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  • Car Seat Clinics

Car Seat Clinics

Transport Canada points out that every year about 10,000 children 12 or under are injured (some of them fatally) in traffic collisions in Canada and that surveys show that as many as one third of Canadian children are not properly restrained when they’re traveling in motor vehicles.

Car Seat Clinics

Car Seat Clinics are currently offered at Okotoks Fire Station #1, 132 Milligan Drive from 1 - 4 p.m on the dates listed below.

Car Seat Clinic Dates

2020 Car Seat Clinic Dates

January 8

February 19

March 11

April 8

May 13

June 10

July 8

August 12

September 9

October 14

November 11

December 9



The Law in Alberta
  • A child under six years whose weight does not exceed 18 kg (40 lb.) must be properly secured in a child safety seat.
  • All child passengers must be secured in an approved and properly used child safety seat, which is used and installed according to your vehicle and car seat manufacturer's instructions.
  • It is the driver's legal responsibility to ensure that each passenger under the age of 16 years is properly secured in the vehicle. Drivers are subject to a fine for each child not properly secured.
  • Child safety seats used in Canada must have a label on them stating that the seat meets Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard 213.
Airbags and Children

If your vehicle is equipped with a passenger front-seat air bag with no shut off switch:

  • Never install a rear facing child safety seat in the front seat.
  • Children under the age of 13 should be seated in the back
Car Seat Tips
  • Be sure you have a set of instructions for your child safety seat make and model.
  • Check the child safety seat's instructions to see that all the parts are included and are attached correctly.
  • Do not use padding or blankets that will interfere with the internal harness.
  • Check expiry date of child safety seat.
  • Purchasing a second-hand child safety seat is not recommended.

For more information please visit the Government of Alberta Transportation website.

Car Seat Clinics
Okotoks Fire Services
Sun: Closed
Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Sat: Closed