Indonesia – Toys Must be Tested by Appointed Labs in Indonesia
Vol. 915 | June 13, 2016
From 17 April 2016, toys entering the Indonesia market must be tested by the appointed testing laboratories located in Indonesia for the SNI certification as the two-year stay period for overseas testing laboratories has ended.
Under the regulation of the Ministry of Industry No. 24/M-IND/PER/4/2013 (amended by 55/M-IND/PER/11/2013), below is the compulsory Indonesian National Standard (SNI) for toys:
|SNI ISO 8124-1:2010||Safety aspects related to mechanical and physical properties|
|SNI ISO 8124-2:2010||Flammability|
|SNI ISO 8124-3:2010||Migration of certain elements|
|SNI ISO 8124-4:2010||Swings, slides and similar activity toys for indoor and outdoor family domestic use|
|SNI IEC 62115:2011||Electrical toys|
|SNI 7617:2013/Amd-1:2014||Non Azo|
Intertek Indonesia (PT. Intertek Utama Services) is one of the laboratories appointed by the Indonesian Ministry of Industry. In addition, Intertek has signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Indonesian product certification bodies (LSPro) to support the toy industry in meeting compliance requirements.
For more information, please contact:
852 2173 8637