Safe-a-Rooni.org is a fun-filled Web site that helps kids learn about staying safe from injuries. It combines education and play to raise awareness of unintentional ("accidental") injury risks and reinforce safer choices. The Safe-a-Rooni™ site also contains information that can help adults protect children from injury. Unintentional injuries are the leading cause of death among children age one and older.
Play and learn with the friendly animals who live in the Safe-a-Rooni jungle.
- Safety scavenger hunt
- Coloring sheets
- Postcards and much more!
Development of safety content for the site was coordinated by the Minnesota Safety Council, Safe Kids Minnesota, the St.
Paul-Ramsey County Department of Public Health, and the St. Paul Department of Fire and Safety Services.
Creation of the Safe-a-Rooni Web site has been funded by contributions from the Margaret Rivers Foundation, the
Laura Musser Fund, The Foundation HealthSystem Minnesota, the American Public Health Association (in partnership
with the American Medical Association and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration), HealthPartners,
Operation Lifesaver, Inc., the Minneapolis Rotary Club, the Minnesota Safety Council Board of Directors, and
the Bayport Foundation.