On September 15, 2012, the list of standards referenced in Decree 91-1292 has been updated and includes the latest revision of the following standards:
• NF EN 12227: December 2010 – Playpen for domestic use – Safety requirements and test methods
• NF EN 1930: February 2012 – Safety barriers – Safety requirements and test methods
• NF EN 1888: April 2012 – Wheeled child conveyances – Safety requirements and test methods
In order to ensure a smooth transitional period, the regulation specifies that it will still be possible to produce or import articles that conform to the previous standards within one year from the date of publication that means until September 15, 2013; and that it will be possible to sell out existing stocks.
This new list (http://www.legifrance.gouv.fr/
Manufacture and import of these articles, if they were approved through a type examination process, will be allowed during one year until September 15, 2013 and selling out existing stocks will be possible as well.
The regulation also states that child restraints such as car seats and carrycots that are covered by the
French Decree of 25 and 26 January 1995 - relating to the safety of child restraints for children in wheeled vehicles - also enter the scope of the Decree 91-1292 when they are used out of the vehicle as a reclined cradle or carry cot.
The SGS childcare laboratories in France and UK have been approved to deliver certificates of compliance (http://www.sgs.com/
For further information about the compliance with Decree 91-1292, please contact the SGS experts.
SGS Consumer Testing Services
Senior International Expert, Juvenile Products
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