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  • 1. He’s a killer. PLEDGE LOOK BEFORE YOU LOCK Pledge to Prevent Child Heatstroke in CarsHeatstroke in vehicles is the leading cause of all non-crash-related fatalities involving children 14 and younger.These deaths are completely preventable, and everyone in the community – especially parents and Head Start andchild care providers – have roles to play in protecting our children.With 550 heatstroke deaths of children in hot cars since 1998, I am committed to doing everything Ican to protect the child in my care.That’s why, as a parent, That’s why, as a Head Start or child careI pledge to: provider, I pledge to:• Call my Head Start or child care provider if my child • Call the parent of the child in my care if the child will be absent or arriving later than usual. doesn’t arrive on time.• Use these tips to remind myself there is a child in • Check every seat in a vehicle used to transport the vehicle: children to make sure there are no children remaining in the vehicle before I park and lock up. ŠŠ Write myself a note and place it where I’ll see it when I leave the vehicle. • Notify the authorities immediately if I see a child left ŠŠ Place my purse, briefcase, or something else unattended in a vehicle. I’m sure to need in the back seat so I’ll see the child in the vehicle. ŠŠ Keep an object in the car seat, such as a stuffed toy. Once the child is buckled in, I will place the object where I’ll see it before leaving the vehicle.• Notify the authorities immediately if I see a child left unattended in a vehicle.