“Smart Baby Care” joining the 25th International Baby/Children Products Expo

The “Smart Baby Care” (SBC) will join the 25th International Baby/Children Products Expo at the Extension Hall 1, Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Wanchai from 4 to 7 August 2017.

The SBC booth is located at L19. Free consultation service on post-natal and child care will be provided by the SBC consultants on-site on 5 and 6 August (Sat and Sun) at 2:00pm to 4:00pm. An experienced pediatric nurse will speak on “Common skin problems of infants and their treatments” on 6 August (Sun) at 6:30pm to 7:00pm, at the seminar held by the organiser.

Participants who have completed a simple questionnaire can redeem a “Baby Life Record Booklet” for free. The redemption is on first-come-first-served basis and available while stock lasts. The first 20 employers who register vacancies at the Expo and successfully employ a post-natal care helper referred by the “Smart Baby Care” can receive a complimentary one-month employees’ compensation insurance*.

*Terms and Conditions:
  1. The offer is only valid for employers who use the service of SBC for the first time.
  2. Employers should redeem the offer within one year after the registration of vacancies.
  3. Employers should complete and return an “application form of the employees’ compensation insurance” to the SBC before the deadline specified for SBC to coordinate the taking out the insurance of maximum value $150 from an appointed insurer. Late submission of the application form will not be considered.
  4. Upon receipt of the insurance policy issued by the insurer, employers are required to inform the SBC of the policy number.
  5. Employers should contact the insurer direct for any enquiry about the insurance policy or any change of information as in the submitted “application form of the employees’ compensation insurance”. SBC will not involve in the transactions between the employers and insurer in respect of taking out the employees’ compensation insurance. Therefore, the SBC refute any liability or participation in the insurance matter made between the employers and the insurer.
  6. For employment period longer than 1 month, employers should take out additional employees’ compensation insurance to cover the outstanding employment period of the post-natal care helpers for compliance with “Employees’ Compensation Ordinance”.
  7. The offer is non-transferrable, available while stock lasts and cannot be exchanged for cash.
  8. The SBC reserves the right to amend the details of the Terms and Conditions without prior notification.
  9. In case of any dispute, the Employees Retraining Board and SBC reserve the right of making the final decision.

Under the “Employees’ Compensation Ordinance”, all employers are required to take out employees’ compensation insurance to cover their liabilities both under the Ordinance and at common law for work injuries in respect of all their employees (including full-time and part-time employees, e.g. part-time domestic helpers).