W.A.T.C.H summer safety tips—to help keep kids safe from outdoor injuries while spending more time at home during COVID-19.
During the pandemic, while kids are spending more time at home, W.A.TC.H. (World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc.) is committed to helping families keep kids safe. Promote toy safety and donate to W.A.T.C.H. on Giving Tuesday!
W.A.T.C.H launches its #SHOUTsafety campaign emphasizing the importance of sharing safety information to help reduce preventable injuries.
Thank you to Todd Kazakiewich and WCVB Channel 5 Boston for sharing WATCH's summer safety messages and helping to keep kids safe! W.A.T.C.H
TODAY national investigative correspondent Jeff Rossen joins Megyn Kelly TODAY to warn about some of the most dangerous toys of the holiday season, including a pony pull toy whose long string presents a potential choking hazard; a hard plastic sword; a drone with sharp, spinning blades, and a Nerf crossbow that packs plenty of impact.
Director of the consumer safety group W.A.T.C.H, James Swartz joins The Doctors to share about "the most dangerous toys this year."
On June 21st, W.A.T.C.H. presented its Summer Safety Report for 2017.
WATCH is out with its 10 most dangerous toys of 2016.
(Boston, MA—Nov. 15, 2016) World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. (W.A.T.C.H.) today revealed its nominees for the “10 Worst Toys of 2016”.
Hoverboards, kiddie pools, and toy guns are among the playthings on a consumer watchdog's annual list of hazardous summer toys. The World Against Toys Causing Harm, also known as W.A.T.C.H., has released a worst toys list for more than 30 years now.