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 Published: 28/11/2011


Child Injury Prevention
Julie Chambers


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Outline

Child Injury Prevention
Julie Chambers
Safekids Policy Analyst
Safekids

 Aim to prevent unintentional injuries to children (under 15 years of age)
 Service of Starship Children’s Health
 Local and National Programmes
 Responsible for organising annual Safekids Campaign – with Coalitions

NZ Child Mortality 1-14 (2002-3)

Injury Hospitalisations of NZ Children aged 0 to 14 (1997 -2001)

Injury Prevention Frameworks
• Education
• Engineering
• Enforcement

The Haddon Phase Factor Matrix

Drowning Prevention
• The annual average drowning toll has decreased significantly
– 1980's = 182 per annum average
– 1990's = 143 per annum average
– 2000-2004 (5 years) = 126 per annum average

Starship Child Car Occupancy Injury Admissions (0-14)

Dishwashing Powder Injuries to NZ Children
2001 - 2005

Issues
• Packaging
• Labeling
• Education
• Caustic Substance

Safekids Submission
• Remove highly caustic product from the New Zealand market as soon as possible
• Refer to the New Zealand CRC Standard NZS 5825:1991 for closures
• Ensure labeling clearly differentiates products and identifies dangers for New Zealand families

Results
• Dishwasher formula change to protect children Saturday July 1, 2006
NZ Herald
• By Errol Kiong


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