Dongguan

Dongguan Sub-district ISC Web Information

                    

 

Community Name: Dongguan Sub-district, Kuiwen District, Weifang City

Country: China

Number of Residents in Community: 80,700

Safe Community Programme started year: 2010

International Safe Communities Network Membership:

Designation year: 2015

Name of International Safe Community Certification Center: China Occupational Safety and Health Association (COSHA)

 

Info address on www for the Programme: No:

 

For further information contact:

Name: Song Ruihong

Unit: Dongguan Sub-district Office of the People’s Government of Kuiwen District, Guangzhou City

Address: 737 Weizhou Road, Kuiwen District, Weifang City

Postcode: 261061

City/Province: Weifang City/Shandong Province

Country: China

Tel. (incl. National Code): +86-536-8267184

Fax: +86-536-8267184

E-mail: dgjbajs@163.com

Community Website: http://www.wfdgjd.gov.cn/

 

The programme covers the following safety promotion activities:

For the age group

Children 0-14 years:

Safe home promotion programs: Program for safe use of medicines on children, in which program measures are provided for counseling and protecting use of medicines on children in the kindergartens in the community; and, program for the safety of newborn baby in hospital, in which program such measures as notification of hospitalization, attendant certificate, mother-baby identification belt and special chop by designated personnel before discharging from hospital are provided for preventing theft, infection, mistaking and exchanging newborn babies in the traditional Chinese medicine hospital.

              

Safe traffic promotion program: “Little Safety Guard” program, in which program the focus is put on safe traffic education on children aged 0 to 7 and safe traffic publicity campaign is implemented in the campus in the forms of simulated traffic police’s traffic guidance, performance of sketches on traffic safety and analysis on traffic accidents.

Safe school promotion programs: Program for providing a medical kit to each kindergarten.

    

Program for safe food and drink in “3 meals and 2 snacks” for children, which program ensures safe meals for kids in the kindergartens and eliminates unsafe food in the kindergarten; and, program for protecting kid’s safety by renovating the environment and facilities in the kindergarten and perfecting the safety facilities in the kids’ activity spaces.

  

Safe sports promotion program: Program for kids to recognize “4 types of floors”, in which program the kindergarten builds 4 types of different floors for the kids aged from 3 to 7 to be able to identify and protect themselves in both safe and risky environments.

  

                                  

For children and teenagers aged 7-24:

Safe home promotion programs: “4:30pm school” program for children aged from 7 to 14, in which program the community, parents and schools work together to ensure the children’s safety after 4:30pm when they leave from school; and, students’ safety education program, in which program the publicity and education campaigns on safe food, fire prevention, safe traffic and safe home are launched in schools.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safe traffic promotion program: Program for peak hour traffic control in front of school, where traffic police, community workers and volunteers work together to ensure the safety of the children to and from school.

Safe school promotion programs: Program for analysis, testing, evaluation and improvement of students’ physical constitution; and, program for fostering safe behaviors and safe habits among primary school students.

 

 

 

 

 

Program for ensuring a safe environment in the campus, in which program the school buildings are reinforced, safety slogans are set up and hardware facilities are perfected, to ensure the safety of students in the campus activities; program for safety training in the schools and popularizing safety knowledge among more students; and, program for mental health education on students with a view to avoid injuries caused due to mental health problems.                  

For middle-aged people aged 25-60:

Safe home promotion program: gas safety promotion program

    

Program for undertaking “5 roles” in keeping food safety and safe home program for the disabled.

  

Program for popularizing fire prevention knowledge, in which program a series of publicity activities are designed for spreading fire prevention and fire safety knowledge.

    

Anti-burglary program by strengthening human protection and physical protection

  

 

Safe traffic promotion program: Program for strengthening traffic safety management, controlling acts that are in violation of traffic laws and regulations, improving the drivers’ practice of civilized driving, and maintaining a good traffic order.

  

Wheel-chaired traffic guard program, in which program the disabled person voluntarily publicizes traffic knowledge and encourages civilized transportation.

  

 

Program for safe travel of the disabled, in which program the building gates and passageways at the access to the neighborhoods are renovated to ensure safe access for those persons with physical disabilities.

  

Evidence-based programs: program for increasing traffic flow at key intersections, in which program the waiting lines for the vehicles going straight and turning left are moved forward to increase the vehicle throughput at the same period of time.

For elderly people aged above 60:

Safe home promotion program: “Safe and Sound" residential area program for repairing the bumpy roads and for repairing and replacing the damaged well lids.

“Harmonious neighbor festival” program and program for caring “empty-nest elderly”, in which programs activities are held to promote harmony and increase care and attention for the elderly in the community.

 

Program for inviting TCM experts to the community to provide free diagnosis for the elderly aged above 60, setting up health profiles and providing follow-up treatment for them.

  

Safe sports promotion program: Program for preventing injury during sports and fitness activities, in which program reminder signs are set up and old and damaged sports equipment is replaced in a timely manner.

    

 

Evidence-based programs: Cerebral apoplexy prevention and intervention program, for screening out the potential patients of cerebral apoplexy and helping them to prevent such a disease, and for popularizing TCM methods of health care such as 5-birds exercise, 8-sectioned exercise and muscle-bone strengthening exercise.

 

  

Prevention programs specific to high-risk populations:

Safety promotion programs for the middle-aged and elderly population: “Red button/Green button” safety call program, for providing special phones with “call for rescue” and “call for help” functions to those elderly people aged above 60 and those residents in need in the community.

    

Safety promotion programs for population with mental disorder: Program for providing mental counselling hotline by Xiao Lan; program for promoting rehabilitation of children suffering from autism, in which program the mock-up scenarios such as the bus stop are set up in the schools for the mentally retarded in order to help those children suffering from autism to be more able to take care of themselves.

              

Program for safety of students in Weifang Secondary School when riding bikes or scooters: a program is carried out for publicity and education on safe riding of bikes and scooters, and speed limit devices are set up for encouraging safe riding.

Safety promotion programs for drivers: program for popularization of traffic knowledge and program for management of road traffic safety.

Prevention programs specific to high-risk environment:

Safe traffic promotion programs: key road section intervention program, key intersection “hard reminder” program, and safe “lane” program.

 

      

 

Public place safety promotion programs: program for management of travel environment in neighborhoods and integrating police resources, program for “lighting up” staircases and corridors, and “7-leading” program for Wanda Plaza.

          

Injury Surveillance:

No.

Type

Surveillance Unit

Target of Surveillance

Surveillance Start Time

1

Medical Institution

Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital of Weifang City

All personnel living or working in Dongguan Community who come to TCM hospital for diagnosis and are diagnosed as having certain injury.

January 2010

2

Community clinics

All personnel living or working in Dongguan Community who come to community clinics for diagnosis and are diagnosed as having certain injury.

 

2

Government Functional Department

Dongguan Work Safety Office

All work safety accidents happening in the production and operation units in Dongguan Community

January 2010

3

District fire brigade

All fire cases, fire alarms and fire accidents happening in the residential areas and workplaces in Dongguan Community, no matter whether they involve any personal injury or not.

January 2010

4

Traffic police squadron one

All traffic accidents involving personal injury and happening in Dongguan Community.

January 2010

5

Dongguan police station

All public security cases reported through 110 in Dongguan Community

January 2010

6

Others

Ganghua Gas Company

All personal injury cases due to gas accidents in Dongguan Community

January 2010

7

5 primary and secondary schools, 6 kindergartens

All students in the campus to whom accidental injury has happened.

January 2010

Number of persons injured by year: 1581 persons in 2010; 1532 persons in 2011; 1459 persons in 2012; 1371 persons in 2013.

Number of persons monitored: 80,700 persons

Surveillance start time: 2010

Publications

Information and materials produced:

Eyes on Dongguan, monthly magazine, 10 issues published.

Dongguan Community Newspaper, weekly newspaper, 24 issues published.

Three Character Primer on Work Safety, Safety Manual, Emergency Response Scientific Knowledge Handbook, Resident Safety Handbook, etc.

 

Personnel for Building a Safe Community:

Responsible Persons:

Zheng Hai, Director of Dongguan Sub-district Office

Number of staff members: 178                                  

Number of Professional, Part-time and Full-time Personnel: 60

Number of Full-time Personnel: 20

Number of Part-time Personnel: 9

Lead Units for Building a Safe Community: (Organizations and their units and personnel)

Members of Dongguan Sub-district Safe Community Promotion Committee

Safe community promotion committee

Sub-district office

Secretary of CPC Committee, Office Director, Deputy Office Director, Cadres of Deputy Section Chief Level in charge of different programs, heads of stations

Functional departments in the community

Fire squadron, traffic police No.1 squadron, Dongguan Police Station, city administration squadron, etc.

Commercial organizations

Weifang City Hotel, Yuanfei Hotel, Taihua, Wanda, Zhenhua and other business and trading units.

Educational organizations

Weifang Secondary School, Kuiwen District Experimental Primary School, Weizhou Road Primary School, Beigong Street Primary School, Great Wall Kindergarten, Foreign Language Kindergarten, Kuiwen District Auxiliary School

Social organizations

Community neighborhood committee, elderly’s society, grassroots culture society, Loving-Home Alliance, Yuandu Volunteers

Personal representatives

Volunteers, resident representatives, old cadres, old party members, CPC representatives, etc.

Members of Promotion Workgroups

Safety promotion program workgroups

Group Members

Safe school group

Zhang Jie Sun Wenjuan   Li Yuanyuan

Safe home group

Li Zhongliang Wang Lei   Gao Junling

Safe traffic group

Cui Xueli Ding Chong   Liu Nengyong

Safe elderly group

Dai Hongjiang Cui Qiuju   Zou Yinan

Safe disabled group

Gai Bin Wang Weilin   Tan Shunji

Safe children group

Zhang Jie Jiang Bohua   Zhang Lianhui

Fire safety group

Song Ruihong Li Ming   Wang Yongbo

Public Hygiene/Health Promotion Program Workgroup: (Number of members, main member units and lead units)

Health management office under the sub-district office, traditional Chinese medicine hospital of Weifang City, and outpatient departments in community health centers.

International exchanges:

Studies and visits:

1

November 2009

Attended the safe community work training class in Jinan City

2

April 2010

Led by the Kuiwen District Administration of Work Safety, went to Laoshan District in Qingdao City, Huaiyiin District and Heze Mudan District in Jinan City to visit and study on how to build a safe community

3

April 2011

Attended the safe community standard and building method training class in Jinan City

4

August 2011

Went to Linyi City to exchange experiences in building a safe community

5

August 2013

Went to the Badaguan Sub-district of the Southern District in Qingdao City to learn the experiences in building an international safe community

6

September 2013

Went to the Wanlian Sub-district of the Shenhe District in Shenyang City to learn the experiences in building an international safe community

 

 

Participation in safe community meetings:

November 2012

The national safe community work meeting in Xi’An City, and accepted the designation of national safe community

November 2013

The national safe community work meeting in Nanjing City