Posts Tagged ‘ National Window Safety Week ’

Andersen Sponsors LookOut for Kids Program Amid Safety Week

Apr 10th, 2019

The Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council has designated this week Window Safety Week, encouraging parents and caregivers to recognize the importance of proper precautions and awareness. “It only takes seconds for a preventable window fall to occur,” says Becky Turpin, director of Home and Community Safety at the National Safety Council. […]

It’s National Window Safety Week: 8 Tips to Keep Kids Safe

Apr 3rd, 2017

As spring arrives, the National Safety Council’s Window Safety Task Force encourages everyone to recognize the importance of practicing window safety during Window Safety Week, being observed in 2017 from April 2-8. However, open windows any time of year can be dangerous for young children who are not properly supervised. While the number of falls […]

Window Falls Bill Halted Just Before National Window Safety Week

Apr 5th, 2013

Proposed legislation, aimed at preventing window falls, failed in the Iowa House of Representatives Wednesday after initially passing the Iowa Senate. Senate File 381 (SF381) was sidelined for the remainder of the year mere days before the start of National Window Safety Week. Driven by the death of four-year-old Hannah Geneser, who fell from a […]

Guest Blog: It’s Time to Talk Safety

Apr 3rd, 2012

As the weather gets warmer, our minds not only turn toward the industry’s busy season, but also toward spring cleaning, playing golf, barbecues, graduation parties and family vacations. Without a doubt, we are ready to put on shorts, open the windows and finally let in some fresh air. But, as the windows open, so does […]