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Play safely ISO 8124

Di Gianluca Gaggioli pubblicato venerdì 21 dicembre 2012 in Prodotto pianificazione e progetti |

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Safety of toys – Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties

The requirements of ISO 8124-1:2012 apply to all toys intended for children under 14 years of age.

The requirements of ISO 8124-1:2012 specify acceptable criteria for structural characteristics of toys, such as shape, size, profile, cracking, and the criteria of acceptability for certain categories of toys.

ISO 8124-1:2012 specifies requirements and test systems for toys intended to be unexpended by children in different age groups, from birth to 14 years.

It also requires that warnings and / or instructions are included for some toys also on their case.

We must always take into account the different existing legal provisions in many countries in relation to the marking that they must bring in a clear ..

ISO 8124-1:2012 does not pretend to cover / include every conceivable potential risk of a toy or toy category:

In the labeling requirements shall be given the dangers functional for the various age groups for whom it is a toy, then every toy itself or an inherent and recognized, and that is also an integral part of any toy.

ISO 8124-2:2007 specifies the categories of flammable materials which are prohibited in all toys and the requirements concerning flammability of certain toys when they are subjected to an ignition source.

The test methods described are used for the purposes of determining the flammability of toys in the test conditions.

ISO 8124-2:2007 includes general requirements relating to all toys and specific requirements and test methods for toys that are considered potentially at higher risk:

Toys to wear: on the head: beards, mustaches, wigs hair, pile or material with similar characteristics, printed and woven masks, hats, paper hats, disguise costumes and toys intended to be worn by a child during a performance.

ISO 8124-3:2010 specifies maximum acceptable levels and methods of sampling for testing elements such as antimony, arsenic, barium, cadmium, chromium, lead, mercury and selenium allowed for materials or toys, and some parts of it.

The maximum acceptable levels are specified for the following toys:

Coatings of paints, varnishes, lacquers, printing inks, polymers and similar coatings, polymeric materials and the like, including laminates, etc., etc..

Paper and cardboard, up to a maximum weight per unit area of ​​400 g/m2.

Glass / ceramic lead solder except when they are used for electrical connections.

Materials destined to leave a track (for example the materials such as graphite pencils and liquid ink, pens).

Flexibility of modeling materials, such as clays and gels.

Paints used as toys, including paints, lacquers, powders and similar materials in solid or liquid form.

The requirements of ISO 8124-3:2010 apply to the following toys:

Toys intended to have oral contact, cosmetic toys and writing instruments categorized as toys, regardless of any classification and labeling, see also the recommended age.

All toys intended and / or suitable for children up to 72 months of age.

4:2010 ISO 8124 specifies requirements and test methods for toys intended for children under fourteen.

Products covered by ISO 8124 4:2010 are also swings, slides, rides, games, rocking, climbing frames, 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. Rail Strategist - Rail Fire Fighting - da oltre quindici anni lavora nel ambito ferroviario e medicale nel ruolo di "Assicurazione Qualità e dei Sistemi per la Gestione della Qualità". Competenze specifiche: Gestione della Qualità Secondo le Normative EN ISO 9001, EN ISO 14001, BS 18001, COCS 30.5/DT Trenitalia, Schemes Entities in Charge of Maintenance (ECM), ISO 31000, SGSL, OT24, MOG, EN ISO 13485, IRIS (International Railway Industry Standard), Six Sigma, Kaizen, Auditor Sistemi Qualità Certificato 19011 1a / 2a Parte (Audit interni e fornitori) e Abilitazione Formatore RSPP ASPP, dal 2008 attività di consulenza aziendale in materia di Sicurezza sul Lavoro; DVR, POS, DUVRI, Progettazione piani per la sicurezza (organizzazione e gestione corsi lavoratori); da Giugno 2011 Editor in Chief di Organizzazione Qualità. .

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