Safety Scene Journey

The Safety Scene Journey is for use by promoters when discussing the way around the Safety Scene Set with their staff and the agencies.

It is a basic but useful view of one complete Safety Scene Journey from start to finish. In practice each group would start and finish at different points.

It is very simple to use there are two buttons pause & start.

The view the Safety Scene Journey there are a number of formats:

Online
PC download
Mac download

If you select a download option for PC users press on Esc when you have finished viewing.

Please feel free to comment on any areas that you wish to see included, changed, etc.

All downloads have been virus checked prior to uploading.

Safety Scene Journey Mac Download

Safety Scene Journey Mac Download for promoters.

To download with your mouse over the link below select the Save As option and download the file to your Mac.

Safety Scene Journey Mac Download

Safety Scene Journey PC Download

Safety Scene Journey PC Download for promoters.

To download with your mouse over the link below select the Save As option and download the file to your PC.

Safety Scene Journey PC Download

Safety Scene Journey – Online Version

Print pages option is now available

If you wish to print a page without wasting resources. Select the page you wish to print out and at the top left of the screen you will see a printer icon. Click on the icon and it will take you to a page with just the information that you wish to print.

The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust

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The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust aimed at increasing the awareness of using Bicycle Helmet when riding.

They say…

The Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust was set up in 1998 with the aim of reducing the number of children who are killed and injured every year in the UK as a result of head injuries sustained in cycling accidents.

Government figures show that child cyclists are more than three times more likely to die on Britain’s roads than adult cyclists.

According to Transport Research Laboratory data, child cyclists make up 6.6 per cent of road cyclists, yet they account for a disproportionate number of accident deaths.

Research has demonstrated that helmets can reduce the severity of head injuries by up to 85 per cent.

There are a series of interactive games and a cycling related wordsearch @ http://www.bhit.org/kidszone.html.

A teachers pack & leaflets and posters are also available, including:

  • Teacher’s notes
  • Objectives and preparation
  • Role play suggestions
  • The five Ss
  • Five facts you may not know
  • Sample letter to parents
  • Quiz
  • Main structures and functions of the brain
  • Fact sheets