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Directive 2009/48/EC (Safety of Toys)

The Directive 2009/48/EC (Safety of Toys) is currently the most important legislation for all companies operating in the toy industry within the European Union. All toys sold in Poland must carry the CE mark, which certifies that the product complies with the essential safety requirements in force in the EU. In order for a manufacturer to label a toy with the CE mark, it must meet a number of requirements with regard to, among other things, strength, construction or materials. Such tests are carried out in the accredited testing laboratory of the KOMAG Institute (AB 910). The legal act adapting Polish law to the new directive is the Regulation of the Minister of Development and Finance of 20 October 2016 on requirements for toys Journal of Laws 2023 item 1260.

the Attestation Research Department Certification Unit carries out the conformity assessment of toys to the requirements of Directive 2009/48/EC (Safety of Toys), which allows the manufacturer to legally market the product giving a guarantee that the toy meets the essential requirements of the Directive and is therefore safe.

 

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Directive 2009/48/EC (Safety of Toys)

The course of action within the conformity assessment procedures according to Directive 2009/48/EC at KOMAG Institute is described in the handbook: TOYS Handbook - TYPE STUDY

Contact:
Manager: Andrzej Figiel, Ph.D. Eng.
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phone +48 32 2374604, +48 32 2374570
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