Toys Safety Test

GB6675

This Standard controls all toys, i.e. any product or material designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under 14 years of age.

1. Mechanical and physical properties

1.1 Normal use

1.2Reasonably foreseeable abuse

1.3 Material

1.4 Small parts

1.5Shape, size and strength of certain toys

1.6 Edges

1.7 Points

1.8 Projection

1.9 Metal wires and Rods

1.10 Plastic film or plastic bags in packaging and in toys

1.11 Cords and elastics

1.12 Folding mechanisms

1.13 Holes, clearances and accessibility of mechanisms

1.14 Springs

1.15 Stability and overload requirements

1.16 Enclosures

1.17 Simulated protective equipment

1.18 Projectile toys

1.19 Aquatic toys

1.20 Braking

1.21 Toy bicycles

1.22 Speed limitation of electrically driven ride-on toys

1.23 Toys containing a heat source

1.24 Liquid-filled toys

1.25 Mouth-actuated toys

1.26 Toy roller skates and toy skateboards

1.27 Percussion caps

2. Flammability

2.1General requirements

2.2Beards, moustaches, wigs, masks and other products worn on the head with hair or other attached materials

2.3Disguise costumes

2.4Toys intended to be entered by a child

2.5 Filled soft toys

3. Migration of certain elements

4. labeling and instructions


EN71

This Standard controls all toys, i.e. any product or material designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under 14 years of age.

1. Mechanical and physical properties

1.1 General requirements

1.1.1Material

1.1.2Assembly

1.1.3Flexible plastic sheeting

1.1.4Toy bags

1.1.5Glass

1.1.6Expanding materials

1.1.7Edges

1.1.8Points and wires

1.1.9Protruding parts

1.1.10Parts moving against each other

1.1.11Mouth –actuated toys

1.1.12Balloons

1.1.13Cords of toy kites and other flying toys

1.1.14Enclosures

1.1.15Toys intended to bear the mass of a child

1.1.16Heavy immobile

1.1.17Projectiles

1.1.18Aquatic toys

1.1.19Percussion caps specifically designed for use in toys

1.1.20Acoustics

1.1.21Toys containing a heat source

1.1.22Small balls

1.2 Toys intended for children under 36 months

1.2.1General requirements

1.2.2Filling materials

1.2.3 Plastic sheeting

1.2.4Cords on toys

1.2.5Liquid-filled toys

1.2.6Speed limitation of electrically driven toys

1.2.7Glass and porcelain

1.2.8Shape and size of certain toys

1.2.9Toys comprising monofilament fibres

1.2.10Play figures

1.2.11Hemispheric-shaped toys

1.2.12Suction cups

1.3 Packaging

1.4 Warnings and instructions for use

2. Flammability

2.1 General

2.2 Toys to be worn on the head

2.3 Toy disguise costumes and toys intended to be worn by a child in play

2.4 Toys intended to be entered by a child

2.5 Soft-filled toys(animals and dolls,etc) with a piled or textile surface

3. Migration of certain elements

4. Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities

5. Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets

6. Graphical symbol for age warning labelling

7. Finger paints

7.1 Colourants

7.2 Preservatives

7.3 Limits for the migration of certain elements

7.4 Limits for primary aromatic amines

7.5 Taste and smell

7.6 pH-value

7.7 binding agents, extenders, humectants and surfactants

8. Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use

8.1 General

8.2 Barriers, ladders etc

8.3 Entrapment

8.4 Stability of activity toys other than slides, swings and toys with crossbeams

8.5 Slides

8.6 Swings

8.7 See-saws

8.8 Carousels and rocking activity toys

8.9 Waring and labelling

8.10 Labelling

8.11 Assembly and installation instructions

8.12 Maintenance

9. Organic chemical compounds

9.1 Limits

9.2 Liquids in toys

9.3 Formaldehyde

9.4 Methods of analysis

 

ASTM F963-08

This clause deals with the safety of toys that  are intended  for use by children under 14 years of age.

1. Material Quality

2. Flammability

3. Toxicology

4. Electrical/Thermal Energy

5. Sound Producing Toys

6. Small Objects

7. Accessible Edges

8. Projections

9. Accessible Points

10. Wires or Rods

11. Nails and Fasteners

12. Packaging Film

13. Folding Mechanisms and Hinges

14. Cords and Elastics in Toys

15. Stability and Over-Load Requirements

16. Confined Spaces

17. Wheels, Tires, and Axles

18. Holes, Clearance, and Accessibility of Mechanisms

19. Simulated Protective Devices

20. Pacifiers

21. Projectile Toys

22. Teethers and Teething Toys

23. Rattles

24. Squeeze Toys

25. Battery-Operated Toys

26. Toys Intended to be Attached to a Crib or Playpen

27. Stuffed and Beanbag-Type Toys

28. Stroller and Carriage Toys

29. Art Materials

30. Toy Gun Marking

31. Balloons

32. Certain Toys with Spherical Ends

33. Marbles

34. Balls

35. Pompoms

36. Hemispheric-Shaped Objects

37. Yo Yo Elastic Tether Toys

38. Magnets

39. Jaw Entrapment in Handles and Steering Wheels

40. Safety Labeling Requirements

41. Instructional Literature

42. Producer’s Markings

 

CPSC

This clause deals with the safety of toys and children products.

1. Physical and mechanical

1.1 Sharp point

1.2 Sharp edge

1.3 Small part

2. Flammability

2.1 Flammability test on solid          16CFR Part 1500.44

2.2 Flammability on textile materials    16CFR Part 1610

3. Lead content

3.1 Lead content in paint and similar surface-coating materials     16CFR Part 1303

4. Labeling requirement

 

CPSIA

This Standard mainly controls toys and childcare articles designed for use by children 12 years of age or younger.

 

1. Physical & mechanical

1.1 16CFR1501 Small parts

1.2 16CFR1500.48 Technical requirements for determining a sharppoint

1.3 16CFR1500.49 Technical requirements for determining a sharp metal or glass edge

1.4 SEC.103 Tracking labels for children’s products

2. Chemical

2.1 Lead content

2.2 Phthalates

 

C.R.C., C 931

This Standard mainly controls all toys sold in Canada.

1. General

2. Packaging

3. Electrically operated Toys

4. Small objects

5. Metal edges

6. Embedded wires frame or structure

7. Plastic components or toys

8. Wooden components

9. Toys with glass component

10. Fasteners

11. Folding mechanism, bracket or bracing

12. Spring-wound driving mechanism

13. Projectiles

14. Large toys intended to be entered by a child

15. Stationary toys and toys intended to bear the weight of a child

16. Toys contain a heat source

17. Toxic substance

18. Corrosive substance, irritant or sensitizer

19. Plastic material

20. Dolls and soft toys-closing/ornamentation

21. Doll and soft toys-stuffing material

22. Doll and soft toys-eyes or nose

23. Flammability of flat/raised fiber textile material

24. Flammability of yarn filaments

25. Flammability of hair/mane

26. Squeaker, reed, valve and other similar device

27. Pull and push toys

28. Rattles

29. Elastics intended for attaching toys, across a baby carriage, crib or playpen

 

ST2002

This Standard mainly controls toys designed for use by children 14 years of age.

1. Mechanical and physical properties

1.1Materials

1.1.1Flexible plastics sheeting

1.1.2Wood

1.1.3Glass

1.1.4Stuffing materials

1.1.5Expanding materials

1.2 Construction

1.2.1General requirements

1.2.1.1Edges

1.2.1.2 Overlap join

1.2.1.3 Fastenings

1.2.1.4 Points and wires

1.2.1.5 Components protruding from the body of the toy

1.2.1.6Folding mechanisms

1.2.1.7 Hinges

1.2.1.8 Driving mechanisms

1.2.1.9 Springs

1.2.1.10 Dry cells

1.2.2Requirements applicable to certain types of toys

1.2.2.1 Small toys and detachable components

1.2.2.2 Non-detachable components

1.2.2.3 Toys intended to be put to the mouth

1.2.2.4 Cords and elastics on toys intended for children under 18 months of age  

1.2.2.5 Toys intended to be pulled along by the child

1.2.2.6 Toys which a child can enter

1.2.2.7 Toys intended to bear the weight of a child

1.2.2.8 Heavy immobile toys

1.2.2.9 Toys containing a heat source

1.2.2.10 Projectiles

1.2.2.11 Non projectile imitation weapons

1.2.2.12 Imitation protective equipment

1.2.2.13 Toys designed to produce sound when shaken

1.2.2.14 Kites and other flying toys

1.2.2.15 Aquatic toys

1.2.2.16 Inflatable vinyl toys

1.2.2.17 Toys intended to be used by children under 18 months of age

1.2.2.18 Nose level of sound producing toys

1.2.2.19 Large toys

1.2.2.20 Packaging

1.2.2.21 Labeling

2. Flammability

2.1 General

2.2 Beards, moustaches, wigs, masks and other products worn on the head with hair or other attached materials

2.3 Disguise costumes including the associated head wear and other toys intended to be worn by children

2.4 Toys intended to be entered by a child

2.5 Filled soft toys

3. Chemical properties

3.1 Coloring matters

3.2 Toys that are made of materials which are mainly composed of polyethylene, of polyvinyl chloride or of acetyl cellulose (excluding parts on which paint coating is applied)

3.3 Decalcomania, folded papers and rubber-made toys (excluding rubber pacifiers)

3.4 Vinyl chloride resin coating

3.5 The paint applied to the body or the components of the toys (excluding the printing ink used for paper containers)

3.6 Textile products used for toys

3.7 Soap bubble solution

3.8 Ink and the like used for the graphic instruments that are provided with the toys such as pencils, ball-point pens, markers, crayons, pastels, water colors, chalks, etc

3.9 Synthetic resin mainly composed of polyvinyl chloride, for which phthalate compound is used as raw material (including those used for paint coating)

3.10 Rubber pacifiers

3.11 Metals used for toy (neither painted nor covered)

3.12 Materials used for the parts

 

AS/NZS ISO 8124

This Standard controls all toys, i.e. any product or material designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under 14 years of age.

1.Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties

1.1Normal use

1.2 Reasonably foreseeable abuse

1.3Material

1.4 Small parts

1.5 Shape, size and strength of certain toys

1.6 Edges

1.7 Points

1.8 Projections

1.9 Metal wires and rods

1.10 Plastic film or plastic bags in packaging and in toys

1.11 Cords and elastics

1.12 Folding mechanisms

1.13 Holes, clearances and accessibility of mechanisms

1.14 Springs

1.15 Stability and overload requirements

1.16 Enclosures

1.17 Simulated protective equipment, such as helmets, hats and goggles

1.18 Projectile toys

1.19 Aquatic toys

1.20 Braking

1.21 Toy bicycles

1.22 Speed limitation of electrically driven ride-on toys

1.23 Toys containing a heat source

1.24 Liquid-filled toys

1.25 Mouth-actuated toys

1.26 Toy roller skates and toy skateboards

1.27 Percussion caps

1.28Magnets

2. Flammability

2.1 General requirements concerning prohibited materials

2.2Beards, moustaches, wigs, masks and other products worn on the head with hair or other attached materials

2.3Disguise costumes including the associated headgear, and other toys intended to be worn by children (excluding products covered by 2.2 and paper novelty hats)

2.4Toys intended to be entered by a child

2.5Filled soft toys

3. Migration of certain elements

 

ISO8124

This Standard controls all toys, i.e. any product or material designed or clearly intended for use in play by children under 14 years of age.

1.Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties

1.1Normal use

1.2 Reasonably foreseeable abuse

1.3Material

1.4 Small parts

1.5 Shape, size and strength of certain toys

1.6 Edges

1.7 Points

1.8 Projections

1.9 Metal wires and rods

1.10 Plastic film or plastic bags in packaging and in toys

1.11 Cords and elastics

1.12 Folding mechanisms

1.13 Holes, clearances and accessibility of mechanisms

1.14 Springs

1.15 Stability and overload requirements

1.16 Enclosures

1.17 Simulated protective equipment, such as helmets, hats and goggles

1.18 Projectile toys

1.19 Aquatic toys

1.20 Braking

1.21 Toy bicycles

1.22 Speed limitation of electrically driven ride-on toys

1.23 Toys containing a heat source

1.24 Liquid-filled toys

1.25 Mouth-actuated toys

1.26 Toy roller skates and toy skateboards

1.27 Percussion caps

2.Flammability

2.1 General

2.2Toys to be worn on the head

2.3Toy disguise costumes and toys intended to be worn by a child in a play

2.4Toys intended to be entered by a child

2.5soft-filled toys (animals and dolls, etc.) with a piled or textile surface

3. Migration of certain elements


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