How we keep our product safe?

Safety is key in our product development process

From the initial concept to the final product, our experience team rigorously scrutinises each step of the manufacturing process. We adhere to strict quality control protocols that include in-depth material inspections, product performance tests, and assessments of compliance with relevant safety standards. By continuously monitoring and improving our procedures, we ensure that every product meets the highest safety benchmarks before it reaches our customers.

How do we know the product is safe?

Our commitment to safety extends to the sourcing of materials and components used in our products. We collaborate with trusted suppliers who share our values and maintain a track record of supplying certified and safe materials. All components undergo thorough testing and verification to guarantee their reliability and suitability for our products.

The industrial standard and certification

Health & Personal Care Certification

All of our First Aid Kit products contain a valued ARTG number printed on the package. The ARTG is the public database of therapeutic goods that can be legally supplied in Australia. You can search the ARTG to find details of TGA ( therapeutic goods approved ) for supply.  More information regarding TGA or ARTG, please click here

Textile Standard 

In principle, all textile articles in every stage of processing are suitable for a STANDARD 100 certification, starting from the threads to the finished fabrics and finished articles. All our memory foam products contain the OEKO-TEX standard 100 certificate number: (18.HCN.42834) More information regarding OEKO-TEX and their organisation, please click here

Electrical Safety Test

All electrical equipment imported, and sold in, Australia must be proven to be electrically safe. All electrical products, regardless of use, must comply with AS/NZS 3820 which is the general electrical safety standard. 

High-risk scenarios that could be easily avoided by purchasing a product with the proper SAA certificate, and you can sleep easy knowing your electrical appliance is safe.  An uncertified product could come with defective which could increase the chance of fire, power surges, arc faults and other serious consequences.

SAA is the abbreviation of Standards Association of Australia, and is Australia's standards development body. 

All of our powerboards, lead extension and adaptors are SAA and CE certificated.

Food Grade Material

Our drink bottle and bamboo kitchenware are all meet the food grade standard. Including the SUS304 and Food grade content test, Stainless steel 304 is usually used for kitchen appliances and equipment.  Food grade content test is a comprehensive evaluation performed by independent laboratories to assess whether a product is safe for direct contact with food. The test involves analysing various aspects of the product, including its composition, chemical properties, and potential contaminants, to ensure it meets stringent safety standards.


Water Resistant Test

Our Brillar outdoor lighting range meet the IPX4 water resistant standard. 

The IP rating determines how resistant something is to environmental elements. Most IP numbers read IPXX: each “X” being a placeholder for a number. The first number represents the level of resistance to dust/particles and the second representing its ability to withstand liquid. To get a better idea how the IP rating system works, here’s a quick breakdown.

  • IPX0 – No protection
  • IPX1 – Protects from dripping water
  • IPX2 – Protects from vertically dripping water
  • IPX3 – Protects from sprays up to 60°
  • IPX4 – Protects from splashing water, no matter the direction
  • IPX5 – Protects from water jets at any direction
  • IPX6 – Protects from powerful water jets
  • IPX7 – Protects in water up to 3 feet (1 meter)
  • IPX8 – Protects when immersed in water over 3 feet