Games for children under 36 months

Di Gianluca Gaggioli pubblicato giovedì 10 gennaio 2013 in Breaking News Ultim'ora |


One of the tests to which they are subjected to games intended for children under the age of 36 months is den0minata the cylinder where the removable parts must not be able to enter and categorically, are further evidence that underwent games are the torsional tests, tensile impact test, resistance, the results of such tests must be what you do not become detached from the toy share the products or dangerous parts.

Special attention is also called all’imbottiture of these toys must not contain hazardous components such as leopards small metal tacks, etc., etc..

Special attention is also called to the methodology of the package to contain the toy that must have specific sizes and thicknesses and should be free of strings.

Such games intended for children under 36 months must be provided with specific guidance and manuals clearly legible warnings in order to reduce any specific risk passes to be related to the use of the toy.

The toy then must clearly show the CE mark, which identifies compliance with the safety requirements of toys defined in Directive 88/378

Toys for their specific hazard are not intended for children under 36 months must be specifically indicated by a warning on the packaging or through written symbols defined in a part 6.

Now summarize the main sources of law relating to games and playgrounds:

DIRECTIVE 88/378/EEC on the safety of toys

UNI EN 71-1 on the physical properties – mechanical

UNI EN 71-2 relative flammability

UNI EN 71-3 whole game and raw materials

UNI EN 71-4 “set chemical experiment”

UNI EN 71-5 “games chemical”

UNI EN 71-6 labeling

UNI EN 71-7 paint with your fingers

UNI EN 71-8Altalene and slides

UNI EN50088 Safety of electric toys

DM 23/03/97 update for harmonized standards on the safety of toys.

Decree 313 of 27/09/91 Toy Safety Directive 88/378/EEC on the implementation of

D. Lgs 21/05/04 n. 172 on general product safety in transposition of Directive 2001/95/EC

DIRECTIVE 2001/95/EC (product safety)

UNI EN 71-8 (swings slides etc.. Etc.)

L'autore: Gianluca Gaggioli

Gianluca Gaggioli: coniugato, con tre figli tutti nati a breve distanza, non si sa come trovi anche il tempo di "dilettarsi" sulle tematiche di qualità e management. Experienced Board Member with a demonstrated history of working in the railroad manufacture industry, railway applications, behaviour of materials and components. Skilled in ISO 9001 14001 45001 15085-2 CL.1 19001 COCS 30 Trenitalia P096 Trenord, Management, Continuous Improvement, EN UNI ISO Standards, Behavior-based safety (BBS). Sales/Commercial experience in the railroad manufacture industry "Order backlog approximately 4,000,000÷6,000,000 million euro in orders / projects (Products / Services)" for the period 2018-2020. Advisor for the main manufacturers of railway vehicles, trains and metro subway; da Giugno 2011 Editor in Chief di Organizzazione Qualità. .

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