New project to prevent accidental poisonings throughout Europe
Comprehensive information and tips on 26 child products which pose injury risks to children.
At EPHA event, opened by Health Commissioner Tonio Borg.
Hitting the roads for the holidays? Evidence suggests that children aged 4 and under are up to five times safer when traveling rearward-facing compared with forward-facing.
Promoting health and equity through the Health in All Policies Approach: Conference Statement now online
The impact of alcohol on injuries and ways to effectively transfer injury prevention strategies over borders were two key areas addressed at an expert workshop held in connection with ECSA's biannual members meeting in Romania.
Rapex Report 2012 reveals these categories dominated the list of dangerous product alerts in the EU.
Can the EU Member States and industry do more to help prevent child poisonings?
15/04/13 - New High Commissioner Report on Rights of the Child Puts Greater Emphasis on Injury Prevention
The report and a related General Comment outline States obligations to child health and emphasise implementation and accountability mechanisms.
Road traffic deaths down by 25% but 92,000 still die each year in the WHO European Region.
A broad coalition of European organisations has come together to call on the European Commission to propose setting up a Pan-European Accident and Injury Data System.
ECSA participating in a UNICEF endeavor to implement child wellbeing home visits throughout the region.
Tackling poor housing is the first step towards reducing health inequalities.
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