RoSPA's mission is to save lives and reduce injuries
A father and his four daughters from Derry have all achieved top marks in the RoSPA Advanced Driving Test, in what is believed to be a first for the prestigious scheme.
Eddie McDonagh, who...
community-safety project dedicated to teaching youngsters how to stay injury
free by putting them in hazard scenarios has been accredited by the LASER
With the summer holidays approaching and scorching temperatures set to continue, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is urging people, particularly young men, to be extra vigi...
The Royal Society for the Prevention of
Accidents (RoSPA) has partnered with United Arab Emirates-based Tristar
Transport to deliver a road safety awareness workshop for more than 500
There were a total of 381 drownings and water-related deaths from accidents or natural causes across the UK in 2013, according to a report published today by the National Water Safety Forum (NWSF)....
Road deaths and serious injuries involving
at-work drivers and riders remain one of our most serious road safety issues,
according to a strategic review published today.
RoSPA has welcomed a fall in deaths and
injuries on the road to the lowest number since records began, but warns more
work is needed to ensure this downward trend continues.
Deaths and injuries on
Scotland’s roads fell in 2013, continuing the country’s long term improvements
in road safety.
However, more needs to
be done to protect vuln...
Two new resources for local authorities on preventing accidents to
children and young people in the home and on the road have been published today.
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Ac...
Putting an end to the number of children who
are suffering severe accidental burns from hair straighteners is the aim of a
new campaign launched at a children’s centre in Sefton.
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