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Did you Remove Hazards this campaign?

The Remove Hazards campaign has come to an end after a three-month focus on creating safe environments as well as looking after your eyesight and feet to reduce the risk of falls and promote healthy ageing. While the Remove Hazards campaign saw new COVID-19 restrictions, in the spirit of Remove Hazards, Injury Matters navigated this obstacle in our path to deliver a range of activities for the community and health professionals.

The Remove Hazards campaign included a television and social media mass media campaign across WA, training for health professionals, two successful grants, and community events.

Didn’t get a chance to attend our training for health professionals?

We’ve got you covered with our training recordings! Jump onto the Injury Matters YouTube channel and watch our training on Feet and Falls: Exploring the link between foot health and falls risk and Ready, willing, and able: Motivational interviewing in falls prevention practice. Our falls prevention training isn’t limited to the Stay On Your Feet® campaigns, so always keep an eye out on our events calendar to stay up-to-date with our upcoming training and events.

Don’t worry, you haven’t missed out on our Remove Hazards community events

As Stay On Your Feet® community presentations and events are back up and running, so are our Remove Hazards community events. Join Injury Matters, the Shire of Mundaring, and the City of Kalamunda for the upcoming Remove Hazards Safe-Tea Fair on Tuesday 14 June. This event will see a free morning tea alongside guest presentations from The Perth Podiatrists, Occupational Therapy Services Group, and Optometry WA.

What next?

The next Stay On Your Feet® campaign, Move Your Body, launches on 1 September 2022 and will run until the end of November. Stay tuned for more information and remember to keep an eye on the falls prevention eNews to stay up to date about how to get involved.

Stay On Your Feet® is provided by Injury Matters and funded by the Western Australian Department of Health.

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