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Respected child passenger safety expert looks to ‘set the gold standard’ in education and service
Washington, D.C. – Safe Kids Worldwide and Amazon announced today a new partnership dedicated to educating consumers and protecting kids from preventable injuries such as traffic injuries, falls, and burns. Over the coming year, Safe Kids and Amazon will host a series of events across the country for new parents to learn about infant and child safety topics, including helmet and bicycle safety, car seat safety and safe sleep practices.
How Does Your State Rank on Walking, Biking?
By Taylor Savage
Safety advocates launch educational resources and call for collaboration to avoid tragedies of the past
A new report detailing the results of a national survey of parents regarding their awareness, attitudes and beliefs regarding AVs and child passenger safety.
Even during these challenging times, to many of us, Memorial Day is the official start of summer.
It’s a time to remember the people who gave so much for our country, a time to be with family and friends and a time to take a break and have some fun.
So while you relax and continue to adjust to a “new normal,” remember these tips to keep your family safe this Memorial Day and beyond.
The Enhancing Child Passenger Safety in Underserved Communities Act would push states to protect rural and underserved children
Washington, D.C. - Today Safe Kids Worldwide commends Rep. Dina Titus and her introduction of the Enhancing Child Passenger Safety in Underserved Communities Act. If enacted, this legislation would push states to ensure that all children are protected in motor vehicles.
The legislation includes provisions to help improve Child Passenger Safety for all kids
Washington, D.C. - The U.S. House of Representatives passed a five-year surface transportation bill, the Investing in a New Vision for The Environment and Surface Transportation (INVEST) in America Act (H.R. 3684), which includes several provisions that, if enacted into law, would substantially improve child passenger safety (CPS) for all children.
The beginning of the school year can be overwhelming and exciting at the same time, both for kids and parents. As we all continue to keep ourselves as safe as possible during the pandemic, let’s not forget to remain vigilant in our efforts to stay safe while heading to and from school. Here are a few ways to make safety a part of your back-to-school plan.
Walking or Riding Outside
Whether your children are walking or biking to school or just going outside to stretch and play, talk to them about these safety tips: