Celebrate Safely this Memorial Day

Memorial Day is the unofficial start of the summer season where everyone embraces enjoyable outdoor celebrations, barbeques and other family festivities. The Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC) is reminding parents and families with young children to take the necessary precautions to ensure their kids remain safe during all indoor and outdoor activities. Groups of young children can cover a lot of ground while their parents are busy hosting and enjoying ... Read More

Keep Moving Day Safe

NEW YORK, NY – As April and spring start, more and more families throughout the country will continue to move in higher numbers from now through the summer, according to the American Moving & Storage Association. During this often hectic time, it is important for families to not forget about safety in all the hustle and bustle of a move. The Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC) wants to remind parents that ... Read More

Spring Cleaning: Time to Rid your Home of Potential Dangers

NEW YORK, NY—It’s almost time to start your spring cleaning! In addition to de-cluttering and cleaning your home this spring, make safety a priority and rid your home of potential hazards. The  Window Covering Safety Council wants to help you keep your little ones safe this season. While some safety measures are routine, there are some potential dangers that you may be overlooking that can be dangerous for young children ... Read More

Keep Your Loved Ones Safe This Valentine’s Day

NEW YORK, NY – To some people Valentine’s Day is just a commercialized holiday and an excuse to eat sweets and candy until your heart is content. However, it is important to remember that it is also a time to celebrate and appreciate all those you love, especially your children. There is nothing quite like the love a parent has for their child and the desire to ensure that they ... Read More

New Study Released On Window Cord Safety Awareness

NEW YORK —The latest information compiled by Opinion Research Corporation’s Caravan® for the Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC) concluded that 85 percent of Americans surveyed are aware that the pull-cords on certain drapes and window blinds can pose a strangulation hazard to infants and young children.  Moreover, 76 percent of Americans surveyed are aware of the potential strangulation hazard associated with the interior cords running through the slats of some window ... Read More