Thermal Industries Honors National Window Safety Week
April 02, 2009 13:30
Thermal Industries educates to increase awareness of window safety issues.
Pittsburgh, PA – Citing its mission of commitment, passion and enthusiasm to continuous improvement and excellence in products and services, Thermal Industries, Inc. today recognizes the upcoming National Window Safety Week, April 5–11. As part of this recognition, Thermal Industries is redoubling its education effort to increase awareness of window safety issues throughout its entire window manufacturing sales channel. Thermal Industries outreach before National Window Safety Week includes:
- Improved labeling: International child-falling-through-window-screen warning label, graphically calling out the dangers of children’s play around open windows with screens
- A strong message: “Kids Can’t Fly” warning labels and warning graphic included with all Thermal Industries windows
- Handy information: Window safety checklists from the National Safety Council and the United States Fire Administration are available on Thermal Industries’ corporate under the Remodel/Replace Resource Center, Window Safey page.
- Fun for consumers and their children: Thermal Industries offers downloads of the Window Safety Activity Book, a coloring and game book from the National Safety Council (NSC) that teaches children about window safety
Thermal Industries’ goal is to educate dealers on the best practices for their customers, the consumer, with information that helps save lives. The design of Thermal Industries warning label, with the falling-child graphic, makes it abundantly clear at the screen installation phase that Thermal Industries takes window safety seriously. This message is passed to customers through Thermal Industries website with a dedicated section on window safety. For more details on Thermal Industries, Inc. window safety information or to download their materials, go to their window safety webpage. For more details on National Window Safety Week, visit the NSC Web site at http://www.nsc.org/.