All toys sold in the European market must comply with the European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48 / EC to ensure product safety and fit for purpose. Manufacturers, retailers and importers are responsible for ensuring that their products comply with the basic safety requirements of Directive 2009/48 / EC, and perform relevant tests in accordance with the unified European toy safety standards to prove compliance.
EN71 Part 1-Physical and mechanical testing
EN71 Part 2-Fire Test
EN71 Part 3-Toxic Element Migration Test
EN71 Part 4-Chemical Experiment Equipment
EN71 Part 5-Chemical toys (devices) other than experimental devices
EN71 Part 7-Finger Paint
EN71 Part 8 – Swings, slides and similar toys for indoor or outdoor use
EN71 Part 9-Requirements for Organic Compounds
EN71 Part 12-Nitrosamines and nitrosamines
EN71 Part 13-Scent of certain toys
EN71 Part 14-Home trampoline
EU legislation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) aims to provide a high level of protection for human health and the environment from the use of hazardous chemicals. REACH has established a mandatory chemical substance registration system, which requires traceability and identification of chemical substances contained in products sold on the European market.
Manufacturers, distributors, retailers and importers of toys and children's products are responsible for complying with and managing risks associated with chemicals regulated in REACH Annex 17, which includes certain hazardous substances, mixtures and articles on the European market List of restrictions.
REACH Annex 17 Test
Azo and azo dyes
DMF (dimethyl fumaric acid) (2011/135 / EU)
Lead in jewelry products
Nickel and its compounds
Nonylphenol (NP) and nonylphenol polyoxyethylene ether (NPE)
Organotin (DBT, TBT, TPhT, DOT)
PAHs (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons)
Phthalates in plasticized materials
SCCP (Short-Chain Chlorinated Paraffin)