We enable visitors to learn about safety in a safe environment. Younger visitors can explore our everyday scenarios in Hazard Alley. We also offer safety related courses for adults as well as centre hire with a difference.
Bring schools to explore Hazard Alley on a guided tour of our 12 scenarios where they can learn about keeping themselves safe in a safe environment. We also offer interactive taught sessions about internet safety and cyber bullying.
Bring your cubs and brownies to help them complete their safety badges by exploring Hazard Alley. Early evening tours are available.
Bring young people and adults with learning disabilities to enable them to develop their independent living skills in a safe environment.
Book our school liaison officers (who are qualified and experienced teachers) to deliver lessons in your school.
Book our school liaison officers to deliver a parent Internet Safety session in your school.
Book your staff on accredited first aid and fire training courses.
Book our conference room for meetings and events.
Book the whole centre for a company away day or to host H&S themed staff development programmes.
Our next Open Day will be held on
Sunday 23rd July 2017
10am - 4pm
The Safety Centre is a Registered Charity and a Limited Company.
Company Registered number: 270981
Registered Charity number: 1019093
Learning outside the Classroom Cert number: R1QB103556
The Safety Centre (Hazard Alley) Ltd, 18 Carters Lane, Kiln Farm, Milton Keynes, MK11 3ES.
Tel: 01908 263009 Fax: 01908 262771 Email:
Sat Nav Only: Please follow post code MK11 3ET to
Carters Lane, then follow Safety Centre signs
Ben Cohen visit
World Cup Rugby Star Ben Cohen MBE visited the Safety Centre on 24 May 2012.
As part of the UK Launch of his charity, he met some very...
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The Safety Centre opened in 1994 as a partnership-based community safety project involving Thames Valley Police, Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service, health authorities, local government, other statutory organisations and the private sector. The centre is not centrally funded and as such relies heavily on donations and sponsorship.