Committed to road safety and accident prevention
Because we are convinced that the great majority of non-intentional injuries is avoidable, we work to prevent accidents occurring at home and incidents taking place on the road, which are the ones that lead mostly to serious and fatal injuries. To attain this goal, we support research in the field of injury prevention that allows us to design the initiatives and programs most adequate to the challenges we face.
Our main focus of attention is: educating children and youths so that they know how to avoid risk situations such as traffic accidents, fires, incidents at home and drownings. We seek to raise awareness among all members of society in the United States, mainly those responsible for making public policy, professionals and workers in general, so that they understand that when working together, it is possible to achieve thegoal of zero serious and fatal injuries.
By remembering we can ensure that there are no more victims
On the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims we share real stories, to prevent them from happening again.
Future plans and dreams that will never come true, loved ones that we will never see again. The consequences of not being responsible, recklessness or speeding are irreparable. On the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims we remember the victims, with names and surnames, to prevent repeating so much pain.
LOOK BOTH WAYS
On September 20 the city of Boston in parnership with Fundación MAPFRE became a large loop where residents can learn about the importance of avoiding distractions while using public roads, thereby avoiding unintended injuries.
Injury Prevention Program Boston Children’s Hospital
This joint program with Boston Children’s Hospital, a reference institution in the treatment and cure of injuries suffered by minors in accidents at home and on the road, trains families of Massachusetts, particularly underprivileged families, so that they can take preventive measures.
Child Injury in The United States
Research carried out with the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy offers a complete vision of the risks that children ranging from ages 0 to 14 face in the United States.
Safety in Seconds™ (SIS)
Undoubtedly, we all would like to know if we are taking the most adequate measures to keep our children safe. Now having this information available is easy and quick. The Safety in Seconds app is your biggest ally to help prevent injuries. Download the app.