Child Resistant Folding Box logo by IGBressan
The Child Resistant Carton Packaging by IGB allows children to be protected easily and safely from accidental medicines intake as required by current European and American regulations
An example of a drug box that opens with a security key
Certified packaging in the prevention of drug intoxication by children
Drug intoxication by children is one of the most common domestic accidents: Despite the necessary precautions, it can happen that the medicines boxes are within the reach of children and the pills or drug tablets can be exchanged by the children themselves for candies as well as syrups or mouthwashes may seem like sweet drinks.
These reasons alone largely justify to use the child resistant box for selling medicines and drugs. The reference standards for certifying the effectiveness of pharmaceutical packaging for the protection of children are ISO 8317 and for the USA is 16 CFR 1700.20. IGB respects and certifies its packaging according the current regulations.
Child Resistant Folding Box: A simple and effective solution to prevent Children's Intoxication from drugs
Drug poisoning is one of the most common accidents among children because drugs are often within their reach and because the youngest are attracted by colorful pills that look like candies and by the sweet taste of syrups.
This causes many serious injuries everyday in the world.
Keeping children away from dangerous substances and using child resistant folding boxes for medicines is the key to preventing accidents.
ISO 8317 for Europe and 16 CFR 1700.20 for the US certify the effectiveness of child resistant packaging.
The Range of IGB CR packaging
The IGB child resistant carton looks like a regular box and has an automatic locking system that small kids are not able to operate.
The range features two product lines: single use and multiple use cartons.
The box comes with a key and can be easily opened by adults with its key or with everyday objects like, for instance, a regular key or a pen cap.
The multiple use cartons, after the first opening, can be opened even without any key while remaining Child Resistant.
The multiple use cartons also have tamper evident features.
Both product lines can come with a blister pack locking feature which turns box and blister, as a whole, into primary packaging.
The Child Resistant Packaging by IGB: an Easy and Effective Solution for all Pharmaceutical Products
IGB’s Research & Development team has developed and mass-produced an innovative child resistant folding box that looks like a regular folding box, equipped with a locking system. The box comes with a lock and a key. If the key is lost, the child-resistant folding box can be easily opened by adults with everyday objects like a pen cap. Children under five are not able to do that.
Certified Packaging: Resistant to Children, Easy for Elders
Once the key is removed, the box can be relocked just by closing it like a standard box.
The unique feature of IGB child resistant folding box is its key. Without the key, neither an adult nor a child are able to access the content without destroying the packaging. However, children won’t be able to do that as IGB child resistant folding box i’s made of a tear-resistant cardboard that children cannot rip-open.
The innovative opening and closing system makes the IGB child resistant folding box also easy to open for elder people.
IGB Child Resistant Folding Box:
- Comes with a key
- Is made of a tear-resistant cardboard that children cannot rip-open
- Relocks automatically when closed
- Can easily be opened by adults and elders
IGB child resistant cartons are available in different sizes and with blisters. IGB can develop custom made boxes to address specific needs.
The IGB Child Resistant Folding Box brings many advantages to the production process:
- Has been designed to be mass packaged on standard pharmaceutical packaging lines
- Does not require investments in special equipment
- Does not require changes or updates to the packaging process
- Does not require special components, like plastic shells or trays
- Does not slow down the packaging process
- Is also suitable for manual packaging
IGB Child Resistant folding box passed strict tests requiring 3 levels of performance:
Children aged 42 to 51 months: