Child Safety Week is run by Child Accident Prevention Trust to raise awareness of the risks of child accidents and how they can be prevented. We provide a range of resources to help practitioners run local activities and events and promote safety messages in a fun and engaging way.

Events are held by a range of different organisations and individuals, including children’s centres, childminders, fire and rescue teams, hospitals, schools and many more.

This years’ Child Safety Week ran from Monday 3rd June to Sunday 9th June 2019. 

The theme, Family life today: where’s the risk? highlighted the new dangers facing families today from our modern lifestyles and offers simple solutions to keep children safe.

Child Safety Week 2019 may be over but we still need your support throughout the rest of the year, to help raise awareness of the new dangers facing families today from our modern lifestyles and offer simple solutions to keep children safe.

Getting involved is easy.

Take just a few minutes to follow the steps below:

1. Sign up

Sign up to our mailing list in order to hear about any new free resources and downloads for 2020.

2. Download the 2019 Action Pack

Download the free action pack including tips, advice, activities, competitions and quizzes. Includes top tips for engaging with families and carers, info about some of the most common causes of child accidents and how to prevent them, as well as useful event ideas and resources!

We have also just launched a new downloadable poster Button batteries: Where are yours? encouraging parents to know where lithium coin cell batteries are in their homes – in products as well as spare and ‘flat’ batteries – so they can keep them out of children’s reach and keep children safe.

Please download your copy for free and share with others.

3. Order resources

We’ve picked out essential CAPT publications and products, sorted by the type you may be looking for, that will support you to run your events and activities.

Whether you need posters for an impactful display, easy-to-read flyers or booklets, or a DVD pack to help you make light work of running groups, there’s something for every need and every budget.

4. Share

Like CAPT on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for shareable advice throughout the year.

Tip – if you use your personal account for Facebook, you won’t miss out on our advice posts for parents, which you can share straight away.