This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for baby walking frames into which a child is placed, and intended to be used from when the child is able to sit up by itself until the child is able to walk by itself.
This document does not apply to baby walking frames for therapeutic and curative purposes and to those baby walking frames relying on inflatable parts to support the child.
Toys (e.g. ride on toys, push-along toys, usually intended for children able to walk unaided) are not covered by this document.
If a baby walking frame has several functions or can be converted into another function the relevant European standards apply to it.

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Part 1 of this European standard specifies the minimum safety requirements
and test methods for strap and/or fabric assemblies for restraining children
from birth up to 48 months of age. These products are provided with a rein for
use when the child is walking and/or may be provided with detachable straps
for use in child use and care articles which are fitted with specified attachment
points.
Part 1 of the standard does not cover backpacks with a leading rein which are
covered in Part 2 of the standard. This standard does not apply to the
following:
 Restraint systems permanently fitted as an integral feature of child use
and care articles;
 Restraint systems intended for children with special needs;
 Restraint systems for use in motorised and power driven vehicles.
If the product has other functions not covered in this European standard,
reference should be made to the relevant European standard.

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Part 2 of this European standard specifies the minimum safety requirements
and test methods for children's harnesses incorporating backpacks and/or
toys with a leading rein for restraining children when walking, with the ability
to walk competently and for use up to 48 months of age.
If the product has other functions not covered in this European standard,
reference should be made to the relevant European standard.

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This document defines a test method for security of attachment of functional and decorative buttons to
clothing including garments such as gloves, hats, scarves, hosiery, ties, and textile belts.
This document does not apply to:
a) child care articles;
b) shoes, boots and similar footwear;
c) toys (see NOTE 2);
d) other articles sold with clothing.
NOTE 1 The above items are covered by other CEN Technical Committees and as such are out of scope of this
document.
NOTE 2 Disguise costumes including carnival costumes are examples of clothing which are also toys and fall
within the scope of the Toy Safety Directive.
The scope of this document is limited to sewn-on buttons, toggle buttons and tack buttons.
Assessment of other garment components are considered in:
— CEN/TS 17394-3, or
— CEN/TS 17394-4.
Performance requirements are provided in CEN/TS 17394-1.

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This document specifies the safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs and prams, intended for the transportation of one or more children up to three years of age. This document does not apply to toys, pushchairs intended for sport use, pushchairs and prams propelled by a motor, and pushchairs and prams designed for children with special needs. Other relevant standard(s) can apply if any when a pushchair or pram or any part of the pushchair or pram has several functions or can be converted into another function. NOTE The average weight of a three-year-old child corresponds to 15 kg.

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This document is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under, both individually and collectively.
This part of the standard specifies additional safety requirements for snappies for which the primary activities are climbing and sliding. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment. It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data.
This document specifies requirements to protect a child from hazards that he or she might be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This document is not applicable to inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for:
-  Re-usable feeding teats and drinking accessories;
-  Re-usable feeding bottles and drinking cups;
-  Single-use feeding bottles, feeding teats, feeding bags and drinking accessories, which do not contain fluid when purchased.
It does not apply to drinking equipment designed for medical applications or for use under medical supervision.
This document is not applicable to soothers.
Note: Safety requirements and test methods for soothers are specified in EN 1400.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for free standing children's high chairs that elevate  children to dining table height usually for the purposes of feeding or eating. Children's high chairs are for children up to 3 years of age who are capable of sitting unaided.
With the exception of special high chairs for medical purposes, this standard applies to children's high chairs for domestic and non-domestic use.
NOTE   If a children's high chair has to or can be converted into other functions, additional European Standards may apply.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for free standing children's high chairs that elevate  children to dining table height usually for the purposes of feeding or eating. Children's high chairs are for children up to 3 years of age who are capable of sitting unaided.
With the exception of special high chairs for medical purposes, this standard applies to children's high chairs for domestic and non-domestic use.
NOTE   If a children's high chair has to or can be converted into other functions, additional European Standards may apply.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for cribs (including cradles, suspended baby beds and bedside sleepers) for domestic and non-domestic use with an internal length of the base less than or equal to 900 mm used to lay young babies for sleeping until they are able to sit unaided, or push up on its hands and knees. Products that can be converted into other items may be covered by other relevant European standards.
Electrical safety is not covered in this standard.
This standard does not cover cribs used for medical purposes.
Mattresses provided with the crib are not covered by this standard.

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for cribs (including cradles, suspended cribs and bedside sleepers) for domestic and non-domestic use.
The requirements apply to cribs with a maximum internal length of crib base of 900 mm which are intended to provide sleeping accommodation for infants, until they are able to sit unaided or pull or push themselves up on their hands and knees.
This document does not apply to electrical safety.
It does not apply to cribs used for medical purposes or used in hospitals.
Products that can be converted into other items may be covered by other relevant European Standards.
Annex A (informative) includes a rationale.
Annex B (informative) includes an A-deviation.

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This part of EN 14960 specifies additional safety requirements for inflatable bouncing pillows intended for permanent installation.
This part of the standard is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under both individually and collectively.
This part of the standard specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activity is bouncing. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment.
It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data.
This part of the standard specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she may be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This part of the standard is not applicable to inflatables dealt with in prEN 14960-1:2017, inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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This part of EN 14960 specifies additional safety requirements for inflatable bouncing pillows intended for permanent installation.
This part of EN 14960 is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under, both individually and collectively.
This part of EN 14960 specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activity is bouncing. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment.
It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data.
This part of EN 14960 specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she might be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This part of EN 14960 is not applicable to inflatables dealt with in EN 14960 1:2019, inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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This Technical Report has been written to help all users of EN 14682:2014 with the understanding of garment styling and the harmonized standard.
The document is in 'Question and Answer' format. All the garments mentioned are examples of frequently asked questions raised by the clothing industry or market surveillance authorities. The responses have been reviewed and agreed upon by CEN/TC 248/WG 20.

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The purpose of this CEN Technical Report is to provide replies to requests for interpretations and clarifications of:
-   EN 1273:2005, Child use and care articles - Baby walking frames - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 1888:2012, Child care articles - Wheeled child conveyances - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 1930:2011, Child use and care articles - Safety barriers - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 12586:2007, Child use and care articles - Soother holder - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 12790:2009, Child use and care articles - Reclined cradles;
-   EN 12221 1:2008, Changing units for domestic use - Part 1: Safety requirements;
-   EN 12221 2:2008, Changing units for domestic use - Part 2: Test methods;
-   EN 1466:2004+A1:2007, Child care articles - Carry cots and stands - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 14350 2:2004, Child use and care articles - Drinking equipment - Part 2: Chemical requirements and tests;
-   EN 1400:2013+A1:2014, Child use and care articles - Soothers for babies and young children;
-   EN 14372:2004, Child use and care articles - Cutlery and feeding utensils - Safety requirements and tests;
-   EN 16120:2012, Child use and care articles - Chair mounted seat;
-   EN 14350-1:2004, Child use and care articles - Drinking equipment - Part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests;
-   EN 16232:2013, Child use and care articles - Infant swings.

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This Technical Report has been written to help all users of EN 14682:2014 with the understanding of garment styling and the harmonized standard.
The document is in 'Question and Answer' format. All the garments mentioned are examples of frequently asked questions raised by the clothing industry or market surveillance authorities. The responses have been reviewed and agreed upon by CEN/TC 248/WG 20.

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This European Standard is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under both individually and collectively.
This standard specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activities are bouncing and sliding. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment. It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data.
This standard specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she may be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This standard is not applicable to inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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This document is applicable to inflatable play equipment intended for use by children fourteen years and under both individually and collectively.
This document specifies safety requirements for inflatable play equipment for which the primary activities are bouncing and sliding. It sets measures to address risks and also to minimize accidents to users for those involved in the design, manufacture and supply of inflatable play equipment. It specifies information to be supplied with the equipment. The requirements have been laid down bearing in mind the risk factor based on available data.
This document specifies the requirements that will protect a child from hazards that he or she may be unable to foresee when using the equipment as intended, or in a manner that can be reasonably anticipated.
This document is not applicable to inflatable water-borne play and leisure equipment, domestic inflatable toys, air-supported buildings, inflatables used solely for protection, inflatables used for rescue, or other types of inflatable toys where the primary activity is not bouncing or sliding.

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The purpose of this CEN Technical Report is to provide replies to requests for interpretations and clarifications of:
-   EN 1273:2005, Child use and care articles - Baby walking frames - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 1888:2012, Child care articles - Wheeled child conveyances - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 1930:2011, Child use and care articles - Safety barriers - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 12586:2007, Child use and care articles - Soother holder - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 12790:2009, Child use and care articles - Reclined cradles;
-   EN 12221 1:2008, Changing units for domestic use - Part 1: Safety requirements;
-   EN 12221 2:2008, Changing units for domestic use - Part 2: Test methods;
-   EN 1466:2004+A1:2007, Child care articles - Carry cots and stands - Safety requirements and test methods;
-   EN 14350 2:2004, Child use and care articles - Drinking equipment - Part 2: Chemical requirements and tests;
-   EN 1400:2013+A1:2014, Child use and care articles - Soothers for babies and young children;
-   EN 14372:2004, Child use and care articles - Cutlery and feeding utensils - Safety requirements and tests;
-   EN 16120:2012, Child use and care articles - Chair mounted seat;
-   EN 14350-1:2004, Child use and care articles - Drinking equipment - Part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests;
-   EN 16232:2013, Child use and care articles - Infant swings.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for children's cots for domestic use with an
internal length greater than 900 mm but not more than 1 400 mm.
The requirements apply to a cot that is fully assembled and ready for use.
For cots that can be converted into other items e.g. changing units, playpens additional requirements
can apply.
This European Standard does not apply to carry cots, cribs and cradles for which a separate European
standard exists.

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This European Standard specifies the additional safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs, designed for the carriage of one or more children, to cover the use from 15 kg up to 22 kg each.
This standard applies in conjunction and in addition to the European standard EN 1888-1 "Child use and care articles - Wheeled child conveyances - Pushchairs and pram body"

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This draft European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for wheeled child conveyances, designed for the carriage of one or more children, up to 15 kg each and additional 20 kg on any integrated platform on which a child can stand.
This draft European Standard does not cover toys, shopping trolleys; baby carriers fitted with wheels; wheeled child conveyances propelled by a motor and wheeled child conveyances designed for children with special needs.
Where additional products are designed to be attached to a wheeled child conveyance, a hazard and risk analysis should be undertaken to identify any potential hazards.
Where a wheeled child conveyance or any part of the wheeled child conveyance has several functions or can be converted into another function it shall comply with the relevant standard(s).

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for children’s bath tubs and stands and for non stand-alone bathing aids that are intended to be used in conjunction with a children’s bath tub.
This European Standard does not cover children’s bath tubs and stands designed for children with special needs.
NOTE: If the product has several functions or can be converted into another function, the relevant European Standards apply to it.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements for children's cots for domestic use with an internal length greater than 900 mm but not more than 1 400 mm.
The requirements apply to a cot that is fully assembled and ready for use.
For cots that can be converted into other items e.g. changing units, playpens additional requirements can apply.
This European Standard does not apply to carry cots, cribs and cradles for which a separate European standard exists.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and test methods for stand-alone bathing aids.
This European Standard does not cover bathing aids and bath rings designed for children with special needs.
NOTE 1   Non stand-alone bathing aids that are intended to be used in conjunction with a child’s bath tub are covered in WI 00252100, Child use and care articles - Bath tubs for children.
NOTE 2    If the product has several functions or can be converted into another function, the relevant European Standards apply.

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This European Standard specifies the additional safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs, designed for the carriage of one or more children, above15 kg and up to 22 kg each.
This European Standard applies in conjunction with and in addition to the European standard EN 1888-1 and it cannot be used separately.

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This European Standard specifies the safety requirements and test methods for pushchairs and prams, designed for the carriage of one or more children, up to 15 kg each and up to 20 kg for any integrated platform on which a child can stand.
This European Standard does not cover toys, baby carriers fitted with wheels; pushchairs and prams propelled by a motor and pushchairs and prams designed for children with special needs.
Where a pushchair or pram or any part of the pushchair or pram has several functions or can be converted into another function it is due to comply with relevant standard(s).

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for children’s bath tubs and stands and for non-standalone bathing aids that are designed and intended to be used only in conjunction with a children’s bath tub.
This document does not cover children’s bath tubs and stands and non-standalone bathing aids designed for children with special needs.
NOTE 1   Standalone bathing aids are covered in EN 17022.
NOTE 2   Where the product has several functions or can be converted into another function it is due to comply with relevant standard(s).

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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for standalone bathing aids intended to be used in a bath tub.
This European Standard does not cover bathing aids designed for children with special needs.
Bathing aids that are intended to be used only in conjunction with a child’s bath tub are not covered by this standard.
NOTE 1   Non-standalone bathing aids that are intended to be used only in conjunction with a child’s bath tub are covered in FprEN 17072:2018, Child care articles - Bath tubs, stands and non-standalone bathing aids - Safety requirements and test methods.
NOTE 2   Where the product has several functions or can be converted into another function it is due to comply with relevant standard(s).

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for soothers.
This European Standard is applicable to products that resemble or function as a soother. Some soothers may be marketed with other functions. This standard is applicable to these products (some examples are given in Annex C).
This European Standard does not apply to products designed for specialist clinical medical applications, e.g. those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies (see Annex C).
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats. Safety requirements and test methods for feeding teats are included in all parts of EN 14350 [2], [3].

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and the corresponding test methods for infant swings intended for children up to a weight of 9 kg or unable to sit up unaided.
If an infant swing has several functions or can be converted into another function, the relevant European Standards apply to it.
Swings falling under the scope of EN 71-8 are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
See rationale in A.1.

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This document specifies requirements for the safety of children's sleep bags which are used in the
children's sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision), and designed to provide sufficient warmth
so as to remove the need for additional bedding when sleeping in a cot or similar product (e.g.
crib/cradle) in which a child is contained. It is applicable to products for use by younger children based
on the ability of the children to not being able to climb out of the cot (approximately under the age of 24
months).
NOTE The informative Annex D lists topics of further investigations, which might lead to necessary
improvement of the safety requirements of children's sleep bags.
This document does not apply to products designed for use during the care of premature children or
children of low birthweight or for outdoor use or to products designed to keep a child warm in a
pushchair or car seats (e.g. foot muff).
If a part of the children's sleep bag is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), this part
will, in addition to the following requirements, be subjected to safety requirements related to relevant
standards (see A.1).

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This document provides guidance information on chemical hazards that should be taken into consideration when developing safety standards for child use and care articles. In addition, these guidelines can assist those with a general professional interest in child safety.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the safety of children's cot bumpers used in the
children's sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision) when sleeping in a cot or similar product
(e.g. crib/cradle) in which a child is contained.
NOTE The informative Annex C lists topics of further investigation which might lead to necessary
improvement of the safety requirements of cot bumpers.
If a part of the children's cot bumpers is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), this
part will, in addition to the following requirements, be subjected to safety requirements related to
relevant standards (see A.1).

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the safety of children's cot duvets, excluding
removable duvet covers, used in the child’s sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision), and
designed to provide sufficient warmth when sleeping in a cot or similar product (e.g. crib/cradle) in
which a child is contained. This document specifies requirements for cot duvets suitable for children up
to 36 months. Cot duvets with permanent decorative outer fabrics also known as cot quilts or coverlet
are also in the scope.
NOTE The informative Annex E lists topics of further investigations which might lead to necessary
improvement of the safety requirements of children's cot duvets.
The requirements for removable cot duvet covers are excluded from this document and are covered in
EN 16779-2.
If a part of the children's cot duvet is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), in
addition of the following requirements, this part will be subjected to safety requirements related to
relevant standards (see A.1).

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This Technical Report addresses the most known mechanical hazards and is intended to provide guidance when drafting standards for child use and care articles.

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Product information given in standards has a direct impact on safety. It should contribute to avoiding risks to the child. However, product information is not intended to compensate for design deficiencies and does not in itself make a product safer but is a means for the manufacturer to communicate with the user.  Reasonable foreseeable misuse and risks of the product should be made explicit and adequate warnings be given.
All product information should be in the language(s) of the country in which the product is sold. It should be presented so that it is unambiguous, legible and easy to read and comprehend.
A risk analysis should be applied to identify those hazards for which safety-related product information is required.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for soothers.
This European Standard is applicable to products that resemble or function as a soother. Some soothers may be marketed with other functions. This standard is applicable to these products (some examples are given in Annex C).
This European Standard does not apply to products designed for specialist clinical medical applications, e.g. those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies (see Annex C).
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats. Safety requirements and test methods for feeding teats are included in all parts of EN 14350 [2], [3].

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This European Standard specifies requirements for the safety of children's cot bumpers used in the children's sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision) when sleeping in a cot or similar product (e.g. crib/cradle) in which a child is contained.
NOTE   The informative Annex C lists topics of further investigation which might lead to necessary improvement of the safety requirements of cot bumpers.
If a part of the children's cot bumpers is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), this part will, in addition to the following requirements, be subjected to safety requirements related to relevant standards (see A.1).

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This document specifies requirements for the safety of children's sleep bags which are used in the children's sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision), and designed to provide sufficient warmth so as to remove the need for additional bedding when sleeping in a cot or similar product (e.g. crib/cradle) in which a child is contained. It is applicable to products for use by younger children based on the ability of the children to not being able to climb out of the cot (approximately under the age of 24 months).
NOTE   The informative Annex D lists topics of further investigations, which might lead to necessary improvement of the safety requirements of children's sleep bags.
This document does not apply to products designed for use during the care of premature children or children of low birthweight or for outdoor use or to products designed to keep a child warm in a pushchair or car seats (e.g. foot muff).
If a part of the children's sleep bag is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), this part will, in addition to the following requirements, be subjected to safety requirements related to relevant standards (see A.1).

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This draft European Standard specifies requirements for the safety of children's cot duvets, excluding removable duvet covers, used in the child’s sleeping environment (i.e. not under supervision), and designed to provide sufficient warmth when sleeping in a cot or similar product (e.g. crib/cradle) in which a child is contained. This document specifies requirements for cot duvets suitable for children up to 36 months. Cot duvets with permanent decorative outer fabrics also known as cot quilts or coverlet are also in the scope.
NOTE   The informative Annex E lists topics of further investigations which might lead to necessary improvement of the safety requirements of children's cot duvets.
The requirements for removable cot duvet covers are excluded from this document and are covered in prEN 16779 2 (in preparation).
If a part of the children's cot duvet is designed to offer additional function (e.g. play function), in addition of the following requirements, this part will be subjected to safety requirements related to relevant standards (see A.1).

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements and the corresponding test methods for infant swings intended for children up to a weight of 9 kg or unable to sit up unaided.
If an infant swing has several functions or can be converted into another function, the relevant European Standards apply to it.
Swings falling under the scope of EN 71-8 are excluded from the scope of this European Standard.
See rationale in A.1.

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This Technical Report, contains the general safety philosophy and a guideline on safety assessment that experts are recommended to use when drafting standards.
It also contains an Annex A with a collection of available anthropometric data and details of the abilities of children from birth to 48 months of age.
The general safety philosophy given in this part is based on the principle that child use and care articles should be designed to be safe.
Children with special needs have not been taken into account while drafting these guidelines. ISO/IEC Guide 71 can be consulted to ascertain any further requirements to address the hazards and risks associated with children with special needs.
These guidelines do not cover all types of hazards and risks, such as inappropriate use of products, inadequate supervision of children and products used in a non-domestic situation.
Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that all other potential hazards relevant to the product are fully addressed e.g. hygiene, the effects of electrical power etc., where other safety standards may apply.

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This document provides guidance information on chemical hazards that should be taken into consideration when developing safety standards for child care articles. In addition, these guidelines can assist those with a general professional interest in child safety.

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This document provides guidance information on mechnical hazards that should be taken into consideration when developing safety standards for child use and care articles. In addition, these guidelines can assist those with a general professional interest in child safety.

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This Technical Report, contains the general safety philosophy and a guideline on safety assessment that experts are recommended to use when drafting standards.
It also contains an Annex A with a collection of available anthropometric data and details of the abilities of children from birth to 48 months of age.
The general safety philosophy given in this part is based on the principle that child use and care articles should be designed to be safe.
Children with special needs have not been taken into account while drafting these guidelines. ISO/IEC Guide 71 can be consulted to ascertain any further requirements to address the hazards and risks associated with children with special needs.
These guidelines do not cover all types of hazards and risks, such as inappropriate use of products, inadequate supervision of children and products used in a non-domestic situation.
Attention is drawn to the importance of ensuring that all other potential hazards relevant to the product are fully addressed e.g. hygiene, the effects of electrical power etc., where other safety standards may apply.

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Product information given in standards has a direct impact on safety. It should contribute to avoiding risks to the child. However, product information is not intended to compensate for design deficiencies and does not in itself make a product safer but is a means for the manufacturer to communicate with the user. Reasonable foreseeable misuse and risks of the product should be made explicit and adequate warnings be given.
All product information should be in the language(s) of the country in which the product is sold. It should be presented so that it is unambiguous, legible and easy to read and comprehend.
A risk analysis should be applied to identify those hazards for which safety-related product information is required.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for locking devices fitted by consumers in a domestic environment for cupboards and drawers for restricting access by young children.
NOTE   Child resistant locking devices only intended to be installed by professionals or that are an integral part of the cupboard and drawer system are beyond the scope of this standard.

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This draft European Standard specifies test methods for assessing the safety of children's cots and folding cots for domestic use.
It applies to children’s cots and folding cots with an internal length greater than 900 mm but not more than 1 400 mm.

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