Israel Revises National Standards for Toys
Israel announces the revision of their national standards SI 562 part 3: migration of certain elements and SI 562 part 7 finger paints to align with latest EN 71 standards.
SAFEGUARDS | Toys & Juvenile Products NO. 160/17
Israel has revised SI 562 parts 3 and 7 standards to align with the harmonised European Union standards (EN 71 parts 3 and 7).
The current SI standard versions will be revised:
SI 562 part 3 migration of certain chemical elements (February 2015). WTO notification EN 71-3 
SI 562 part 7 finger paints (November 2005) WTO notification EN 71-7 
The aim is to align with the harmonised versions of the EU standards.
The following versions are currently harmonized in the EU:
Compliance to the mentioned standards is mandatory in Israel.
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