Proactive Child Security

  • 330 views
Uploaded on

 

  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Be the first to comment
    Be the first to like this
No Downloads

Views

Total Views
330
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2

Actions

Shares
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0

Embeds 0

No embeds

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
    No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems
  • 2. The “Unthinkable” Facts In 2010 there were at least forty-nine deaths of children in the United States due to hyperthermia (heat stroke) from being in hot vehicles. In the previous year (2009) there were a total of at least 33 such fatalities in the United States due to hyperthermia after they were left in hot cars, trucks, vans and SUVs. Since 1998 there have been at least a total of 494 of these needless tragedies. These incidents can occur on days with relatively mild (i.e., ~ 70oF) temperatures and that vehicles can reach life-threatening temperatures very rapidly. ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 2
  • 3. U.S. Hyperthermia DeathsHyperthermia Deaths of Children in Vehicles by Jan Null, CCM, Department of Geosciences, SFSU ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 3
  • 4. The Facts “Heat Up” The temperature inside a vehicle can rise about 19°F in 10 minutes. Within 30 minutes, the temperature inside a vehicle can rise to 120°F when its 85°F outside. Children left unattended in hot cars account for 24% of fatalities. Childrens thermoregulatory systems are not as efficient as an adults and their body temperatures warm at a rate 3 to 5 times faster than an adult’s. Children that have died from vehicular hyperthermia in the United States (1998-2010) have ranged in age from 5 days to 14 years. More than half of the deaths are children under 2 years of age. ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 4
  • 5. Distractions Lead to Disaster The non primary parent is requested to take the child to daycare on the way to work, is focused on the work day ahead, and forgets child is in car. Parent/caregiver is distracted by a phone call or another person, and leaves child who has fallen asleep in safety seat placed in back seat of automobile (by law). Parent/caregiver decides to quickly run into the store for “a minute.” Parent/caregiver unlocks door to house and rushes to answer ringing phone or is distracted by other children, forgetting baby in car safety seat. ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 5
  • 6. Global Problem The statistics provided only apply to reported deaths in the United States, but the problem is a global one. Hyperthermia deaths of children left in cars have been reported in other regions of the world as well—including Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and the Caribbean. The most conscientious and responsible parents/caregivers from all walks of life have found themselves in the “unthinkable” situation of leaving a child in the car due to changes in the normal routine of their busy lives. ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 6
  • 7. The Solution Baby Alert International offers two car safety seat monitoring systems that provide proactive protection for infants and toddlers: ChildMinder® ChildMinder® Infant-Toddler Smart Clip System Smart Pad System ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 7
  • 8. ChildMinder® Smart Clip SystemThe ChildMinder system installation takes less than three minutes. Simply replace yourchilds safety seat chest clip with the ChildMinder systems smart clip and place thekey ring alarm unit on your automotive key ring. Alarm is activated six seconds afterthe parent/caregiver has moved more than 15 feet from the child in the child safetyseat. Features:  Digital Wireless Technology  Easy installation  Automatic self-off for battery conservation  Dual low battery indicator system  Moisture resistant  Learning Feature on Key Ring Alarm Unit ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 8
  • 9. ChildMinder® Infant-Toddler Smart Pad SystemThe Smart Pad should be placed between cushions or under the cushion of the child safetyseat and place the key ring alarm unit on your automotive key ring. Once the child is seatedin the safety seat, the Smart Pad System passively monitors your child in his/her safety seat.Alarm is activated six seconds after the parent/caregiver has moved more than 15 feet fromthe child in the child safety seat. Features:  Digital Wireless Technology  Easy installation  Automatic self-test  Self Deactivation  Low battery indicator  Learning Feature on Key Ring Alarm Unit ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 9
  • 10. Smart Clip Installation Example: ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 10
  • 11. Smart Clip Installation Example (continued): ChildMinder® Safety Seat Monitoring Systems 11
  • 12. Proactive Child Safety“…why trust your child’s safety to chance?” www.babyalert.info Informacion: 787.209.9077 email-babyalertpr@gmail.com Blog- babyalertpr.blogspot.com