Load Up to Keep Children Safe

Child Transportation Safety Education and Training

Technician Resources

Learn how to handle uncommon situations, put job aids to use in the field and watch refresher installation videos.

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Instructor Resources

Good teachers share many common traits. One is the ability to adapt. Use different approaches to reach CPS students.

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State Coordinator Resources

Connect people with goods and services, make contact with your peers and get tools you can use.

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Window of Opportunity

In the U.S., more than 35 kids die in hot cars every year. One person can prevent the next heatstroke tragedy. We can all try. Get ALL-NEW tools to raise awareness of safety risks. Share free online training from the National Safety Council.

An infant is pictured here placing hands on a car set windown, the bright sun shining in the background.
An individual is pictured here tapping out a social media message on a smartphone. Brightly colored imaginary social icons rise in dark air as the individual taps away.

At Your Fingertips

Use our ready-made social media posts to connect with parents and caregivers on your channels. Explore our social media library.

A little girl is depicted giving a "thumbs up" signal before boarding the school bus.

Thumbs Up for Safety

Learn to keep preschool-aged children and children with disabilities safe with Child Passenger Safety on School Buses National Training. Earn CEUs.

This is an example of how a car seat can be attached to a lower anchor in your vehicle.

Car Seat Basics

What is a lower anchor? Get answers to all of your car seat questions. Start with the basics. Finish with video tutorials.

Contact Us

We welcome all feedback about the National Child Passenger Safety Board website. Please contact our Board Secretariat:

Address: National Safety Council, 1121 Spring Lake Dr., Itasca, IL 60143

E-mail: [email protected]