Congratulations on taking the first step toward gaining a deeper understanding of the complex nature of children’s product design safety. At Kids In Danger, or KID, we have spent the last two decades fighting for product safety and are thrilled to be able to offer the KID Design Safety Toolkit as a free resource for anyone who designs children’s products. We have relied on the expertise of thought-leaders from all facets of product design, development, manufacturing and marketing to deliver meaningful and action-oriented content to help you design the hazards out before your product is even in prototype. It will take you approximately 3 hours to complete the Toolkit.
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The KID Design Safety Toolkit covers the following topics:
- Why it’s imperative to keep the end-user in mind from the very beginning
- The value of research and how to incorporate it at any budget level
- How to design to encourage intuitive and safe use
- How to market with an eye toward safety
- Age grading and developmental considerations
- Understanding consumer behavior and designing to ensure safety in real world use
The course curriculum is delivered by a cross-functional team of experts in children’s products across all facets of development, from product design to research, safety, testing, legal, manufacturing, marketing and more. It’s the ultimate master class designed to benefit anyone who works in the children’s products industry. Click here to see who contributed and supported the KID Design Safety Toolkit. To learn more or talk to KID about the toolkit, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Design Safety Toolkit is a must-do turbo-booster for those looking to get a product to market; rookie and pro alike.
—Keith Rhoades, Global Injury Research Collaborative, Inc.
This Toolkit offers a comprehensive course from a multidisciplinary team of professionals all interested in improving product safety, and I’m honored to be part of it.
—Erin Mannen, Assistant Professor and the Director of the Boise Applied Biomechanics of Infants Laboratory at Boise State University
Helping new entrepreneurs and selling partners gain the knowledge and know how they need to develop and sell safe products benefits all consumers.
—Mark Fellin, Amazon’s Head of Product Trust & Regulatory Compliance
Bringing together KID’s network of experts, real-world use cases, and knowledge across a broad range of product categories into an accessible knowledge platform is a pivotal moment in advancing children’s product safety.
— Jen Loesch, CEO of BreathableBaby
Regulatory compliance does not necessarily mean that a product is safe…the KID Toolkit provides everyone with the resources needed to help ensure that their children’s products are safe.
—Susan DeRagon, Senior Business Development Manager at QIMA and industry veteran