Our website is a 'one stop shop' of learning resources with safety and wellbeing at their core with the following objectives.
- Provide a library of learning that can be trusted by educationalist and service personnel
- Reduce duplication in the creation of resources
- Reduce production costs of resources across the collaboration
- Improve the consistency of messaging
- Save teachers time in planning
- Impart critical safety messaging through core curriculum activity
- Increase the contact time young people have with key safety messages
- Reduce avoidable deaths and injuries
As we develop our resources we also develop our relationships with other like-minded organisations from across the world. We cooperate with safety focussed public sector organisations to increase our shared library of learning, not only to develop new content but also to develop our existing resources into multiple languages to ensure our shared messages are accessible to all and ultimately to deliver on our objectives.
Programme led by
National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC)
The National Fire Chiefs Council (NFCC) is the professional voice of the UK fire and rescue service (FRS). NFCC drives improvement and development throughout the FRS, delivering an approach where everyone works together and supports the development of local services to ensure the best outcomes for their communities.
NFCC leads and supports a number of safety initiatives and develops national safety messaging, interventions and advice with government and partners. These are supported by FRSs to raise public awareness and reduce preventable deaths across a number of areas from water, road, home and, of course, fire safety. NFCC also uses our influence and expertise to lobby for change to keep people safe and well.
Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE)
Ambulance Services play a vital role in responding to 999 emergencies and they also help resolve 111 calls for less urgent problems. It is important for everyone to know how to make a 999 call and what to do in an emergency until help arrives. Your local ambulance service has resources to help. The Association of Ambulance Chief Executives (AACE) are here to help them help you. AACE is a membership organisation that represents all UK ambulance services, bringing together a central team of ambulance service experts in one place to help develop and improve patient care across the country.
National Police Chiefs Council (NPCC)
The National Police Chiefs Council provides a coordination role on behalf of policing. The Child Centred Policing portfolio sits within it and leads on early intervention and engagement with children and young people, providing the lead for police working with schools. Engaging with children and young people in their space is essential to build trust and confidence between young people and the police, in order to keep them safe from harm and prevent them from becoming victims or offenders of crime.
The Home Office’s Fire Kills campaign works in partnership with local fire and rescue services and the National Fire Chiefs Council to raise awareness of potentially life-saving fire safety messages, encourage fire safer behaviour and maintain the historically low levels of fire-related fatalities. This supports the first duty of the Government, which is to keep citizens safe.
HM Coastguard coordinates all maritime search and rescue by managing a truly national network of Coastguard teams, lifeboats and Coastguard rescue helicopters around the entire UK.
There are 3,500 volunteer coastguard rescue officers around the UK coast who are trained in search and rescue skills. They are based in local teams along the coastline and most live and work in their local community. They train and respond to emergencies day and night as volunteers.
Coastguard teams can be called out by the Coastguard coordination centre to:
- rescue people in trouble at sea or on the coast, cliffs or trapped in mud;
- search for missing people;
- report and deal with pollution and other hazards;
- help other emergency services and local authorities during emergencies like flooding.
Royal National Lifeboat Institute (RNLI)
Educating young people about how to keep safe, in, on and around water is fundamental to saving lives at sea and a core part of the RNLI’s water safety activity. The more young and at risk people we can reach with our water safety messages, the more lives we can save now and in the future. As a teacher or youth leader, you really can make a lifesaving difference. We’ve put together a suite of teaching ideas and materials to help you engage young people with essential – and lifesaving – water safety lessons in schools and youth groups. You’ll find videos, guided discussions, problem solving activities – and more – specifically tailored for primary and secondary school aged children.
Royal Life Saving Society (RLSS)
The Royal Life Saving Society UK (RLSS UK) is the charity that enhances communities, so everyone can enjoy being in, on or near the water safely, because every life is worth saving.
Around 700 people drown in the UK and Ireland every year and many more suffer injury, some life-changing, through non-fatal experiences. Many of these incidents are avoidable, with the correct level of knowledge and training.
As the leading provider of water safety and drowning prevention education, we collaborate, campaign, educate and train to help give everyone the confidence to enjoy the water, safely.
I.M.P.S. is an injury prevention education programme delivered to 10 and 11-year olds jointly in the school and local hospital emergency departments.
Its aim is to empower young people to take personal responsibility for their own risk management and equips them with the skills to cope in an emergency situation.
The programme equips children with first aid and resuscitation skills, helping them to respond effectively if an incident occurs
- In school learning
- Hospital visit
- I.M.P.S. follow up activities
Cadent operates and maintains the largest gas distribution network in the UK.
We bring gas to 11 million homes and businesses throughout the North West, West Midlands, East Midlands, South Yorkshire, East of England and North London
We know the importance of everyone knowing the signs of a carbon monoxide leak and what to do if you suspect a carbon monoxide leak in the home. This doesn’t just apply to adults; we’re also on a mission to educate our nation’s children and help them understand the risks posed by carbon monoxide (CO).
You can find out more about Cadent here: Working with Schools | Cadent (cadentgas.com)
The Fire Fighters Charity
Delivering specialist health and wellbeing information and support to enable a healthier and happier UK fire services community, The Fire Fighters Charity blends innovative digital services with face-to-face and community-based programmes, to offer each of its beneficiaries tailored support to meet their individual need.
To find out more visit www.firefighterscharity.org.uk, call the Charity’s Support Line on 0800 3898820 or download the My Fire Fighters Charity app. The Charity supports serving and retired fire and rescue service personnel, their dependants and other eligible members of the UK fire services community.
Safety Centre Alliance
The Safety Centre Alliance exists to facilitate support, networking and development between permanent interactive safety centres across the UK and to offer advice to those wishing to set up new centres.
Safety Centres are set up like a film set of everyday situations where visitors can experience risk in a safe environment. These scenarios deliver interactive, experiential, realistic, scenario-based education in safety, citizenship and life skills.
Covering topics such as home safety; fire safety; road safety and internet safety and many more, the centre’s are suitable for visitors of all ages.