Get involved

What can you do?

Thank you to everyone who took part in Child Safety Week 2017. So many of you took to social media to share advice, videos and stories, and really brought the theme to life at events. It’s brilliant to see you speaking up for safety!

Child Safety Week 2017 may be over, but the action pack and CAPT resources can help you keep conversations going with the parents and families you work with throughout the year.

We all have a part to play in sharing the responsibility for preventing accidents among children, and we know that nothing is more powerful than the voice of experience when it comes to sharing practical advice and knowledge in local communities.

Getting involved is easy. Take just a few minutes to follow the steps below:


1. Sign up

Sign up to our mailing list to hear about the impact of Child Safety Week 2017, and to hear about our plans for 2018.

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2. Download the Action Pack

Download the 2017 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!

Download the Child Safety Week Action Pack


3. Order resources

Child Safety Week display packWe’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.

Shop for CAPT resources


4. Share

Like CAPT on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.

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. Check out our Pinterest for activity inspiration.



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Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT)

Child Accident Prevention Trust
PO Box 74189
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