Monday, 8 November 2010

Safety 2010 - Short Questionnaire, View Speaker Presentations and Photo Gallery Information

Dear Delegates,

Thank you for attending Safety 2010 World Conference. Please can you provide feedback about the event by completing a short online questionnaire? We would especially like to learn more about how the event has impacted upon your work or study. Please click here to access the link.

Have you visited the Safety 2010 World Conference recently? A number of speaker's PowerPoint presentations can be viewed. Please click here to be directed to the presentation page.

More presentations will be added over the next few weeks as permissions are received from the speakers. If you have any queries about presentations or photographs or wish for your presentation to be included online please contact

We have also set-up a photo gallery. Please click here to veiw the week of Safety 2010 in London.

We look forward to receiving your feedback.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Kind regards,

Andrew Bennett

Monday, 25 October 2010

ISMA - International Safety Awards 2010

In each category the awards are listed in order and detail Organisation, Location, Entry Number and Name, Lead Name.

Audio Category

Gold Award

Calder Bateman, Canada, Hearse_BoosterSeats, Cheryl Meger
Silver Award
New Zealand Transport Agency, New Zealand, KiddieCarCrash, Rebecca Everdon
Bronze Award
Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, USA, None for the Road, Mica Perry

Print Category

Gold Award
Work Safe Victoria, Australia, Young Workers, Steve Gosbell
Silver Award
Calder Bateman, Canada, Hearse_BoosterSeats_Billboard, Cheryl Meger
Bronze Award
Safe Kids Austria, Austria, Bedside Counseling l0_6mo, Dr. Michael Hallwarth
Honourable Mention -HM
1. University of Otago Department of Psychology, New Zealand, Sober Scratch Card, Rebecca Everdon
2. RADD, USA, RADD, Erin Meluso
3. I'm Safe, USA, Distracted Driving Bookmark, Wendy Gordon
4. Org People, India, Pappu Zebra Book, Vinay Varma
5. ThinkFirst, USA, TFMO, Michelle Gibler
6. Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, USA, None for the Road, Mica Perry
7. FACE, USA, Refuse to be Roadkill, Karl Chrenka
8. Center for Accident Research, Australia, Road Safety, Clare Murray (Tamzyn Davey)


Gold Award
The Napo Consortium Multiple EU partners, Napo, Petr Rimmer (Gregor Doepke)
Silver Award
1. The Jackson Foundation, USA, Blake McMeans Story, Steve Hall
2. US DOT, USA, Road Safety Audit, Rebecca Crowe
Bronze Award
Center for Injury Research and Prevention at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA, What to Expect After the Injury, Kristen Kohser (Dr. Flaura Winston)
Honourable Mention - HM
1. AJ Fordham, Canada, Journey to Recovery, AJ Fordham
2. National Safety Council, USA, Simple Changes , Kay Farrell
3. Iranian Ministry of Health, Iran, Firework Injury, Alireza Moghisi
4. Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety, USA, Reality Of The Road, Angela Garrison
5. I'm Safe, USA, I'm Safe Walk With Me, Wendy Gordon
6. Uniformed Services, USA, Parents Pools, Dr. Deborah Girasek
7. Saheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, Iran, Road Traffic-Appropriate Dress Iran2, Hamid Soori


Gold Award
New Mexico Department of Transportation, USA, Reverse, David Harris
Silver Award
Calder Bateman, Canada, Trading Places_Impaired Driving, Cheryl Meger
Bronze Award
Work Safe Victoria, Australia, Young Workers, Steve Gosbell
Honourable Mention - HM
1. Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, USA , None for the Road, Mica Perry
2. Safe Kids Austria, Austria, Window Fall, Dr. Michael Hallwarth
3. Missouri Coalition for Roadway Safety, USA, Following Too Closely, Angela Garrison
4. New Zealand Transport Agency, New Zealand , Spin the Wheel, Rebecca Everdon

To view some of the video winners on you tube please click here

Finally, for further information on past and present winners please use the ISMA link to view the ISMA site

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Press Release - Road Traffic Accidents

Dear Delegates,

We thought you may be interested in some of the press coverage about the Safety 2010 World Conference which was held in London last week.

On Tuesday 21st September 2010 in particular there was much talk about road traffic accidents.
Why not let us know what you think by commenting on this post?

To read the articles please click on the links below:

Monday, 27 September 2010

European Child Safety Alliance celebrates success of CSAP as Final Report is launched at ISCAIP

Collective participation in national action planning on child safety leads to significant progress in addressing injury.

A final report of the Child Safety Action Plan (CSAP) initiative launched at ISCAIP highlights the advances the 26 European countries participating have made in their national actions to prevent childhood injuries and the impact the project has had since its inception six years ago.

This initiative supports countries to assess their performance on child safety, develop plans of action to address gaps identified and develop capacity to implement these action plans. To date the European Region is the only WHO region where countries are working together on joint action plans to address the issue of child injuries. The development of child safety action plans is one of the recommendations of the WHO World and European Reports on Child Injury Prevention.

Results summarised in the final Child Safety Action Plan highlight:

• 29 countries with a child safety action plan in development or being implemented where none previously existed prior to this joint project work
• standardised indicator based, baseline child safety report cards and profiles and a European summary for 24 countries (will be 27 countries later this fall) and the model being explored by regions beyond Europe
• published good practice guide summarising more than 50 effective measures to reduce childhood injuries is now being used in more than 30 countries to enhance effective child safety planning
• agreement by the majority of the project partners in 29 countries that the European level initiative has had significant added value in fostering increased progress over stand alone attempts in their countries.

To view the final report visit, or click below:
Final report: Action Planning for Child Safety - 2010 Update

To view the full press release and journalist's notes, click below:
Press release

To view statements from country partner participants on the impact of the project, click below:
Statements from country partners participating in CSAP

Thursday, 23 September 2010

Favourite Speaker or Session at Safety 2010?

Dear Delegates,

We hope that you are enjoying the Safety 2010 World Conference in London.

We are very interested to hear which sessions and speakers you have most enjoyed during the conference so far?

Click on the word 'comment' below this blog to post your comments and thoughts.

Friday, 17 September 2010

London Sites - On Your Doorstep

Dear Delegates,

You may be thinking - where is the venue situated in London and what is do and see around the vicinity of the venue? When choosing the venue in London for Safety 2010 all aspects were taken into account, especially location.

We are confident that you will not be disappinted with Westminster Abbey, Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the London Eye on the QEII Conference Centre's doorstep. Click on the words of the landmarks of London to find out further information and take a look at the pictures below for a sneak preview of London's finest buildings and structure - including the famous red post box!

With thanks to Visit London for the photographs.

Safaety 2010 Programme

Dear Delegates,

You can now view the official Safety 2010 Programme by clicking "Programme" from the blog or you can view directly from the Safety 2010 website by selecting the Programme tab on the menu bar.

Happy reading!