Love it or loathe it the run-up to Christmas for parents means having a lot on your plate (and we’re not talking Christmas dinner). Let’s keep it merry with six simple safety tips you can do that won’t add to the to-do list.
The Child Accident Prevention Trust won a Hero award for Best Product Safety Initiative at the Chartered Trading Standards Institute awards ceremony. This award reflects the charity’s longstanding commitment to ensuring products are safe for children.
Most accidents that cause burns and scalds to children involve hot water . This National Burn Awareness Day remember 'hot water burns like fire'.
Discover why water beads are so dangerous for small children plus five top tips to keep your children safe.
The Child Accident Prevention Trust is urging parents to keep babies in arms' reach in water as shocking new data shows bath drownings have trebled.
Looking for inspiration and ideas on how to engage families at community events in your area? We share how child safety was brought to life at a local community festival in south Manchester during May half term.
The cost-of-living crisis is turning consumers to cheaper products, but they come at a dangerous price. Learn more.
We've joined forces with RSPCA, Dogs Trust and Defra to create two fact sheets which parents can use to keep children safe and dogs happy.
Doctors and nurses across the UK are urging us to use hot water bottles correctly as they can cause serious burns. Learn how here.
Katrina Phillips, Chief Executive of the Child Accident Prevention Trust, has received an OBE for services to child safety in the New Year Honours List 2023.
On 28 November 2022, the Office for Product Safety and Standards issued product recalls for seven magnetic toys sold by Wish and Amazon.
An investigation found that sellers on online marketplaces are marketing ‘strong suction’ magnetic building kits as toys for babies as young as one month. If swallowed these could rip through a child’s gut.
Button batteries are an inevitable part of Christmas. But they can badly hurt or kill a child if swallowed. Learn the dangers and how to keep children safe.
An urgent safety alert has been issued for baby self-feeding pillows which can kill small babies. Learn more here.
A new campaign warning families about the rising number of dangerous toys sold online has been launched.
Fireman Sam and the Child Accident Prevention Trust launch safety tips for parents after new research shows a quarter have never discussed Bonfire Night safety with their children.