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Safety standards

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Safety standards are standards designed to ensure the safety of products, activities and processes, etc. They may be advisory or compulsory and are normally laid down by an advisory or regulatory body that may be either voluntary or statutory. In October 2021, a fire raging through multiple floors of a diplated apartment block in Kaoshiung highlighted the lax standards in Taiwan.[1] China has recently experienced trouble with some of the post listed associations.


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  1. ^ "Taiwan woman faces execution over fire that killed 46". The Times of India. 21 January 2022.