ISI and BIS on toys
A gazette notification released by the the Ministry of Commerce and industry dated
25th Feburary 2020 , made the BIS mark mandatory on all kinds of toys from
As it will be mandatory for all the toys to bear ISI certification on toys and also BIS certification on toys, we help with complete solutions to the manufacturers and other entities who want to comply with Certification required on toys in India.
The products are covered under the Different parts of IS 9873:2018 , IS 9873:2017 and
The notification States:
This Quality Control order shall apply to ( Toys ) Product or material designed or clearly intended, whether or not exclusively, for use in play by the children under 14 years of age or any other product as notified by the Central Government from time to time.
Standard's part wise testing explanation for toys testing
Sun Consultant's regulatory experts verify the design, safety, and quality of a variety of toys and children’s products to meet the requirements of Govt. of India vide notification no
The safety of kids is a sensitive subject, which is mainly close to the heart of every parent. While purchasing toys/products for a kid, product safety remains to be an important issue. Finger traps, sharp edges, loose components, presence of toxic materials and substances which are too flammable can all cause severe damage to the kid and huge fines on the suppliers of any toy/product deemed to be unsafe.
The principle of this standard is to diminish risks related to children’s toys. Particular tests are performed on toys based upon the toy type and/or characteristics of the toy. In addition, proper warning labels are addressed on the product in this standard.
This section determines the flammability of toys. It provides general requirements along with exact requirements for particular toys, which come out to be the most harmful, this includes toys to be worn on the head (moustache, wigs, beards, etc.), toy disguise costumes & those intended to be worn by kids during any play, toys intended to be entered by a kid, and soft filled toys
This section involves determining the migration of the following elements: Cadmium, Barium, Lead, Mercury, Chromium, Antimony and Selenium from easily reached parts of toys. This applies to the following toy materials: varnishes/ paints/ lacquers/ coatings/ polymeric & similar materials/ printing inks/similar material, textiles, paper and paper board, ceramic/ glass/ metallic materials, other materials whether mass coloured or not, materials intended to leave a trace, (i.e. pencils or liquid pens) and pliable modelling materials.
This section specifies requirements for indoor & outdoor activity toys for domestic family use intended to bear the weight of children under 14 years. This standard covers swings, slides, rocking toys, carousels, climbing frames, inflatable activity toys, paddling pool, motion rides, rung ladders, stepladders, stairways, head & neck entrapment.
This part involves requirements for the safety of finger paints only. Finger paints are aqueous, semi-solid or liquid, coloured mixture specially designed for children to apply directly. IS 9873 Part 7 specifies limits that finger paints may contain for listed preservatives, colourants, carcinogenic primary aromatic amines, and migration of certain elements, benzo (a) pyrene, N- Nitrosamines and label warnings.
This part specifies a maximum acceptable level of certain phthalate esters in toys and children’s products. This standard provides a separate limit for toys meant for children under 4 years of age and other toy products.ISI certification on toys and BIS certification on toys will be mandatory from 01.09.2020 and for all the manufacturer who want to capture the Indian market this will the the Certification required on toys in India