The BPA promotes the safe use of baby, nursery and childcare products to consumers and the industry.
About Child Safety Week
Child Safety Week is an annual campaign run by the 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.
Updates and free downloads
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Become a Safety Hero
The 2016 free action pack including tips, advice, activities, competitions and quizzes will be coming soon. Download last year’s action pack for inspiration.
Sign up to our mailing list to get exclusive downloads and all the latest Child Safety Week 2016 information direct to your inbox as it becomes available.
Buy CAPT leaflets, flyers, DVD packs and other child accident prevention products ready made for engaging with parents and carers.
Bitrex® makes potentially dangerous products so bitter that children will spit them out. Invite parents to taste Bitrex® for themselves with a free Bitrex® Taste Test kit.
If you feel passionate about keeping children safe, please make a donation to fund our future work. Text CAPT16 £3 to 70070 to help stop children dying in preventable accidents. JustTextGiving by Vodafone.
Sponsoring Child Safety WeekWe offer a range of corporate partnership opportunities. Our tailored sponsorship packages can support your business objectives through brand and product awareness raising, co-created content for consumer and professional markets, and interactive activities and experiences.
Interested in sponsoring Child Safety Week? Email Saul Annett to discuss, or call 07971 881 418.
Official sponsors of Child Safety Week 2015
THINK! aims to reduce the number of people killed or injured on our roads every year.
Safer Scotland – addressing the issues involved in creating a safer community.
Bitrex® is the bitterest substance ever discovered. It makes potentially harmful products taste disgusting, helping protect children.