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RoSPA announces Go Safe Scotland initiative

3rd September 2013 | Health and Safety Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) has announced its Go Safe Scotland initiative.

It is one of many organisations supporting a new resource to make use of interactive activities to appeal to primary school pupils in a modern way. Other groups backing the move include the NHS and emergency services.

Elizabeth Lumsden, Scotland community safety manager at RoSPA, said: “It’s important not to wrap children up in cotton wool, but to equip them with life skills that can help them make informed decisions to avoid common types of injuries." 

Ms Lumsden went on to say that the home is the place where accidents are most likely to happen, which is why RoSPA is emphasising  the potential dangers of everyday objects such as blind cords and liquitabs.

Go Safe Scotland is led by Glasgow City Council and has featured input from a number of partner agencies, including RoSPA, Fife Council, Police Scotland and the Scottish Fire Service.ADNFCR-2754-ID-801632855-ADNFCR


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