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Alpha science toy:Analysis of test standards for children's toys in various countries

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Alpha science toys engaged in producing children’s educational science toys for more than 10 years, and deep understanding of the testing standards for children's toys. Today, Alpha science toys prefer share a detailed explanation of the testing requirements and standards for toys in various countries.

Alpha science toys learned the safety of toys and recreational items has been in the spotlight ever since the discovery of lead in children's toys resulted in massive product recalls in 2007. Every year, as new research comes to light about the health impact of various substances used in the production of toys, the list of banned and restricted substances keeps growing.

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Sharp point and sharp edge verification
Pull test on small parts
Pull test on seams
Stuff checking for the plush toy
Metal detection test
Small parts verification
Workmanship check
Function/performance of product
Working distance check for remote control toys
Frequency check for electronic toys
Humidity test for the wooden toys
Toys and Recreational Items Lab Testing Expertise
International Requirements:
ISO 8124, Part 1, Safety of Toys, Mechanical Hazards
ISO 8124, Part 2, Safety of Toys, Flammability
ISO 8124, Part 3, Safety of Toys, Migration of Certain Elements
IEC 62115, Electric Toys – Safety
IEC 60825, Laser/LED Safety
Age appropriateness analysis
US Toy Standards & Regulations
General requirements Children's products
Cal Prop 65 Settlement Review & Testing
Cal Prop 65
Cal Prop 65 Phthalates
USP 61/62, Microbiological Examination of Non-Sterile Products
USP 51 Preservative Effectiveness
CPSIA Total Lead Content in Surface Coatings
CPSIA Total Lead Content Children’s Products (metal and nonmetal substrates)
CPSIA Total Lead Content in Children’s Metal Jewelry
16 CFR 1500, Mechanical Hazards and Labeling
16 CFR 1500.44, Flammability of Solids
16 CFR 1511, Pacifiers
CPSIA Tracking Labels
Model Toxics in Packaging (formerly CONEG)
Toys and recreational items
16 CFR 1501, Small Parts
16 CFR 1510, Rattles
CPSIA Total Lead Content in Surface Coatings
ASTM F963 Soluble Heavy Metals content in Surface Coatings
CPSIA Total Lead Content in Children’s Products (metal & nonmetal substrates)
CPSIA Phthalate Content (non-mouthable and mouthable)
ASTM F963, Mechanical Hazards & Labeling
ASTM F963, Flammability of Solids
ASTM F963, Flammability of Textiles
16 CFR 1610, Flammability of Clothing Textiles
ASTM 1148, Home Playgrounds
ANSI Tricycle Testing
Model Toxics in Packaging (formerly CONEG)
CPSIA Tracking Labels
Europe Toy Standards & Regulations
EN 71, Part 1, Safety of Toys, Mechanical and Physical Tests
EN 71, Part 2, Safety of Toys, Flammability Test
EN 71, Part 3, Safety of Toys, Migration of Certain Elements
EN 71, Part 8, Activity Toys for Domestic Use (swings, slides)
EC No. 1907/2006 (REACH), Total Cadmium
EC No. 1907/2006 (REACH), Phthalates (non-mouth & mouth)
Canada Toy Standards & Regulations
SOR/2016-193, Surface Coating Materials Regulations (Total Lead and Mercury)
SOR/2011-17 as amended, Leachable Metals in Surface Coatings
SOR/2010-273 as amended, Lead in Substrate Materials
SOR/2018-83 Consumer Products Containing Lead Regulations
SOR/2016-188, Phthalates Regulations
SOR/2018-82, Children’s Jewelry Regulations
SOR/2016-194, Textile Flammability Regulation
SOR/2011-17 as amended, Canadian Toys Regulations (Mechanical Hazards & Flammability)
Consumer Packaging and Labeling Act (R.S., 1985, c. C-38)
Country of Origin (C.R.C., c.535)
Quebec Labeling (R.S.Q., c.C-11)
Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA)
Australia / New Zealand Toy Standards & Regulations
AS/NZS ISO 8124, Part 1, Safety of Toys, Mechanical Hazards
AS/NZS ISO 8124, Part 2, Safety of Toys, Flammability
AS/NZS 62115, Electric Toys – Safety
AS/NZS ISO 8124, Part 3, Safety of Toys, Migration of Certain Elements
Australia Consumer Protection Notice No. 11 of 2011 (DEHP Content)
Other Toy Standards & Regulations
China:
GB 6675, Toy Safety Standard
GB 19865, Electric Toys – Safety
CNS 14276, Safety of Electric Toys
Japan:
Food Sanitation Law Section 4 – Toys
ST 2016 Toy Safety Standard
Thailand: TIS 2236-2548, Electric Toys - Safety
Malaysia: MS 1725, Safety of Electric Toys
CPAI 75, Flammability of Sleeping Bags
CPAI 84, Flame Resistant Materials Used in Camping Tentage
Labeling Evaluations
LHAMA Evaluations
TRA (Toxicological Risk Assessment)
GCC, General Certificate of Conformance
CPC, Children’s Product Certificate

Above is the toys testing standards of various countries that Alpha science toys  have known. From these aspects, we can see that all countries pay high attention to the safety of children's toy products because every country knows that children are the future of the earth we live on. Only by letting children grow up healthily and happily can the future of this planet be made more better. Alpha science toys also believes in this view and has been producing safe and quality children's educational toys for many years to help children around the world to understand this world, which will make children to learn the science mystery and to be the greatest scientists, thus they will creates a beautiful world that belongs to themself.


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