AS/NZS ISO 8124-1: 2010 Safety requirements related to mechanical and physical properties (ISO 8124-1: 2009, MOD). This standard is based on ISO 8124-1: 2009, with the addition of Australian national standard changes, and specifies the general safety, structure and labeling requirements for children's toys, as well as test methods. Consulting hotline: 18835682048
Currently, some of the requirements in AS/NZS ISO 8124-1: 2002 are still mandatory , as referenced by the Trade Practices Act Consumer Protection Circular.
In addition to retaining all existing AS/NZS ISO 8124-1:2002 requirements, the new standard adds new requirements for the following toys:
Article 3.7 Close-to-ear toys
Article 3.26 Hand-held toys
Article 3.50 Rattle
Article 3.60 Squeeze Toys
§ 3.61 Tabletop, floor, and cradle toys.
Article 3.67 Toy Scooters
Article 4.5.8 Hemispherical toys
Changes to Projectile Toy Small Parts Evaluation Methodology
Toy Gun Labeling Guidelines
(Note: The above clauses 3.7, 3.26, 3.50, 3.60 and 3.61 are included in the new sounding toy requirement 4.28.)
In addition, the new standard also adopts AS/NZS 62115 as the safety requirements for electric toys.
AS/NZS ISO 8124-2 Australian / New Zealand Standard Safety of Toys Part 2:
Flammability Combustion Test (ISO 8124-2 MOD)
(a) Finished Product
(b) Pile fabric or material pile fabric or pile material
AS/NZS ISO 8124-3 Australian / New Zealand Standard Safety of Toys Part 3:
Migration of Certain Elements Limiting element dissolution test (ISO 8124-3 MOD)
Elements : Lead (Pb) Arsenic (As) Antimony (Sb) Barium (Ba) Cadmium (Cd) Chromium (Cr) Mercury (Hg) Selenium (Se)
Limit : 90 25 60 1000 75 60 60 500 Unit: (PPm)