About 13,000 children aged under 5 are hospitalised each year because of accidental injuries and poisonings. Read more to help keep your children safe.
Road safety saves lives. More children die and are injured in traffic crashes than any other form of accident. Find out what you can do now.
Your home can have many hidden dangers – check this list to make your home safe for your family and friends. Read our Household Safety list now.
Many children are poisoned at home by poisons that parents thought were safely stored. Find out how to keep children safe around the home and workplace.
Household safety can save lives. By following these safety tips around your home you can keep your family and friends safe in your home.
Water and water sports form an integral part of many New Zealanders’ lives. Water safety is important - here's how to stay safe in and around the water.
Toy and pets can be an important part of a child's development. However, you need to know a few rules to ensure child safety.
Your ability to help in an emergency could determine your children’s survival. If you know basic first aid, you can make a big difference.
Good parenting is more than creating a caring family life for your children. Here's some tips on how to keep your children safe.
Disaster can strike quickly and without warning, so it’s important to be prepared. For parents, their first concern is often the children.