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The report from which this Executive Summary is compiled is U.S. Market for Household Safety and First Aid Care Products, and the full study abstract is as follows:
This Packaged Facts report presents a detailed performance analysis of the U.S.
household safety and care products market in 2004. Though there is no official
definition of what comprises this market, for the purpose of this report it has been
defined considering the safety and care items an average American household would
have and use in the event of an emergency.
Besides covering products like safety alarms and fire extinguishers, the report covers
ancillary products like batteries, which are required to power emergency tools like flashlights.
In addition, the report incorporates first-aid accessories and treatments, as these too would be
used in case of an emergency.
Six broad product categories — batteries, first-aid accessories, first-aid treatment, flashlights,
alarm systems and fire extinguishers — have been covered as a part of the household safety
market. Sub-categories within these broad product groups have also been discussed.
Key issues and trends affecting the overall market have been outlined and the different
product categories have been identified. The report identifies major players and brands and
analyzes their performance in terms of sales and market share. Based on data available at the
end of 2004, projections for the period 2005-2009 have been made.