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European Toys Directive

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Toys safety directive 2009/48/EC together with EN 71 norm series specifies the minimum safety requirements for legally selling toys in the member states of the European Union.

For original text of toys safety directive 2009/48/EC, published on June 30, 2009, please click here for EnglishFrenchGerman and Danish version. Earlier version of this directive was 88/378/EEC.

Since 2011 the EU Directive 2011/65/EU - known as RoHS II - requires:

  • One of the important changes is that toys with at least one intended electrical function (electrical power/electromagnetic field) is covered. This means that all electrical toys have to fulfill RoHS II Directive.
  • A CE mark is required for all electrical equipment covered by RoHS II. Thus, CE labeled electrical toys have to comply with RoHS II Directive.

Eurofins provides testing, consulting and CE marking by a notified body for showing compliance with the Toys Directive 2009/48/EC

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