RoSPA in Scotland
The RoSPA Scotland office is based in Edinburgh, but we cover the length and breadth of Scotland. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents was established almost 100 years ago, beginning life as the London Safety First Council. RoSPA spread to Scotland with the formation of the Scottish "Safety First" Council and an office opened in Glasgow in 1930. Now in Edinburgh, our community safety department deals with all home safety enquiries - and there are also specialists in road safety and workplace safety.
Where to find us
RoSPA in Scotland:
43 Discovery Terrace,
Heriot-Watt University Research Park,
Enquiries: +44 (0)131 449 9379
Training & consultancy enquiries: +44 (0)131 449 9378
Fax: +44 (0)131 449 9380
How to find RoSPA in Scotland - map
RoSPA health and safety awards reaches 60-year milestone
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident’s (RoSPA) prestigious health and safety awards will be marking a milestone next year when it reaches its diamond anniversary. Presentation ceremonies for the internationally recognised RoSPA Awards will once again be held in London, co-located with the Safety and Health Expo 2016, as well as in Birmingham and Glasgow.
Action on Accidents
RoSPA and the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM) are calling for a £2million-per-year nationwide programme in Scotland that would relieve some of the huge pressure on Scottish A&E departments by preventing accidental injuries to under-5s.
Find Out More.
RoSPA Scotland Conference 2016
September 14, 2016, Glasgow Hilton Hotel
A key event in the occupational safety and health calendar for professionals based in Scotland - updating on the latest regulatory changes, providing new and innovative ideas and unmissable networking opportunities.
Child Safety – it's Everyone's Responsibility.
12 June 2012, Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow
Download speaker presentations from this one day event.
Advice, Information and Resources
Most of RoSPA's road safety work in Scotland is funded by a grant from the Scottish Government's Transport Directorate, and aims to contribute towards the achievement of the Government's Road Safety Framework and National Strategic Objectives.
RoSPA in Scotland has worked with Mr Mike Grimmer, Information Services, NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde to provide the latest available information from the ISD in an easy to use format showing both numbers and rates of hospital admissions involving the under 0 - 4 and 65 and over age groups by local authority area.
Training Courses and Consultancy Services
Occupational Safety Training
A large number of RoSPA's workplace safety training courses are available in Scotland.
RoSPA Scotland provides road safety training on a variety of topical issues relevant to contributing to the delivery of Scotland's Road Safety Framework to 2020. These training seminars are primarily aimed at road safety professionals such as road safety officers, police, fire, community safety officers and road engineers; however, others with responsibility for promoting road safety are welcome.
RoSPA Scotland also offers home safety training and a variety of safety consultancy and audit services, please contact us for further information.