Welcome to Safer Kidz
Everything You Need For Keeping Your Children Safe
At Safer Kidz we have an extensive resource base that has been set up with the ultimate goal of making our children safer. We have included information for parents on how to protect their children from bullies and how to encourage children to talk about the challenges that they face.
Keeping your child safe is the number one priority for most parents. In South Africa particularly this is an important issue. With that in mind, we have collated the following resources dedicated to keeping your children safe in all areas of life.
Swimming lessons – many parents have Virgin Gym memberships in South Africa. All Virigin’s with swimming pools have qualified instructors who are able to offer swimming lessons for children.
Childcare – this requires extensive research and often works well if you have recommendations or referrals from friends. We would also suggest that specialised Nanny agencies are also a good way to find reliable childcare.
Road Safety – much has been written on the issue of child safety on the roads. Having a car seat and making sure that your children are strapped in is only the first step. We work closely with agencies that promote safe driving and offer help for people wanting to pass their k53 learners test and get their driving licence. We also suggest that you take the time to read through the Arrive Alive website for more safety tips.
- The death toll on the roads in SA is unacceptable. We aim to educate parents and children about how to stay safe on the roads.
- 26th World Road Congress
- PIARC international conference on road tunnel operations and safety
- The 15th Romanian National Congress of roads and bridges
- International Transport Forum 2018
- 18th RS5C Conference
- SURF 2018 - 8th Symposium on road surface characteristics
- Intertraffic Amsterdam 2018
- ICTTP 2017 : 19th International Conference on Traffic and Transportation Psychology
- International Seminar "Current Policies to Enhance Traffic Safety and Future Directions"
- New issue of PIARC's Routes/Roads magazine, all about Innovative techniques