That's the same as the July 7th London bomb attacks taking place over 446 times in the last two years four months (roughly an attack ever two days) or the 9/11 attacks on the WTC and the Pentagon taking place over 8 times.
Saddam Hussein was in power for 25 years (1978 - 2003) and is reported to have killed around 300,000 civilians during his reign. That works out at 12,000 a year. On those figures the US-led Coalition doesn't seem to be doing too badly as they're averaging about 10,714 a year. Ergo, civilians in Iraq are safer since the Coalition toppled Saddam than before. We're actually saving 1,286 people a year! I reckon the people of Iraq must be mighty pleased about that! Of course the report doesn't include the death toll from the Iraqi military or Insurgents - that might tip the balance.
25,000 Civilians Killed In Iraq (BBC News Online; Tuesday 19th July 2005)
2986 - 9/11 (including WTC, Pentagon and four planes)
56 - 7/7 (including three trains and one bus)