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During the month of January, fire agencies across Oregon will be hosting Child Passenger Safety Clinics at fire stations for the public. Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians and trained volunteers from the Child Safety Seat Resource Center will be available at the clinics to work one-on-one with parents and caregivers to correctly install and inspect child safety seats. Each seat takes about 30 minutes to install and check for damage, size, and age appropriateness.
Click here to access the January and February 2011 safety clinic schedule.
During January 2011, the following safety clinics will be held locally:
Portland Fire & Rescue reminds you of the following important State of Oregon Child Occupant Protection Laws:
The failure to properly use safety belts or child restraints is a Class D traffic violation with a $142.00 fine (ORS 811.210 and ORS 815.055, effective October 1, 2009).
Portland Fire & Rescue
We Respond: Always Ready, Always There
January 6, 2011