Taking preventative measures when transporting your kids safely can reduce the risk of serious injury or death in motor vehicle accidents. During Child Passenger Safety Week, raise public awareness that children under 4’9 need to be in booster seats.
Did you know that safety restraints designed for adults can cause internal injury when used improperly for children in the event of a crash. Keeping your children safe in a vehicle doesn’t only mean seating them in the back seat; child vehicular safety should adapt as the child gets older such as figuring out when to transition from rear-facing infant seats to forward-facing toddler seats to booster seats in the back seat, or deciding when your child can safely sit in the front seat. Using the proper seating and protection according to the child’s age, height, and weight is very important in order to ensure your child’s safety.
Promoting child safety is a great responsibility that can be spearheaded by the education industry. Administration can give out promotional safety equipment, logo safety tools, custom imprinted safety kits, promotional car safety kits to parents during a child safety event.
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