Child Safety Week 2015: Road Safety for Kids (2)
Jun03

Child Safety Week 2015: Road Safety for Kids (2)

This post is a continuation of my most recent post on road safety for kids. This post is focused on adults. Adults who possibly don’t care about themselves and other road users but should care about the kids in their car and in the cars they encounter they whether they like it or not. Here’s why: 1. Traffic lights are there for a reason. I see many cars jump the red light without regard for cars coming from the opposite or...

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Child Safety Week 2015: Road Safety for Kids (1)
Jun03

Child Safety Week 2015: Road Safety for Kids (1)

“Stop standing behind the car when I am trying to reverse! How many times do I have to tell you that? Next time you do that I am going to punish you!” Yes that’s me telling my little cousin off. The 2015 theme for Child Safety Week is ‘Teatime Terrors’ – events such as drowning and bath water scalds, road accidents caused by heavy traffic while rushing home from school/nursery, and burns and scalds...

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Child Safety Week 2015: Some facts and tips on electrical safety at home
Jun01

Child Safety Week 2015: Some facts and tips on electrical safety at home

Child Safety Week 2015 runs from 1st June to 7th June. So this week, HSEWise will focus on children and keeping them safe and healthy. We are kicking off with Electrical Safety. About a week ago, a girl in Ghana got electrocuted – she fell asleep with her power bank lying on her chest and plugged into the socket so that when power came back on, it would charge it while she slept. Unfortunately, when the power came back on, there...

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