This resource is part of the Scottish Fire and Rescue Service's education programme and supports our commitment to providing fire safety education to all children and young people across Scotland. To support and reinforce learning you can request a visit from local Scottish Fire and Rescue Service staff. The following link will enable you to search for, and contact, your local Community Fire Station Our aspiration is that by "Working together for a safer Scotland" we can help reduce the incidence and effects of fire on our communities."

Scottish Water has an ongoing commitment to education and already runs an extensive education programme.
We wanted to be involved in Go Safe Scotland to further our commitment to health and safety, and to educate young people and the wider community about water safety, construction site safety, fire hydrant vandalism and how to protect against bogus callers.
Go Safe Scotland is a great opportunity for us to work with other partners to promote health and safety messages and work towards a shared goal: to help keep Scotland's young people safe.

ScotRail is delighted to work in collaboration with key partners in the development of a resource which provides young people with a comprehensive understanding into how to stay safe. The "Go-Safe" pack provides detailed information on a number of scenarios designed to provide important messages in a fun, easy to learn format whilst also reaching a large target audience in the process.
Safety and risk education is key to enabling children and young people to interact with their environment, to develop the vital skills they need and understand their growing responsibility they share with adults for keeping themselves (and others) safe. RoSPA Scotland supports the Go Safe Scotland principles to share key messages on a variety of environments delivered through the school setting in a manner that does not restrict children in enjoying a range of everyday activities.
Fearless is a site where young people can get non-judgemental advice and information about crime as well as the chance to give information anonymously if they don't want to or can't go to the police. Fearless is part of the UK charity, Crimestoppers.
Scotland Gas Networks is delighted to have joined the partnership of organisations working in collaboration to develop the 'Go Safe Scotland' education programme.
While collaboration has mainly been to ensure the delivery of this excellent educational resource to Scotland's young people, it has also offered participant organisations the opportunity to learn from the experience of the other organisations and groups involved. We have benefitted from being involved and made excellent contacts now and for the future.
Police Scotland aims to keep people safe and, moving forward, we believe this excellent resource can play a key role in educating Scotland's children about a number of important issues. The interactive focus of each topic ensures that children across the country will learn how to behave in different environments and circumstances, while at the same time having lots of fun with their classmates and teacher - the perfect mix. A fantastic resource.
Fife Community Safety Partnership aims to work in partnership to ensure that people in Fife can live in confidence and without fear for their own or other people's safety. FCSP are delighted that they can work in partnership across Scotland and participate in producing a resource which can be used in education to encourage our young people to look after their own safety and that of others.
NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde's purpose is to deliver effective and high quality health services, to act to improve the health of our population and to do everything we can to address the wider social determinants of health which cause health inequalities. We are therefore pleased to support the aims of the Go Safe Scotland online resource for safety education in schools.

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