Do you want to help this MK charity promote safety awareness? Read on for this guest blog from The Safety Centre:
We are the Safety Centre. We teach people how to stay safe in everyday life and in emergencies. We share tools to help children and young people make safe choices. Encouraging a lifetime of safe habits and behaviours. We educate in primary and secondary schools taking safety education to children, teachers and parents. We have an interactive education centre, where visitors practice what to do in emergency situations.
We know that practice makes perfect. So we practice escaping a fire. We practice calling 999 in an emergency. We practice the recovery position. We practice crossing the road and getting home safely. We practice what to do if someone’s drowning.
We talk about knife crime. We talk about drugs and alcohol. We talk about violence against women and girls. We talk about online safety. We talk about water safety. We talk about gas safety. We talk about the emergency services.
We give young people the tools to stay safe, for life. We teach adults how to deliver emergency first aid in the community and at work.
Our volunteers are at the heart of our work at Hazard Alley- our interactive safety education centre. Volunteers share safety information that can save lives. They help prepare young people for real life emergencies. Giving them the tools to make safe choices in difficult and dangerous situations.
The Volunteer Roles
Hazard Alley Day and Night Guides
Social Media Volunteer
Contact the Volunteer Coordinator Tracy to find out more about these opportunities at
firstname.lastname@example.org 01908 714351