LG생활건강, 한국장애인소비자연합과 생활용품 점자스티커 보급 등 위한 업무협약 체결
한국장애인소비자연합, 사회복지공동모금회와 공동으로 진행
<아래는 위 기사를 구글번역기로 번역한 영문기사 입니다.>
Signed a business agreement with LG H&H and Korea Disabled Consumers Association to distribute braille stickers for household goods
Conducted jointly with the Korea Disabled Consumers' Association and the Social Welfare Community Chest
[The story of the case / Reporter Park Yeon-pa] = LG H&H (CEO Seok-yong Cha) has signed a business agreement with the Korea Disabled Consumers Association to distribute braille stickers for household goods in order to support the safe and independent consumer life of the severely blind.
This project, which is the second to participate in 2020 following 2019, is to carry out the Braille sticker distribution project, a public service project of the Korea Consumers with Disabilities Association, and is jointly conducted with the Korea Consumers with Disabilities Association and the Social Welfare Community Chest.
LG H&H and the Korea Disabled Consumers Association signed a business agreement at the Korea Disabled Consumers Association in Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul on the afternoon of November 10. It was decided to carry out mutual cooperation related to public service projects.
LG H&H plans to provide 10 types, about 70 optional combination braille stickers so that they can be attached to various household items that are difficult to separate and use due to similar containers. For example, braille stickers made of kids, shampoo, lotion, etc. are used in combination as needed. This year's braille sticker will be made of antibacterial-treated material for the prevention of Corona 19 and will be provided to 13,500 people with severe visual impairments nationwide.
Heon-young Park, Managing Director of LG H&H's External Cooperation Division, said, “I deeply sympathize with the discomfort of the visually impaired that can occur in everyday consumer life, and to improve this even a little, I participated in the Braille sticker distribution business. "We will try to develop products that can be used safely and conveniently."
Lee Byung-don, CEO of the Korea Disabled Consumers Association, said, “Continuing support from LG H&H, the largest household goods company in Korea, is possible only with close consideration to customers and a management philosophy to create products for customers.” "It will help the vulnerable and visually impaired people to enjoy safe and convenient consumption."
<저작권자 ⓒ 사건의내막 무단전재 및 재배포 금지>