The sale of children's ski gloves in Canada shall comply with the following regulations / 2018-82 and / 2016-188
/ 2018-82 regulations require:
1. Requirements for lead content in children's jewelry: "Total lead limit/kg";
2. The total cadmium limit for children's jewelry items that can fully enter the small parts cylinder when a force not exceeding 4.45 N is applied, is required not to exceed /kg. (The small parts cylinder is an internationally recognized measuring tool used to determine whether an item can be swallowed by a small child)
For the purposes of this regulation, "children's jewelry" means jewelry, including bracelets, brooches, rings, pendants, and hair accessories, which are manufactured, classified, decorated, packaged, advertised, and sold with the purpose of appealing to children 15 years of age and younger.
Exemptions: Medals, Achievement Medals, or other similar items that are usually worn only occasionally.
/2016-188 "Phthalate Regulations" regulatory requirements:
1. Canada’s Phthalates Regulations in Children’s Toys and Care Products (/2016-188).
2. The regulation clarifies the definitions of child care products, good laboratory practice and toys.
3. In the vinyl resin materials of children's toys and child care products, the content of DEHP, DBP, BBP three phthalates shall not exceed /kg,
4. The dimensions of inflatable toys and child care products are regulated.
How do I apply for approval to sell children's jewelry on Amazon Canada?
Amazon policy requires that children's jewelry sold through Amazon's website meet certain certification standards. If Amazon contacts you, please submit the following information to child-safety@:
Seller ID /Supplier ID
List of ASINs you are applying to sell
A test report from an ILAC ISO 17025 accredited testing laboratory confirming that each item has been tested to meet /2018-82 and /2016-188 requirements.
Penalties for Noncompliance
Children's jewelry sold in Canada, if they do not meet the regulatory requirements and do not have corresponding test reports, may face the risks of : goods being detained, fines, compulsory product recalls, prosecution and other risks!