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Standard ID GB 6675.1-2014 (GB6675.1-2014)
Description (Translated English) Toys safety. Part 1: Basic code
Sector / Industry National Standard
Classification of Chinese Standard Y57
Classification of International Standard 97.200.50
Word Count Estimation 14,181
Date of Issue 2014/5/6
Date of Implementation 2016/1/1
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB 6675-2003
Quoted Standard GB 5296.1; GB 5296.5; GB 6675.2; GB/T 28022
Drafting Organization Beijing Certification Center of Light
Administrative Organization National Toy Standardization Technical Committee
Regulation (derived from) National Standard Announcement 2014 No. 9
Proposing organization China Light Industry Association
Issuing agency(ies) General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People's Republic of China, Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China
Summary This Standard specifies the basic safety requirements of toys and supervise their implementation, legal responsibilities, basic safety requirements, including mechanical and physical properties, flammability properties, chemical properties, electrical pro

GB 6675.1-2014
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 97.200.50
Y 57
Replacing GB 6675-2003
T o y s s a f e t y – P a r t 1 . B a s i c c o d e
ISSUED ON. MAY 6, 2014
IMPLEMENTED ON. JANUARY 1, 2016
Issued by. General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and
Quarantine of the People's Republic of China;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of
China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 3
1 Scope ... 5
2 Normative references ... 6
3 Terms and definitions ... 7
4 General ... 11
5 Technical requirements ... 12
6 Implementation and supervision ... 19
7 Legal responsibilities ... 20
8 Others ... 20
Annex A (Normative) Warnings ... 21
Foreword
All technical content of this Part of GB 6675 is compulsory.
GB 6675 is a standard series relating to safety of toys, which comprises the parts as
follows.
-- Basic code (GB 6675.1);
-- General requirements, including but not limited to Mechanical and physical
properties (GB 6675.2), Flammability (GB 6675.3) and Migration of certain
elements (GB 6675.4);
-- particular requirements. This Part is the requirements for certain products.
This Part is Basic code for Safety of Toys. The products, which this Part applies to and
comply with the general requirements and the particular requirements of the standard
series, as well as GB 19865, are deemed to comply with the requirements of this Part.
This Part was drafted in accordance with the rules given in GB/T 1.1-2009.
This Part replaces GB 6675-2003, National safety technical code for toys. Compared
with the partly replaced GB 6675, National safety technical code for toys, Clause 3 to
Clause 8, the major changes of this Part are as follows.
-- Clause 1, Scope, reflects the adjustments of the applicable objects and the
inapplicable scope, of this Part as a basic code. It extends the applicable objects
scope and normalize the inapplicable scope in accordance with the toy
categories and non-toy categories.
-- with respect to the technical requirements of Clause 5, this Part only gives
specifications in principle, and it provides significant adjustments in clauses and
contents. The adjustments are as follows.
 it adds 5.1.10 and 5.1.11;
 it adds 5.2.3;
 it adds 5.3.1, 5.3.2, 5.3.7;
 it changes 4.3 of the former standard into 5.3.3 of the current standard;
 it adds 5.4, 5.5 and 5.6;
 it changes 4.4 of the former standard into 5.7.1, 5.7.2 and Annex A of the
current standard.
-- with respect to the implementation and supervision of Clause 6, some
adjustments are made in accordance with the CCC system and recall system of
China. The adjustments are as follows.
Toys safety – Part 1. Basic code
1 Scope
This Part of GB 6675 specifies the basic safety requirements and their implementation
and supervision, legal responsibilities, etc. for toys. The basic safety requirements
include the mechanical and physical properties, flammability properties, chemical
properties, electrical properties, hygienic requirements, radiance properties and
labelling requirements.
This Part applies to toys intended for use by children under 14 years of age. It also
applies to products intended for use by children under 14 years of age which are not
specially designed for play but have the function for play.
This Standard applies to toys intended for sales and use within the territory of China
(including trial and complimentary toys).
This Part does not apply to the toys as follows.
 equipment for public activity space;
 public automatic entertainment equipment, whether it requires the insertion of
coins or not;
 toy vehicles in which an internal combustion engine is installed;
 toy steam engines and toys in which a toy steam engine is installed;
 catapults/slingshots.
The following products are not deemed as toys in this Part.
 decorations for holidays or celebrations;
 collectible products which shall be labelled on themselves or their package in
a clear and conspicuous manner, indicating they are for use by collectors 14
years of age and above. The examples of the category.
-- detailed models scaled down;
-- assembly kits of detailed models scaled down;
-- ethnic dolls and decorative dolls and other similar articles;
-- toy replicas of historical significance;
-- imitation firearms;
EXAMPLE. Stove with heating properties.
3.6
design speed
representative potential operating speed which is determined by the design of toys
3.7
activity toy
toy intended for family domestic use, intended to bear the mass of one or more children,
the support structure which is connected to a crossbeam or carries with a crossbeam
and which is intended for the play of children inside or on.
EXAMPLE. Swings, slides, carousels and climbing frames.
3.8
chemical toy
toy which is intended for the direct handling of chemical substances and mixtures and
which is used in a manner appropriate to a given age group and under the supervision
of an adult
3.9
olfactory board game
toy the purpose of which is to assist a child to learn to recognize different odours or
flavours
3.10
cosmetic kit
toy the purpose of which is to assist a child to learn to make products such as
fragrances, soaps, creams, shampoos, bath foams, glosses, lipsticks, other make-up,
tooth-paste and conditioners
3.11
gustative game
toy the purpose of which is to allow children to make sweets or dishes which involve
the use of food ingredients such as sweets, liquids, powders and aromas
detachable/removable component
part or component that is intended to be removed from the toy without the use of tools
3.19
accessible
part or component, any area of the toy that can be contacted by any portion forward of
the collar of the accessibility probe as described in GB 6675.2
3.20
packaging
material accompanying the toy when purchased, but having no intended play function
3.21
projectile
object without capacity for self-propulsion, intended to be launched into free flight
3.22
projectile toy
toy with a projectile propelled by energy imparted by children or by means of a
discharge mechanism incapable of storing energy
3.23
simulated protective equipment
toys designed to mimic products which infer some sort of physical protection to the
wearer
EXAMPLE. Toy helmets, toy visors and toy protective masks.
3.24
toy bicycle
two-wheeled vehicle, with or without stabilizers, with a maximum saddle height of 435
mm and which is propelled solely by the muscular energy of a child on that vehicle, in
particular by means of pedals
3.25
wires and fasteners on toys shall minimize the injury hazards caused in contact with
them.
5.1.3 The design and structure of toys shall prevent the hazards to human body
because of the movement of toy components or minimize the hazards.
5.1.4 The design and manufacture of toys shall ensure.
a) that toys and their components shall be free from any hazard of strangling and
suffocation;
b) that toys and their components shall be free from any hazards caused by
blockage of respiratory tracts outside oral and nasal cavities and isolation of air
circulation;
c) that toys and their components shall be free from any hazards caused by wedging
into oral and nasal cavities, or blockage of entrance of lower respiratory tract, or
isolation of air circulation;
d) that the dimensions of toys, toy components and their detachable parts, which
are defined to be intended for use by children under 36 months of age, shall
ensure that they are not ingested or inhaled by children. This requirement also
applies to toys, toy components and their detachable parts which are intended
to be placed in the mouth;
e) that the packaging used for distribution of toys shall be free from any hazard of
strangling or suffocation caused by blockage of respiratory tracts of oral and
nasal cavities;
f) that toys in food or mixed with food shall be packaged independently. The
dimensions of their package shall avoid being ingested or inhaled by children;
g) that toys, which are firmly adhered to food and can only be touched directly after
the food is eaten, are prohibited. The components of toys directly adhered to
food shall comply with the requirements of c) and d).
In e) and f), the package of spherical, ovoid or ellipsoidal toys and its detachable
components, or any cylindrical toys packaged with a round end, their dimensions shall
ensure they are free from hazards of suffocation caused by wedging in the oral cavity
and throat or blockage of the entrance of lower respiratory tract.
5.1.5 The design and manufacture of aquatic toys shall give consideration to the
recommend use modes of toys as much as possible, trying to minimize the hazards
caused by toys’ loss of buoyancy and children’s loss of support.
5.1.6 Toys, which form a closed space for entrants after they enter, shall be provided
e) the dimensional proportion and structure shall be significantly different from
system made firearms.
5.2 Flammability
5.2.1 Toys shall not constitute a hazardous combustion element in the environment
for children. The materials of toys shall comply with one or more items as follows.
a) that if they are directly exposed to flames, sparks or other potential fire sources,
the materials shall not burn;
b) that they shall not have afterflame (extinguishing immediately after they are away
from flames);
c) that if they are ignited, the spread of flames shall be at a low speed;
d) that without considering the chemical composition of toys, the design of toys shall
be capable of retarding combustion by means of their structure.
The above-mentioned materials shall not pose the risks of igniting other materials used
for toys.
5.2.2 If toys contain hazardous substances or preparations specified by the State
because of functions, especially the materials and installations used for chemical
experiments, model assemblies, plastic/ceramics mould pressing, glazing,
photographing or similar activities. They shall not become flammable substances
because of the loss of volatile non-combustible ingredients.
5.2.3 Except the percussion caps of toys, toys shall not be explosives themselves,
or contain explosive substances or ingredients which may cause injuries to children
themselves or a third person.
5.2.4 Toys, particularly chemical game toys, shall not contain the following
substances.
a) which will explode because of chemical reactions or heating when mixing;
b) which will explode when mixed with oxides;
c) which contains volatile ingredients which are flammable in the air and liable to
form flammable or explosive gas/air mixtures.
5.3 Chemical properties
5.3.1 The exposed chemical substances of toy products after normal use and abuse
test shall not cause negative effects on the health of human body.
e) the warnings which play a decisive role in the purchase of toys, such as the
labelling of the minimum or maximum ages of users and the applicable warnings
specified in Annex A, shall appear on the consumer package or let the
consumers see clearly before purchase. And it shall include shopping online.
f) electric toys shall be provided with the markings and instructions for use relating
to electrical safety to warn carers and users to use toys properly to prevent the
occurrence of hazards.
6 Implementation and supervision
6.1 Production, distribution and import
In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Standardization Law of the People's
Republic of China and the Regulations for the Implementation of the Standardization
Law of the People's Republic of China, the organizations and individuals involving in
the research, production and distribution of toys shall implement this Part. Production,
distribution and import of products, which do not comply with this Part, are prohibited.
6.2 Prosecution, appeal and complaint
In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Standardization Law of the People's
Republic of China and the Regulations for the Implementation of the Standardization
Law of the People's Republic of China, the state organs, enterprises and public
institutions and all citizens shall have the right of prosecution, appeal and complaint
with respect to the behaviours of this Part.
6.3 Supervision and inspection
In accordance with the relevant provisions of the Product Quality Law of the People's
Republic of China, China implements a supervision and inspection system with the
random inspection as the main method for the quality of toys (products).
6.4 Safety certification
The safety certification involved in this Part shall be implemented in accordance with
national laws, regulations and provisions. China implements the National Compulsory
Certification (CCC) for baby carriages, plastic toys, electric toys, metal toys, projectile
toys and baby dolls.
6.5 Recall
For unreasonably hazardous toys which are identical and endanger the health and
safety of children, they shall be implemented as required by the Administrative
Provisions on the Recall of Children’s Toys.
devices, etc.) and indicate that if these inspection are not carried out, then toys may
collapse or turn over.
Instructions for use shall also provide the correct installation method of toys, and
indicate that if they are not installed correctly, hazards may occur in certain
components. They shall also provide detailed information of the planes on which it is
suitable to place toys.
A.2.3 Functional toys
Functional toys shall be provided with the following warning.
“Warning! Only use under the supervision of an adult.”
In addition, normally, if toys are the scale models of certain devices or products, the
possible hazards of such devices or products shall be indicated in the accompanying
instructions for use, to inform users of the precautions to be taken; and u......
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