Posts Tagged ‘products’
This issue has been in the news lately. Sharing a recent article about the dangers associated with laundry “pods”.
Rise in Kids Eating Laundry Detergent “Pods”
That Look Like Candy
Just came across this new mobile site. Thought I would share…
KID announces the release of its new mobile website feauturing Recalled Product Search powered by WeMakeItSafer.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) May 24, 2012 Today, Kids In Danger (KID) announces the release of its new mobile website. The new site, accessible by visiting KidsInDanger.org from any mobile device, combines the life-saving information of the KID desktop website with WeMakeItSafer’s powerful Recalled Product Search application.
For both organizations, making product safety and recall information more accessible is a key component to their missions. Working together to bring a comprehensive, user-friendly Recall Search app to consumers, wherever they may be, was a natural fit.
“When we began the research and development for WeMakeItSafer back in 2007, KID was the only organization addressing the problems associated with getting product recall information into the hands of consumers,” said Jennifer Toney, CEO of WeMakeItSafer. “We have tremendous respect for KID’s work and were honored when they asked to use our technology for their new mobile site.”
The purpose of incorporating the recall search into the mobile website was to ensure parents can access information about recalled products on the go, for example, when they are shopping at garage sales or flea markets.
“We chose WeMakeItSafer to power our search because, unlike other recall search applications, WeMakeItSafer has the technology to capture all of the CPSC recalls,” explained Nancy Cowles, KID’s Executive Director. “We wanted to make sure site visitors could rely on our search results.” Read the rest of this entry »