Firefighters from the Palm Coast and Flagler Beach fire departments were recently certified as National Child Passenger Safety Technicians by Halifax Health-Healthy Communities in conjunction with Safe Kids Volusia/Flagler.
DAYTONA BEACH, FLA. – (November 27, 2019) – On November 11-13, Halifax Health-Healthy Communities, in conjunction with Safe Kids Volusia/Flagler, hosted National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training in Palm Coast. Seven firefighters from the Palm Coast Fire Department, and one representing the Flagler Beach Fire Department, were certified upon their successful completion of the training.
A program of Safe Kids Worldwide, National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training provides instruction to persons and groups who want to become a certified Child Passenger Safety Technician, as well as a community resource and advocate. Child Passenger Safety Technicians conduct community presentations and child safety seat checks to educate parents and caregivers through hands-on assistance with the proper use of child restraint systems and seatbelts.
For more information on National Child Passenger Safety Certification Training, call 386.425.7920.
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