Learn what to do before, during and after severe weather in winter.
Find useful tips for coping with all sorts of emergencies – from floods to terrorism – as well as other websites that may help you.
If you've broken down, it can be dangerous to stop and it’s always inconvenient. Here are our tips on how to prevent car breakdowns and how to deal with them safely when they happen.
Chemical emergencies are a fact of modern life. Whether from road accidents, in the workplace or from terrorist attack, we all need to know the basics of what to do.
If you have endured a crisis, your experience is likely to have been a very personal one - but we can help you avoid potential pitfalls.
If you live in the UK, you might not think you need to prepare for a drought or water shortage, but a little knowledge can go a long way.
Employers are responsible for the safety of their staff. Learn what to do before, during and after an emergency in a business occurs.
A school emergency is every teacher's and parent's nightmare. But there is a lot you can do to help make sure things run as smoothly as possible.
There are more than 50,000 house fires each year in the UK, causing an average of 350 fatalities and 11,000 injuries – and most of these are preventable.
Almost three million people go to hospital each year in the UK with injuries that could have been helped by first aid.
Many people in the UK live in flood-risk areas. Find out how to prepare for floods - and what to do when flooding strikes.
Advice on what to do if a heatwave strikes, and how you can be prepared for future heatwaves.
Prepare for the unexpected: what to do before, during and after an emergency involving a pet.
Be prepared for swine flu with our helpful information, with details about swine flu symptoms and answers to freqently asked questions about swine flu.
Terrorist attacks happen without warning, but there are ways you can prepare for them. Read our tips to find out more.
Severe storms can be frightening, particularly for elderly people, children and pets. Find out how to stay safe.
British people make more than 66 million trips abroad each year. Make your trip or holiday a safe and healthy one.