Sherburne County Public Health wants to ensure that all children are traveling safely in vehicles.
Did you know that 9 out of 10 car seats are used INCORRECTLY?
Community Checkup Child Passenger Safety Specialists can answer questions regarding car seats through Child Care and Foster Care Provider Training, and Car Seat Distribution Classes.
Child and Restraint System (C.A.R.S) Classes
During the 2005 Special Legislative Session, legislators passed a law requiring all family and group child care, child care centers, child foster care, and other programs licensed by the Department of Human Services that serve a child or children under nine years of age must document training on child passenger restraint systems. Before a license holder, staff person, caregiver, or helper transports a child or children under the age of nine in a motor vehicle, the person transporting the child must satisfactorily complete training on the proper use and installation of child restraint systems in motor vehicles.
Training must be completed at orientation or initial training, and repeated at least every five years.
Sherburne County Public Health Child Passenger Safety Technicians are certified and approved by the Department of Public Safety, Office of Traffic Safety, to provide training.
|2018 Child and Restraint Systems (CARS) Class Schedule|
|held at Sherburne County Government Center in the Board Room|
All training sessions are held in the Sherburne County Government Center Board Room
Class registration fee $25.00
****You must register to attend this training****
To register please call 763-765-4112 or 1-800-433-5237, or email Angel Hoag. Space is limited. You must register at least two days before the training.
Car Seat Distribution Classes
Reduced-Cost Car Seats:
Attend a 90 minute class to receive a new child safety seat and receive instruction on proper use and installation.
Distribution classes are scheduled once monthly.
Call 1-800-433-5237 or 763-765-4000 to sign-up for the next class!
To see if you qualify for a car seat distribution class, please read through the eligibility guidelines below and call Sherburne County Public Health to arrange for an appointment.
Eligibility Requirements: Income eligible families who are residents of Sherburne County can receive car seats for a $20 suggested donation. Call to find out income guidelines (families who are on WIC or children on Medical Assistance are automatically eligible).