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Child Passenger Safety Week 2015

 

Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 Planner

Below you will find a link to download the Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 Planner. This resource has child passenger safety information to use as you plan and promote your community activities. The planner provides best practice child passenger safety messages, a fact sheet with Pennsylvania crash facts and child safety seat statistics, a synopsis of Pennsylvania's Child Passenger Safety Law, and a sample press release. The final page has information on how to register your community event so it will be included in the statewide list of events submitted to PennDOT and NHTSA. All submitted events will be posted on the NHSTA and TIPP website.
Download the Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 Planner by clicking here.

Download a PDF file by clicking here.

 

Complete your Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 event registration form online!

Please join Pennsylvania in observing Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 during the week of September 13 - 19. Register your event online so that your Child Passenger Safety Week events can be promoted and advertised through local media releases and posted on the NHTSA and PA TIPP websites. Community events can also be registered by completing the registration form found on the last page of the Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 Planner. TIPP does not need to be involved in the community car seat check events; we are merely compiling a list of all events to share with PennDOT, NHTSA and statewide community partners. If you are interested in receiving a list of events being held throughout Pennsylvania, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to request the list.

Click here to submit your event online.

 

Submit your Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 event data online!

Thank you for educating families on the correct selection and use of child restraints during Child Passenger Safety Week. Your efforts have helped to keep Pennsylvania's children safe while traveling on our roadways. Please share your results with us so your efforts can be documented. PA TIPP will be compiling these results into a list and submitting them to PennDOT and NHTSA. We would like to collect the data from all events conducted during this week to accurately record the time and effort dedicated to protecting children in communities across Pennsylvania. Record your event data online or complete the data collection form found on the last page of the Child Passenger Safety Week 2015 Planner and submit your results to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Click here to submit your event data online.