Stationery can not be angular, with burrs, can not be stabbed, the top of children's scissors should be arc... China's first national standard for the safety requirements of student stationery, the "General Requirements for the Safety of Student Supplies" was officially implemented. After the introduction of the requirements, student supplies that do not meet the technical specifications and safety standards will not be sold in the market. At the same time, the quality and light safety of the stationery industry will also be expected to improve.
It is understood that some stationery on the booth does not have any manufacturer's logo, and some stationery is full of foreign language that cannot be understood; there are several kinds of quality certification standards, such as “passing ISO9001”, “conforming to international standards”, “up to European and American standards”, etc. The text that can explain the environmental performance is basically "self-selling and boasting", such as "health, environmental protection, safety and non-toxic". These stall owners generally look at the price and function when purchasing the goods, and rarely care about the manufacturer and safety issues.
The staff of the Municipal Quality Supervision Bureau reminds:
First of all, "environmental protection, non-toxic" should be given priority, try to buy stationery in regular shopping malls and stores. Stationery such as paintings, erasers, and correction fluids should be marked with the words “environmental protection, non-toxicity”, clearly indicating the product name, implementation standards, manufacturer name, site, warning terms, matters needing attention during use, date of manufacture, and shelf life. And so on.
Finally, consider the safety issue. Manual scissors and blades should be rounded and should not be sharp. Note that the cap should be safe. The diameter of the cap should be greater than 16 mm. The pen cap should have a continuous air of at least 6.8 mm2. Channel, this can reduce the risk of suffocation after the user swallowed; exercise books, textbooks can not be too white (brightness should be no more than 85%), too white will stimulate, damage the students' eyes, affecting vision. More and more families are aware of the health risks of children's schoolbags and fixed backpack postures. Therefore, in recent years, this burden reduction bag has also emerged. When visiting the stationery area, it is not difficult to find that environmentally-friendly burden-reducing schoolbags from Germany and Japan have gradually entered the students' field of vision. Prices range from two to three hundred to two thousand. These environmentally-friendly burden-reducing bags claim to be more ergonomically designed. The materials are 100% recyclable and contain no harmful materials or pigments. "Although the price is not cheap, but the schoolbag is too heavy, it is also worthwhile for the children who are still developing to protect the spine." Many parents responded.
Some companies are ingenious in producing ballpoint pens and pencils from recyclable materials such as eco-friendly kraft paper. They also use DIY to bring some paper desktop stationery, which can be used as a storage pen case and a pen holder. The board is used, and one thing is used. These paper stationerys are novel in workmanship, can be reloaded when the paper is used up, recycled, and feel thick and environmentally friendly.