Safety of toys — Part 3: Migration of certain elements — Amendment 1

Sécurité des jouets — Partie 3: Migration de certains éléments — Amendement 1

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Safety of toys —
Part 3:
Migration of certain elements
Sécurité des jouets —
Partie 3: Migration de certains éléments
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ISO 8124-3:2010/Amd.1:2014(E)
ISO 2014

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ISO 8124-3:2010/Amd.1:2014(E)
Safety of toys —
Part 3:
Migration of certain elements
Page 1, Subclause 1.3
In the second dash point, replace the word “up to” by “under” to read:
— all toys intended for or suitable for children under 72 months of age;
Page 5, Clause 7
Replace the existing clause with the following:
7 Selection of test portions
See C.6.
A laboratory sample for testing shall consist of a toy either in the form in which it is marketed, or in
the form in which it is intended to be marketed. Test portions shall be taken from the accessible parts
(see ISO 8124-1) of a single toy sample. Identical materials in the toy may be com

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