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Signs Put Heat on 'Kids in Hot Cars'

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Kidsafe

Kidsafe Victoria today said that support from the Lions Crimewatch Committee, local government, early childhood centres, the community and the Victorian Coalition Government, has seen messages about the dangers of leaving children unattended in cars reach thousands of families every day across the State.
   

Kidsafe - Is Your Child at Risk of Being Left In a Hot Car?

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Kidsafe Steps up Facebook Campaign on Kids Left in Hot Cars

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Hot Week puts Water on the Safety Agenda

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As temperatures are set to soar to over 40 degrees this week, Kidsafe Victoria has urged parents to focus on water safety while the children are home on school holidays. Babies and toddlers in particular need to be supervised vigilantly around water in the backyard swimming pool, at the beach and around rivers and dams in country areas.
   

Minister warns: leaving kids in hot cars can be dangerous

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As temperatures soared to 40 degrees today, Minister for Children and Early Childhood Development Wendy Lovell joined Kidsafe Victoria to warn parents about the dangers of leaving young children in hot cars.
   

National Kidsafe Day Awards Aim to Highlight Community Achievements in Child Injury Prevention

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Kidsafe, the Child Accident Prevention Foundation of Australia, has opened nominations for their annual National Kidsafe Day Awards this week. The aim of the awards is to recognise those in the local community who have made a significant contribution to child injury prevention.
   

Making a Safer World for Kids

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Kidsafe is partnering with Goodwill Freelancing to engage parents and children to think creatively about child injury prevention.
   

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