SGS is proud to announce that its lab in Aix en Provence (France) dedicated to Juvenile Products and Childcare Articles has been accredited ISO 17025 by COFRAC according to the standard NF EN ISO /CEI 17025 within the Program N°153 – physical and mechanical tests for:

  • Changing Units (NF EN 12221)
  • Children’s cots and folding cots for domestic use (NF EN 716)
  • Cribs (NF EN 1130)
  • High Chairs (NF EN 14988)
  • Playpens (NF EN 12227)

The full scope of the SGS accreditation n°1-2196 (applicable since January 15, 2012) is available on the COFRAC website. You can also download the French certificate. Please note that the SGS labs in France are also accredited by COFRAC for flammability tests (NF EN 71-2) and heavy metals determination (NF EN 71-3).

Thanks to the COFRAC accreditation, SGS proposes a comprehensive range of services for the Juvenile Products industry including physical tests, flammability tests, materials tests (textile…), chemical tests, labelling verification, packaging tests, REACH compliance, etc.

Armed with strong expertise in children’s equipment, childcare articles and toys, SGS can assist you with all your needs in this industry, from the concept and design stage to products in stores.

SGS can be your single partner for quality and safety assurance of Juvenile Products and Childcare Articles on the French market and worldwide. Indeed SGS has a wide network of experts and laboratories in China, Asia, the Americas and Europe to help you comply with all applicable standards for children’s products.

For further information, please contact:

Aude Caplet
International Sales Manager - Toys & Juvenile Products
Consumer Testing Services
SGS, 29 avenue Aristide Briand, 94111 Arcueil Cedex, France

t: +33 1 41 24 89 97
Website: www.sgs.com/cgnr 


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