Electric Toys and EU Regulations
Electronic and electrical (EE) toys help children develop their imagination, language skills, dexterity and more, through fun, role-playing and education. Improperly used or badly designed these toys can rapidly turn from a source of fun into a serious hazard. Adding electricity to a toy, either battery or transformer supply, presents a number of risks to children including: electric shocks and burns.
During this webinar, relevant to all stakeholders active in the toy industry, we will look at the range of EU regulations that exist to protect children from harm, and their key requirements:
- European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC
- Electrical Toy Standard EN IEC 62115
- Other applicable requirements for electric toys such EMC, RED, RoHS2, WEEE
- Live Q&A session
Find out which requirements and regulations need to be taken into account to deliver safe products, with SGS. Our complimentary webinar will help attendees to better understand how electrical safety impacts products.
Who Should Attend?
This webinar is relevant to all stakeholders active in the toy industry.
Who Will Be Presenting?
Sanda Stefanovic, SGS Toy Expert
Registration – March 24, 2020 >
10:00 Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Amsterdam
17:00 Hong Kong
Duration/Language: 60 minutes (including Q&A)/English
Cost: This webinar is free of charge for attendees
About SGS Services for the Toy Industry
SGS has dedicated experts and services to assist you in the development of toys. SGS offers physical/mechanical tests, chemical tests, packaging evaluation, inspections to ensure the compliance of your products in target markets.
With the largest global network of toy experts and testing facilities around the world – SGS is the partner to trust.
Please do not hesitate to contact an SGS expert for further information.
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