30,000 children trap and seriously injure their fingers in doors every year in the UK and 1,500 of these will require surgery. These injuries cost the NHS over £200 million. Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

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Safehinge created their first finger guard in 2005 as they were concerned by the number of children that found them themselves with injuries due to trapped fingers.

Safehinge offers an elegant solution to the problem by eliminating the dangerous gap created by conventional hinges.

They may have started out protecting children's fingers but they are now the market-leader in door safety, working across a number of different sectors.