Time to strap in for safety event

March 12, 2013 by  

Next week, the ‘Child Safety Seat Inspection Program’ will provide local parents with assurance that the child seats they have installed in their vehicles are installed correctly and will keep their kids safe.

This program is being conducted by certified technicians, and trained child safety officials from the police and fire departments.

As we all know, child safety is priceless, and the program offered by these professionals ensures that not only are the safety seats installed correctly, but also that they meet the safety requirements. Technicians will provide parents with information on how to install them correctly, and will also inspect seats and provide instruction during and after the installation is completed.

Seats that are found be unsuitable or unsafe can be replaced by the parents through a purchase program of low cost from the fire department. Inspections take approximately 30 minutes, so arranging an inspection is advisable for parents to make sure they do not miss out on some important, professional advice.

This program is offered free of charge, although donations will gladly be accepted and will be used to fund the cost of operating the inspection program. The Child Safety Seat Inspection Program will be happening on Tuesday, March 19, from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm at Station #4 located at 4117E Milwaukee Street in Janesville, Wisconsin. To book an appointment, please visit the Child Safety Seat Inspection Program website or call 608-921-3786, which is the number for the Safety Seat Hotline. For those not able to attend the event, flyer printing could be used by the organizers to help disseminate some vital info.

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