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The Safety Restraint Coalition

Phone:
425-828-8975 or
1-800-BUCK-L-UP
1-800-282-5587

F: 425-828-9083
E: Info@800bucklup.org

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SafeKids Worldwide Contact Information

Toll-free: 877-366-8154, M-F, 9am – 7pm EST
Customer Service: 202-662-0600
Customer Service Fax: 202-393-2072
Fax: 917-305-9876
Email: cps.certification@safekids.org

Address:
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c/o PES
475 Riverside Drive, 6th Floor
New York, NY 10115-0089

Tech Update Newsletter: www.cpsboard.org/techupdate.htm
CPS Express: http://cert.safekids.org/resources/express.html

On-line Resources

www.aap.org
The American Academy of Pediatrics offers advice on topics of interest to parents covering on the health and safety of children and safety in the car.

www.aap.org/family/carseatguide.htm
Car Safety Seats: A Guide for Families

www.access.wa.gov/
The Washington State’s official website

www.aaafoundation.org/home/
AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety develops focused, high-impact educational materials for drivers, pedestrians, bicyclists and other road users.

www.boosterseat.org
Washington State’s booster seat site

www.carsafekids.org
Car Safe Kids provides educational classes for parents and inspection clinics in Seattle, Kirkland and Bellevue.

www.stokes.chop.edu/programs/carseat
Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia is the world’s largest child-focused motor vehicle crash surveillance system and an important source of data about child passenger safety. Videos, illustrations and other resource information.

www.cpsc.gov
Consumer Product Safety Commission

www.nhtsa.gov
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

www.preventinjury.org
The Automotive Safety Program at Riley Hospital for Children, Indiana University School of Medicine, is a national leader and expert in transportation of children with special health care needs.

http://safekids.org/
Safe Kids Worldwide works to prevent unintentional childhood injuries.

www.safercar.gov
The premier source of vehicle safety information from the government, serving the public interest.

http://www.safetylit.org

Injuries don't simply "happen" from fate or bad luck. SafetyLit provides abstracts of reports from researchers working in more than 30 prevention fields.

www.tweensafety.org
Explore the most recent traffic safety research, programs and recommendations for children 8- to 12-years-old

www.wtsc.wa.gov
The Washington Traffic Safety Commission’s mission is to reduce and serious injuries resulting from motor vehicle collisions.

For Technicians

www.carseatdata.org
What is the narrowest booster seat? Which seat has the highest top harness slots? Which has the tallest seat back? Lists car seat measurements and attempts to make recommendations on what car seats fit in what vehicles.

www.carseat.org
Safety Belt Safe USA a national non-profit child passenger safety organization. On-line Technical Encyclopedia compiled from research papers and presentations at national conferences.

www.cdc.gov/Features/PassengerSafety
Center for Disease Control child passenger safety information.

www.cdc.gov/ncipc/duip/podcast/index.htm#motor vheicle
Podcasts on unintentional injury prevention: choking, concussion, falls and fire prevention and motor vehicle safety.

www.childrenssafetynetwork.org
Children’s Safety Network is committed to reducing injuries and violence among children and adolescents.

www.iihs.org
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety is an independent, nonprofit, scientific, and educational organization dedicated to reducing the losses — deaths, injuries, and property damage — from crashes on the nation's highways. Subscribe to their newsletter: Status Reports.

www.saferidenews.com
Safe Ride News Publications. National bi-monthly Child Passenger Safety Newsletter and publisher of the LATCH Manual.

www.saferoads.org
Advocates for Auto and highway Safety encourages the adoption of federal and state laws, policies and programs that save lives and reduce injuries. Rates and compares safety legislation among states.

www.usaaedfoundation.org/pdf/544.pdf
A richly illustrated 24-page booklet about correct car seat use and common errors from the USAA Educational Foundation