3M Tai­wan an­nounces child safety pro­tec­tion se­ries

The China Post - - LOCAL -

3M Tai­wan an­nounced its new in­volve­ment in the house­hold child safety in­dus­try by lo­cat­ing and re­search­ing po­ten­tial safety haz­ards through a child’s per­spec­tive.

Taipei City’s statis­tics in 2011 show chil­dren ages from 0 to 6 have a death rate of 73.32 per 100,000 peo­ple. Nearly 9.5 per­cent of them die due to ac­ci­dents, with 80 per­cent of the ac­ci­dents hap­pen­ing within their homes. Par­ents have be­gun to in­stall child safety prod­ucts in their homes, yet with the di­verse se­lec­tions on the mar­ket, ex­perts ad­vise par­ents to un­der­stand whether the prod­ucts are cer­ti­fied with in­ter­na­tional and na­tional testing stan­dards.

3M’s new­est chil­dren’s safety prod­uct line has been cer­ti­fied with world-class na­tional safety stan­dards through its prow­ess in in­no­va­tive so­lu­tions and thor­ough testing. 3M aims to pro­vide the safest so­lu­tions for con­cerned par­ents world­wide, and prod­ucts in­clude safety doorstops, locks, ta­ble edge pro­tec­tors and puz­zle mats.

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