Child Restraint Systems. A multidimensional approach to strengthen their use. The case of Chile

This document summarizes the four main lines of action that made up the long-term policy for strengthening the use of RS in Chile: diagnosis and adaptation of vehicle design and technology; control of laws and regulations; education and development of institutional capacities; and communication and social marketing campaigns aimed at citizens to promote cultural change and strengthen the use of CRS.

Handbook: Addressing the Safety of Children as Passengers in Vehicles (in Spanish)

It is necessary that road safety moves from idea to action and becomes "state policy", that it occupies an important place in government programs and that society as a whole takes it as a major task in their work agendas, to prevent this "epidemic" from continuing to take the lives of children, ensuring their right to travel safely on the roads, a task that depends entirely on adults.

Observational Study on the Use of Safety Elements in Vehicles in Montevideo, Salto and Paysandú

Observational study on the prevalence of the use of safety elements in private vehicles, carried out in the cities of Montevideo, Salto and Paysandú, between May and June 2008

Child Restraint Systems in Latin America and the Caribbean. Analysis of Feasibility of Making its Use Mandatory.

Objective information is presented on the conditions in which countries find themselves in relation to CRS, which, based on a scientific diagnosis, will make it possible to take measures to reduce not only deaths but also permanent and temporary injuries in children associated with traffic accidents. (Only available in spanish)

Critical situation of children as vehicle occupants. Survey of Safety Equipment in Circulating Vehicles

The study is part of the research activities of the Road Safety Plan for Children - EDU-CAR, carried out by the Gonzalo Rodríguez Foundation

Survey on Behaviors, Opinions and Attitudes towards Traffic - Analysis of Road Crashes Involving Children in Uruguay

Comparative document pre and post public good campaign "Use a chair. Travel safely, arrive safely"