Cyber safety: The use of the internet in our daily life is increasing. Social media platforms are a huge favourite with children and adults, allowing them to stay in touch with friends over chat, sharing ideas, meet new people with common interest, and share photos and videos. The challenges associated with the use of social media, internet banking, gamming, on line shopping is growing faster in the society. Safety Awareness Glasgow provide training and hub of advice on how to stay safe when using social media, online banking, gamming and the likes and balance the screen time. Our service is designed to curb cyberbullying, depression, inappropriate content, online grooming, online pornography, sexting, radicalisation, fraud, online reputation, self-harm, identity theft and other related issues emaciating from the use internet and social media. Environmental Safety Advocacy: At SAG, we believe a healthy society is a product of safe environment. Therefore, our environment needs to be managed in a safe manner to avoid to accident, natural disaster and outbreak of diseases. We use our environmental safety platform to campaign and educates the inhabitant of Glasgow and its environment on how to avoid environmental menace. We are advocate of 3Rs; Reduce, Reuse and Recycle through training and workshop in relation to climate change and other environmental challenges. Our bike session provide opportunity for people who want to learn how to ride bicycle as a way of reduce carbon footprint, building confidence and reduce level of isolation. Biking is one of the most effective ways to tackle obesity, stress and other health related issues. Encourage Cycling as means of transportation reduces carbon dioxide emissions as biking doesn’t require fossil fuels and minimise the challenges of climate change. General safety: SAG trains and advices individuals, households and organisations about the health and safety to avoid incidents, accident and disaster and making referral to government agencies such as Fire and Rescue Scotland, Police Scotland and NHS as it may require. We visit individuals and organisations to audit their health and safety structure and advise accordingly. Also, SAG provide comprehensive safety advice to individuals or groups on how to stay safe in the community. Oral safety: This is integral part of services provide by SAG to educate and support the young people on how to look after their teeth and mouth to avoid tooth decay. Apart from the pain associate with tooth decay, it also has psychological implication as this affect the confidence and self-esteem among the young people. World Health Organisation (WHO) described Oral health as essential to general health and well-being and greatly influences quality of life. SAG use this platform to enlightens our service users about lifestyle choices, for example diet, alcohol and smoking, carryout’s & how these impact on oral-health. Our preventive oral health workshop is designed to encouraging children, young people and adults to consider quitting or reducing life choices such as fizzy drinks, tobacco, alcohol etc that is harmful to their oral health. We signposting individual to specialist when the need required. SAG educate service users how and when to clean their teeth/mouth and what items required for effective and hygienic cleaning. We recommend regular check up with dentist to everyone that use our service. Health eating: This is eating diet that helps to keep up or make better overall health. SAG use this medium to educate and advise people that use our service to eat a wide range of foods to make sure they're getting a balanced diet and your body is receiving all the nutrients it needs. Our Community Kitchen Project is open to every member of the community to learn how to cook, Improve Cooking Skills, Promote Self Esteem and encourage multicultural awareness. We reach out to the community by organising safety Seminal, Workshop, and Training. Also, SAG provide one on one safety advise and training via dropping session (by visiting our office) and telephone. We provide support to victims and potential victims of safety related issues and make referral to other agencies as required. SAG promote Social Inclusion and integration to encourage minority and newcomer (including Asylum Seekers, Refugees, Student, Visitors) members of the community to experience a sense of belonging, are accepted (for who they are) within their communities, have valued roles in the community, are actively participating in the community, are involved in activities based on their personal preferences, have social relationships with others whom they chose and share common interests, make friends. SAG is reporting centre for Police Scotland where victims and concerned members of the society can report safety related crime and potential crime to the Police. English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)-Safety workshop: is the free workshop that we deliver to individuals whom English is not their first language, attendees like Asylum-seekers, refugees and A8 Nationals. Our ESOL-safety is carefully designed safety workshop for ESOL individuals, we take into consideration these individuals level of English such as basic, inter-mediate and advanced.
Safety awareness coffee sessions: is the free safety workshop that Safety Awareness Glasgow delivers to new overseas/international students in Glasgow and environs to educate them on the basic safety information that will enhance their safety throughout the period of their academic studies.
Community Safety advocacy: Safety Awareness Glasgow engages various gardening such as workshop seminar training community fun-days to promote safety in the community. We strongly believed that prevention and early intervention to improve well-being and life chances. Some of our themed community safety advocate were on safe fireworks during Halloween, Xmas safety from decorations, Proper hand-washing etc. Safety Awareness Glasgow continues to link up with organisations to deliver safety awareness sessions to their audiences. Kids Safety: Safety Awareness Glasgow links up with local schools to take the awareness to school children. We do this in an interesting ways but ensuring that the safety message is passed on to the pupils. A Tye and Dye session has been delivered to almost 400 pupils, during the session a safety talk was delivered on safe handling of dyes.