Export support for selected products to Israel
Export support for selected products to Israel ITC and The Standard Institution of Israel have entered into a "Unilateral Recognition Agreements" for selected product areas.
The marketing of toys and products for children under three years of age is regulated by harmonized European legislation as well as by national – Czech legislation. Until 19 July 2011, toys are subject to the European Directive 88/378/EEC, which shall – after that date – be replaced by Directive 2009/48/EC of 18 June 2009 on the safety of toys. Only such toys are allowed to enter the EU market, which are in consistence with this legislation and, pursuant to the new Directive, also bear the CE marking and are accompanied by an EC declaration of conformity. For products designed for children under three years of age (sold on the Czech market), which include also toys for children under three years of age, there is an obligation to comply with the requirements of Decree No. 84/2001 Coll. implementing Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on Public Health Protection. These products, at all trade levels except for retail trade, must always be accompanied by a written declaration confirming that the products comply with the hygienic requirements laid down by the Decree. Such declaration is to be issued by the manufacturer, importer or authorized representative based on a compliance assessment of the results of the product tests with the hygienic requirements laid down by the above-mentioned Decree.
The necessary tests to verify the compliance with all basic requirements defined in the Council Directive 2009/48/EEC are performed by accredited laboratories.
|EN 71-1||Safety of toys – Part 1||Mechanical and physical properties|
|EN 71-2||Safety of toys – Part 2||Flammability|
|EN 71-3||Safety of toys – Part 3||Migration of certain elements|
|EN 71-4||Safety of toys – Part 4||Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities|
|EN 71-5||Safety of toys – Part 5||Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets|
|EN 71-7||Safety of toys – Part 7||Finger paints – Requirements and test methods|
|EN 71-8||Safety of toys – Part 8||Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use|
|EN 71-9||Safety of toys – Part 9||Organic chemical compounds – Requirements|
|EN 71-10||Safety of toys – Part 10||Organic chemical compounds – Sample preparation and extraction|
|EN 71-11||Safety of toys – Part 11||Organic chemical compounds – Methods of analysis|
|EN 62115||Safety of electric toys|
Ing. Ludmila Antošová
Ing. Daniel Vít
Head of analytic laboratory
Ing. Pavel Vávra
Head of electrical equipments
Institut pro testování a certifikaci, a.s.
trida Tomase Bati 5264, 760 01 Zlin
The person responsible for accuracy of data: Ing. Ludmila Antosova