Amazon's children's products have always been a very popular category. Children, as a group with a very high consumption frequency, although they do not make money, they spend a lot of money. But at the same time, the shelves of children's products are usually subject to various safety regulations. Mr. Li: 18938884098 (VX)
Recently, some sellers on American websites said that
Your own children's toys are required by Amazon to provide CPC certification,
Otherwise the product will be removed from the shelves.
The content of the email shows that the children's product certificate (CPC) you submit must meet the following requirements: 1. Include product name and description
2. Include the name of the manufacturer
3. Include the date and place where the product was produced
4. Include the date and location of the product tested
5. Include the name, address of the laboratory where the test was performed
6. Include a list of consumer product safety regulations for which the product is certified.
Sellers who are in the toy category or plan to do toy category need to understand it well!
The Children's Product Certificate (CPC) applies to all products whose main target is children aged 12 and under.
The CPC certificate is not issued by any official agency and does not need to be filed in the government department. It is essentially a "guarantee" drafted by the manufacturer/importer and is solely responsible for declaring that its products comply with all applicable local US children's product safety regulations and other laws. regulations.
CPC certificates must be based on test results from a third-party testing laboratory accredited by the CPSC. The CPC certificate is issued by the seller, and third-party laboratories can provide assistance in drafting the CPC certificate.
The US Amazon website requires all children's toys and children's products (including toys, baby products) to provide a CPC certificate, otherwise they will not be sold.
CPC must contain information:
Product information (name and description);
All laws and regulations applicable to the product;
Manufacturer information: including name, address and phone number;
The production date and address of the product, the production date must be in the month and year, and the address must be in the city; 18938884098
Time and address of detection;
Third-party testing agency information (CPSC-accredited laboratory): name, address, contact number.
The main inspection contents involved are:
According to the standards published by the Product Safety Council (SPSC)
①CPSIA total lead and phthalates;
② American toy standard ASTMF963;
③ Electric toys safety standard 16 CFR Part 1505;
④ Rattle toys require 16 CFR Part 1510;
⑤Pacifier Safety Standard 16 CFR Part 1511;
⑥ Burning properties of children's clothing and carpets, such as 16 CFR Part 1610;
⑦Infant products: product standards for baby carriages, cribs, fences, straps, safety seats, bicycle helmets, etc.