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Fireworks injury types: fracture, sprain, contusion, burns
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Type of estimated injuries
The PowerPoint slide titled "Type of estimated injuries" presents a pie chart divided into three sections: "57% Burns," "18% Contusions and lacerations," and "5% Fractures and sprains," with an additional "20% Other" category. Each category is represented by a different color and has an associated icon that visually represents the type of injury, such as a flame for burns and a broken bone for fractures.
- The slide features a large, colorful pie chart in the center.
- Each segment of the pie chart is connected to a colored rectangle that includes a percentage and description of injury type.
- Accompanying icons for each injury type: a flame icon for burns, a person's head and shoulders for contusions and lacerations, and broken bones for fractures and sprains.
- The color palette consists of purple, green, orange, and teal, with purple being the most dominant for the text boxes.
- The background is a pale grey with a white frame bordering the slide content.
- There's a subdued orange banner in the top-right corner with text that is not part of the slide's analytical content.
The overall look of the slide is professional and clean, with a clear visual emphasis on the data represented by the pie chart. Icons and color-coding make it easy to identify each category of injuries at a glance.
- Presenting data on injury distribution in health and safety training.
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- Illustrating statistical data in a research presentation on workplace accidents.
- Enhancing visual communication in an insurance claim report to show types of injuries covered.