This interactive webinar outlines easy and practical ways to incorporate Nature Play into your backyard, as well as simple tips to keep your backyard safe for young children.

If you can’t make it on the day, sign up, and we will send through the recording once the webinar has finished!

Time: 10am-11am AWST
Date: 12/06/24
Where: Teams

This webinar is best suited for parents, carers and guardians of young children and Family Day Care educators. 

Keeping Kids Safe: Top 5 Most Common Childhood Injuries

This interactive presentation provides practical steps on how to reduce the risk of injuries such as strangulation, poisoning, falls, burns, child car restraints and driveway safety, also covering relevant basic first aid.

Suitable for expectant parents, parents, guardians, carers and professionals.

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Preventing Childhood Poisonings

Kidsafe WA and the WA Poisons Information Centre discuss common childhood poisonings, steps to take if your child does ingest a poison and ways to prevent and reduce the risk of child injury.

Suitable for expectant parents, parents, guardians, carers and professionals. 

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Product Safety: An Overview for Parents and Carers

The session offers information on five child-related product safety issues, mandatory standards and ways to prevent child injury.

Appropriate for parents and carers.

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Keeping Kids Safe Over the Holidays

This webinar offers information on the common injuries seen throughout the Holiday period and tips on how to prevent them.

Suitable for parents and carers of children aged 0-5.

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Keeping Kids Safe on Our Roads

This webinar provides information on road, pedestrian and passenger-related injuries and tips on preventing them.

Suitable for parents and carers of children aged 0-5.

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Child Car Restraints: Common mistakes and how to fix them

This webinar provides information on the common mistakes Kidsafe WA see in child car restraints and offers helpful tips and tricks on correcting these issues.

Suited for parents, carers and childcare professionals who regularly use a child car restraint.

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Junior Sports Safety Essentials

This webinar offers insight into the leading causes of childhood injuries from sport-related incidents, prevention strategies and crucial first-aid advice.

Suitable for volunteers, parents and carers of children involved with a local community sporting club.

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Playground 101

This webinar offers information on the basics of playground safety and how you can utilise the play safety resources and services at Kidsafe WA

Appropriate for the professional playground industry, schools, and local governments and can also be very helpful for parents.

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Concussion Safety for Your Child

This webinar provides information on concussions in the home setting, how to recognise the signs and symptoms of concussion in a young child and knowing when to attend the emergency department vs your local general practitioner.

Appropriate for parents, carers and workers in the childcare sector.

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Keeping Kids Safe on Farms

This Webinar offers information on farm safety and methods to prevent injuries from occurring in farm environments and provides additional resources.

Appropriate for parents and carers of children that live on or near farms. 

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For more information or to request access to older webinars, contact olivia@kidsafewa.com.au.

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