Jan 18, 2019 Market Comments Off on The Standards Inspection Bureau of the Ministry of Economic Affairs reminds the safety precautions for the use of folding table products.
The media reported that the 8-year-old girl from Chiayi was found to have failed to meet the law. The Bureau of Standards and Inspection of the Ministry of Economic Affairs said that it had sent personnel to investigate and understand the cause of the accident, and to conduct market sample inspection. If the test found that the product had safety concerns, the standard The Inspectorate will require the operator to improve, recycle or destroy it within a time limit in accordance with the relevant provisions of the Consumer Protection Act. If necessary, the company operator may be ordered to immediately stop the design, production, manufacture, processing, import, distribution or service of the commodity. .
In order to ensure the safety of the use of folding tables, the Standards Inspection Bureau will invite relevant industry players to hold briefing sessions, and as soon as possible, the "equivalent table" will be listed as mandatory inspection products, and the inspection will be carried out according to the national standard CNS 15185 "Folding Table". Safety test items such as visual inspection, operational inspection, safety device reliability test, stability test, accessible hole and gap test.
In order to prevent accidents caused by children's pinch accidents caused by folding tables, the Standards and Inspections Bureau specifically called on manufacturers or importers to implement product safety and labeling to protect consumer rights and remind consumers to use folding table products. Be sure to buckle the safety device, especially the children must not move or climb the folding table, and should avoid children playing around the folding table; when not using the folding table, it should be stored and stored in a place that is not easily accessible to children. In order to effectively prevent accidents such as pinching, crushing or jamming of children by folding tables.
Source: Ministry of Economic Affairs R.O.C