Mirrors to prevent collision effectively on hallway in Deaf school

December 11, 2015

Katsushika-ku, Tokyo:

The mirror manufacturing sales company which delivers a mirror for onboard to a worldwide airplane manufacturer installed 22 anticollision mirrors in the end of last year in the Tokyo Metropolitan Katsushika School for the Deaf for free of charge.

The school has about 200 children and students from preschool to high school. The school officials said they have told the children and students not to run through a hallway. However there was a lot of collision around the dining room and the teachers' room.

After about one month later since the mirror installation, the result of a questionnaire showed that collision between the children and with a staff decreased dramatically.


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