EU C New Requirements for Chemicals under the Toys Safety

EU C New Requirements for Chemicals under the Toys Safety

  • eu – new requirements for chemicals under the toys safety

    EU – New Requirements for Chemicals under the Toys Safety

    EU – New Requirements for Chemicals under the Toys Safety Directive. Vol. 784 | September 03, 2014. The European Union (EU) has published three Directives 2014/79/EU, 2014/81/EU and 2014/84/EU in the Official Journal, amending the Toys Safety Directive 2009/48/EC, to introduce new restrictions on three flame retardants (TCEP, TCPP and TDCP) along with bisphenol A (BPA), and permit the use of ...

  • toy safety in the eu - internal market, industry

    Toy Safety in the EU - Internal Market, Industry

    The Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC The Directive lays down the safety criteria that toys must meet before they can be marketed in the EU. Toys must also comply with any other EU legislation applicable to them. The essential safety requirements cover:

  • eu toy safety faqs 080212 - ul

    EU Toy Safety FAQs 080212 - UL

    chemicals, and choking hazards. As a result, the new EU Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC was introduced to strengthen and update the rules on toy safety. Q. Do I have to retest the product? A. As requirements change with the EU Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC, the harmonized standards will also change.

  • eu toy directive – toxic element restrictions

    EU Toy Directive – Toxic Element Restrictions

    Reduced limits for different types of toy materials have been established as follows: There are also several other new chemical requirements and restrictions under the new EU Toy Safety Directive that include CMR chemicals (carcinogenic, mutagenic and/or toxic to reproduction), allergenic fragrances, nitrosamines and nitrosatable levels. All of ...

  • tie webinar on the chemical safety assessment under the toy

    TIE webinar on the chemical safety assessment under the Toy

    TIE is hosting a webinar (online seminar) on Thursday, 23 May, from 16.00 to 17.00 (CEST), which will focus on the chemical safety assessment under the Toy Safety Directive. Christian Wetterberg, Director External Relations and Corporate Affairs at Lego, will present this webinar.

  • facts – chemical requirements in the toys safety directive

    Facts – Chemical requirements in the Toys Safety Directive

    Chemical requirements in the Toys Safety Directive A new Toys Safety Directive came into force in the EU in 2011. This Directive has tightened up the chemical requirements for toys. The new Toys Safety Directive (2009/48/EC) came into force in 2011. The Directive’s chemical requirements only started to apply from 20 July 2013. The Toys Safety

  • chemical safety in your business - echa.europa.eu

    Chemical safety in your business - echa.europa.eu

    exempt from any of the requirements for chemical safety. The only SME specific provisions are to pay reduced fees and charges. REACH is the regulation for the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of chemicals (EC) No 1907/2006. It is the main EU law on chemicals, covering in principle all substances on their own or in mixtures or

  • european chemical safety for toys - ul

    European Chemical Safety for Toys - UL

    EN 71-3:2013 The new harmonised standard EN 71-3:2013 under Directive 2009/48/EC, came into force July 20 2013, and specifies requirements and test methods for the migration of 19 elements from toy materials and from parts of toys.

  • chemicals in children’s toys: addressing stricter limits and

    Chemicals in Children’s Toys: Addressing Stricter Limits and

    chemicals in children’s toys. Harmonized with the requirements of the European Union’s Directive on the Safety of Toys (2009/48/EC), UL 172, the Standard for Sustainability of Toys, will support manufacturers’ efforts to design and develop toys that reduce children’s exposure to certain chemicals. The new standard will also offer ...

  • eu toy safety directive | consumer goods and retail | sgs

    EU Toy Safety Directive | Consumer Goods and Retail | SGS

    The EU Toy Safety Directive, published in 2009, came into force in two phases; physical requirements in July 2011, and chemical requirements in July 2013. From design and production, to the final product in store, toys must meet and demonstrate compliance to a complex combination of requirements.

  • eu strengthens chemical safety in certain toys | sgs

    EU Strengthens Chemical Safety in Certain Toys | SGS

    On 24 November 2015, the EU published Directives (EU) 2015/2115 , 2015/2116 and 2015/2117 restricting the use of 5 chemicals in toys for children under 36 months or other toys intended to be placed in the mouth under Appendix C of Annex II in the TSD. These 5 chemicals are: 1. 1,2-Benzisothiazol- 3(2H)-one (BIT, CAS 2634-33-5)

  • european toy legislation - sgs

    EUROPEAN TOY LEGISLATION - sgs

    directive lists requirements that toys must comply with, and is implemented in the laws of each member state of the EU in their respective Toy Safety Regulations (e.g.: French decree). The European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC has been inforce since 20 July 2011 for non-chemicals, including chemical safety

  • phenol requirement added to eu toy directive - bureau veritas

    Phenol Requirement Added to EU Toy Directive - Bureau Veritas

    EU Commission added a Phenol-requirement to Annex II of the EU Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC. Phenol may be found in toys as monomer for resins, residues from plastic production, solvent or preservative. The new Phenol requirements are taken from EN 71-9 and will become applicable from 4th Nov. 2018

  • regulation (eu) 2015/830: new format requirements for eu

    Regulation (EU) 2015/830: New Format Requirements for EU

    Regulation (EU) 2015/830: New Format Requirements for EU Safety Data Sheets. Little Pro on 2017-03-31 Views: Update:2019-03-10. In EU, the format and content of SDSs was firstly set out in the Annex II of the REACH Regulation(Regulation (EU) 453/2010), which was later replaced by Regulation (EU) 2015/830.

  • chemicals in children’s toys: addressing stricter limits and

    Chemicals in Children’s Toys: Addressing Stricter Limits and

    chemicals in children’s toys. Harmonized with the requirements of the European Union’s Directive on the Safety of Toys (2009/48/EC), UL 172, the Standard for Sustainability of Toys, will support manufacturers’ efforts to design and develop toys that reduce children’s exposure to certain chemicals. The new standard will also offer ...

  • ce (mark) marking & ec rep for toys: eu european authorized

    CE (mark) marking & EC Rep for Toys: EU European Authorized

    Let Wellkang be your EU European Authorized/Authorised Representative ! Your EC Rep for Toys under Toy Safety Directive (TSD) 88/378/eec and, as of 20 July 2011, new Directive 2009/48/ec! List of products that, in particular, are not considered as toys within the meaning of this TSD directive. Decorative objects for festivities and celebrations

  • 32009l0048 - en - eur-lex.europa.eu

    32009L0048 - EN - eur-lex.europa.eu

    2. If the manufacturer has applied harmonised standards, the reference number of which has been published in the Official Journal of the European Union, covering all relevant safety requirements for the toy, it shall use the internal production control procedure set out in Module A of Annex II to Decision No 768/2008/EC. 3.

  • european standards - safety and health at work - eu-osha

    European standards - Safety and health at work - EU-OSHA

    Thus the principles are applicable in all establishments in the European Union. General basic requirements for safety and health at workplaces are laid down in Directive 1989/654/EEC concerning the minimum safety and health requirements for the workplace (in the following referred to as WPD).

  • understanding reach - echa

    Understanding REACH - ECHA

    The responsibility for fulfilling the requirements of REACH, such as pre-registration or registration lies with the importers established in the European Union, or with the only representative of a non-EU manufacturer established in the European Union.

  • named: major brands ‘breaking eu chemical safety law

    Named: major brands ‘breaking EU chemical safety law

    The very foundation of EU chemical safety rules are being ignored. BUND revealed the tip of the iceberg; now it is on ECHA to tell us the rest. We have a right to know if chemicals are safe or not. REACH is the best, most ambitious chemical regulation in the world and one that made us proud to be Europeans when it was first created.

  • eu toy safety directive includes phenol as a new ... - cirs-c&k

    EU Toy Safety Directive Includes Phenol as a New ... - CIRS-C&K

    The Appendix C to Annex II of Toy Safety Directive specifies the requirements of the chemical material in toys which are designed for children under 36 months and in other toys intended to be placed in the mouth; as a result the new restrictions of phenol migration quantity and preservative content only apply to toys which are designed for ...

  • en 71 & toy safety when importing from china

    EN 71 & Toy Safety When Importing from China

    EN71 is a set of European Product Safety standard that applies to all toys sold in the European Union. EN 71, which is also a part of the CE directive , has been put in place to ensure that all toys sold in the EU meet certain minimum safety standards on the following factors:

  • ce (mark) marking & ec rep for toys: eu european authorized

    CE (mark) marking & EC Rep for Toys: EU European Authorized

    Let Wellkang be your EU European Authorized/Authorised Representative ! Your EC Rep for Toys under Toy Safety Directive (TSD) 88/378/eec and, as of 20 July 2011, new Directive 2009/48/ec! List of products that, in particular, are not considered as toys within the meaning of this TSD directive. Decorative objects for festivities and celebrations

  • toy safety - chemical inspection and regulation service

    Toy Safety - Chemical Inspection and Regulation Service

    CIRS’s consumer products testing laboratory offers comprehensive, strict and reliable toy testing services in compliance with the widest range of toy safety standards and requirements in the world, including standards in EU, US, Germany, China, Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and other countries or regions, as well as the corporate ...

  • toy safety standards around the world - toy-icti.org

    Toy Safety Standards Around the World - toy-icti.org

    Toy Safety Standards Around the World. Listed below are International Standards for Toys & Children's Products as identified and maintained by the U.S. Toy Industry Association in its role as ICTI Secretariat.

  • eu reach regulation (ec) no 1907/2006

    EU REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006

    EU REACH Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006. Little Pro on 2015-12-30 Views: Update:2019-03-10. REACH standards for the Regulation (EC) No 1907/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 December 2006 concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH).

  • playing safe. a consumer’s guide to the british standard for

    Playing safe. A consumer’s guide to the British Standard for

    • Since July 2011, all toys sold in the European Union must comply with the European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC, enacted in the UK as the Toys (Safety) Regulations 2011 • The British Standard BS EN 71, which comes in many parts, explains how manufacturers should meet the requirements of the Directive, stating

  • home | toy industries of europe

    Home | Toy Industries of Europe

    Toys: the Tools of Play. Playing is universal. Play is a fundamental right and essential to a child’s personal development. TIE and its members are acutely aware of the importance of play, and actively work to champion this awareness with European and national policymakers.

  • how to comply with reach : roles and obligations of companies

    How to Comply with REACH : Roles and Obligations of Companies

    How to comply with REACH. Substances, preparations ("mixtures") and articles are subject to different provisions under REACH. Meanwhile, non-EU companies and EU companies have different obligations.

  • child product safety guide

    Child Product Safety Guide

    Food Products of the European Commission, from European Child Safety Alliance Country partners (including non EU Member States such as Israel and Norway) and the European Injury Database (IDB) co-funded under the EU-Health programme and managed by