A Native American works to ensure this child is properly restrained in his car seat.

Safe Native American Passengers Training

What is SNAP?

A culturally appropriate one-day course introducing child passenger safety.

Target audience: anyone who works with families and children in tribal communities, including community health representatives, public safety (law enforcement) officials and transportation providers.

Learning objectives

  • Understand basic elements of correct installation of child restraints
  • Recognize and correct obvious misuse of child restraints
  • Educate parents/caregivers
  • Volunteer at a car seat or check-up event