• 4-008: The Child Injury Prevention Programming and Action Guide provides information about the importance of injury prevention, why children are more at risk of injury, and how to develop and implement an injury prevention strategy. This resource was developed for community-based programs to use in their work with families to prevent child injury, but it will be of interest to anyone who works with caregivers and children. Adapted with permission from Parachute Canada’s Introduction to Child Injury Prevention (ICIP) online resource.

    Child Injury Prevention Programming and Action Guide

    Guide and Manual, 2017


    The Child Injury Prevention Programming and Action Guide provides information about the importance of injury prevention, why children are more at risk of injury, and how to develop and implement an injury prevention strategy. This resource was developed for community-based programs to use in their work with families to prevent child injury, but it will be of interest to anyone who works with caregivers and children. Adapted with permission from Parachute Canada’s Introduction to Child Injury Prevention (ICIP) online resource.

    Guide and Manual, 2017


    The Child Injury Prevention Programming and Action Guide provides information about the importance of injury prevention, why children are more at risk of injury, and how to develop and implement an injury prevention strategy. This resource was developed for community-based programs to use in their work with families to prevent child injury, but it will be of interest to anyone who works with caregivers and children. Adapted with permission from Parachute Canada’s Introduction to Child Injury Prevention (ICIP) online resource.



    SKU: 4-008
  • Municipal Bicycle Bylaw Development

    Municipal Bicycle Bylaw Development

    Guide and Manual, 2002


    Provides background information on why legislation is a successful strategy in reducing bicycle-related injury and presents a framework for communities to develop and implement comprehensive bicycle bylaws in their municipalities.

    Guide and Manual, 2002


    Provides background information on why legislation is a successful strategy in reducing bicycle-related injury and presents a framework for communities to develop and implement comprehensive bicycle bylaws in their municipalities.



    SKU: 4-205
  • Walking School Bus: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

    Walking School Bus: A Guide for Parents and Teachers

    Guide and Manual, 2010


    A Walking School Bus (WSB) is a group of children (passengers) and adults (drivers and conductors) who walk to and from school along a designated, safe route. The “bus” picks up students and drops them off in the reverse order in the afternoon. This guide identifies the benefits, such as safety, environmental, and health of a WSB. It also goes through the process needed to set up a Walking School Bus.

    Guide and Manual, 2010


    A Walking School Bus (WSB) is a group of children (passengers) and adults (drivers and conductors) who walk to and from school along a designated, safe route. The “bus” picks up students and drops them off in the reverse order in the afternoon. This guide identifies the benefits, such as safety, environmental, and health of a WSB. It also goes through the process needed to set up a Walking School Bus.



    SKU: 4-305
  • 4-217: Your Activity Guide for Teaching Bike Safety Skills

    Your Activity Guide for Teaching Bike Safety Skills

    Guide, Revised 2020


    This booklet is for any individual to use in educating children and youth about bicycle safety. These nine activities are designed for teaching bike safety skills for children ages 5 – 12. Included are speaking notes, notes to the educator, items required for the activities, and tools to support the activity (e.g., diagrams and photos). This booklet will help individuals focus on the importance of safe cycling through education.

    Guide, Revised 2020


    This booklet is for any individual to use in educating children and youth about bicycle safety. These nine activities are designed for teaching bike safety skills for children ages 5 – 12. Included are speaking notes, notes to the educator, items required for the activities, and tools to support the activity (e.g., diagrams and photos). This booklet will help individuals focus on the importance of safe cycling through education.



    SKU: 4-217