Think Before You Speak Positive Poster
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This campaign mark the one year anniversary of the penalty increase by highlighting to drivers that using your phone while driving has risk to life and risk to your licence. To reduce the number of road casualties during these unprecedented times, Road Safety GB is reminding all road users to do everything they can to avoid collisions and casualties, including: Maintaining the correct oil level is essential as the oil lubricates, cleans, cools and protects the moving parts of your engine, preventing your engine from seizing up and breaking down.
Containing the 'think' acronym, this poster would make the perfect addition to a classroom quiet area or just on the wall as a helpful reminder of classroom rules. Supporting the Government’s Safer Transport Campaign , the activity reinforces key road safety messages on speeding, drink, and mobiles, prioritising those at highest risk on the road. Young m ales aged 17-24 are four times more likely to be killed or seriously injured compared to car drivers aged 25 and over. Think Kidneys National AKI Programme – Review and Evaluation Report – our end of project report describes the work we did and what we have achieved. The maximum penalty for causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs is 14 years in prison, with a minimum driving ban of two years.Set out your expectations on behaviour and the treatment of others early on, then model that behaviour yourself and reward pupils who follow your example. Guidance for clinicians managing children at risk of, or with, acute kidney injury– This guidance is intended for doctors, nurses and allied healthcare professionals looking after children. It is therefore written in a manner to be accessible to all groups. It is intended to improve the care of children at risk of, or with, Acute Kidney Injury (AKI). Careless, and inconsiderate, cycling: Demonstrated by cycling on a road without due care and attention, or without reasonable consideration for other persons using the road. You could also use it as a fantastic printed reminder when classroom discussions are taking place by asking children to hold the poster when they speak. Where can I find more resources like this?
Dangerous driving: “Dangerous” refers to danger either of injury to any person or of serious damage to property on a road or other public place.It is an offence if the driving style is dangerous, or where danger arises from the state of the vehicle.
Engage children with digital learning
This colourful poster is great for encouraging and reminding your children to think before they speak and be kind to others. Remember, a square or portrait orientation looks best for mobile viewing. People are used to scrolling up and down on mobile, rather than side to side. Responding to AKI Warning Stage Test Results in Primary Care– Highlighting key factors to consider when responding to results for adults in primary care, covering for example the stages of AKI, history of acute illness, co-morbidities and risk factors.