Accidents and Safety
Find a safe place to cross, then stop, look and listen.
A height chart with information on helping a child to avoid accidents at home. Also contains emergency first aid advice.
It’s important that we feel safe in our homes, yet more accidents happen at home than anywhere else.
It is against the law to drive under the influence of illegal drugs, or if you have certain drugs above a specified level in your blood.
Many people enjoy the freedom and independence that driving gives them, and they don't want to give it up. The entitlement to a driving licence expires at the age of 70, so an application needs to be made to the DVLA to renew it.
Helps parents and carers to be alert to the risks children face on the road.
Help parents and carers of children aged 3-5 to be alert to the risks children face on the road.
A useful guide to keeping yourself and others safe on the road. Topics covered include pedestrian safety and the Green Cross Code, cycle safety, traveling in the car and on public transport, road signs and markings.
Using a mobile phone while driving is dangerous. This postcard outlines the main points of the law, what happens if a driver gets caught and advice on using handsfree devices.