Car seat engineers work hard every day to ensure their seats keep children as safe as possible, but it is ultimately every parents responsibility to ensure their child's car seat is used and installed correctly each time.
Although car seat and vehicle manuals do a great job guiding parents the installation process; questions or concerns may still arise. Wright County Public Health has over 12 certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians to help parents address those issues.
To schedule an appointment
Call 763-682-7717 or 1-800-362-3667 ext. 7717
$10 donation to our Child Passenger Safety program
** Upcoming Car Seat Clinic **
WCPH will be hosting a free car seat inspection clinic on September 15th, 2014 at the Cornerstone Chevrolet in Monticello. For more information view the flyer or visit the calendar page.
"When correctly used, child safety seats can reduce the risk of death by as much as 71%" --SafeKids.org
◦Car seat registration
◦Check recall status
◦Explanation of laws and regulations
◦Training on proper use & installation
September is "Child Passenger Safety" month Read this month's news release and know you are not alone in the fight to have the proper child restraint installed correctly.
C.A.R.S. Child and Restraints Systems Training ForChild Care and Foster Care Providers