Safety of toys — Part 7: Requirements and test methods for finger paints — Amendment 1
The standard was updated to align with the changes to ISO 8124–3. The following updates were made:
- Replace: ISO 8124–3:2010, Safety of toys — Part 3: Migration of certain elements
with: ISO 8124–3, Safety of toys — Part 3: Migration of certain elements
so that the reference is undated.
Replace the existing 4.4 with the following:
The concentration of elements shall not exceed the maximum limit values for finger paint specified in
Replace the existing A.4 with the following:
The limit values and test methods for the migration of certain elements in finger paints are specified in
This standard provides amendments to ISO 8124–7:2015.
Safety of Toys — Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties — Amendment 1: Flying toys
This standard provides amendment to terminological entries such as:
3.86 Flying toy
- toy or part of a toy intended to be launched into free flight with an on-board energy source, e.g. compressed gas, springs, electricity or inertial energy, that continues to propel the object after the initial release, for part or all of the flight
3.87 Remote-controlled flying toy
- flying toy with a mass of no more than 250 g, capable of being remotely controlled, e.g. by a wireless transmitter
Note 1 to entry: Wireless transmitters are typically hand-held devices and include smart devices such as telephones and tablets.
EXAMPLE: Drones and helicopters.
Safety of Toys — Part 1: Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties — Amendment 2: Various
This standard adds this to the terminological entries:
3.88 Toy bag
- bag, clearly intended for use in play, often having features designed to encourage children to use it in play activities
Note 1 to entry: Bags that are used solely for storage of the toy or its components are to be considered packaging regardless of whether they are attractive to children, for example if they are brightly coloured or have characteristics appealing to children. Such characteristics alone are not enough to define them as toy bags.