Choosing and Using Rearward Facing Child Car Seats
Babies and infants need to be carried in rearward-facing baby seats. This reduces the risk of death or injury in a crash by 90% compared with being unrestrained.
There are many different types of child car seats available, so take your time when choosing.
We have produced a webcast on choosing and using rearward facing child car seats for use as a self-help guide by pre-natal and parent and toddler groups. It is designed for pre-natal and parent and toddler groups to download and use in their activities.
The webcast includes information on choosing, buying and fitting your first child car seat and changing to a forward-facing seat.
To download the video, right click the link and choose 'Save as'