Child Restraints

Child Restraints

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Child Restraint Use Survey: LATCH Use and Misuse

Objectives: To collect information about the types of restraint systems being used. In particular, to identify whether drivers with Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren (LATCH)-equipped vehicles were using LATCH, and if so, were the seats properly installed.

  • Author(s): Lawrence E. Decina, Kathy H. Lococo, and Charlene T. Doyle
  • Published: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, December 2006
  • Date Added: 09 Apr 2012
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

EEVC Working Group 18 Report: Child Safety

Objectives: To assess the effectiveness of child restraints in different types of impact, to assess levels and types of child restraint mis-use and to identify requirements for a child test dummy.

  • Author(s): European Enhanced Vehicle Safety Committee
  • Published: C Working Group 18, February 2006
  • Date Added: 09 Apr 2012
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Road Safety Research Report No. 97 “Widening the Reach of Road Safety – Emerging Practice in Road Safety in Disadvantaged Communities: Practitioners’ Guide

Objectives: To produce good practice guidance on the development and implementation of schemes to reduce road casualties in the most deprived areas through new, innovative approaches.

  • Author(s): Michael Hayes, Elizabeth Towner, John Towner, Paul Pilkington and Heather Ward
  • Published: Department for Transport, October 2008
  • Date Added: 09 Apr 2012
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Road Safety Research Report No. 123 “Road User Safety and Disadvantage”

Objectives: To provide a practical overview of road safety issues in disadvantaged areas, and road safety provision, the nature and extent of partnership working and the extent of community involvement in road safety delivery n those areas.

  • Author(s): Clare Lowe, Grahame Whitfield, Liz Sutton and Jeremy Hardin
  • Published: Department for Transport, February 2011
  • Date Added: 09 Apr 2012
  • Format: Adobe Portable Document Format

Injuries in Children Aged 0–14 Years and Inequalities

Objectives: To describe and seek to understand how and why injuries disproportionately affect some children more than others.

  • Author(s): Towner E, Dowswell T, Errington G, Burkes, M. and Towner J
  • Published: Health Development Agency, 2004
  • Date Added: 09 Apr 2012
  • Format: Web Page Link