Material Quality. Sound Producing Toys. Small Objects. Accessible Edges. Accessible Points. Wires or Rods.
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Material Quality. Sound Producing Toys. Small Objects. Accessible Edges. Accessible Points. Wires or Rods. Nails and Fasteners. Packaging Film. Folding Mechanisms and Hinges. Cords and Elastics in Toys. Stability and Over-Load Requirements. Confined Spaces. Wheels, Tires, and Axles.
Holes, Clearance, and Accessibility of Mechanisms. Simulated Protective Devices. Projectile Toys. Teethers and Teething Toys. Squeeze Toys. Battery -Operated Toys. Toys Intended to be Attached to a Crib or Playpen. Stuffed and Beanbag-Type Toys. Stroller and Carriage Toys.
Art Materials. Toy Gun Marking. Certain Toys with Spherical Ends. Hemispheric-Shaped Objects. Yo Yo Elastic Tether Toys. Jaw Entrapment in Handles and Steering Wheels. Safety Labeling Requirements.
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Reliability Testing. Certificate Explorer. ASTM F Material Quality 2. Flammability 3. Toxicology 4. Sound Producing Toys 6. Small Objects 7. Accessible Edges 8. Projections 9. Accessible Points Wires or Rods Nails and Fasteners Packaging Film Folding Mechanisms and Hinges Cords and Elastics in Toys Stability and Over-Load Requirements Confined Spaces Wheels, Tires, and Axles Holes, Clearance, and Accessibility of Mechanisms Simulated Protective Devices Pacifiers Projectile Toys Teethers and Teething Toys Rattles Squeeze Toys Battery -Operated Toys Toys Intended to be Attached to a Crib or Playpen Stuffed and Beanbag-Type Toys Stroller and Carriage Toys Art Materials Toy Gun Marking Balloons Certain Toys with Spherical Ends Marbles Balls Pompoms Hemispheric-Shaped Objects Yo Yo Elastic Tether Toys Magnets Jaw Entrapment in Handles and Steering Wheels Safety Labeling Requirements Instructional Literature
Toy Safety1 This standard is issued under the fixed designation F ; the number immediately following the designation indicates the year of original adoption or, in the case of revision, the year of last revision. A number in parentheses indicates the year of last reapproval. A superscript epsilon indicates an editorial change since the last revision or reapproval. The purpose of this consumer safety specification is to establish nationally recognized safety requirements for toys. Although this specification will not eliminate the need for the exercise of parental responsibility in selecting toys appropriate to the age of a child, or parental supervision in situations in which children of various ages may have access to the same toys, its application will minimize accidents in the normal, intended use and reasonably foreseeable abuse of the toys covered by this specification. This specification was developed originally as a Voluntary Product Standard under the auspices of the National Bureau of Standards, Department of Commerce, and published in PS
It is continually reviewed by ASTM International members to keep pace with innovation, to incorporate new information, and to ensure consistent application. The global toy industry has worked to make these two standards functionally equivalent on most key attributes. ASTM International's Committee on Consumer Products F15 regularly updates the standard to ensure its technical guidance addresses emerging hazards, new toys, new data, and more. The committee develops standards for a wide variety of consumer goods, including juvenile products, toys, playground equipment, candles, and pool safety. The subcommittee that maintains F is F F covers toys for children under 14 years of age, including plush toys, balls, games, dolls and action figures, infant and preschool toys, battery-operated toys, ride-on toys, projectile toys, and many more.