National Training Centre supporting Family Safety Week with a day of fun and advice

04/04/2019

Denbigh-based family-run business National Training Centre (NTC) is taking part in RoSPA’s Family Safety Week tomorrow (Friday) by holding a Family Safety and Health Awareness Day at its National Training Centre.

The day will involve a series of drop-in sessions, at which parents and carers can receive vital safety tips for their little ones from RoSPA. There will also be fun for the children, with a bouncy castle, soft play and other activities.

And the first 100 attendees will win a RoSPA Keeping Kids Safe pack, which contains information and equipment to help parents spot hazards that could harm their under-5s.

The day is in support of RoSPA’s annual Family Safety Week, which raises awareness of the potential life-changing injuries and heartache that accidents can cause.

Amanda Lawson-Stoner, strategic director at NTC, said: “Building on the success of last year’s Family Safety and Health Awareness Day we have decided to hold drop-in sessions again in order to reach out to the wider community.  Our hope is that by making the day as accessible as possible we can get key safety messages out to those that need it”

Rebecca Hickman, RoSPA’s head of strategic partnerships, said: “We’re delighted that our friendsat Lawson are able to support us during Family Safety Week again this year. Every week, at least one child under five is killed in an accident. With this in mind, it is vital that information about how to prevent accidents is provided for parents and carers."

Civil engineering firm Lawson, sister company of NTC, is a long-time supporter of family safety charity RoSPA, having won a prestigious Gold in the RoSPA Health and Safety Awards. The event tomorrow takes place from 9.30am until 7pm at the National Training Centre, Eirianfa, Factory Ward, Denbigh. For more information call 0800 083 1296.

For more information on Family Safety Week, see www.rospa.com/FamilySafetyWeek

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