Safety of toys — Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties — Amendment 3: Warnings and fibrous filling materials

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FINAL
ISO
AMENDMENT
DRAFT
8124-1:2014
FDAM 3
ISO/TC 181
Safety of toys —
Secretariat: DS
Voting begins on:
Part 1:
2017-03-20
Safety aspects related to mechanical
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and physical properties
2017-05-15
AMENDMENT 3: Warnings and fibrous
filling materials
Sécurité des jouets —
Partie 1: Aspects de sécurité relatifs aux propriétés mécaniques et
physiques
AMENDEMENT 3: .
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ISO 8124-1:2014/FDAM 3:2017(E)
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ISO 8124-1:2014/FDAM 3:2017(E)
Safety of toys —
Part 1:
Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical
properties
AMENDMENT 3: Warnings and fibrous filling materials
3 Terms and definitions
Replace the existing terminological entry with the following:
3.11
cord

narrow piece of flexible textile or non-textile material, the length of which is significantly greater than

the thickness and width

EXAMPLE  Cord includes elastic material, monofilament polymeric material, tape, ribbon, rope, strap, chain,

woven and twisted material and string, as well as certain weak and long springs.

Note 1 to entry Electrical cables (see 3.X.9) are not considered to be cords. Accessible electrical wires (for

example between a battery box and a sound source in a soft filled toy) which are not electrical cables are,

however, considered to be cords.
Add the following new terminological entry:
3.XX
elastic

material or item that is stretchable when subjected to an external force and which is able to recover or

nearly recover its original length or shape when the force is removed
Replace the existing text of 4.4.1 with the following:
4.4.1 For children under 36 months
See E.6

Toys intended for children under 36 months, removable components thereof and components liberated

during testing in accordance with 5.24 (Reasonably foreseeable abuse tests) shall not fit entirely,

whatever their orientation, into the small parts cylinder when tested in accordance with 5.2 (Small

parts test).

The requirement also applies to fragments of toys, including, but not limited to, pieces of flash, slivers of

plastics and pieces of foam or shavings.

The following are exempt before and after subjecting the toy to the tests according to Clause 5 (test

methods):
—  paper books and other articles made of paper and pieces of paper;
—  writing materials such as crayons, chalk, pencils and pens;
—  modelling clay and similar products;
—  fingerpaints, water colours, paint sets and paint brushes;
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ISO 8124-1:2014/FDAM 3:2017(E)
—  fuzz;
—  fibrous filling material;
—  balloons;
—  textile fabric, including non-woven fabric such as felt;
—  yarn;
—  elastic fabric;
—  string;
—  audio and/or video discs which are not themselves small parts.

Guidance on categories of toys which can be considered as intended for children under 36 months is

given in A.4.2 (Toys appropriate for children under 3 years of age).
Replace the existing text of 4.4.2 with the following:
4.4.2
...

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