The CHAD safety seat child identification program has been developed as a result of a traffic accident involving a 13-month old boy named Chad. The baby-sitter who was driving was killed. Chad was injured but no one at the scene knew his identity. Only because an emergency room nurse recognized him could his parents be quickly located and his injuries be treated.
The National Board of the Travelers Protective Association, in keeping with the organization's WATCH THAT CHILD and MAKE SAFETY FIRST AND MAKE IT LAST slogans, has adopted the CHAD sticker program as a National Safety Program. Posts throughout the nation are encouraged to purchase these stickers bearing the TPA logo at a nominal cost and distribute them to local police and emergency medical agencies, schools, parent groups and any other organization interested in the safety of children.
The Association provides CHAD stickers through our Divisions. Contact your Division for more information.