Regarding AS/NZS 8124:
On June 30, 2016, the Australia-New Zealand Joint Standards Committee, CS-018 - Safety of Children's Toys, issued AS/NZS 8124.1:2016 and AS/NZS 8124.2:2016 standards, replacing AS/NZS ISO 8124.1:2013 and AS/NZSISO8124.2:2009 standards respectively.
AS/NZSISO8124-1:2002 Physical and mechanical properties AS/NZSISO8124-2:2003 Flame retardancy AS/NZSISO8124-3:2003 Migration of some elements
The above Australian standard toy testing has been updated, and the main specifications
The 2020 Safety Standard for Consumer Goods (Aquatic Toys) stipulates the mandatory requirements for aquatic toys. These requirements are designed to reduce the risk of serious injury or death of drowning children.
Mandatory standards apply to the design of aquatic toys:
1. Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 8124.1:2019 - Toy Safety - Part 1:
Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties 2. European standard EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018 toy safety-
Part 1: Mechanical and physical properties 3. International standard ISO 8124.1:2018 Toy safety - Part 1: and machinery
Safety aspects related to physical properties 4. American Society for Testing and Materials Standards ASTM F963-17 Toy Safety Standard Consumer Safety Application.
Australian AS/NZS 8124 toy testing process:
1. Project application - submit application to Test World.
2. Data preparation - according to the standard requirements, the enterprise prepares relevant certification documents.
3. Product testing - The enterprise sends the samples to be tested to the laboratory for testing.
4. Preparation of report - the engineer of the world of measurement prepares the report according to the qualified test data.
5. Submit for review - The engineer will review the complete report.