In 2014, the results of the U.S. Coast Guard's 2012 National Recreational Boating Surveys were released. NASBLA/ERAC spent hours seeking explanations of how the participation and exposure hours data were generated, considering the merits of using exposure hours as the denominator in risk ratios, and developing compilations of state-level data. Products associated with those explorations--by ERAC and the Coast Guard--are presented below.In December 2020, the Coast Guard released the results of the 2018 Participation and Exposure surveys.** In the 2021-2022 committee cycle, ERAC continued its exploration of the survey findings and methodologies with an eye toward developing products that could help the states better understand and apply the data to their RBS programs. In 2023, the committee will be following up on two of those products--national webinars described below--and, on behalf of the states, directing attention to the Coast Guard's development of the next iteration of the NRBSS.**See also, an errata sheet for the 2018 survey reports
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