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Hunter Douglas Group

Hunter Douglas Fabrication offers safe products 

Children are curious about the world around them, so even basic household items including window coverings can turn into potential hazards for them. 

Making our window blinds safe for homes with infants or young children is a top priority at all products and brands offered by Hunter Douglas Fabrication Sp.o.o.

Hunter Douglas has developed a wide range of window covering products to help reduce the risk of accidents. From cordless blinds to motorized operation we are continuously developing new products that are designed with safety in mind.

All brands offered by Hunter Douglas Fabrication Sp. z o.o. are committed to adhering to the European EN 13120 standard (Internal Blinds Performance Requirements incl. safety) as a minimum safety requirement. Read more about the many safety features in our products at brochure. 



General Advice:

Buyers and users of blinds should be aware of the hazards that can be posed by unrestrained cords, braids, loop chains and wires, which may be hazardous to young children.

The following guidelines should always be considered:

• Young children can be strangled by loops in pull cords, chains, tapes and inner cords that operate the product. They can also wrap cords around their necks.

• To avoid strangulation and entanglement, keep cords out of reach of young children.

• Move beds, cots and furniture away from window covering cords.

• Do not tie cords together.

• Make sure cords do not twist and create a loop.

• Install and use safety devices according to the installation instructions on these devices to reduce the possibility an accident.

Download our Child Safety brochure or ask your local sales office for advice on the best solution for your home.