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ASTM F963-11 Toy Safety Compliance

ASTM F963-11 requires toy manufacturers located in or importing to the United States have their products tested for hazardous chemicals and susbtances.
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ASTM F963 Toy Safety Standard

Section 106 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008 requires toy safety testing to ASTM F963-11. On December 31, 2011 ASTM F963-11 became a mandatory requirement. This applies to all products that are imported into the United States and that are intended for children 12 years age and younger. Sections of the standard address the presence of chemicals in toys such as lead and other heavy metals. Through the collection of Full Material Declarations (FMDs) for products the constituent materials and chemical of a product can be determined and checked against this list of chemicals and metals. In addition Certificates of Conformity (CoC), Laboratory Test Reports (LTR), or Manufacturing Contract Agreement (MCA) from the customer’s supply chain can also be collected.
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