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To prioritize investments in unintentional injury prevention programs, Underwriters Laboratories developed The UL
Safety IndexTM. The Index is the quantification of the relative state of safety in 187 countries around the world. Based on
societal drivers and outcomes related to unintentional injury, the Index measures the contributions of national resources and
institutions, safety systems and frameworks and safety outcomes. Each of the potential Indicators and Drivers were analyzed
for correlation with safety outcomes. Safety outcomes were computed using WHO DALY data, normalized by population. The
analysis shows that all indicators exhibited a negative correlation with safety outcomes at a statistically significant level. The
UL Safety Index offers insights into how safety works as a system, with diverse influences such as education and technology
coupled with specific approaches such as codes, standards and enforcement of laws and regulations. This model and the
research behind it supports the theory that, to improve safety, we must develop, implement and sustain a multi-layered, systems
based approach. As such, the UL Safety Index can be used to support efforts by governments, safety professionals, policy
makers, the private sector and non-governmental organizations to understand and prioritize actions to improve safety around
the world. Investments in good government, education and economic development all correlate with fewer deaths and injuries
from unintentional sources. Indeed, this strategy helps to create a mutually beneficial scenario, in which multiple positive
outcomes result from investments in key development areas.
David Wroth is a Director of Strategy and Operations for Underwriters Laboratories Inc., a 120-year-old safety science company, to identify opportunities to address safety issues across the globe. In this capacity, he analyzes data from disparate sources and provides a cohesive framework for research, development and deployment of solutions to safety issues in order to improve safe living and working environments for people. David received a Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Engineering from Purdue University and a Masters of Business Administration from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management.