free from harm

See: safe
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Team work makes the dream work", "alone we can do a little, together we can do much" - it is this very team spirit that enables organisations such as A Way Out to strive towards our aim - to engage, empower and equip vulnerable and excluded women, families and young people to live lives free from harm, abuse and exploitation and to reduce life limiting choices and behaviour.
During the Universal Childrens Day, the Department of Education (DepEd) underscored anew its strong commitment to maintain the neutrality of schools as zones of peace, to ensure that learners and teachers are in an environment conducive to learning and free from harm.
Speaking as a first aider there isn't much u can do if he has a seizure apart from try make him comfortable and free from harm.
Before its launch in October 2015, chief medical officer Prof Sally Davies said: "We want children to grow up free from harm and we need parents to understand why smoking in vehicles is so dangerous.
The National Patient Safety Foundation's goal is to create a world where patients and those who care for them are free from harm.
WBut while most of us are clued-up about the health and safety dos and don'ts when it comes to keeping our families free from harm, it is also vital that - whether at partying at home or out at an organised display - our properties are protected.
As the report indicates, to continue progress in patient safety and to keep patients free from harm, a commitment by all stakeholders, including nursing regulation, will be needed.
The organization produced the list of five interventions to be questioned as part of the ABIM (American Board of Internal Medicine) Foundation's Choosing Wisely initiative, which "aims to promote conversations between clinicians and patients by helping patients choose care that is supported by evidence, not duplicative of other tests or procedures already received, free from harm, and truly necessary," according to the Choosing Wisely website.
Trust chief executive Toby Lewis later wrote to staff saying everyone had the right to "work free from harm and fear".
Jackson had signed with the agency as a promise to keep the children free from harm.
It will be a law upholding the rights of children to be free from harm.
I have been clear that we fail to keep too many older people safe and free from harm, that too many older people are not treated in a compassionate and dignified way and that, for some, their quality of life is unacceptable.