Advanced Child Safety Solutions

Rollease Acmeda is dedicated to making sure our product offering is child safe and meets all government and industry safety standards. 

Legislation on Window Covering Safety


All companies manufacturing, distributing, or selling window covering products in the United States must continue to operate according to the voluntary window covering safety standards, ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2018. On June 1, 2024, the updated window covering standard, ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2022 will go into effect, requiring the vast majority of all window covering products sold in the United States to be cordless or to have inaccessible or short cords.  However, the standard does permit the use of continuous loop operating systems so long as a compliant tension device is used to prohibit the formation of a hazardous loop.  The industry’s voluntary standard has been repeatedly modified since 1996 to further enhance child safety as technology and innovation improved product design. 


Learn more about the legislation here.


Child Safe Solutions

Rollease Acmeda’s product lines are innovatively designed to keep up with the needs of our customers. We are expanding our range of cord-free solutions to include Easy Spring Air, a balanced shading system, and a range of basic child safe motorized solutions called Automate Basics.





Clutch Driven Child Safe Solutions


Clutch-driven manual shading systems are not going away. Our Chain Hold device allows for constant tension on the chain, ensuring product safety. Our optional Chain Shield provides an added layer of protection by limiting the amount of exposed chain.



Clutch Driven Child Safe Solutions

Eliminate free-hanging cords with our signature Easy Spring products. Our innovative auto-rise technology allows for a simple and easy-to-operate cord-free solution. Watch a recorded webinar on these child-safe systems to learn more.

Motorized Solutions

Clutch Driven Child Safe Solutions


Automate ™ Basics is our entry-level motorization solution that includes the Basics Wand Motor and the Basics Remote Motor. These systems can easily retrofit into existing shades allowing users to swap the clutch without needing to remake a shade. 



There are many resources available to further educate on the importance and seriousness of child-safety in the window covering industry. Here are a few invaluable resources to learn more about current regulations and support you in the movement to go #cordlessforkids.


safety-tags-and-labels-quick-reference-guide-1 Corded window coverings pose a strangulation hazard to your children and pets. Window covering manufacturers are obliged to provide warning labels and communicate the potentiality of hazardous window coverings. Here are examples of a standard warning label in compliance with the American National Standard for Safety of Corded Window Covering Products (ANSI) regulations and standards.

US Tags & Labels
Canada Tags & Labels
Instructions on proper Label/tag usage

For more information on the American National Standard for Safety of Corded Window Covering Product (ANSI/WCMA A. 100.1) voluntary standards activities click here.


Additional Window Covering Safety Tips 

Protect young curious minds from potential risks within your home and business with these best practices related to your home’s window coverings. Following the recommendations of the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (1), below are some precautions to take within a home with young children and pets.

  • Install only cordless window coverings.
  • If possible, replace corded window coverings with cordless options.
  • For homes with existing corded window coverings, follow these steps to reduce the risk of strangulation:
    • Keep all window covering cords well out of the reach of children and pets at all times.
    • Move and keep all furniture, cribs, beds, and climbable surfaces away from windows.
    • Make sure pull cords are adjusted to be as short as possible.
    • Continuous-loop pull cords on draperies, roller shades, and vertical blinds must be pulled tight and anchored to the floor or wall with a tension device such as our Chainhold Tension Device.

Child Safety