COUNTRY

Vietnam

UL SAFETY INDEX

66

Global Rank

70

Overview: Safety Performance in Vietnam

Vietnam performs average on the UL Safety Index with the score of 66 on a scale of 0-100, 100 being the best. The score indicates that Vietnam has developing socioeconomic conditions and preventative safety measures.

Vietnam is a country in Asia with a 2017 population of 95.54 million. It is considered a developing country with GDP per capita of $ 2343 USD.

SCORE
GLOBAL RANK
Institutions & Resources
48
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104
Vietnam's Institutions and Resources Driver score, 48, falls within normal ranges of the global average, and the Indicator scores vary in ranges from 34 to 57, with Wealth representing the lowest performance while Education scores highest among these Indicators. The Driver score indicates that Vietnam has the basic institutional, human, or financial resources to mitigate negative unintentional injury outcomes.
Safety Frameworks: Specific Safety Interventions
71
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56
According to the UL Safety Index, Vietnam does well in Safety Frameworks. The score, 71, in Safety Frameworks indicates that Vietnam performs above the global average in Safety Frameworks. So, it could be said that Vietnam has a functioning legislative and systematical safety intervention mechanisms working to safeguard people's well-being.
Safety Outcomes: How Safe is Vietnam?
85
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74
All things considered, Vietnam performs near the mean in Safety Outcomes with a Driver score of 85 and Indicator scores ranging from 63 to 99. Vietnam performs the lowest in outcomes related to drowning while it performs better in events related to fire. In other words, the Indicator score observed in drowning has the greatest influence in decreasing the overall Driver score. Hence, safety outcomes related to drowning might require special attention in the policy arena.