CE marking requirement in the toy sector
Again and again I see very nicely made baby or toddler toys (crackling books, book covers, disguises, etc) But do you also think that you have to test and mark this?
Here are some interesting links.
Missing markings are gladly warned!
And before it comes up again:
I only do it for my own use or give it away to friends: Wrong thought!
QUOTE: According to § 2 No. 15 2. GPSGV, the manufacturer is any natural or legal person who manufactures or has had a toy designed or manufactured and who makes this toy available on the market under his own name or trademark.
Provision on the market is any supply of a toy for distribution, consumption or use on the European Union market in the course of a business activity, whether in return for payment or free of charge; Imports into the European Economic Area are the same as the provision of a toy on the market.
Call me a spoilsport or grinder.
Unfortunately, many are unaware of the legal consequences that can result!
Special features of pacifier chains:
Heat pads "for relief of abdominal pain" are a "medical device class 1 - DE / CA22 / 119-2" and must be marked with the CE mark for medical devices.
Warming pillow with toy character In addition, the heat pad has a game character, e.g. due to the shape of a cuddly toy, it also falls under the toy directive (and related standards) and requires the CE marking and conformity declaration for toys.
Carnival costumes for children: