SAFEtagious 1.0 – Done and Dusted!
Jun15

SAFEtagious 1.0 – Done and Dusted!

SAFEtagious! A family safety event. Shade a 15-year old meets a rich spoilt boy online! Wow her dreams have certainly come through! They actually made plans to hook up after school on Friday! The meeting? Resulted in her being drugged, beaten, robbed and raped! Something that could have been prevented if only her dad had just taken action when he knew Shade was lying about her Friday afternoon plans. This is the storyline on which...

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How not to be like Queens College
Apr04

How not to be like Queens College

Schools should be a safe place for children. However, with the recent epidemic at Queens College which left over a thousand students ill, 3 dead with many of them admitted in various hospitals in the country, one is left to wonder why an institution with such “supposed” grace and permit me to say, now living on past glory could fail their students and parents. Queens College recently came under critical observation when two of her...

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Debunking a huge misconception about road safety
Feb26

Debunking a huge misconception about road safety

Yesterday (25th February, 2017), I discovered a huge misconception about road safety and crossing roads. Infact I had the misfortune of seeing a tweet on road safety and kids that I didn’t agree with. In my very unusual fashion, I was quick to call the tweeter to order but it didn’t go down well. I call it unusual because on social media I try to keep a low profile and respect people’s opinion. I poked my nose into...

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The Most ignored aspect of Distracted Driving
Jan10

The Most ignored aspect of Distracted Driving

Oh no! Not another article on distracted driving! Oh yes! It is an article on distracted driving but with a twist. I am not going to bore you with how people text and talk on their phones while driving or how they eat, smoke and all them stuff we see all over the internet. Today I talk about 2 disturbing trends I have noticed recently. 1. Live streaming while driving 2. Unbelted children (unbelted because I can’t seem to find a...

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Holiday Safety: Awesome ways to keep your children and home safe during the Holidays
Dec24

Holiday Safety: Awesome ways to keep your children and home safe during the Holidays

Happy Holidays friends! This is the final post for 2016! I am launching 2 membership sites in January so need to spend the rest of 2016 perfecting things! The first one is the HSEWise Academy for safety lovers and professionals which we are starting with the Safety Newbie 12-week course. The second is a School Safety Portal a Hub we will gradually fill with policies, templates, guides, resources and courses specifically aimed at...

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Child Sexual Health: The Parents’ Role & The Talk
Dec07

Child Sexual Health: The Parents’ Role & The Talk

Couple of weeks back, we had a Child Sexual Health week at my Facebook Group. The decision to do that was “promoted” by recent reports of child abuse and promiscuity among really young children. The latest a 10 year old who is already actively involved in sexual activities and a 15-month old girl who was discovered to have been sexually abused when her creche nannies noticed the widening of her vagina. This particular one...

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