This document specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for drinking equipment intended for children of 0 to 48 months (see B.2) of age:
-   Re-usable containers and re-usable drinking accessories;
-   Single-use containers and drinking accessories sold with these containers;
-   Single-use feeding teats;
-   Ready to use feeding teats.
This document does not include requirements for the cleanliness of ready to use and single use products.
This document does not apply to products designed for specialist clinical medical applications, e.g. those relating to cleft lip palates.
This document does not apply to drinking equipment made from ceramics.
This document does not apply to bags intended for storage only.
This document does not apply to drinking equipment which is supplied with fluids or food when purchased and to feeding accessories fixed to it.
This document is not applicable to soothers. Safety requirements and test methods for soothers are specified in EN 1400 [6].
This document is not applicable for cutlery and other feeding utensils. Safety requirements and test methods for Cutlery and other feeding equipment are specified in EN 14372 [7].
For drinking equipment excluded from the scope, consider the applicable requirements of this document whenever possible.

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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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Tests have shown quite different results for Nitrosatables and that the tests are not reliable. The objective of the work will be to find a better way to determine Nitrosatables

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of soother holders (see B.1).
It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified.
This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of soother holders (see B.1).
It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified.
All products that are intended to connect a soother for babies and young children with any other product are included in the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard is intended to provide safety requirements for soother holders which are generally comprised of a strap with the holder at one end which retains the soother whilst the other end has a clasp that attaches to the child’s garment.
Where a soother holder has been classified as a toy or considered to have significant play value then the soother holder will have to meet the essential safety requirements for toys as stated in the Toy Directive (88/378/EEC) in addition to those in this European Standard. The addition of decorations or providing animal shaped fasteners should not automatically make the soother holder a toy; however the addition of a toy component to the soother holder will require that both the soother holder and the toy meet the essential safety requirements as stated in the Toy Directive. Where there is doubt concerning classification of a soother holder as a toy then advice should be sought from an EU Toy Notified Body or the Member State’s Competent Authority for toys (see B.2).

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This document specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of cutlery and feeding utensils. All products which are intended to be used by a child aged up to 36 months to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person are included in the scope of this document. This includes products which have a different primary function, but have a secondary function intended to allow a child to use the product to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person.
It does not apply to pre-prepared food containers, or to cutlery and feeding utensils designed for specialist medical applications or for use under medical supervision.
It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified and requirements relating to the instructions of use.
There are some products designed as a toy or with features that resemble a toy. These products shall additionally meet the relevant requirements of EN 71.
This document is not applicable for drinking equipment (feeding bottles, teats, spouts, and cups) which is covered by EN 14350-1 and EN 14350-2.

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This document specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of cutlery and feeding utensils. All products which are intended to be used by a child aged up to 48 months to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person are included in the scope of this document. This includes products which have a different primary function, but have a secondary function intended to allow a child to use the product to eat by itself or with the assistance of another person.
This document does not apply to pre-prepared food containers, to containers intended for storage only, or to cutlery and feeding utensils designed for specialist medical applications or for use under medical supervision (see B.1).
This document does not apply to single-use cutlery and feeding utensils.
This document includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified and requirements relating to the product information.
This document is not applicable to drinking equipment (feeding bottles, teats, spouts, and cups) which is covered by EN 14350:2020+A1:2023.

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This document specifies safety requirements relating to materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of soother holders.
NOTE 1   See B.1.
It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified.
This document covers products for children from birth to 36 months of age, alike the soothers to which these items are connected to.
This document is intended to provide safety requirements for soother holders. All products that allow the attachment of a soother intended for babies and young children to any other object are included in the scope. The soother holder has a holding device at one end for the soother, a garment fastener that attaches to any other product, e.g. the child’s garment and a connecting device linking these parts. The safety requirements of products that a soother holder attaches to are not considered in this standard.
Where a soother holder is considered to have significant play value, the soother holder is expected to meet the safety requirements for toys as stated in the Toy Directive 2009/48/EC [6] in addition to those in this document.
NOTE 2   See B.2.

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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).
NOTE   It is recommended that soothers excluded from the scope of this European Standard should meet those requirements that can be applied.
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats. Safety requirements and test methods for feeding teats are included in all parts EN 14350.
Modification to Clause 9.5.2, Test method

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The Soother Holder Standard, EN 12586:2007 pays great attention to the possible strangulation hazard arising from the use of a soother holder. A restriction on the length of the soother holder is explained in the Rationale B 7.
However a possible design has recently come to light which could circumvent this requirement and because of the extreme hazard presented requires, in our opinion, an immediate amendment to the standard.
The amendment will also correct an error made regarding the warning and especially with the Slovenian language.

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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 document specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and product information for drinking equipment intended for children of 0 to 48 months (see B.2) of age:
-   Re-usable containers and re-usable drinking accessories;
-   Single-use containers and drinking accessories sold with these containers;
-   Single-use feeding teats;
-   Ready to use feeding teats.
This document does not include requirements for the cleanliness of ready to use and single use products.
This document does not apply to products designed for specialist clinical medical applications, e.g. those relating to cleft lip palates.
This document does not apply to drinking equipment made from ceramics.
This document does not apply to bags intended for storage only.
This document does not apply to drinking equipment which is supplied with fluids or food when purchased and to feeding accessories fixed to it.
This document is not applicable to soothers. Safety requirements and test methods for soothers are specified in EN 1400 [6].
This document is not applicable for cutlery and other feeding utensils. Safety requirements and test methods for Cutlery and other feeding equipment are specified in EN 14372 [7].
For drinking equipment excluded from the scope, consider the applicable requirements of this document whenever possible.

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This part of this document specifies general and mechanical requirements for materials to be used for the manufacture of:
- 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 includes test methods for the mechanical safety requirements specified.
It does not apply to drinking equipment designed for medical applications or for use under medical supervision.
This document is not applicable to soothers. Safety requirements and test methods for soothers are specified in EN 1400-1, EN1400-2 and EN 1400-3.

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This part of this document specifies limits for the release of certain chemicals from materials to be used for the manufacture of the following drinking equipment:
- 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 includes test methods for the chemical safety requirements specified.
It does not apply to drinking equipment designed for medical applications or for use under medical supervision.
This document is not applicable to soothers. Safety requirements and test methods for soothers are specified in EN 1400-1, EN 1400-2 and EN 1400-3.

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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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The European Standard specifies methods for the isolation, identification and determination of N-nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable substances released by artificial saliva from elastomer or rubber teats and soothers.

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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 part of EN 1400 "Child use and care articles" specifies limits for the release of certain chemicals from materials to be used for the manufacture of soothers and products which resemble a soother.
It includes test methods for the chemical safety requirements specified.
This standard is applicable to products which resemble or function as a soother unless they are being marketed as medical devices.
This standard does not apply to products designed for specialist medical applications or use under medical supervision, e.g. those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies. These special cases are described in an informative annex (Annex A) to Part 1 of this standard.
NOTE   It is recommended that soothers excluded from the scope of this European Standard should meet those requirements that can be applied.
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats.

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This part of this European Standard specifies mechanical requirements and test methods for the performance of soothers for babies and young children.
This European Standard is applicable to products that resemble or function as a soother unless they are being marketed as medical devices.
This European Standard does not apply to products designed for specialist medical applications, e. g., those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies. These special cases are described in an informative annex (see EN 1400-1, Annex A)
NOTE   It is recommended that soothers excluded from the scope of this European Standard should meet those requirements that can be applied.
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats.

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This part of this European Standard specifies general safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, packaging and labelling of soothers. It includes also requirements relating to the instructions for use.
This European Standard is applicable to products that resemble or function as a soother unless they are being marketed as medical devices.
This European Standard does not apply to products designed for specialist medical applications, e. g., those relating to Pierre-Robin Syndrome or premature babies. These special cases are described in an informative annex (see Annex A).
NOTE   It is recommended that soothers excluded from the scope of this European Standard should meet those requirements that can be applied.
The standard is not applicable to feeding teats.

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of soother holders (see B.1).
It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified.
All products that are intended to be used by a child to connect a soother with any other product are included in the scope of this European Standard.
This European Standard is intended to provide safety requirements for soother holders which are generally comprised of a strap with the holder at one end which retains the soother whilst the other end has a clasp that attaches to the child’s garment.
Where a soother holder has been classified as a toy or considered to have significant play value then the soother holder will have to meet the essential safety requirements for toys as stated in the Toy Directive (88/378/EEC) in addition to those in this European Standard. The addition of decorations or providing animal shaped fasteners should not automatically make the soother holder a toy; however the addition of a toy component to the soother holder will require that both the soother holder and the toy meet the essential safety requirements as stated in the Toy Directive. Where there is doubt concerning classification of a soother holder as a toy then advice should be sought from an EU Toy Notified Body or the Member State’s Competent Authority for toys (see B.2).

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This European Standard specifies safety requirements relating to the materials, construction, performance, packaging and labelling of soother holders. It includes test methods for the mechanical and chemical requirements specified. All products which are intended to be used by a child to connect a soother with any other products are included in the scope of this standard. There are some products designed for more than one role, for example a soother holder might incorporate a rattle device or a soft toy.

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