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1. Modeling and Simulation for Improving Ambulance Patient Compartment Design Standards
Deogratias (Deogratias) Kibira, Yung-Tsun Tina Lee, Allison Barnard Feeney, Jennifer Lyn Marshall, Larry Avery, Jennifer Moore, Carlotta Boone
Emergency medical service providers riding in ambulance patient compartments, while caring for patients, are at high risk of suffering injuries in case of a crash or sudden maneuver. Seat belts are one way to reduce the occurrence and severity of inj ...
2. Certification of NIST SRM 2569 Lead Paint Films for Children's Products
John L Molloy, John R Sieber, Karen E Murphy, Stephen E Long, Stefan D Leigh
SRM 2569 Lead Paint Films for Children‰s Products is a new Standard Reference Material (SRM) developed for use primarily with XRF instrumentation. It consists of three paint coatings, with nominally 0 mg/kg, 90 mg/kg, and 300 mg/kg of Pb added, on p ...
3. Advanced Sensing Towards Improved Forklift Safety
Roger V Bostelman, William P Shackleford
The National Institute of Standards and Technology's Intelligent Systems Division has been researching advanced three-dimensional (3D) imaging sensors and their use in manufacturing towards improving forklift safety. Experiments are presented in thi ...