RoSPA Shop is your one-stop safety shop when it comes to workplace, home, road and leisure safety educational and training resources. We offer diverse range of posters, DVDs and publications covering a broad spectrum of industries and topics, as well as partnerships with other leading safety organisations.
More than 13,500 people die as a result of accidents across the UK each year and there are millions of other injuries. Accidents cause loss and suffering to the victims and their loved ones, employers and UK society as a whole.
RoSPA was established over 90 years ago to deal with an ‘alarming increase in traffic accidents’. Although it started with road safety, over the years RoSPA’s sphere of influence has expanded to encompass workplace safety, home safety, water and leisure safety, and safety education.
'Sensible safety' has been RoSPA’s mantra, trying to strike a balance between encouraging people to live their lives to the full, whilst educating the public in mitigating risk and carrying out activities safely. The charity has always advocated that activities inside and outside the workplace should be as safe as necessary, not as safe as possible!
Prevention is better than cure!
In January 2011 dbda became the official partner and distributor of all RoSPA publications and safety products, encompassing workplace, road, home, water and leisure safety education.
This strong synergy and partnership means that RoSPA's safety products and educational resources are now produced, marketed, managed and despatched from dbda, plus all future material collaboratively developed.
dbda are an award winning Corporate Social Responsibility consultancy specialising in CSR, safety and education. dbda are committed to developing successful and sustainable programmes for corporates, charities and government organisations.
By producing and delivering affordable education and training safety resources, RoSPA and dbda aim to ultimately reduce risk and save lives, nationally and internationally, in all disciplines of safety.
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