Last Updated: 2nd December 2015
BBA National Burn Awareness Day - 21 October 2015
Mr Ken Dunn, the BBA Prevention Sub-Committee Chair is delighted to report the success of the Burn Awareness Day.
Hospitals, schools and play groups participated in the day and activities included surveys, cake sales, and park to park “hopping”. There was good coverage by social media and radio and TV played a prominent role with the burn services. A National Burn Awareness Card was released which highlighted the “Three C’s” Burn First Aid Message.
The Fire & Rescue Service supported the burn services and offered advice on fancy dress costumes, firework safety and house safety checks. Charities displayed information links on their websites and used social media to raise awareness.
The Prevention Sub-Committee would like to applaud the efforts of all those involved in making the 2015 Burn Awareness Day a huge success.
A full report on the activities held on the day is available here: Prevention Report: Burn Awareness Day 2015.pdf
Please click below for a letter from the BBA Prevention Sub-Committee Chair, Mr Ken Dunn with details on the Burn Awareness Day 2015:
Documents and information for use on the Burn Awareness Day are available below. These should be used in conjunction with the information in Mr Ken Dunn’s letter above:
2015 Burns scalds parents leaflet FINAL JW DK.pdf
2015 Burns and scalds professionals info sheet FINAL JW and DK.pdf
151021 BBA Prevention Day - poster.pdf
151021 BBA Prevention Day - screensaver.pptx
BBA First Aid Position Statement final 25.8.15.pdf
iBID Prevention Charity Report (P) Adult.pdf
iBID Prevention Charity Report (P) Child.pdf
iBID Prevention Charity Report (P) Elderly.pdf