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Why do you need SAFEMAIL?

The statistics speak for themselves:
In the latest Consumer Product Safety Commission's Annual Report to Congress(1997), it was estimated that through the use of various products:

During This One Year Period Alone:

Over 3700 people were killed. Of these tragic deaths over 700 were children under 5 years old!

Over 11 Million people were injured. 1.6 Million were children under 5!

  • It is estimated that 9000 people per year die from contaminated food in the United States.  81 million more are sickened each year.  Alerts were sent out concerning over 560 separate issues during 1998 alone.

  • We have thousands of recalls in our database! Below is a list of the categories Safety Alerts maintains with the recent number of current recalls in each.  These are products that could be in your freezer - or products that your children could be playing with right now.

**The numbers in the following tables are NOT updated frequently.

Food (hundreds)
Infant/Child Items (well over 100)
Toys (over 150)
Child Car Seats (80)
Autos (hundreds)
Drugs/Medicines (hundreds)
Appliances (over 90)
Electrical Items (over 70)
Household items (over 60)
Outdoor Items (over 40)
Sports items (over 50)
Clothing (over 20)
Furniture (over 20)
Vitamins (9)
Cosmetics/Hygiene (over 10)

 

Still not convinced?  Lets test your memory.

 

 
..relatively recent safety alerts - how many do you recognize?

DATE

Quantity, Product, Manufacturer Reason...
...11/4/98... 1.5 million lbs., Franks, Hot dogs, Lunch Mts....3 Brand names Listeria monocyto...

(The recall above is NOT the highly publicized Bil Mar recall that appears causal in recent deaths)

...11/24/98... 359,000 lbs. of ground beef...Colorado Boxed Beef Co E.COLI  O157:H7
...10/7/98... 144,000 GFCI Circuit Breakers...Siemens Energy Electrocution risk
...11/18/98... Cashew Nougat Cookies (Archway Home Style)...Ellison Bakery Glass potential
...9/8/98... 22,000 Hike 'N Roll child carriers...Evenflo Strangulation risk
...11/25/98... Frozen Mexican Appetizers...S.A.N.A. Internacional Listeria monocyto...
...9/3/98... 50,000 Fold 'N Go Care Centers...Century Suffocation risk
...11/10/98... 226,000 Top Corded Vacuum Cleaners...Electrolux Shock/Burn hazard
...10/7/98... 39,300 Portable Heaters...Royal Centurian Fire hazard
...11/18/98... Mylanta Maximum Strength Cherry Lq. ...Johnson & Johnson Mislabeling
...11/5/98... 660,000 corded electric screwdrivers...DeWalt Shock hazard
Well - How did you do?

Can you afford to miss even ONE alert on food that has been contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes?, or E. Coli 0157:H7, or Salmonella?

It happens MUCH more frequently than you know!

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