Car Seat Safety
Dear Valued Customer,As an essential business, Pacific Safety Center has implemented best practices to help keep our communities safe during this time. This includes modifying or even pausing programs. The office is open Monday – Thursday from 7:30am to 4:30pm.
- Car Seat: Keep ‘Em Safe Program Registration- We want to thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. It has been a challenge to determine the best way to continue with our services following government executive orders as the COVID-19 crisis is evolving day by day. However, we have good news our Virtual Child Passenger Safety services is now available.
- To register please complete the registration by clicking the following link
- After summiting your online application, one of our team members will be contacting you to provide the next steps.
Because of the rapidly changing situation, we will continue to provide updates to the as appropriate. If you have additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pacific Safety Center
Car Seat Safety Law
- Children under age 8 must be properly buckled into a car seat or booster seat in the back seat.
- Everyone in the car must be properly buckled up.
- Selling a car seat that was in use during a car accident/may result in a fine of up to $100
At Pacific Safety Center, we’re dedicated and experienced Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians (CPST) who teach parents and caregivers how to keep their children safe by helping them choose:
- The right seat for their child
- How to install it correctly; and
- How to use it the right way every time.
PROBLEM: Motor vehicle crashes remain the leading cause of death of children, ages 3-14. However, many of these deaths can be prevented through the proper use of child safety seats.
SOLUTION: Private and community-based car seat education classes and installations.
“I want to Thank PSC’s KES Car seat program because of the education they provided to my clients and the benefit of receiving a free car seat. Parents share with me the changes they need to make to have their children save while driving. They also share information was very beneficial to them in the sense of not receiving and infraction or a point against them. They also share they learn the proper way to place baby in car seat. I want to thank you very much for the information provided and the availability of having a Spanish speaker to give the information.”
Gabriela Durazo, Prenatal Home Visitor
Neighborhood House Association