Accidents and Safety
Digital artwork warning of the importance of keeping nappy sacks out of a baby's reach.
Digital artwork warning of the dangers of looped blind cords near children.
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 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.
For many people, driving is about more than just getting from A to B. Driving gives you freedom and independence, so the thought of having to give it up can be very difficult. Getting older doesn't necessarily mean you have to stop driving and there's no legal age at which you have to stop.
Digital artwork warning of the importance of keeping liquitabs out of reach of young children.
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.
Digital artwork encouraging parents to seek medical advice immediately if their child swallows a button cell battery.
We all want to be safe, especially when we're in our own homes or going about our day-to-day lives. Unfortunately, as we get older we can feel a little less safe, due to mobility issues, illness or because we feel more vulnerable to crime and scammers.
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.
Digital artwork warning of the importance of keeping hair straighteners out of the reach of children.
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.