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Quality and safety

We see providing babies and small children with maximum protection to be the central task of our safety mission. Over the years, with this mission in mind, we have consistently increased the standards for own products and suppliers and developed products that exceed legal requirements. We are constantly expanding our network, and we maintain active cooperation with experts in various fields in order to accumulate know-how.

We also capitalise on our own targeted developments, which make use of our high-quality requirements—from idea to finished product. As an active participant on European regulatory committees, we play a role in the establishment of new standards to increase the quality and safety requirements set for safety products and to provide even better protection for your children against accidents.

For us, safety does not stop with the finished product. We take raising awareness and explaining the dangers of accidents to parents and caregivers very seriously. Experts estimate that almost 60% of all childhood accidents could be prevented through education and use of simple safety solutions.

Working together for more child safety

To set the bar higher, we work with experts in various fields, actively promoting more child safety:

  • We regularly collaborate with independent testing institutions—such as SLG and TÜV—to conduct intensive testing and verification of our products.
  • We are an active member of the German Institute for Standardization (DIN) and of the international regulatory committee: thus, we can expand our knowledge, use our experience and impose stricter requirements for safety and user-friendliness.
  • As a founding member of the Global Alliance for Child Safety (GACS), we have joined forces with other international companies that have set the same goal for themselves: improving children’s safety throughout the world. Regular meetings make it possible to share experience and knowledge on the topic of child safety. Our goal is not only to improve our own products, but also to raise the international requirements for safety products in cooperation with official authorities and regulatory committees to a level that is safe for children.
  • As an active member of the non-profit national association More Safety for Children (BAG), we regularly analyse current accident statistics. The sad truth is that in our developed and presumably well-informed society, more than 1.7 million children suffer accidents in Germany every year. Of these, 300,000 accidents take place in the home. For children under 4 years old, more than 60% of all accidents take place at home. Together with BAG, we want to work more on education.

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