The sale of all children’s toys on the Amazon website must meet specified certification standards. Note that Amazon may remove your selling privileges for failing to meet these standards. If an ASIN is found to be non-complaint, sellers are required to submit compliance documentation for the ASIN.
If you are contacted by Amazon, you must provide documents to confirm the safety of your products. Amazon requires certain documentation that indicates testing compliance with applicable standards or regulations for each product that you are applying to sell.
Amazon’s policies require that children’s toys sold through the Amazon website meet specified certification standards. You will receive an email if one of your ASINs is affected. In that case, if you wish to continue selling these products on Amazon, please submit the following information to email@example.com.
To speed up the process, please submit one application per family ASIN/variation/model number. For each ASIN or model number you wish to list, provide genuine product images or its packaging showing:
EC Declaration of Conformity – This document can be obtained from the brand owner or official importer of the product in the EU.
A test report from an accredited laboratory, confirming that your product was tested according to the standards listed in the following table. This can also be obtained from the brand owner or official importer in the EU.
If you do not submit the required information, we will consider that as admission that the product was not compliant with the certification standards, so we recommend submitting the information even if you do not intend to continue selling the product.
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EC Declaration of Conformity in line with Directive 2009/48/EC on the safety of toys
+ EN 71-1 test report
+ EN 62115 (for electric toys)
+ other applicable parts of EN 71 depending on the product type:
You can find a list of external consultants who might help you with questions regarding regulatory requirements on the Europe Compliance Solutions page.
Please contact Selling Partner Services (SPS) for information about these suppressions and your request will be filed with the relevant team(s) by the SPS associates.
A toy is an item that is used in play, especially one designed for such use. Playing with toys can be an enjoyable means of training young children for life in society. Different materials such as wood, clay, paper and plastic are used to make toys.