On July 25 (twenty-five), 2022 (two thousand and twenty-two), the Modification Project PROY-NOM-253-SE-2021, Toys-Mechanical, Physical Safety Requirements electrical and flammability was published in the Official Gazette of the Federation.
This standard aims to establish the safety requirements for toys that are manufactured, imported and marketed in the national territory@closeyellow. Said project minimizes the potential dangers associated with the toys resulting from their use in their intended modes of play (normal use) as well as from non-intended modes of play (reasonably foreseeable abuse).
A toy will be understood as any product or article conceived, intended and manufactured in an obvious way to be used for game or entertainment purposes by children under 14 years of age. The evaluation of the conformity of the products, object of the Mexican Official Standard Project issued by the Ministry of Economy, must be carried out by accredited and approved persons in terms of the provisions of the Federal Act on Metrology and Standardization or the one that replaces it. , the current applicable Regulation and in accordance with the provisions of the Conformity Assessment Procedure.
All toys, non-electrically operated and electrically operated, must meet the requirements for physical, mechanical and flammability properties established in international standards ISO 8124-1:2018 and ISO 8124-2:2014. Once the certification of the products has been carried out, certificates of conformity will be issued, issued by product certification bodies in terms of the Federal Act on Metrology and Standardization or the one that replaces it and the applicable Regulation, which ensures that the product complies with the specifications established in the NOM Project, valid for 1, 2 and 3 years, which may be renewed for equal periods.
Through this report you are made aware of the Project PROY-NOM-253-SE-2021, Toys-Mechanical, Physical Safety Requirements electrical.
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