Whilst we're not allowed to do re-writes in this forum, I expect that I can offer some general guidance though.
Firstly, your use of 'study' is fine (as per the original question).
I think that most of the confusion (generated by your sentence) is structural and derives from your hope that the double-barreled form of 'factors and identification' can sensibly distribute over the second double-barreled form 'dangerous and accident-prone areas'.
The sentence over all is expressing a simple thought - maybe the structure should reflect that.
Last thought, people are accident-prone, not areas. Good luck.