Here are 5 reminders to help you make Thanksgiving cooking safer for you and your family

Thanksgiving travel blog

Before you pack up the car and bundle up the kids, put the turkey and pies in the oven – or whatever else is on your list before you go – here are five quick tips to help you and your family stay safe for the holiday.

Pedestrian Safety

Simple actions parents can take to help make their school zones safe for children.

National Hurricane Preparedness Week.

It’s a fact – 83 million of us in the United States live in an area that could be affected by a hurricane, stretching from the southern tip of Texas around the Gulf Coast and Florida and then up the east coast to the top of Maine. In New York City alone, 2.9 million residents live in hurricane evacuation zones.

Pokemon Go and Walk Safely

Whether playing Pokemon Go or using any app, it is important to remember key pedestrian safety tips to keep you and your kids safe. 

Evenflo Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seats

Did you hear? Evenflo Company, Inc. just announced that they are recalling more than 56,000 Transitions 3-in-1 Combination Booster Seats. The booster seat is being recalled because the child can loosen the seat's harness, while in the car seat, which could lead to an increased risk of injury to the child in the event of a crash.

Car Seat Guidance From One CPS Tech to Another

Parents learn of car seat information through a variety of trusted sources. The information may or may not reflect best practice but can grab attention because it sounds so easy to do and uses simple language. Safe Kids CPS  Training Manager and Technical Advisor Lorrie Walker weighs in on the matter. 

Did you hear about the 75,000 Britax infant car seats that were recalled? We have the details here. 

Winter is Coming: A Cold-Weather Safety Checklist

As you and your family prepare for winter storm Jonas, don’t forget these important safety tips to keep you and your family safe

Designated Driver

When someone turns on the ignition of a car while under the influence of alcohol, all of us are at risk. That is especially true for kids who are along for the ride in a passenger seat, and others who share the roads with drivers.

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