September is 30days30daysUK month with daily preparedness and protection tips – so track our social media channels for wide range of messages

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September is approaching fast – and that means so is our 30days30waysUK personal protection and preparedness campaign.

Running throughout September, #30days30waysUK is all about inspiring and empowering people from all walks of life to build and strengthen their personal, household and community preparedness and resilience in a whole variety of ways.

In a world increasingly impacted by climate change and ever-growing challenges, the aim is to harness the whole month towards helping all of us, whatever our lifestyles, to protect ourselves, our families and our communities from the myriad risks that might come our way.

Every day through September, we’ll be showcasing on our social media channels a wide variety of risk-prevention, protection and preparedness messages, advice and guidance across a huge range of topics, some of which may never have occurred to us but all aimed at making us, our homes and our lifestyles safer and more resilient.

The diverse topics range from our physical, mental and emotional health and welfare, and ‘how protected from fire and other risks are our homes and property?’ themes, to more external influences such as weather and climate risks.

Other messages include cyber-attacks, power cuts, motoring and traffic and how to stay safe abroad.

More attention-grabbing themes woven into our daily Top Tips include giving blood, healthy eating and cooking, community volunteering, World Peace Day, caring for our pets, and even space risks, with an update on NASA’s latest space-impact research.

A huge range of central and local government, council, charity and ‘blue light’ initiatives, suggestions and guidance are also flagged up, with weblinks to find out more and navigate to further help and advice – so each ‘top tip’ is a ‘launchpad’ to more guidance.

We’re starting our campaign from the beginning of this week with some introductory messages to set the scene and then Friday 1 September sees the start of our day-by-day steers. 

You can find out more about how to join in with the campaign at