Health and safety regulators suggest that children should be encouraged to be livelier and actively participate in outdoor activities. This will help them understand the world surrounding them in a better way, than to stay in home.
The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) along with Play Safety Forum (PSF), asserted that children need to be urged to move out of the houses and play, this will not only give them freedom, but also is a major aspect in the total growth of a child, mental as well as physical.
Since the past 40 years, children are being brought in comparatively overprotected environment, which definitely doesn't provide them an insight into the developing world. Moreover, if children are sent out of homes, they will know how to face the risks, dangers and harsh truths of life.
In a joint statement, HSE and PSF said, "Play providers should focus on sensible adult judgments rather than an overblown fear of litigation and prosecution, also how children can benefit from challenging play without being exposed to unnecessary risk".
HSE Chairwoman Judith Hackitt asserted that many a times rules and regulations set under health and safety laws are misunderstood, following which children are discouraged to play outdoors. However, the new proposal will surely be beneficiary for the children.
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