Maintaining your CSRS Investment
SRN’s Denise Donaldson prepared a PowerPoint® presentation on the proper maintenance of child safety restraint systems that you may borrow for your own trainings (please credit Safe Ride News Publications).
Maintaining your CSRS Investment (ppt)
CSRS Inventory Management Guide
This table is an excerpt from the School Bus Safety Handbook, it will help school transportation professionals to manage their CSRS inventory.
CSRS Inventory Management Guide (pdf)
AAP Guidance for Student Transportation During Pandemic
This resource includes information from the American Academy of Pediatrics’ about keeping CSRS clean and crashworthy in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
AAP Guidance (webpage)
This user-friendly handbook serves as an all-in-one background, reference, and resource guide for school district personnel, child passenger safety technicians, medical therapists, and special needs transportation specialists.
The NSC believes…passengers, especially children, are safest in modes of transportation when they are properly restrained. Proper multi-modal restraint for passengers of all ages, sizes and abilities is required for the safest ride and ensuring proper use of child restraint device/s (CRD) and/or seat belts can prevent or mitigate child passenger injuries and deaths in crashes.
The NSC strongly supports the mandatory use of properly secured and positioned, dynamically-tested child restraint devices in motor vehicles and in airplanes…