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Basics of Child Restraint Use in Six Languages

Child Passenger Safety Slideshow

Three Power Point presentations with audio narration and animated images, in six languages are linked together using Flash software.  Click here to access the slideshow menu to choose the appropriate presentation and language.

The information contained in the presentations is available in English, Spanish, Tigrinya, Vietnamese, Russian, and Somali and covers:

  • How to use and install a rear facing convertible car seat using the vehicle seat belt
  • How to use and install a forward facing convertible car seat using the vehicle seat belt
  • Using a booster seat with the vehicle lap and shoulder belt and why booster seats are needed to protect children who have outgrown their child restraint with a harness but who are not big enough to be able to properly wear the adult lap and shoulder belt.

The Washington State Safety Restraint Coalition

The WSSRC is recognized as Washington's independent authority on vehicle occupant protection and child car seats.  For more than twenty years, the WSSRC has collaborated with parents, caregivers, law enforcement, emergency medical services, government, health and safety agencies, and advocates to facilitate awareness, education and create programs designed to reduce the economic costs and needless tragedy resulting from motor vehicle crashes.  Read more at: http://www.800bucklup.org/