Be aware! The CE marking is not just a voluntary label for toys, but legal conformity marking that manufacturer or exporter must comply with when placing toys on the market. The terms CE marking, CE mark or CE certification can be used as synonyms.
The Toys Safety Directive 2009/48/EC is related to the safety of toys, where toys are items designed and/or intended to use in play by children younger than 14 years old.
Toys that are placed on the market must comply with essential health and safety requirements of the Toys Safety Directive. The requirements relate to physical, mechanical, chemical and electrical properties of toys. Besides, the Toys Safety Directive sets the requirements for flammability, hygiene and (if applicable) radioactivity of toys.
By affixing the CE marking on toys the manufacturer and/or importer declares that the product complies with essential requirements of the Toys Safety Directive 2009/48/EC. Toys that are CE marked can be traded within the whole European Economic Area (EEA).
There are products that according to the Toys Safety Directive are NOT toys. These include:
Certification Company performs comple CE marking for toys in accordance with the Toys Safety Directive 2009/48/EC. In addition to complete CE certification you can contact us for the following services:
The Toys Safety Directive 2009/48/Ec contains the legal obligations for each type of economic operators (manufacturer, importer, distributor). The following step-by-step plan has been drawn up for the manufacturer.
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The cost of CE Certification for toys varies by type of product. Request a quote to understand what your certification will cost.