T/CTJPA 004—2016 Safety Requirements for Restraining Devices for Child Occupants of Power-Driven Vehicles: Ease-of-Use, Conformity of Production, and Chemical Safety
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Other major retailers or toy industry companies hit by recalls for products made in China this year include Easy-Bake Ovens, made by Hasbro, which could trap children’s fingers in the oven and burn them, and Target stores, which the consumer product commission said was importing and selling Anima Bamboo collection games, some of which were coated with lead paint.
ANSI/UL 696, Ninth Edition Standard for Safety Electric Toys
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When selecting toys, the most important aspect is the design quality and construction of the toy. The instruction and safety labels should always be read carefully, with every aspect of the law and advisory councils being taken into consideration. Toys should always be used in their proper environments, as riding toys, for instance should not be used anywhere near swimming pools or stairs.
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Ms. Duncan, of Consumers Union, urged parents to sign up for the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s automated notification system at the commission’s Web site (), so they can stay on top of which toys are being recalled.
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China’s own government auditing agency reported last month that 20 percent of the toys made and sold in China had safety hazards such as small parts that could be swallowed or sharp edges that could cut a child, according to a report in China Daily. Officials in China, of course, are fighting back, insisting that its food and other exports are safe and valuable, that new regulations are being put into place and that problem goods account for a tiny portion of all exports.
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The Australian Toy Association (ATA) is proud of our significant accomplishments in the area of toy safety. The ATA continues to work with the various regulators, both state and federally, Standards Australia, consumer groups and industry to continually advance product safety, both in Australia and around the world.
ATA represents more than 280 manufacturers, importers and retailers of toys, accounting for about 90% of all toys distributed in Australia. Our intention is simple: to help you keep your child safe during play.