Enabling you to identify and mitigate the intrinsic risk in your operations, supply chains and business processes.
Evaluating how your products and services meet and exceed quality, safety, sustainability and performance standards.
Validating the specifications, value and safety of your raw materials, products and assets.
January 2019 Challenge has ended. The winner is Claudia Chau from CHIC DOLLS LTD.
Picasso said: “It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.”
We love our little ones to have fun while being safe at the same time. When selecting children art products such as Crayons, look for “Seals of Safety” on the goods packaging. This can ensure that the products have gone through rigorous testing and passes safety standards. Always check if the products are age-appropriate for your kids. Generally, school supplies are supposed to be safe for kids of all ages, but for younger kids, some supplies can pose health hazards such as choking from removable parts like erasers on pencils and ingestion of glue and paints.
Always be cautious about quality and safety when choosing children products in order to protect our beloved kids.
The Intertek Challenge
Imagine you are a primary school Arts teacher, teaching kids ranging from 6 years old to 12 years old. You are now shopping for school supplies for your students at a local stationery store, and in front of you there are two types of crayons namely Brand A and Brand B, both are manufactured in Hong Kong. Brand A is with fancy packaging which you believe the kids must love it very much, though you can’t see any indications saying the products have undergone any kind of safety testing. Brand B is packed plain, with a note saying “ Tested. Safe for kids of all ages”. But you are not sure if the kids love it.
Which brand will you buy?
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