Browse useful links to other organisations to help you in your child accident prevention work.
The Pre‑school Learning Alliance is a leading early years membership organisation and one of the largest providers of quality childcare in England.
The Chief Fire Officers Association is the main membership body for the Fire and Rescure service.
Government sites and non-departmental public bodies
- Communities of Practice
- DirectGov list of councils
- Local Government Improvement and Development
- National Library for Public Health via NHS Evidence
- NHS Choices list of ambulance trusts
- NHS Direct for Commissioners
- NHS Networks Commissioning Zone
- Ofsted's section on children and families services
Learning for Public Health West Midlands is a network of public health professionals including directors of public health, directors of children's services, local authorities, the West Midlands Council and the voluntary sector.
NICE is an independent organisation responsible for providing national guidance on promoting good health and preventing and treating ill health.
Professional and membership bodies
- Chartered Institute of Environmental Health
- Community Practitioners' and Health Visitors' Association
- NHS Confederation
- National Childminding Association
- Nursing and Midwifery Council
- Public Health Commissioning Network
- The Trading Standards Institute
Public Health Observatories
There are nine public health observatories in England and they are responsible for collecting, analysing and disseminating health data throughout a particular region. They are an invaluable resource for health information as they provide easy access to tools and statistics to help you identify the injury prevention priorities in your area.
- East of England
- East Midlands
- North East
- North West
- South East
- South West
- West Midlands
- Yorkshire and the Humber
which includes ChiMat
- Royal College of General Practitioners
- Royal College of Midwives
- Royal College of Nursing
- Royal College of Paediatrics and Health
Safeguarding children boards
The function of local safeguarding children boards (LSCBs) is improve the overall wellbeing of children in the local area. The boards are made up of representatives from around the area who have a role to play in child welfare.
Find out more in the partnerships section.
Find a list of all local safeguarding children boards on the NSPCC site:
- 4 Children
- Action for Children
- Children England
- Children's Workforce Development Council
- Daycare Trust
- Family and Parenting Institute
- Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths
- Foundation Years: Professional Hub
- National Association for Voluntary and Community Action
- National Day Nurseries Association
- Safe Network