GB 6675 standards, China’s mandatory technical requirements for toy safety, were first published by Standardisation Administration of the People's Republic of China on 13 August 1986. These standards provide for requirements on mechanical and physical properties, flammability, chemical and electric properties, hygiene requirements, radioactive performance, labelling requirements, its implementation and supervision, legal responsibilities and requirements for specific products.
The standards apply to toy products designed or intended, whether or not exclusively, for use in play by children under 14 years of age. These standards also apply to toys intended for use in China (including trial and free giveaway toys). Articles not covered by this specification are as follows: playground equipment, public recreational equipment, hobby and holiday decorations, craft items, baby soothing products, decorations in which the finished item is not primarily of play value.
GB 6675 consists of the following parts:
1. Basic code (GB 6675.1);
2. General requirements, including but not limited to mechanical and physical properties (GB 6675.2), flammability (GB 6675.3), migration of certain elements (GB 6675.4);
3. Specific requirements for particular products.
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