Regarding toy safety: Trinidad and Tobago negotiates a revised draft toy safety standard

by:Ennas      2022-01-22
We all know that toys are an indispensable partner that accompanies children during childhood, and the quality and safety of toys has been controversial. The Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards (TTBS) announced in June 2020 that it will conduct consultations on its revised draft mandatory toy safety standard. The revised draft standard is named PCTTCS 3:20XX Toy Safety-Mandatory Requirements (replaces TTS/ISO 8124-3:2010), which contains some important regulations and requirements: (1) defines toys, toy components and toys The range of materials; (2) According to ISO 8124-3 or ASTM F963, the classification is divided into non-modeling clay and finger paint for toy materials. Modeling clay and finger paint are set for each category of eight heavy metal elements (antimony, antimony, etc.) Arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury and selenium). Each element in these three toy materials has its own limit; (3) based on the three of BS EN 71-3:2019 The migration of boron in similar toy materials; (4) When testing certain phthalates in toys and children’s products according to ISO 8124-6, the seven phthalates (BBP, DBP, DEHP, DIBP) , DINP, DIDP and DNOP) single item or total limit requirement ≤0.1%; (5) label. According to information from the Bureau of Standards, the public comment period ends on August 31, 2020. According to Document No. 20-4732 of G/TBT/N/TTO/121/Rev.2 issued by the World Trade Organization (WTO) on July 9, 2019, the proposed effective date of the draft standard is January 29, 2021. Source: BACL
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