Quality Control Check List: Some Comment Factors for Children Toy Inspection

Below are some common checking list for Children Toy quality control:

 

  • - Chemicals: lead/CPSIA, heavy metals, phthalates, RoHS, restricted substances.
  • - Food contact.
  • - Stuffing material cleanliness.
  • - Safety of battery-operated toys.
  • - Product risk assessment.
  • - Fitness for use.
  • - Electric toy safety/EMC.
  • - Labeling and age grade evaluations.
  • - Packaging and packaging waste.
  • - Certification and safety marks.

 
Services for an Extensive Range of Children’s Toys and Juvenile Products
 

• Plush toys • Construction toys • Strollers
• Action figures • Accessories; • Full-sized cribs, toddler beds
• Ride-on toys • Books • Bunk beds
• Games • Balls • Play yards
• Art and crafts materials • Seasonal novelties • Infant walkers
• Dolls • Musical toys • Expansion gates
• Electrical and electronic toys • Bicycles • Hook-on chairs
• Collectibles • High chairs • Children's furniture
• Figurines • Carriages • Reclined cradles
 

 
Listed below are International Standards for Children's Products & toy quality control as identified and maintained by the U.S
 
 

International Standards ISO 8124-1:2012
Safety of Toys—Part 1: Safety Aspects
Related to Mechanical and Physical Properties
ISO 8124-2:2007
Safety of Toys—Part 2: Flammability
ISO 8124-3:2010
Migration of Certain Elements
ISO 8124-4:2010
Swings, slides and similar activity toys for
indoor and outdoor family domestic use
IEC 62115:2003
Electric Toy safety

 

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