Safety Notices

BRITAX Webinars

To learn more about car seat basics and child passenger safety, we invite you to attend one of our webinars. Each themed presentation will be geared toward answering common questions of the average parent or caregiver.

If you’re unable to attend our live sessions, all presentations will be archived on the BRITAX website. 

 

Past Webinars 



November 17, 2014

2:00 PM (EST)

Birth to Booster: An Overview of Car Seats and Car Seat Safety

Did you know that nearly 3 out of every 4 car seats are NOT used correctly? In this presentation, “Birth to Booster, An Overview of Car Seats and Car Seat Safety” Sarah Tilton , Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Advocacy Manager for Britax, covers the following topics: 

  • How to tell if you are using the right car seat for your child based on age and weight
  • Identifying each type of car seat (infant, infant/child, etc.)
  • Checking your car seat installation

Webinar recording (mp4)



August 15, 2013

7:30 PM (EST)

Booster Seats and Seat Belts: When to move from a 5-point harness

In this presentation, "Booster Seats and Seat Belts: When to move from a 5-point harness," we cover the following topics: 

  • Why child restraints are important for the safety of your child
  • What is the best car seat
  • Infant/Child car seat basics, including basic features
  • Booster seat basics, including basic features
  • How long a child should stay in a 5-point harness
  • When a child is ready to move to a booster seat or vehicle seat belt

Webinar recording (wmv)



July 11, 2013

7:30 PM (EST)

Infant/Child Seats: The Move from Rear-facing to Forward-facing

In this presentation, “Infant/Child Seats: The Move from Rear-facing to Forward-facing,” we cover the following topics: 

  • Why child restraints are important for the safety of your child
  • What is the best car seat
  • Infant/Child car seat basics, including basic features
  • Basics about installation, including an explanation of UAS (Universal Anchorage System)
  • Basics about proper fit, both rear-facing and forward-facing
  • How long an infant or toddler should stay rear-facing
  • When a toddler is ready to turn forward-facing

Webinar recording (wmv)



June 6, 2013

8:00 PM (EST)

Bringing Baby Home Safely: The First Car Ride

In this presentation, “Bringing Baby Home Safely: The First Car Ride,” we cover the following topics: 

  • Why you should use a car seat
  • Which types of car seats you can use to bring baby home
  • Basic car seat terminology
  • Basics about installation, including an explanation of UAS (Universal Anchorage System)
  • Basics about proper fit
  • How long baby should stay in their first seat

Webinar recording



October 9, 2012

12:00 PM (EST)

Birth to Booster: An Overview of Car Seats and Car Seat Safety

In this presentation, “Birth to Booster, An Overview of Car Seats and Car Seat Safety” we cover the following topics:

  • How to tell if you are using the right car seat for your child based on age, weight and development
  • Identifying each type of car seat (infant, infant/child, etc.)
  • Checking your car seat installation

Webinar recording (wmv)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About Our Speaker

Sarah Tilton
BRITAX Child Passenger Safety Advocate

As an active CPS Technician (2002) and Instructor (2004), Sarah is the spokesperson for BRITAX within the advocacy community participating in child passenger safety activities at a local, state and national level.

Sarah serves on the new product development, technical writing, and marketing teams at BRITAX. In addition, she managed and developed the training curriculum for the BRITAX Consumer Services department and organized and implemented a permanent checking station at BRITAX during 12+ years with the company.

Sarah is currently active with the Safe Kids South Carolina, Safe Kids York County (SC), Safe Kids North Carolina, and Charlotte Mecklenburg (NC) coalitions. She is also a member of the National Child Passenger Safety Board representing the At Large population and the Chairperson of the Manufacturers Alliance for Child Passenger Safety.