COUNTRY

Norway

UL SAFETY INDEX

92

Global Rank

1

Overview: Safety Performance in Norway

Norway scores among the best and sets the standard for public health and safety with UL Safety Index of 92 on a scale of 0-100, 100 being the best. The top-tier performance highlights that Norway has one of the most ideal socioeconomic forces and unintentional injury outcomes among 187 countries.

Norway is a country in Europe with a 2017 population of 5.28 million. It is considered a developed country with GDP per capita of $ 75505 USD.

SCORE
GLOBAL RANK
Institutions & Resources
94
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1
Judging by the mark, 94, as the Driver score for Institutions and Resources, Norway has sufficient national resources to mitigate possible negative effects resulting from unintentional injury outcomes. Indicator scores vary in ranges from 91 to 97, with Network Readiness representing the lowest performance while Education has the highest value.
Safety Frameworks: Specific Safety Interventions
98
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1
In Safety Frameworks, Norway performs remarkably well with the score of 98. The Driver score is showing that Norway has exemplary practices in public health and safety, standing among the best in the world. Thus, it could be said that Norway has legislative and systematical safety intervention mechanisms working in the best interest of people's well-being.
Safety Outcomes: How Safe is Norway?
85
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75
Generally, Norway is performing near the average in Safety Outcomes with a Driver score of 85 and Indicator scores ranging from 61 to 99. Norway performs the lowest in outcomes related to poisoning while its best value is in transport injuries. In other words, the Indicator score observed in poisoning has the greatest influence in decreasing the overall Driver score. Hence, safety outcomes related to poisoning might require extra attention in the policy arena.