Safety of toys — Part 4: Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use — Amendment 2: Paddling pools
Sécurité des jouets — Partie 4: Balançoires, glissoires et jouets à activité similaire à usage domestique familial intérieur et extérieur — Amendement 2: Pataugeoires
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Safety of toys —
Voting begins on:
Swings, slides and similar activity
Voting terminates on:
toys for indoor and outdoor family
AMENDMENT 2: Paddling pools
Sécurité des jouets —
Partie 4: Balançoires, glissoires et jouets à activité similaire à usage
domestique familial intérieur et extérieur
AMENDEMENT 2: Pataugeoires
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FINAL DRAFT INTERNATIONAL STANDARD ISO/FDIS 8124-4:2014(E)
Safety of toys —
Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and
outdoor family domestic use
AMENDMENT 2: Paddling pools
Change the note in existing definition to read as follows:
Note 1 to entry: Aquatic toys, trampolines, and ride-on vehicles are not considered as activity toys in thecontext of this part of ISO 8124.
Add the following new definition:
toy pool with a maximum depth of water of 400 mm measured between the overflow level and thedeepest point within the pool
Note 1 to entry: A permanently installed pool would not be considered to be a toy.
Note 2 to entry: Examples of typical paddling pools can be found in the guidance document on
the application of the European directive on the safety of toys (2009/48/EC), (http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/sectors/toys/files/gd_doc8pools_en.pdf).
Add the following new requirements:
4.11 Paddling pools
Advertising copy or graphics shall not state or imply that a child will be safe in such a toy if leftunsupervised.
4.11.2 Edges, points, and small parts
Paddling pools shall not present any hazardous sharp edges, hazardous sharp points, or small partsbefore and after testing according to 6.10.
Tests for hazardous sharp e