Consumer Bill of Rights

By: Quintin Trowbridge

The right to be safe

The Right to Safety is about consumers getting injured by products that can be dangerous.

Examples: 1. Don't vacuum with toys on the ground. 2. Don't aim a gun to yourself

The right to be informed

The Right to Be Informed is about providing people enough information on what to do at work.

Examples: 1. To know what ingredients are in a jar. 2. Remind customers what the safety's are for buying a product like a blender

The right to choose

The Right to Choose means that people need to be able to choose what company they want to get there things from.

Examples: 1. If there is a food product that tastes better than another company's version, you should be able to buy which one you want. 2. If there is a brand of clothing people like over another brand, they need to have a choice on which one to get.

The right to be heard

The Right to Be Heard gives people the ability to speak up and give opinions about things.

Examples: 1. If people at work are getting underpaid, they need to speak up. 2. If your getting bullied during your job you need to speak up.

The right to satisfaction of basic needs

The Right to Satasfaction of Basic Needs means people need to have access to food, water, shelter, and more.

Examples: 1. If you are poor, you can go to the local food bank. 2. If you don't have shelter, maybe because of a storm, go to the Red Cross.

The right to redress

The Right to Redress means people should get a refund if they buy something and it gets ruined right away.

Examples: 1. If you buy a sweater and it shrinks in the wash, you should get a refund. 2. If you buy a pack of gum, which when you open it, it has no gum, you should get a refund.