Health Department

Car Seats


Car Seat Inspections Lebanon Fire Department @ 765-482-8832 has certified child passenger safety technicians available to inspect car seats and educate parents and caregivers about car seat safety.    For an inspection, please bring the car seat, instruction booklet, vehicle, owner's manual and the child. For expectant parents, car seats can be inspected prior to your new arrival.   This is an education program for car seat safety. The technicians will inspect car seats and educate parents and caregivers about car seat safety. If a car seat is recommended for replacement and the parent or caregiver cannot afford a new car seat and is receiving government assistance; a replacement seat may be given. Donations are requested to assist in the purchasing of replacement seats.   Car seat inspections are done at the Public Safety Building located at 975 Lasley Drive in Lebanon. Inspection appointments are scheduled every Friday.


Here are a few tips:

  • Choose the car seat that fits your child and your vehicle

  • Check the manufacturer's directions for proper weight and use of the car seat

  • Children should remain rear facing for as long as possible

  • Children should remain in a 5-point harness as long as possible

  • The back seat is the safest position for the children

  • Backless boosters should only be used in seating positions with head rests

  • Safety belts should be worn low on the hips, across the chest and snug

  • It isn't just a law, it is an easy way to prevent injuries to infants and children


For additional information, you may also contact Automotive Safety Program at Riley Hospital for Children @ 1-800-KID-N-Car or visit  
The Boone County Health Department and Boone County Safe Kids have certified tech's who have completed the certification process and maintained their certification.
The Automotive Safety Program offers the 32 hour NHTSA Child Passenger Safety Training Program throughout the year. This course teaches the basics of child passenger safety, including:

  • Basic injury prevention

  • Crash dynamics

  • Federal role and safety standards

  • Proper use and installation of child safety seats

  • Misuse and incompatibility issues

  • Safety in vehicles other than passenger vehicles

  • Setting up and running a child safety seat clinic 

Cindy A. Murphy, RN

Administrator / Nursing & Vital Records Director

116 W Washington St, Suite B202 Lebanon, IN 46052

Office Hours

8 AM - 4 PM

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