Topics addressed by Safety 2018 include injury prevention and safety promotion. These are categorized by the type of injury, such as traffic injury, drowning, and burns, as well as violence-related injuries such as those resulting from child abuse and youth violence. Also included are cross-cutting issues such as policy making, data collection, and service for victims, among others. A full list of conference topics is shown below.
1.1 Safety and non-violence in all policies
1.2 Injury surveillance and injury prevention research
1.3 Law, legislation and regulatory capacities
1.4 Policies and implementation on injury prevention and safety promotion
1.5 Multi-sectoral actions supporting injury prevention and safety promotion
1.6 Evidence for policies, data and statistics
1.7 Prevention, pre-hospital emergency medical services, services provisions (Accident and Emergency, trauma and critical care systems), psychosocial support and rehabilitation
1.8 Human right protection
1.9 Capacity building
1.11 Safety culture and risk management
1.12 Safety and injury in different settings e.g. occupational, labour, workplace, schools, home, leisure, disasters and mass emergencies, sport, transport safety, communities and public areas
1.13 Gender inequality
1.14 Alcohol related domestic violence, traffic injuries, self-harm and harms to others.
1.15 Preparedness and resilience (e.g. disaster, mass causalities, civil protection)