EU Toy Safety Directive: Going deep into the toy safety assessment
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According to the European Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC, before placing a product on the market, toy manufacturers shall carry out an analysis of the chemical, physical, mechanical, electrical, flammability, hygiene and radioactivite hazards that the toy may present, as well as an assessment of the potential exposure to such hazards.
The safety assessment is intended to identify and manage the hazards presented by a toy and can be carried out at any stage within the development of a product.
It’s advantageous to carry it out as early as possible in the development cycle and to revisit the assessment at key stages as the product changes through development.
UL invites you to join this complimentary toy webinar when UL experts will discuss the safety assessment required by the EU Toy Safety Directive and will address the main questions raised on this subject.
Date: December 11th
Time: 3.00 pm / 3.45 pm (CET)
This webinar discusses how safety assessments can help reduce and optimize testing, and can be useful in assessing compliance with International requirements.
Register now, completing the form on the right.