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BSI - BS EN 71-11

Safety of toys — Part 11: Organic chemical compounds — Methods of analysis

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Organization: BSI
Publication Date: 22 November 2005
Status: active
Page Count: 72
ICS Code (Organic chemicals in general): 71.080.01
ICS Code (Toys): 97.200.50
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BS EN 71-11 is a safety standard that helps to ensure that toys sold in the European Community are safe for children to play with. The standard specifies the methods of analysis to be used for the identification and determination of organic chemicals in toys and toy material extracts. Methods have been elaborated and validated for various types of chemicals, e.g. flame retardants, colourants and preservatives. BS EN 71-11 is intended to be used in conjunction with BS EN 71-9, which stipulates requirements for organic chemicals in toys, and BS EN 71-10, which lays down the procedures to be followed when sampling and extracting toys prior to chemical analysis. The standard is aimed at toy manufacturers, toy importers, enforcement authorities and test houses.

Document History

BS EN 71-11
November 22, 2005
Safety of toys — Part 11: Organic chemical compounds — Methods of analysis
BS EN 71-11 is a safety standard that helps to ensure that toys sold in the European Community are safe for children to play with. The standard specifies the methods of analysis to be used for the...

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