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May 6-8, 2018
Downtown Atlanta, Georgia
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Fact Sheets - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Fact Sheets - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Bicycling and Skating Safety Fact Sheet
Injury Trends Fact Sheet

Activity Sheets & Coloring Pages - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Activity Sheets & Coloring Pages - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Helmet Activity Sheet
Activity Book (English)
Activity Book (Spanish)
Paul’s amazing trip activity sheet and answers from NHTSA
Sarah’s bike coloring page from NHTSA
Wheeled Sports Safety Coloring Sheet (we’ll get this to you!)
Bike Safety Word Search (We’ll get this to you!)

Downloads - Bicycle and Skating Safety

Downloads - Bicycle and Skating Safety

Bicycle & Skateboard Safety (2011)
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ABC Quick Check from NHTSA
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Bicyclist safe choices from NHTSA
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Bike and Wheeled Sports Safety (English)
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Bike and Wheeled Sports Safety (Spanish)
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Bike and Wheels Safety
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Bike Rodeo Station Guide
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Five Steps to Riding Better LAB
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Safe Kids Videos - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Safe Kids Videos - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Why Bike Safety is Important

Helmet fit test (2012)

Research Reports - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Research Reports - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Safety Tips - Bicycling and Skating Safety

Safety Tips - Bicycling and Skating Safety

ABC Bicycle Quick Check
Bicycle Safety Tips
Helmet Fit Test
Wheeled Sports Safety Checklist (English)
Wheeled Sports Safety Checklist (Spanish)
Bicycling and Skating Tips

Child Passenger Safety

Child Passenger Safety

Safe Kids Buckle Up (SKBU) – This is a comprehensive child passenger safety program. SKBU stresses the importance of properly installed and used child restraints, as well as safety in and around cars. Best practices have always suggested 4’9” or 8 years as good guidelines for transitioning children from boosters to the adult seatbelt. This is a high area of confusion for caregivers. It is also an excellent opportunity to educate caregivers and medical personnel on the best practices for keeping kids safe in cars and the change in Georgia’s child restraint law.
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Bike Safety

Each year, more than 1.35 million children are seen in emergency departments with sports-related injuries. We work in the following areas to help kids stay healthy, active and safe so they can keep playing the sports they love. 

Risk Areas: Sports Injuries, Bicycle, Skateboard and Other Wheeled-Sport Injuries

Home Safety

Home Safety

Safe Kids Georgia’s home safety programming intersects with several of the other offered programs. This includes prevention of fires and burns, as well as safety around water, the home and on playgrounds. The home safety programs are also designed to address prevention of poisonings, including carbon monoxide. For children, preventing falls in the home is extremely important and many of the home safety programs educate parents to reduce the risk of falls. Additionally Safe Kids aims to raise awareness about toy safety and common causes of choking or suffocation through their home safety programming.

Fire Safety

Fire Safety

Injuries from fires and burns are some of the most painful and severe that children can suffer. Luckily, most of them can be prevented by making a few easy modifications to your home and teaching your family what to do in case of a fire emergency. Safe Kids Coalitions provide a variety of educational and demonstration programs to raise awareness with parents of ways to prevent injuries from fires, burns and scalds.

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