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 Child Accident Prevention Jersey, or CAPJ, is a group working very hard in Jersey trying to keep children safe from having a serious unintentional injury. We strongly believe that children should not be wrapped up in cotton wool but need to have fun, explore and learn how to manage their own risk.

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 Look!  Pick up a our plastic business card! With useful phone  numbers on the back, it's free from Family Nursing & Home Care, Trading Standards (Central Market), Pathways or the Emergency Department.  Kindly sponsored by Jersey Electricity.

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Latest News
  • Cleaning products and DIY chemicals can be very dangerous if children drink them. To a toddler even the cleaner left at the side of the toilet can look interesting enough to dri... Read more

  • Young children often accidentally swallow things and most just pass through causing no problems. Difficulties can occur if more than one magnet is swallowed thoug... Read more

  • Carbon monoxide poisoning is a silent killer, you can not see or smell it.   Reading in the news that someone's died in a holiday home or on a campsite from suspe... Read more

  • Concerns have been raised about the increasing number of young children seen in Jersey's Emergency department recently because of burns caused by hair straighteners.  Hair ... Read more

  • If you or someone else in your family smokes or uses a nicotine replacement product, think twice about how they are stored and disposed of, they should be treated like any other... Read more

  •  More accidental injuries are caused through using a baby walker than any other type of baby equipment or furniture.  The average age for injury is just 8.7 months.Read more

  • Jersey's Road Safety Officer has said up to 90% of students he teaches cycle proficiency to have a poorly fitted cycle helmet.  A correctly fitted cycle helmet ta... Read more

  • Are you using a square plug adapter in your home? Did you know, they are strongly not recommended by the States of Jersey Fire & Rescue Service due to the increased risk of ... Read more

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