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On February 2, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) published the final rule that approved the ASTM F963-16 as the mandatory toy safety standard. Toys manufactured on and after April 30, 2017 shall comply with the ASTM F963-16 standard and should be certified per 16 CFR 1110 to the ASTM F963-16 standard based on the testing at a CPSC accepted third-party lab.
The F963 standard revision was five years in the making and includes significant revisions to strengthen the safety requirement of the toys while harmonizing, where feasible, with the International and European toy safety standards ISO 8124-1 and EN 71-1 respectively.
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