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29/10/2014 : Press release: Get that rocket out of your pocket and prevent injuries on Bonfire NightGet that rocket out of your pocket and avoid spoiling the party with an accident on Bonfire Night by following the fireworks code, warns the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).
28/10/2014 : Press release: Keep gore for costumes and avoid firework injuries this HalloweenHalloween is a time for fright and horror but RoSPA is warning families in Northern Ireland to keep the gore for their costumes and avoid firework injuries.
27/10/2014 : Press release: Be among the first to hear insights from new A&E data at RoSPA’s annual congressInsights from new A&E data will be heard for the first time during an annual conference being held by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to help improve home safety.
27/10/2014 : Press release: How scary are your Halloween costumes? Intertek & RoSPA reveal the tricks to keep Halloween a treat instead of a tragedyHalloween is an increasingly popular date in the calendar when children (and adults) enjoy dressing up in ghoulish costumes and visiting friends and family, hopefully sharing treats rather than tricks. Fake blood and bandages are everywhere!
24/10/2014 : Press release: RoSPA welcomes Scotland’s move to lower drink-drive limit in time for ChristmasRoSPA strongly supports the Scottish Government’s move to lower its drink-drive limit in time for this Christmas.
24/10/2014 : Press release: RoSPA urges William Hague to consider time-zone devolutionThe Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents has invited William Hague to include time-zone devolution in the constitutional changes he is overseeing in a bid to push for lighter evenings.
22/10/2014 : Press release: RoSPA hosts forum to make occupational road risk a priorityThe Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) recently hosted a forum of key stakeholder representatives and experts to help re-energise the management of occupational road risk (MORR) as a key risk management priority for UK plc.
20/10/2014 : Press release: In search of solutions to the healthcare crisis - can accident prevention save the NHS?The President of the College of Emergency Medicine will deliver an annual safety lecture today, setting out how accident prevention can relieve the pressure on A&E.
16/10/2014 : Press release: Help workers get home safe at occupational road safety seminarAdvice and information on tackling occupational road risk will be shared at a free event hosted by The Scottish Occupational Road Safety Alliance (ScORSA).
01/10/2014 : Press release: RoSPA raises awareness of children’s right to safety in the homeIt is up to parents to teach children how to stay safe, according to children in Scotland who took part in a home safety survey conducted by RoSPA.

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