Child Restraint Fitting Stations reduce incorrect restraint use among child occupants.

@article{Brown2011ChildRF,
  title={Child Restraint Fitting Stations reduce incorrect restraint use among child occupants.},
  author={Julie M Brown and Caroline F. Finch and Julie Hatfield and Lynne E Bilston},
  journal={Accident; analysis and prevention},
  year={2011},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={1128-33}
}
This study evaluated the effectiveness of the NSW Restraint Fitting Station Network in preventing incorrect use of rearward facing and forward facing child restraints. The way children used restraints was observed randomly as they arrived at observation sites during a cross-sectional ecological study across New South Wales, Australia. Trained researchers… CONTINUE READING