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25/02/2015 : Press release: Olympic hero backs RoSPA’s big push for more cyclists and fewer accidentsDouble gold Olympic medallist James Cracknell is to launch RoSPA's Family Safety Week in an effort to get more people pedalling – safely.
18/02/2015 : Press release: Don’t kid around with Chinese lanterns during year of the goat festivities, says RoSPAWith thousands of revellers gearing up to celebrate Chinese New Year, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is reminding people to make it an enjoyable occasion by following safety advice on sky lanterns.
17/02/2015 : Press release: RoSPA backs calls for safety education to be taught in schoolsThe Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) is backing a call by the Education Select Committee to make personal, social, and health education (PSHE) statutory in schools in a bid to reduce injuries among children.
16/02/2015 : Press release: RoSPA Scotland encouraging everyone to take responsibility for child safetyThe Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) in Scotland is hosting its annual Child Safety Conference tomorrow (Tuesday, February 17), which aims to encourage everyone to take responsibility for the safety of the country’s children.
10/02/2015 : RoSPA hopes to #SaveKidsLives as part of Global Road Safety WeekEvery day more than 500 children die and thousands are injured in traffic crashes globally – figures which the Royal Society for the Prevention for Accidents (RoSPA) is determined to help drive down as part of an international initiative.
09/02/2015 : Press release: More families to benefit from life-saving home safety schemeMore Scottish families could benefit from potentially life-saving equipment under plans by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to expand its free home safety equipment scheme.
06/02/2015 : Press release: RoSPA-backed coalition calls for manifesto pledge to save young drivers’ livesThe UK’s family safety charity is leading the call for all major political parties to commit to the safety of young drivers in their election manifestos.  
04/02/2015 : Press release: Norfolk families targeted in RoSPA campaign to protect children from cleaning product injuries in the homeParents with toddlers across Norfolk are being urged to take action today to protect their children from the risks of household cleaning products, in a new far-reaching campaign to reduce the number of accidental child poisonings.
03/02/2015 : Press release: Top health and safety volunteer honoured shortly after his deathA prolific health and safety campaigner and volunteer who spent 22 years helping to make workplaces safer has been honoured for his commitment with a top award just days after his death.
03/02/2015 : Press release: Isle of Wight volunteer group honoured for workplace safety effortsA volunteer group in the Isle of Wight that helps to make the area’s workplaces safer has been honoured for its efforts with a top award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).

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