight people. “the national transportation safety board concluded that the engineer just simply lost track of where he was.”