13th World Conference Injury Prevention Safety Promotion 6-9 November 2018
13th WCIPSP will be held on 6-9 November 2018, at Bitec Bangna Convention hall Bangkok.
8 Sep 2017
Falls affecting older people
Falls and consequent injuries are major public health problems which often require medical attention but also may change future living conditions of the patient. Should fall incidents continue at today’s rate with an ageing Australian population it will leave a physical and financial burden on to the medical system.
4 May 2017
Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week 8-14 May 2017 - Speed up the solutions
The UN Road Safety Collaboration is pleased to announce that the Fourth UN Global Road Safety Week will be held from 8-14 May 2017. The Week will focus on speed and what can be done to address this key risk factor for road traffic deaths and injuries. Speed contributes to around one-third of all fatal road traffic crashes in high-income countries, and up to half in low- and middle-income countries.
4 May 2017
Falls Prevention Webinar Recording
Unintentional injury is the biggest issue in community safety and when it comes to unintentional injury the most common injury will result from falling. Falls are the cause of more hospital admissions and injury statistics than any other safety issue. But, falls draw less media attention than most other safety issues. Public awareness about the risk and frequency of falls, and the extent of injury and impairment that can result is alarmingly low.
20 Apr 2017
Australian Crime and Violence Prevention Awards 2017
Nominations are open to projects of all sizes, including smaller initiatives involving local community groups. Anyone can nominate a project for the awards. It may be a project you are involved in, or a project that you believe deserves recognition. The awards are designed to reward benchmark projects, as well as projects which exhibit good practice in the prevention or reduction of violence and other types of crime in Australia.
20 Apr 2017
About Victorian Safe Communities (VSCN)
The Victorian Safe Communities Network was established to make Victoria a safer, more resilient place by providing safety promotion and injury prevention professionals with the tools, resources and support they need to minimise the impact of unintentional injury, crime, violence and emergency situations.