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Analysis Report on Harmful Substances Limit in Toys in Greater China

Analysis Report on Harmful Substances Limit in Toys in Greater China

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  • Author:EHS & GHS Compliance Department, REACH24H Consulting Group
  • Pages:81
    Format:Electronic Edition (Adobe PDF)
  • Publish Date:Jan 24, 2019
    Last Updated On:Jan 24, 2019

Toy industry plays a fairly important role in the economic development of the Chinese mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. As the overseas markets are becoming more aware of the product safety and environmental protection issues, the standards of toys safety are getting stricter. There are urgent needs for the toys safety standards in the above four areas, especially in the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong to get aligned with the developed countries. This report is going to introduce and compare the general requirements of harmful substances in toys and children's products in aspects of the regulations and the standards. 

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1. Background
2. Laws and Regulations
3. Analysis of Standards

  • Chinese mainland

  • Hong Kong

  • Macau

  • Taiwan

  • Toys and children's products vs. electrical and electronic products

4. Standards Implementation and Inspection
5. Comparison and Suggestion
Table 1 Summary of Laws and Regulations
Table 2 Standards of Toys and Children's Products of the Chinese Mainland
Table 3 Standards of Toy and Children's Products of Hong Kong ( European Standard)
Table 4 Standards of Toys and Children's Products of Macau
Table 5 Standards of Toys and Children's Products of Taiwan
Table 6 Toy and Children's Products Standard VS RoHS