Toy and Children Product Safety
Harmful substances analyses and product tests according to EU Toy Directive 2009/48/EC
The safety requirements for toys, children, and baby products that manufacturers and importers must meet under EU Directive 2009/48/EC, the REACH Regulation, and the EN 71 testing requirements are stringent. We support you with restricted substances analyses, as well as conformity and type testing, to ensure compliance with legal regulations and the quality assurance of your products.
Would you like to know more about the testing of toys, children, and baby products? Our toy experts in the laboratory are here for you!
Safety and Health Take Priority
For the manufacturing and distribution of toys, there are now stricter regulations in place worldwide than ever before. The requirements for health safety and product safety are high and diverse, especially when various international standards come into play.
Compliance with the EU Toy Directive and International Requirements
With our accredited testing spectrum, you can meet all the essential requirements of the Food Contact Materials Regulation (BedGgstV), the EU Toy Directive (2009/48/EC), as well as the provisions from Annex 17 of the REACH Regulation, the POP Regulation, individual customer-specific requirements, and many other international chemical safety requirements, including U.S. standards (CPSIA/CPSC/CP65).
- Toys and stuffed toys
- Baby and toddler items
- Electronic products for children
- Children's jewelry
- Finger paints, slime, and modeling clay
DEKRA - Global Testing Expertise for Toys, Children's, and Baby Products
- Interdisciplinary testing spectrum covering chemical safety and material quality
- DEKRAs DIN EN ISO/IEC 17025-accredited laboratories in Germany, located in Bretten, Halle, Saarbrucken, and Stuttgart
- Worldwide DEKRA laboratory network with a wide range of testing and certification possibilities