EN71 and Chemical Testing for Toys Seminar
This training course on chemical testing for toys will take place on 15 April at our Ashby-de-la-Zouch office.
15 Apr 2020, 08:00
15 Apr 2020, 11:00
Ashby de la Zouch, United Kingdom
The safety of toys within Europe is governed by the Toy Safety Directive, which lays down the legal requirements covering the safety of toys, their labelling and the obligations on manufacturers, importers and retailers. This training provides an overview of current European and international toy safety legislation and an understanding of legal obligations as well as the chemical requirements within the European Directives and the obligations of everyone within the supply chain.
In addition, it will look at when to test your product, the types of tests that the labs carry out and how to read test reports. Learn how to apply the CE mark and use the correct warnings.
OVERVIEW OF TOPICS COVERED:
- Introduction to the General Product Safety Directive and the Toy Safety Directive
- What is a toy?
- Importance of age grading in toy safety
- Overview of key EN71 standards
- Common chemical requirements in toys
- Common problems and fails and recent RAPEX recalls
Date: 15 April 2020
Trainer: Rob Hinchcliffe
For further information and to book please contact:
UK Hardlines Manager
t: 07584 682598