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Click on the links below to find out what Child Safety Link is doing to mark these events, and what you can do in your community:


Child Passenger Safety Week 


Every year, Child Safety Link and our Maritime partners celebrate Child Passenger Safety Week (CPSW) with a different theme related to protecting children in vehicles. This year, CPSW will be celebrated the week of September 19-25, 2021


To view CPSW 2021 tools and activities, click here.


Are you interested in planning an event in your community or have other questions? If you need advice, resources or have questions please feel free to contact our Health Promotion Specialist for Child Passenger Safety Katherine Hutka at katherine.hutka@iwk.nshealth.ca or by calling (902) 470-7324 or toll free in the Maritimes 1-866-288-1388.



Sign up for the Car Seat Connection Newsletter: Click here.


Order print versions Child Safety Link Child Passenger Safety resources: Click here

Share your ideas, questions and progress with others in our community through the Facebook Group: Atlantic Tech Talk


National Road Safety Week


Every year, Canada Safety Council’s annual awareness campaign focuses on behaviours that put drivers, passengers and other road users most at risk: sober and alert driving, seat-belt use, and intersection-related incidents involving drivers, riders and pedestrians. Click here for more information.


Training Opportunities 


Child Safety Link supports Child Passenger Safety Technician training opportunities throughout the Maritimes.  Help parents and caregivers choose and use car seats and booster seats safely. 

For more information on Child Passenger Safety Technician training, including upcoming dates for training opportunities in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, PEI and Newfoundland & Labrador: click here.


For more information or to register Katherine Hutka at katherine.hutka@iwk.nshealth.ca or by calling (902) 470-7324 


Space in these training classes is limited.  Space is reserved for those who work with vulnerable families and newcomers to Canada.



In addition to, Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) Training, Child Safety Link supports the following child passenger safety training:

Community Services Training

Health Care Personnel (Nurse) Training

Law Enforcement Training