What safety certifications are required for playpens?

What safety certifications are required for playpens?

Safety certifications for baby playpens can vary from country to country. Here are some common playpen safety certifications:

ASTM F1004: American standard for infant and toddler safety fences, developed by the American Institute of Standards and Testing Technology (ASTM International).

EN 1930: European standard for safety fences for infants and young children, developed by the European Committee for Standardization.

JPMA certification: Certification by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association, which ensures that products meet U.S. safety standards.

CCC certification: China Compulsory Certification, applicable to baby playpens sold in the Chinese market.

BS EN 12227: European standard for playpens, ensuring products meet safety requirements.

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These safety certifications typically test and evaluate various aspects of the playpen, including the fence's structural strength, gap size, stability, material safety, locking mechanisms and emergency escape routes. The purpose of certification is to ensure that the playpen meets specific safety standards and provide consumers with a reliable safety choice.

When purchasing a playpen, it is recommended to choose products that comply with relevant safety certifications. Read product instructions and labels carefully to verify that it meets applicable safety certifications. Additionally, the manufacturer's guidelines and recommendations should be followed for proper installation and use of the playpen to ensure your baby's safety.

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