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Child Passenger Safety Technician Training

posted Aug 22, 2019, 10:17 AM by web master   [ updated Sep 27, 2019, 9:51 AM ]


If you are interested in helping children stay safe while traveling, consider becoming a nationally certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.  This four-day training course will help you learn more about:   *Injury Prevention and crash dynamics.  *Appropriate car seat selection and installation.  *Car seat effectiveness.  * How to conduct a car seat check event.   After completing the training, you will be able to provide educational services for parents/caregivers and serve as a community resource.

Class Details:  October 4, 11, 18, & 19, 2019
                       8:00 am-5:00 pm
                       Rochester Fire Department
                       700 E Main St, Rochester, IL
                       $95.00

To Register:      Log on to http://cert.safekids.org
                         Click Find a Course
                         Enter Course ID;  IL20190705779
                         Scroll Down to Click Here
                         Click New Sign Up
                         Create a personal profile
                         Complete registration and pay fee.

Once you complete the registration, contact your lead instructor.  John Werthwein - 217-899-2512 or Shad Edwards- 217-433-0911 to confirm.

Class information will be distributed via email. Please make sure you enter a valid email address when registering.



 






Please share information on Scott's Law - the Move Over Law - with teen drivers and families

posted Apr 10, 2019, 11:46 AM by Adam Morton   [ updated Apr 10, 2019, 11:47 AM ]

Sending on behalf of ISBE Executive Director of Safe and Healthy Climate Jeff Aranowski:

Superintendents, Regional Superintendents, and Principals,

Too many Illinois State Troopers have been put in danger or lost their lives by drivers not following the law. The Illinois State Board of Education and the Illinois State Police are working together to ensure all teen drivers and their parents and families have the information they need to protect those who protect us. Scott’s Law, also known as the Move Over Law, was named after Lieutenant Scott Gillen of the Chicago Fire Department who was struck and killed by an intoxicated driver while assisting at a crash on the Dan Ryan Expressway. Scott’s Law mandates that upon approaching any stationary vehicle with flashing emergency lights, including commercial trucks and cars, all approaching vehicles shall:

•         reduce speed
•         change lanes if possible; and
•         proceed with caution.

Please print and post the attached flyer about Scott’s Law in your classrooms and schools, as well as print and distribute to individual students and send electronically via school listservs. The flyer is also available on the ISBE website at https://www.isbe.net/Documents/ISBE-MoveOver-Flyer.pdf.

Thank you so much for your partnership in raising awareness that “If It’s Flashing, Move Over.”


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