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    TEXT VERSION OF TITLE SLIDE:

    Title: Safety Performance Management: MVA Injury Rate - USPS vs Public & Private Sector
    Type: Data Line Chart with Legend.
    Chart Elements: 7 - Segments are by year based on injury rate per 100 million miles.
    • 1 - 1990 = 151 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 2 - 1992 = 143 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 3 - 1995 = 143 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 4 - 2000 = 116 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 5 - 2001 = 109 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 5 - 2001 = 113 [USPS Motor Vehicle Injury Rate (OSHA II) per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 6 - 2002 = 103 [US Public/Private Sector Injury Rate per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 6 - 2002 = 101 [USPS Motor Vehicle Injury Rate (OSHA II) per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]
    • 7 - 2002 = 94  [USPS Motor Vehicle Injury Rate (OSHA II) per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT)]

    Sources: USPS: 1769/HRIS Mainframe Query
                 Public  & Private Sector: NHTSA

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