The Window Covering Safety Council Partners With Design Star Kim Myles

Chic and Cordless is In Style Every Season New York, NY (September 23, 2014) – The Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC), a coalition of major U.S. manufacturers, importers and retailers of window coverings dedicated to educating parents and caregivers to only use cordless window covering...

September is Baby Safety Month

Use These Tips to Keep Your Home Safe NEW YORK, NY (September 8, 2014) – September is Baby Safety Month and is also an especially busy time for parents if toddlers and older children head back to school or daycare. Therefore, now is a good time to do a thorough walk through the home to ensure...

Child Safety Tips For Family Vacation

Make sure your summer home, hotel or rental is both safe and fun for kids   NEW YORK, NY (July 15, 2014) – Summertime is a key time for family getaways. Whether for the whole summer or just for a weekend, spending time away from home can provide unforgettable memories. When settling into...

SIX SUMMER SAFETY TIPS ALL PARENTS SHOULD FOLLOW

NEW YORK (June 4, 2014) – Summer is coupled with sun and fun for the family, but what can parents do to help ensure that their children stay safe while enjoying the beautiful weather? The Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC) urges parents and caregivers to follow these six simple tips to help...

How To Ensure Cord Safety During Spring Cleaning

PUT CHILD SAFETY ON THE “TO-DO” LIST THIS SPRING There’s more to spring cleaning than sprucing up NEW YORK, NY —Amidst the dusting and scrubbing of spring cleaning this year, it is imperative for parents and caregivers to check their home for any lurking household dangers. The...

Choose Cordless Window Coverings and Baby-Safe Home Furnishings!

Watch this informative news segment from The Daily Buzz to learn how to shop for cordless window coverings and other household items which are essential for homes with babies and young children! Children and window cords do not mix. Window cords can pose a potential strangulation hazard to young...

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