Child-resistant and child-proof do not always coincide. A feature considered the former may be similar in design to past packaging, however, it is not child-proof. Certain regulations are in place in the UK and US that help companies test whether their packaging meets these standards.
We were exclusively interviewed by Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer to get our views on the difference between child-resistant and child-proof.
This article is taken from Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Packing Sourcer November 2017, pages 20-23. © Samedan Ltd