Over 28,000 children every year
POISONED IN THEIR OWN HOMES
UNDER 6 YEARS OLD
The truth is a hard pill to swallow, especially if it's a child in your care that is the victim.
What could you have done to stop this from ever happening? The truth is, a great deal, and with very little input on your part.
How are so many children being poisoned? A lack of awareness of their parents or guardians to what habits they have that put their children at severe risk of illness, disability and death.
How do you act to save the children in your care? Take action now with The National Home Safety Week™ and now Take The Pledge.
THE HARD TRUTH
IN 2016 AT WORK IN THE UK
1 IN EVERY 217,391 WILL DIE
IN OUR HOMES 1 IN EVERY
10,852 WILL DIE
Fact. 16 deaths, 68 children poisoned, 5,479 children receiving
treatment in A&E, EVERY DAY. All in and around their own homes. Costing our society, including our NHS over £45 billion a year!
The Knights of Safety™ want you to join the NHSW™ mission to improve safety at home.The first mission is to change the habits of parents that are putting their children at danger of illness, disability and death. We have formed the world’s first health and safety rock band and No.1 hit single in safety today, called “Victim of You” to spread the message. We have
commissioned The National Home Safety Pack™ which will be provided to:
Employers, to give to employees
Teachers, to give to pupils
Nurseries, to give to parents
No matter what your profession, no matter who you are, you can help reduce accidents at home, saves lives and reduce the burden on our
Statistics for UK Fatal Injuries 2015/16
Office for National Statistics - Population Estimates for UK, England and Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland: mid-2015
Office for National Statistics - Workforce statistics
Home Accident Surveillance System including Leisure Activities 24th (final) Annual Report 2002 Data.
Office for National Statistics - Mortality Statistics; Injury and poisoning 2011; England and Wales.
ROSPA - Facts & Figures in Home Safety
Transport Research Laboratory - Revaluation of home accidents 2010