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NSC and the Window Safety Task Force established Window Safety Week in 1997 to heighten awareness of the actions homeowners can take to establish window safety and fall prevention as a year-round safety priority.
Window Safety Week, the first full week in April, coincides with the arrival of spring, when people naturally want to open the windows and let in fresh air. The goal of this observance is twofold: for families to understand the role of windows in escaping a fire or other emergency and to learn how to safeguard against window falls.
Print out the window safety brochure, checklist and kids' activity book and share them with family members so they are aware of their role in window safety.
Window Safety Week is in April, but we encourage you to practice window safety year-round. Lives depend on it.
The Window Safety Task Force in partnership with National Safety Council was formed in 1997 to promote greater awareness of window safety. Members include representatives of the American Architectural Manufacturers Association, the Window & Door Manufacturers Association and the Screen Manufacturers Association in cooperation with the National Association of Home Builders and other organizations, as well as leading manufacturers of windows, doors and screens.
The NSC Window Safety Task Force has compiled information you can use to promote window safety.
Protect children from falls while still keeping windows accessible for escape during a fire.
Get the whole family involved with window safety by sharing this fun activity book with your children.
You promise your child, "I'll always keep you safe." But it takes more than promises.
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