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The Way Towards Safe Communities Trauma in the UAE, the way forward Plenary Session 3 International Conference on Trauma Management, Critical Care and Prevention Al Ain, United Arab Emirates February 16-19, 2008 Leif Svanström, Chair WHO CC Community Safety Promotion. Safe Communities

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The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

The Way Towards Safe Communities

Trauma in the UAE, the way forward

Plenary Session 3

International Conference on Trauma Management, Critical Care and Prevention

Al Ain, United Arab Emirates

February 16-19, 2008

Leif Svanström,

Chair WHO CC Community Safety Promotion


The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

Safe Communities

A WHO Concept and a worldwide movement

1975- the first ”comprehensive” local community accident prevention program (Falköping in Sweden) starts

1980- The worldwide ”movement” starts slowly

1980’s- WHO developed their Safe Community Concept.

1986- The first joint contacts between WHO and the movement

1989- WHO establishes The Safe Community Program in Stockholm by Deputy Director Abdelmoumene;

the Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion is inaugurated and

the Stockholm Manifesto on Safe Communities adopted.


The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

Chair

Leif Svanström

Co-ordinator

Moa Sundström


The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

Safety Promotion

Sector

Level

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

International

National

Community

Organisation

Group

Individual

Community Safety Promotion

“Safe Community”

Community Safety Promotion


What is a safe community

What is a Safe Community?

A “Safe Community” can be a Municipality, a County, or a City working with safety promotion, injury-, violence-, suicide and natural disaster prevention, covering all age groups, gender and areas and is a part of an international network of accredited programs.

The community makes application to a Certifying Centre and if accepted, an agreement is signed between the WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion and the community.


The role of the who collaborating centre

The Role of the WHO Collaborating Centre

To coordinate world-wide and regional networks of Safe Communities, Affiliate Safe Community Support Centres and Safe Communities’ Certifying Centres.

To develop indicators for Safe Communities and sector-wise Safety Promotion.

To organize training courses, conferences and seminars in Community Safety Promotion.


The safe communities network designated members

The Safe Communities Network Designated Members

NorwayAlvdal

BergenFredrikstadHarstadHøyanger

Klepp

KvamLarvik

Os

Rakkestad

Sogn &FjordaneSkiSpydebergStovner

Trondheim

Vågå

Årdal

South KoreaJeju

Suwon

Songpa

VietnamDa Trach

Dong Tien

Due Chin Lang Co

Loc Sonh

Xuan Dinh

China

Financial Sub-district

Hong'qiao

Huamu

Jianwai

Jing Ge Zhuang

Jing’an

Kangjian

Lu’an

Maizidian

Qianjiaying

Wangjing

Yayuncun

Youth Park

Yuetan

Alishan (Province of Taiwan)

Dungshr (Province of Taiwan)

Fongbin (Province of Taiwan)

Neihu (Province of Taiwan)

Kwai Tsing (Hong Kong)

Sham Shui Po (Hong Kong)

Tuen Mun (Hong Kong)

Tai Po (Hong Kong)

Tung Chung (Hong Kong)

Tsuen Wan (Hong Kong)

DenmarkHorsensFinlandHyvinkää

KouvolaEstoniaRaplaNetherlandsRotterdamAustriaVorarlbergPolandTarnowskie Góry

Serbia

Backi Petrovac

Czech RepublicKromeriz

Bosnia (B&H)Konjic

IranArsenjanBardaskanKashmar

Israel

RaananaSouth Africa

Eldorado Park

Broadlands Park & Nomzamo

CanadaBrampton

Brockville

CalgaryWood Buffalo

Rainy River

Sault Ste. Marie

USAAnchorageDallas

Omaha

Springfield

JapanKameokaAustraliaDenmarkHume CityLatrobeMackay/WhitsundayManlyMelbourneMosman

NoarlungaNorthcott

Palmerston

PittwaterRyde

Townsville

Warringah

New ZealandChristchurch

New Plymouth

North Shore

Porirua

Taurange

WaimakaririWaitakere

Wellington Whangarei

Peru

San Borja

ChilePeñaflor

SwedenArjeplogBoråsFalköpingFalunKatrineholm

KrokomLidköping

LudvikaMariestadMotalaNacka

Skövde

Smedjebacken

StaffanstorpTidaholmTörebodaUddevalla


The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

Countries with designated Safe Communities

China

Hong'qiao

Huamu

Jianwai Community

Jing Ge Zhuang, Kailuan

Jing’an

Kangjian

Lu´an Community

Maizidian

Qianjiaying, Kailuan

Wangjing

Xicheng District, Beijing

Yayuncun

Youth Park Community

Yuetan, Beijing

Sweden

Arjeplog

Borås

Falköping

Falun

Katrineholm

Krokom

Lidköping

Ludvika

Mariestad

Motala

Nacka

Skövde

Smedjebacken

Staffanstorp

Tidaholm

Töreboda

Uddevalla

Canada

Brampton

Brockville

Calgary

Rainy River Valley

Sault Ste. Marie

Wood Buffalo

Norway

Alvdal

Årdal

Bergen

Fredrikstad

Harstad

Høyanger

Klepp 

Kvam

Larvik

Os

Rakkestad

Ski

Sogn and Fjordane

Spydeberg

Stovner

Trondheim

Vågå

Finland

Hyvinkää

Kouvola

Estonia

Rapla

USA

Dallas

Anchorage

Omaha

Springfield

Denmark

Horsens

Korea

Jeju

Songpa

Suwon

Poland

TarnowskieGóry

Iran

Arsanjan

Bardaskan

Kashmar

The Netherlands

Rotterdam

Czech Republic

Kromeriz

Republic of Serbia

BackiPetrovac

Japan

Kameoka

Austria

State of Vorarlberg

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Konjic

Vietnam

DaTrach

Dong Tien

Lang Co

Loc Sonh

XuanDinh

China (Province of Taiwan)

Alishan

Dungshr

Fongbin

Neihu

Israel

Raanana

Hong Kong

Kwai Tsing

Sham Shui Po

Tai Po

Tsuen Wan

Tuen Mun

Tung Chung

Peru

San Borja (Lima) Sp.

Australia

Denmark

Hume City

Latrobe

Mackay/Whitsunday

Melbourne

Noarlunga

Northcott

Palmerston

Ryde

SHOROC

Townsville

New Zealand

Christchurch

New Plymouth

North Shore

Porirua

Tauranga

Waimakariri

Waitakere

Wellington

Whangarei

South Africa

Eldorado Park

Nomzamo–Broadlands Park

1-4

Chile

Peñaflor

5 and more

In total: 119/144 in 26 countries

Updated to 21st Oct 2008


The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

Designated Safe Communities by region

45

10

3

33

2

2

24

Sum 119{144}

Updated to 21st Oct 2008


The affiliate safe community support centres ascsc and the safe community certifying centres sccc

The Affiliate Safe Community Support Centres (ASCSC) and The Safe Community Certifying Centres (SCCC)

  • Sweden

  • Swedish Association for Safe Communities (SCCC)

    • Canada

    • • Safe Communities Canada (ASCSC)

    China, Hong Kong

    • Occupational Safety and Health Council (ASCSC)

    • Czech Rebublic

    • Centre for Injury Prevention (ASCSC)

    South Korea

    • Center for Injury Prevention and Community Safety Promotion (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    • USA

    • • National Safety Council (ASCSC)

    • • Peaceful Resources Center (ASCSC)

    • Injury Prevention Research Center (ASCSC)

    Bangladesh• Centre for Injury Prevention and Research (CIPRB)

    • Colombia

    • • Instituto CISALVA (SCCC)

    • South AfricaCentre for Peace Action (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    • Australia

    • • Royal Children´s Hospital Safety Centre (ASCSC)

    • • Austrailian Safe Communities Foundation (SCCC)

    New Zealand

    • Safe Communities Foundation (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    These Affiliate Centres are supporting the WHO CC in the development of the Safe Communities Program and providing advice and assistance in the field of injury prevention and safety promotion to the communities in their country and internationally.

    The Certifying Centres also take care of the certifying function of the WHO CC.


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Regional Safe Communities’ networks

    European Safe Community Network est. 2009

    Asia Safe Community Network – est. 2007

    TANG Wah Shing, Chair

    Executive Director of Occupational Safety and Health Council, Hong Kong SAR, China

    North America Safe Community Network - ??

    45

    10

    3

    33

    2

    2

    24

    Pacific Safe Community Network - ??

    Updated to 21st Oct 2008


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Indicators for International Safe CommunitiesSafe Communities have:1. An infrastructure based on partnership and collaborations, governed by a cross-sectional group that is responsible for safety promotion in their community;2.Long-term, sustainable programs covering both genders, all ages, environments, and situations;3.Programs that target high-risk groups and environments, and programs that promote safety for vulnerable groups;4.Programs that document the frequency and causes of injuries;5.Evaluation measures to assess their programs, processes and the effects of change;6.Ongoing participation in national and international Safe Communities networks.Stockholm May 2002WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Spreading the Safe Communities concept 1989-2008

    Safe Community concept

    and networks introduced

    on location (countries)

    Countries with designations under preparation 2008-


    Specific indicators for different settings

    Specific Indicators for Different Settings

    There is one set of indicators for Safe Community development but also subsets of indicators.

    These were developed for further development of the Safe Community movement and improving the quality of safety promotion: Safe Traffic; Safe Sports; Safe Homes; Safe Elderly; Safe Work Place; Safe Public Places; Safe Schools; Safe Waters and Safe Children.


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Navajo Nation, USA


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    S

    A

    F

    E

    T

    Y

    Suicide

    Psychological

    harm

    Violence

    Injury or Physical harm

    Accident

    Material

    harm

    Natural Disasters

    War


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Safety Promotion

    Sector

    Level

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

    Regional/

    International

    National

    Community

    Organisation

    Group

    Individual

    “What can we do to support?”

    National organizations or authorities ...

    Community Safety Promotion

    Community Safety Promotion


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Safety Promotion

    Sector

    Level

    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

    Regional/

    International

    National

    Community

    Organisation

    Group

    Individual

    “What can we do to support?”

    Regional Action like “the Asian Network”

    “What can we do to support?”

    National Action for ...

    Community Safety Promotion

    Community Safety Promotion


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Co-ordinator

    Moa Sundström

    Chair

    Leif Svanström

    [email protected]

    [email protected]

    www.phs.ki.se/csp


    What is a safe community1

    What is a Safe Community?

    A “Safe Community” can be a Municipality, a County, or a City working with safety promotion, injury-, violence- and suicide and natural disaster prevention, covering all age groups, gender and areas and is a part of an international network of accredited programmes.

    The community makes application to the Karolinska Institutet or to the Certifying Centres and if accepted, an agreement is signed between the WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion at the K.I. and the community.


    The way towards safe communities trauma in the uae the way forward plenary session 3

    Indicators for International Safe CommunitiesSafe Communities have:1. An infrastructure based on partnership and collaborations, governed by a cross-sectional group that is responsible for safety promotion in their community;2.Long-term, sustainable programs covering both genders, all ages, environments, and situations;3.Programs that target high-risk groups and environments, and programs that promote safety for vulnerable groups;4.Programs that document the frequency and causes of injuries;5.Evaluation measures to assess their programs, processes and the effects of change;6.Ongoing participation in national and international Safe Communities networks.Stockholm May 2002WHO Collaborating Centre on Community Safety Promotion


    The affiliate safe community support centres ascsc and the safe community certifying centres sccc1

    The Affiliate Safe Community Support Centres (ASCSC) and The Safe Community Certifying Centres (SCCC)

    • Sweden

  • Swedish Association for Safe Communities (SCCC)

    • Sweden

  • Swedish Association for Safe Communities (SCCC)

    • Canada

    • • Alberta Centre for Injury Control and Research (ASCSC)

  • • Safe Communities Foundation (ASCSC)

    • Canada

    • • Safe Communities Canada (ASCSC)

    China, Hong Kong

    • Occupational Safety and Health Council (ASCSC)

    • Czech Rebublic

  • Centre for Injury Prevention (ASCSC)

  • China, Hong Kong

    • Occupational Safety and Health Council (ASCSC)

    Korea

    • Center for Injury Prevention and Community Safety Promotion (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    USA

    • Peaceful Resources Center (ASCSC)

    • Czech Rebublic

    • Centre for Injury Prevention (ASCSC)

    South Korea

    • Center for Injury Prevention and Community Safety Promotion (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    • USA

    • • National Safety Council (ASCSC)

    • • Peaceful Resources Center (ASCSC)

    • Injury Prevention Research Center (ASCSC)

    Bangladesh• Institute of Child and Mother Health (ASCSC)

    • Columbia

  • • Instituto CISALVA (SCCC)

  • Bangladesh• Centre for Injury Prevention and Research (CIPRB)

    • South Africa

    • University of South Africa, Institute for Social and Health Sciences (ASCSC)

  • Centre for Peace Action (SCCC)

    • Colombia

    • • Instituto CISALVA (SCCC)

    • South AfricaCentre for Peace Action (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    • Australia

    • • Royal Children´s Hospital Safety Centre (ASCSC)

  • • Austrailian Safe Communities Foundation (SCCC)

    • Australia

    • • Royal Children´s Hospital Safety Centre (ASCSC)

    • • Austrailian Safe Communities Foundation (SCCC)

    New Zealand

    • Safe Communities Foundation (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    New Zealand

    • Safe Communities Foundation (ASCSC) (SCCC)

    These Affiliate Centres are supporting the WHO CC in the development of the Safe Communities Program and providing advice and assistance in the field of injury prevention and safety promotion to the communities in their country and internationally.

    The Certifying Centres also take care of the certifying function of the WHO CC.


    The safe communities network designated members1

    The Safe Communities Network Designated Members

    NorwayAlvdal

    BergenFredrikstadHarstadHøyanger

    Klepp

    KvamLarvik

    Os

    Rakkestad

    Sogn &FjordaneSkiSpydebergStovner

    Trondheim Vågå

    Årdal

    CanadaBrockville

    CalgaryWood Buffalo

    Rainy River

    Sault Ste. Marie

    DenmarkFyn

    Horsens

    NordborgVejleViborg

    South KoreaSuwon

    VietnamLang Co

    Loc Sonh

    Da Trach

    Dong Tien

    Xuan Dinh

    USAAnchorageDallas

    Omaha Springfield

    FinlandHyvinkää

    China

    Youth Park Community

    Alishan (Province of Taiwan)

    Dungshr (Province of Taiwan)

    Fongbin (Province of Taiwan)

    Neihu (Province of Taiwan)

    Kwai Tsing (Hong Kong)

    Tuen Mun (Hong Kong)

    Tai Po (Hong Kong)

    Tung Chung (Hong Kong)

    Sham Shui Po (Hong Kong)

    Tsuen Wan (Hong Kong)

    EstoniaRapla

    NetherlandsRotterdam

    AustriaVorarlberg

    ChilePeñaflor

    SwedenArjeplogBoråsFalköpingFalunKatrineholm

    KrokomLidköping

    LudvikaMariestadMotalaNacka

    Töreboda

    Skövde

    SmedjebackenTidaholmUddevalla

    Czech RepublicKromeriz

    AustraliaDenmarkHume CityLatrobeMackay/WhitsundayManlyMelbourneMosman

    NoarlungaNorthcott

    PittwaterRyde

    Townsville,Thuringowa

    Warringah

    Bosnia (B&H)Konjic

    New ZealandNew Plymouth

    WaimakaririWaitakere

    Wellington Whangarei

    IranKashmar

    Israel

    Raanana

    South AfricaEldorado Park

    Broadlands Park & Nomzamo


    Specific indicators for different settings1

    Specific Indicators for Different Settings

    There is one set of indicators for Safe Community development but also subsets of indicators.

    These were developed for further development of the Safe Community movement and improving the quality of safety promotion: Safe Traffic; Safe Sports; Safe Homes; Safe Elderly; Safe Work Place; Safe Public Places; Safe Schools; Safe Waters and Safe Children.


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