Focus on: Winter Safety

Seasonal risks to child safety at this time of year may not be obvious, but shorter daylight hours and colder weather mean changes in routine and behaviour.Read more

Keeping safe over Christmas

Christmas is always a busy time with presents to buy, meals to plan and family and friends to entertain. As well as planning for an enjoyable and fun Christmas, we’ve got some top tips to ensure that your Christmas is safe as well as fun.Read more

Taking time for child road safety

With growing numbers of parents in multiple jobs and record numbers of women working, there’s often little time to remember, let alone learn about, child road safety.Read more

Speed Down Save Lives for Road Safety Week 2017

Road Safety Week takes place this year from 20-26 November with the theme, Speed Down, Save Lives. It’s an excellent opportunity to raise awareness of the dangers of driving too fast, especially with the help of CAPT’s picture-based booklet, It’s fun to go out.Read more

Hair straighteners can cause deep burns that can scar for life

1 in 10 parents of under-fives admit their child has suffered a serious burn from hair straighteners or tongs.Read more

Supporting National Burns Awareness Day 2017

To support National Burn Awareness Day 2017 we are offering 50% off our burns prevention DVD resource pack. Code: BURN50Read more

Be Bright, Be Seen

Visibility is a key issue all year round, all day round, whether children are walking or on their bike. However, over the winter months, it is especially important as the school day can start and end in twilight.Read more

Why are grapes so dangerous?

Doctors have issued a stark warning that young children can choke to death on whole grapes.Read more

Making every contact count: in-house training from CAPT

With in-house training, our expert trainers come direct to you, adapting course content to suit your local needs.Read more

Fidget spinners – a hidden hazard in the latest playground craze

Fidget spinners are the latest playground craze but doctors have raised concerns about cheap fidget spinners with LED lights powered by small button batteries.Read more