To gain this badge, Cub Scouts must complete the following:
Explain the dangers of playing on or near two of the following: railways, busy roads, building sites, cliffs, canal banks, sand or gravel pits, farmyards, river banks, quarries, moorlands and lakes.
Take part in a fire drill. Know what precautions to take to protect your home, Scout meeting place, Pack camp and Pack holiday against the risk of fire. Explain the importance of a working smoke detector. Know what you would do in the event of a fire in your home.
Show you can use at least one of the following codes: Green Cross Code, Water Safety Code, Bathing Code, Firework Code etc. Make up a safety code of your own choice, eg car passenger, train passenger, and the playground.
Know how to use a public telephone and how to make an emergency phone call, including using a mobile telephone.
Explain what you must do if a stranger starts to talk to you, and what you must tell your parents or carers if you are going out without them.
Know how and why you might contact helplines such as Childline, for example.
Explain the best way to stay safe while online. Write some common sense rules to observe while you are on the internet.