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Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
Road Safety for Children.
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Road Safety for Children.

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You are fast on your way to being an adult …

You are fast on your way to being an adult
You are already using roads independently
You are responsible not only for own life but the lives of others on the road

Why Road Safety?
Road traffic accidents - No 1 cause of death (10-25 years)
Avg 1000 young people die everyday.
For every child killed, 10 are seriously injured.
Children, elderly, pedestrians & cyclists are most vulnerable.

Which makes Road Safety very important and thereby this presentation by Address Health.

Who are AddressHealth?
AddressHealth is attempting to make the primary care continuum possible in pediatrics.

www.addresshealth.com
www.facebook.com/AddressHealth

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  • 1. Road Safety 1— Show this to your children Confidential & Not for Circulation 1
  • 2. Why Road Safety? YOU  are fast on your way to being an adult  are already using roads independently  are responsible not only for own life but the lives of others on the road Confidential & Not for Circulation 2
  • 3. Why Road Safety? Road traffic accidents – No. 1 cause of death (10 to 25 yrs) Avg. 1000 young people die everyday For every child killed, 10 are seriously injured Children, elderly, pedestrians & cyclists are most vulnerable Confidential & Not for Circulation 3
  • 4. Important Road Safety Themes Safety in the school bus Safety in a car Crossing the road Bicycle Safety Our Focus Today Safety Pillion on a two wheeler Confidential & Not for Circulation 4
  • 5. Bicycle Safety Tyres Wheels Lights Do the six point Bicycle safety check every week Brakes Seat and handle bars Fit or size Confidential & Not for Circulation 5
  • 6. Bicycle Safety Learn & Use correct hand signals Give right of way to pedestrians Look & Listen before starting, turning, overtaking, or stopping Obey traffic light signals Hands on the handlebars unless giving a signal or changing gears Never hold another vehicle or cyclist Avoid carrying a passenger on your cycle Confidential & Not for Circulation 6
  • 7. Bicycle Safety Do not use a personal stereo or a mobile phone while cycling. See and be seen Ride one behind the other Be alert to pot holes, gravel, car doors opening, children running across, animals, carts Be visible while riding in the dark—wear a fluoroscent jacket Be predictable on the road Use a cycle helmet Confidential & Not for Circulation 7
  • 8. Happy and Safe Riding !!-- • STOP just before you get to junctions • LOOK all around for traffic • LISTEN for traffic, its as important as looking Confidential & Not for Circulation 8
  • 9. Thank You Confidential & Not for Circulation 9
  • 10. Making the Pediatric Care Continuum Possible…… We are India’s first primary healthcare network for children. AddressHealth was founded in 2010 with the vision to ensure that every child attains a state of positive health. We are addressing the health of over 35,000 children in South Bangalore, through: –coordinated, comprehensive clinic based care (pediatric medical home) –outreach services (@schools, pre-schools, homes, retail health, ICT) 10

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