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Sarah Haverstick

Safety Advocate

Evenflo Company Inc

HQ Phone:  (937) 773-3971

Direct Phone: (937) ***-****direct phone

Email: s***@***.com

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Evenflo Company Inc

1801 Commerce Drive

Piqua, Ohio,45356

United States

Company Description

Evenflo designs, engineers and tests its products with safety as its number-one priority. When Evenflo believes that a recall is warranted, it voluntarily takes steps to do so. Despite the small number of complaints alleging difficulty unlatching the harness...more

Background Information

Employment History

Member, Safe Children Program

Children's Hospital


Safe Kids Coordinator

The National SAFE KIDS Campaign


Safe Children Program Manager

Vanderbilt University


Safe Children Program Manager

Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital


Affiliations

National Child Passenger Safety Board

Board Member


Web References(42 Total References)


Mind, Body, Babies - Education, Support & Unique Baby Goods

www.mindbodybabies.com [cached]

"Child safety is at the forefront of every decision we make," said Sarah Haverstick, Evenflo Safety Advocate.


www.tapgenes.com

"Remember to take off bulky coats before placing your child in his/her car seat, as coats can compress during a crash," advises Sarah Haverstick, Evenflo's Safety Advocate and certified Child Passenger Safety Technician.
She recommends placing a coat on the child backwards after he or she has been safely secured in the car seat or simply keeping a stash of blankets in the car to tuck in around the baby after the car seat is buckled in.


www.harrellandharrell.com

"If your child is only able to use the Transitions seat in harnessed mode because of his or her size and you've observed your child pulling back the seat pad to access the central front adjuster, please discontinue using the seat until you've installed the free remedy kit," Evenflo Safety Advocate Sarah Haverstick said in a recent media release and consumer notice.
"If your child is 40 pounds and 43 inches tall, fitting the requirements for using the seat in its two belt-positioning modes, or is not pulling back the seat pad in harnessed mode, the seat may be used safely until your remedy kit arrives. "Evenflo identified this safety concern through our regular review of customer feedback," Haverstick added.


www.prweb.com

"Evenflo identified this safety concern through our regular review of customer feedback," said Evenflo Safety Advocate Sarah Haverstick.
"We're working closely with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and publicizing the voluntary campaign via mail to registered consumers, notices to retailers and updates to social media channels. The safety of your children is of the greatest important to us," she said. The free remedy kit can be ordered at http://www.transitions.evenflo.com, or by contacting Evenflo at 1-800-233-5921, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. "If your child is only able to use the Transitions seat in harnessed mode because of his or her size and you've observed your child pulling back the seat pad to access the Central Front Adjuster, please discontinue using the seat until you've installed the free remedy kit," said Haverstick. "If your child is 40 pounds and 43 inches tall, fitting the requirements for using the seat in its two belt-positioning modes, or is not pulling back the seat pad in harnessed mode, the seat may be used safely until your remedy kit arrives," she said.


www.parenting.com

Sarah Haverstick, safety advocate and certified Child Passenger Safety Technician for Evenflo, reminds parents, "Everyone in the car should be buckled up on every ride, and children should be in an appropriate car seat or booster seat.
According to Haverstick, "Anything that is not secured could potentially become a projectile in the event of a crash. Haverstick recommends the new harness buckle pockets on select Evenflo car seats that help store these metal tongues out of the sun.


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