AU/NZL Regulations

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Australia & New Zealand's requirements for toys are mainly embodied in the AS/NZS ISO 8124 series standard. For electric toys, it should also meet the related safety requirements of AS/NZS 62115. In addition, Australia has issued a series of mandatory standards and injunction notices under the Australian Consumer Protection Act and the Trade Act, which also involve related safety requirements for toys.



Standard  name


AS/NZS 8124.1

Mechanical and physical properties

This standard specifies requirements  and test methods for toys intended for use by  children in various age  groups from birth to 14 years

AS/NZS 8124.2  


This standard specifies the categories  of flammable materials that are prohibited  in all toys, and  requirements concerning flammability of certain toys when  they are  subjected to a minor source of ignition

AS/NZS 8124.3

Migration of Certain Elements

This  standard specifies test  methods and limits of the migration of 8 soluble  heavy metal elements  from accessible materials used in toys

AS 8124.4

Experimental sets for chemistry and  related  activities

This standard  specifies requirements for the  maximum amount and, in some cases, the maximum  concentration of certain  substances and mixtures used in experimental sets  for chemistry and  related activities

AS 8124.5

Chemical toys (sets)  other than  experimental sets

This standard  specified  requirements and test methods for the substances and materials used  in  Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets

AS/NZS 8124.6

Swings, slides and similar activity  toys for  indoor and outdoor family domestic use

This standard  specifies  requirements and test methods for activity toys for domestic family  use  intended for children under 14 years

AS/NZS 8124.7

Finger paints - Requirements and test  methods

This standard  specifies  requirements for the substances and materials used in finger paints

SA/SNZ TR  8124.8

Age determination guidelines

This standard  provides  guidelines for the determination of the lowest age at which children   start playing with toys in specific toy sub-categories

AS/NZS 8124.9  

Organic chemical compounds  Requirements

This standard  specifies  requirements for the migration or content of certain  hazardous organic  chemical compounds from/in certain toys and toy materials

AS/NZS  8124.10

Organic chemical compounds Sample  preparation and  extraction

This standard  specifies sample  preparation and extraction procedures for establishing  the release or  content of organic compounds from those toys for which  requirements  exist in AS/NZS 8124.9

AS/NZS  8124.11

Organic chemical compounds Methods of  analysis

This standard  specifies sample  preparation and extraction procedures for establishing  the release or  content of organic compounds from those toys for which  requirements  exist in AS/NZS 8124.9

AS/NZS   8124.12

Determination of total concentration of certain elements in toys

This standard specifies the total test method for lead, mercury,  cadmium, chromium, antimony, selenium, arsenic, antimony and other elements.

AS/NZS 62115

Electric toys - Safety

This standard  specifies  electrical safety requirements for toys, such as marking and   instructions, power input, heating and abnormal operation, electric  strength  at operating temperature, moisture resistance, electric  strength at room  temperature, mechanical strength, construction,  protection of cords and  wires, components, screws and connections,  clearances and creepage distances,  resistance to heat and fire,  radiation, toxicity and similar hazards, etc.

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