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Central Hawke's Bay, New Zealand Pacific Safe Community #15

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Safe Communities Central Hawke's Bay Internet Summary Safe Communities Central Hawke's Bay Internet Summary
(Safe Community Programme Outline Central Hawke's Bay.pdf - 760.11 Kb)
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Central Hawkes Bay Report Central Hawkes Bay Report
(Central Hawkes Bay Pacific Application Report May 2012.pdf - 103.18 Kb)
CHB Senior Constable Graham Howse and the senior class of Omakee School where he held his final days
CHB Senior Constable Graham Howse and the senior class of Omakee School where he held his final days
 

Central Hawke's Bay New Zealand First Pacific Safe Community. Community Programme Outline. Site Visit and Designation Ceremony took place on 6th June.

Country: New Zealand
Number of inhabitants: 13, 250 (June 2007)

It covers area from Pukehou in the north to Takapau in the south, and from the western Ruahine ranges to the eastern coast.


Programme started year: 2011
Information address on www for the programe:www.safecommunities.org.nz/sc/CHB
 

For further information contact:
Name: Dennise Elers, Community Development Coordinator
Institution: Central Hawke's Bay District Council
Address: PO Box 127
City: Waipawa 4240
Country: New Zealand
Phone +64 6 857 8060 Fax: +64 6 857 7179
E-mail: dennise.elers@chbdc.govt.nz

Info address on www for the community as a whole: www.chbdc.govt.nz

 The programme covers the following safety activities:

For the age group

Children 0-14 years:

  • Road Safety
    • Child restraints
    • School crossing patrols
    • Safety around school buses
    • Cycle Safe

  • Safer Relationships
    • Safe Mates programme held at CHB College for Year 10 students
    • Cool kids programmes at Pleroma Social Services

  • Fire Safety
    • FAIP - Fire Awareness Intervention programme for children with negative fire lighting behaviours
    • Get Out Stay Out
    • Get Firewise
    • Kura Kaupapa Maui tinei ahi

  • Water Safety
    • Swim for Life
    • Beach safety
    • River safety
    • Kids Move 2 Improve
    • Tots Move 2 Improve

  • Health
    • B4 school check
    • Home Safety checklist
    • Immunisation programmes
    • Safe Sleep
    • Before & after school programmes

  • Youth Development
    • Project K

    Youth 15-24 years:

  • Road Safety
    • Alcohol 15-19 year olds
    • Promotion of PRACTICE
    • HB Youth Alcohol expo
    • SADD

  • Fire Safety
    • FAIP - Fire Awareness Intervention programme for children with negative fire lighting behaviours
    • Party at our place

  • Water Safety
    • Swim for Life
    • Schools Move to Improve programme

  • Health
    • Safe Sex
    • Smoke Free programme
    • Immunisation programmes
    • Suicide programmes
    • Family Violence
    • Addiction service
    • Counselling service

  • Injury Prevention
    • Blue Light
    • Rock Solid Programme

  • Youth Development
    • Project K
    • Safe Mates programme

    Adults 25-64 years:

  • Road Safety
    • Alcohol

  • Fire Safety
    • TK programme
    • Home Fire safety checks
    • Fire investigation
    • Fire Safety Education to community groups

  • Water Safety
    • Move to Imrove
    • Cardiac & Pulmonary rehab

  • Health
    • Smoke Free programmes
    • Immunisation programmes
    • Suicide programmes
    • Family Violence
    • Addiction services
    • Counselling services
    • Healthy Eating Healthy toolkit
    • Up right and Active
    • Active Seniors
    • Green Prescription
    • Panda Bus

  • Injury Prevention
    • Home Safety checklist
    • We're OK in the Bay regional stopping violence campaign
    • Community Patrols, Waipawa, Waipukurau
    • Work Place safety

    Older Adults 65+ years:

  • Fire Safety
    • Home fire safety checks
    • Fire Safety Education to older adult community groups
    • Fire investigation

  • Health
    • Active Seniors
    • Healthy Lifestyle groups
    • Grief Counselling
    • Green prescription

  • Injury Prevention
    • Home Safety checklist
    • Falls prevention/Tai Chi
    • Community Patrols
    • Elderly Abuse

    In the following Environments:

    Home:

    • Home safety checks
    • Smoke Alarm and Evacuation plans
    • Family Violence Intervention
    • Neighbourhood and Rural Support Groups

    Traffic:

    • Child Restraint checking clinics, special focus on booster seats
    • Fatigue stops
    • Alcohol check points
    • School Crossing Patrols
    • School Bus Awareness

    Occupational:

    • Work Place safety
    • DIY safety
    • Road safety at construction sites
    • Workfit

    School:

    • School Patrols
    • Walking School buses
    • Safe Kids programme
    • Police Education Officers
    • Cycle Safety
    • Fire safety

    Sports:

    • Sports Smart 10 point Injury Prevention Plan

    Leisure: 

    • Water Safety
    • Active Smart-on-line Exercise & Nutrition Programme

    Other:

    • Fire Service – Marae fire safety visits

    Violence prevention

    • Community Patrols
    • Liquor Ban
    • Family violence Intervention Network
    • LIVE HB; We're OK in the Bay Campaign

    Suicide prevention:

    • Police
    • Hawke's Bay District Health Board
    • Social Service Agencies

    Programmes aimed at "High risk-groups"

    • Child restraint programmes for 0-8 years with a particular focus on booster seats
    • Fire programmes targeting areas of high risk groups
    • A number of programmes and social services are available to the Older Person
      • Tai chi
      • Green Prescription

    Surveillance of injuries:

    There are a number of sources for injury statistics. These sources include but are not limited to; ACC, Ministry of Health, HBDHB, NZTA, Police Intel, NZ Fire and various non-government organisations.

    Central Hawke's Bay statisitcs

    • Motor vehicle crashes
      • In the 2006 – 2010 period in Central Hawke’s Bay District there were 96 injury crashes on local roads resulting in 5 deaths and 44 serious injuries.
      • In the 2006 – 2010 period in Central Hawke’s Bay District there were 90 injury crashes on state highways resulting in 4 deaths and 43 serious injuries.

     

    • Injury Data
      • In CHB during the period 2009-2010 falls were the leading cause of injury with 114 recorded hospitalisations followed by other land transport and motor vehicle traffic.
      • CHB in comparison to Hawke’ Bay had a higher rate in machinery related injuries at a rate of 1.4 per 1000 compared to 0.6 in Hawke’s Bay, this could be due to the fact the CHB is a rural community and would have more people in contact with farm machinery.
      • Homes is the highest common scene of injury with 100 hospitalisations followed by street and highway related injuries with 42 hospitalisations and a further 42 hospitalisations in unspecified places.
      • Notably CHB had a higher rate of injuries on farms compared to Hawke’s Bay with a rate of 2.4 (this is due to the fact CHB is a more rural community).
      • CHB had a higher rate of injury caused by natural or environmental factors compared to Hawke’s Bay.
      • CHB also had the lowest rate of injuries in trade and service areas.

     

    • Summary of Fire statistics for Central Hawke’s Bay 2006 – 2011(Detailed statistics/graphs accompany the CHB application document)
      • Between 2006 and 2010 there was 1 fatality and 6 injury related incidents in Central Hawke’s Bay.
      • Moderate injuries resulted from fires in the following age groups – 30-39 year olds & 60-69 year olds.
      • Most fire incidents occurred in the months of June & July and occurred more frequently on a Thursday, Friday or Saturday.
      • The majority of the fire incidents occurred between 1600 and 2000 hours.
      • The most prevalent cause of the fires was jointly- an unclean fire, and unlawful fires.
      • Fires occurred predominantly in single homes and mostly in the kitchen area.

     

    Safe Communities Staff

    Staff: Dennise Elers

    Number:  1

    Organisation:  Central Hawke's Bay District Council

    Specific intersectoral leadership group: CHB Safe Community Partnership.
    List stakeholders in here: ACC, CHB Support & Counselling Services, Central Health, Community Night Patrol Waipawa & Waipukurau, DOVE Hawkes Bay, Epic Ministries, NZ Fire Service, Rural Fire, Foundation for Youth Development, Housing NZ, NZ Police, Pleroma Social Services, RoadSafe HB, SADD, Sport HB, Waiapu Anglican Care, Waipukurau Pools, Work & Income NZ, Age Concern, Enliven, Grey Power, Te Taiwhenua O Tamatea, Parents Centre, PORSE, Problem Gambling


    General public health/health promotion group:
    Hawke’s Bay District Health Board, Population Health, Health Hawke’s Bay

    White Ribbon Ride 2011, spreading the word of opposing family violence, stops at Waipawa, CHB
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