Posts Tagged ‘ WIndow Safety Week ’

Window Safety Week: Educate Customers on How to Use Your Company’s Products

Apr 10th, 2024

by Angela Dickson The fenestration industry keeps a keen focus on safety around windows – including safety on the plant floor by employees and safety on the jobsite by installers. But what about the safe use of these products by homeowners? Windows serve an important role in our lives, by letting in natural light and […]

Let’s Educate to Celebrate Window Safety Week

Apr 6th, 2023

The first week of April brings the arrival of spring. Spring is when everyone wants to throw open their windows and let in some fresh air. But it’s also a time when accidents and falls from windows are more likely to happen. In 1997, the National Safety Council (N.S.C.) and the Window Safety Task Force […]

Window Safety Week Observed April 3-9: How Will you Spread the Word?

Apr 4th, 2022

In partnership with the National Safety Council, the Window Safety Task Force encourages parents and caregivers to recognize the importance of practicing window safety during Window Safety Week, being observed April 3-9. Though spring is arriving in most of North America, open windows any time of year can be dangerous for young children who are […]

Raising Awareness for Window Safety

Apr 8th, 2021

As they do each year, the door and window industry has put a spotlight on window falls during Window Safety Week, which takes place annually during the first full week of April. According to SafeKids Worldwide, an average of eight children age five and under die and more than 3,300 are injured each year from […]

Roto Marks Window Safety Week

Apr 3rd, 2018

As part of Window Safety Week, the Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council works to give parents and caregivers an understanding of how windows can be used to escape a fire or other emergency situations and to learn about safeguarding against accidental window falls. “The task force provides important information on how […]

Window Safety Week Focuses on Fall Prevention

Apr 2nd, 2018

The first full week in April is Window Safety Week, which the industry uses to raise awareness about the dangers of falls from windows in single-family and multifamily residences. The Window Safety Task Force of the National Safety Council was founded in 1997 to educate the public about the importance of practicing window safety year-round. […]

Window Safety Week: Why It Matters to Your Business

Apr 5th, 2017

The first week in April is Window Safety Week, and the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) hosted a webinar today that offered tips to help door and window companies spread this important message to customers. AAMA marketing manager Angela Dickson opened the webinar by reminding those listening that falls from windows can cause serious injury […]

AAMA Hosts Window Safety Webinar

Mar 24th, 2017

The American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA) will host a free webinar on window safety on April 5. The webinar, “Window Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility,” is scheduled from 11:30 a.m. to noon ET. It’s being presented in conjunction with the National Safety Council’s Window Safety Week, which runs April 3-9. AAMA marketing manager Angela Dickson will […]

It’s Window Safety Week: Here’s What to Tell Your Customers

Apr 7th, 2015

It’s important for door and window manufacturers and dealers to remind homeowners about safety. That’s why every April, the National Safety Council’s Window Safety Task Force sponsors Window Safety Week. This year, it’s running April 5-11. “Window safety is not only an important issue in our industry but in our daily lives, as proper precautions […]

Industry Educates Regarding Window Safety Week

Apr 10th, 2014

This week, April 6-12, is National Window Safety Week, sponsored by the National Safety Council, and some in the industry are doing their part to educate homeowners regarding this important topic. Simonton Windows reminds parents to be extremely cautious with open windows in the home. “Adults can never be too vigilant when it comes to […]