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Road safety seminar - what matters and what works

26 February 2014
Reducing the inequalities in child deaths and injuries on the roads 11 March 2014, 10:00am-3:45pm Ort House Conference Centre, London NW1 7NE Delegate fee: £48

Urgent action needed to protect children from hair straighteners burns

26 February 2014
CAPT is supporting the work of the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) with a nationwide campaign about the dangers of hair straighteners.Our campaign aims to raise awareness of the danger among parents and lobby manufacturers and retailers to do more to protect children from burns.

Child Safety Week 2014

25 February 2014
Save the date, our flagship campaign, Child Safety Week is back for another year, running from Monday 23 to Sunday 29 June with the theme Safety Heroes battle Morning Mayhem.

Road safety, scalds and a call for child deaths database | November 2013 Making the Link e-bulletin

11 November 2013
This email is from: Child Accident Prevention Trust |

Report calls for a national child death database

6 November 2013
A study commissioned by the Department for Education (DfE) has recommended establishing a national database to collect, analyse and share Child Death Overview Panel (CDOP) data at a national level.

Get involved in our national road safety seminar

26 September 2013
We want you to be involved in our national road safety seminar in Manchester in March 2014. If you would like to present at the seminar – get in touch.

Child accidents and injuries in the North West

23 May 2013
Published in March 2013, ‘Child accidents and injuries in the North West’ draws together extensive research into the nature and scale of childhood unintentional injuries and accidental deaths in the North West of England.The report will support local authorities, the NHS and Health and Wellbeing Boards in their work to prevent and minimise the risk of child accidents and injuries.Key themesThree...

Working together for Child Safety Week 2013

21 May 2013
Supporting frontline practitioners to create a local focus for accident prevention Local commissioning of child accident prevention is set to feature more prominently on the agenda of local authorities now that the issue is firmly embedded into the new Public Health Outcomes Framework indicator to reduce hospital admissions from unintentional and deliberate injuries for 0-18 year olds.