RoSPA's mission is to save lives and reduce injuries
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.
A mother who has campaigned tirelessly to raise awareness of blind cord safety since losing her 17-month-old daughter has been named among the first winners of a new award presented by the Royal So...
With just days to go until the launch of the
World Cup, RoSPA is challenging adults to ensure their flat-screen televisions
are secure - to help protect young children from injury.
RoSPA is using the final day of its first-ever Family Safety Week to inspire the nation to take practical action to keep older friends and relatives from falling.
While the consequences of...
The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has welcomed a major development in its campaign to stop window blinds posing a risk to young children.
The safety charity hopes tha...
RoSPA is reminding couples
celebrating Valentine’s Day to snuff out candles at the end of their romantic
evening in a bid to prevent fires in the home.
Extra families in Scotland have become eligible
to receive potentially life-saving equipment such as blind cord cleats and
safety gates as part of a national scheme which has been rolled out to new...
marking the Chinese year of the horse are being urged to think hard about where
and when they use sky lanterns by The Royal Society for the Prevention of
Winter deaths and serious injuries due to accidents are not inevitable, says Tom Mullarkey, chief executive of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
With a massive focu...
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