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27/01/2015 : BRADFORD FAMILIES TARGETED IN RoSPA CAMPAIGN TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM CLEANING PRODUCT INJURIES IN THE HOME

Families with toddlers across Bradford are being encouraged to protect their children from the risks of household cleaning products in a new campaign by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Acc...

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27/01/2015 : Press release: Bradford families targeted in RoSPA campaign to protect children from cleaning product injuries in the home

Families with toddlers across Bradford are being encouraged to protect their children from the risks of household cleaning products in a new campaign by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and The UK Cleaning Products Association (UKCPI).  

26/01/2015 : Press release: Stop, look and listen – RoSPA conference to explore pedestrian safety

The future of pedestrian safety will be the topic of discussion among road safety experts when they meet for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident’s (RoSPA) annual conference.

21/01/2015 : Press release: Young drivers more likely to drink and drive, campaign reveals

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has expressed concern for young drivers after a drink-driving campaign revealed they were proportionately more likely to drive while under the influence.

20/01/2015 : Press release: Huge new competition to help make Welsh roads safer for motorcyclists

A funding pot of £510,000 is available for the development of innovative technologies that will help to cut motorcycle casualties in Wales.

19/01/2015 : Press release: Former police officer is new RoSPA chief examiner

A former officer, whose 30-year career policing the roads included a number of commendations for bravery, has joined the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) as its new chief examiner for advanced driving and motorcycling.

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27/01/2015 : BRADFORD FAMILIES TARGETED IN RoSPA CAMPAIGN TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM CLEANING PRODUCT INJURIES IN THE HOME

Families with toddlers across Bradford are being encouraged to protect their children from the risks of household cleaning products in a new campaign by The Royal Society for the Prevention of Acc...

26/01/2015 : STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN – RoSPA CONFERENCE TO EXPLORE PEDESTRIAN SAFETY

The future of pedestrian safety will be the topic of discussion among road safety experts when they meet for the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accident’s (RoSPA) annual conference. &nb...

21/01/2015 : YOUNG DRIVERS MORE LIKELY TO DRINK AND DRIVE, CAMPAIGN REVEALS

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has expressed concern for young drivers after a drink-driving campaign revealed they were proportionately more likely to drive while under...

20/01/2015 : HUGE NEW COMPETITION TO HELP MAKE WELSH ROADS SAFER FOR MOTORCYCLISTS

A funding pot of £510,000 is available for the development of innovative technologies that will help to cut motorcycle casualties in Wales. Funded by the Welsh Government and Innovate...

19/01/2015 : FORMER POLICE OFFICER IS NEW RoSPA CHIEF EXAMINER

A former officer, whose 30-year career policing the roads included a number of commendations for bravery, has joined the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) as its new chief exami...

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17/02/2015 : RoSPA Scotland Child Safety – A Sharing
This one-day conference on the topic of Child Safety will highlight examples of recent and ongoing initiatives in Scotland designed to prevent unintentional injuries to children. Information will be shared about how practitioners in a variety of settings can help stop accidents from happening to children in the home, on the roads and in or near water.
11/03/2015 : 2015 RoSPA Road Safety Conference
In the connected age of instant updates, stopping – even just for a moment – can seem like an alien concept. Popular topics such as cycling are in the spotlight, but with pedestrians accounting for nearly 25% of all UK road fatalities in 2013 (24,033 casualties, including 398 deaths and 822 serious injuries) practitioners mustn't lose sight of their needs as well.
19/03/2015 : RoSPA Construction Health and Safety Conference
Taking place at the Crowne Plaza Birmingham City Centre, the 2015 conference will present you with the opportunity to hear from top construction companies and industry thought leaders, providing best practice guidance through case study examples, practical advice, and the latest information you need to know to protect your workforce, as well as highlighting what support is available.

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