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CEN Releases Children’s Product Standards

May 13, 2016

The European Committee for Standardization (CEN) has released the following standards:

Reference and title of the standard(and reference document) First publication in Official Journal Reference of superseded standard Date of cessation of presumption of conformity of superseded standard Note 1 Commission Decision
EN 1130-1:1996Furniture - Cribs and cradles for domestic use - Part 1: Safety requirements 24/04/2004 C(2004) 1493
EN 1130-2:1996Furniture - Cribs and cradles for domestic use - Part 2: Test methods 24/04/2004 C(2004) 1493
EN 1273:2005Child use and care articles - Baby walking frames - Safety requirements and test methods 17/02/2009 2009/18/EC
EN 1466:2014 (new)Child use and care articles - Carry cots and stands - Safety requirements and test methods This is the first publication EN 1466:2004+A1:2007Note 2.1  30/11/2015 (EU) 2015/13
EN 1930:2011 (new)Child use and care articles - Safety barriers - Safety requirements and test methods This is the first publication (EU) 2015/1345
EN ISO 4210-3:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 3: Common test methods (ISO 4210-3:2014) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-4:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 4: Braking test methods (ISO 4210-4:2014) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1 

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-5:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 5: Steering test methods (ISO 4210-5:2014, Corrected version 2015-02-01) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1 

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-6:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 6: Frame and fork test methods (ISO 4210-6:2014 This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1 

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-7:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 7: Wheels and rims test methods (ISO 4210-7:2014) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-8:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 8: Pedal and drive system test methods (ISO 4210-8:2014) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1 

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 4210-9:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles - Part 9: Saddles and seat-post test methods (ISO 4210-9:2014) This is the first publication EN 14764:2005EN 14766:2005

EN 14781:2005

Note 2.1

(EU) 2015/681
EN ISO 8098:2014 (new)Cycles - Safety requirements for bicycles for young children (ISO 8098:2014) This is the first publication (EU) 2015/681
EN 12221-1:2008+A1:2013 (new)Child use and care articles - Changing units for domestic use - Part 1: Safety requirements This is the first publication (EU) 2015/1345
EN 12221-2:2008+A1:2013 (new)Child use and care articles - Changing units for domestic use - Part 2: Test methods This is the first publication (EU) 2015/1345
EN 13209-1:2004Child use and care articles - Baby carriers - Safety requirements and test methods - Part 1: Framed back carriers 22/07/2006 2006/514/EC
EN 14344:2004Child use and care articles - Child seats for cycles - Safety requirements and test methods 15/10/2005 2005/718/EC
EN 14350-1:2004Child use and care articles - Drinking equipment - Part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests 15/10/2005 2005/718/EC
EN 14682:2014 (new)Safety of children's clothing - Cords and drawstrings on children's clothing - Specifications This is the first publication EN 14682:2007Note 2.1 (EU) 2015/1345
EN 16433:2014Internal blinds - Protection from strangulation hazards - Test methods 10/10/2014 2014/531/EU
EN 16434:2014Internal blinds - Protection from strangulation hazards - Requirements and test methods for safety devices 10/10/2014 2014/531/EU

 

Note 1: Generally, the date of cessation of presumption of conformity will be the date of withdrawal (“dow”), set by the European standardisation organisation, but attention of users of these standards is drawn to the fact that in certain exceptional cases this can be otherwise.

Note 2.1: The new (or amended) standard has the same scope as the superseded standard. On the date stated, the superseded standard ceases to give presumption of conformity with the essential or other requirements of the relevant Union legislation.

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