A company helping Connecticut achieve safer windows statewide now lends one of its own employees to a national safety effort.

Chris Griffin, a sales engineer at Roto Frank of America Inc., has been named to the Window Safety Task Force (WSTF).

Chris Griffin will join the Window Safety Task Force.
Chris Griffin will join the Window Safety Task Force.

Comprising the American Architectural Manufacturers Association (AAMA), the Window and Door Manufacturers Association and the Screen Manufacturers Association, in cooperation with the National Association of Home Builders, the WSTF was established in 1997 to heighten the awareness of what parents and caregivers should do to help keep their homes and families safer from the risks of accidental falls.

Griffin has worked for Roto Frank since 2000 and is their representative for AAMA, the American Society for Testing and Materials International and the National Safety Council.

“I’m pleased to be representing Roto Frank of America on the Window Safety Task Force,” says Griffin. “The task force provides important information on how effective window safety practices and hardware can help significantly reduce the number of window-fall-related injuries, especially among children.”


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  1. Children being injured or killed from falling out of windows continues to be a serious problem, especially in the spring warm season.
    Our website http://www.windowsafety.ca helps parents educate their children of the dangers. The “Kids Section” has drawings that can be downloaded for the children to color and learn about the dangers.
    In 2014, the site had over 116,000 hits. Check it out!!
    Jim Parker. Chair, Canadian Window & Balcony Safety Committee

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