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    The relevant standards for dummies, dummy chains, teats, training cups and utensils are outlined in this section.

    Dummies and dummy chains are included in a single mandatory safety standard, Consumer Goods (Babies’ Dummies and Dummy Chains) Safety Standard 2017. The mandatory standard is based upon the Australian standard AS 2432:2015, Babies’ dummies and the European standard EN 1400:2013, Child use and Care Articles - Soothers for Babies and Young Children - Safety Requirements and Test Methods


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    Dummies, Dummy Chains and Teats        AS 2432:2015  Babies’ dummies 
    EN 1400:2013  Child use and Care Articles - Soothers for Babies and Young Children - Safety Requirements and Test Methods 
    EN 14350-1:2004  Child Use And Care Articles - Drinking Equipment Part 1: General And Mechanical Requirements And Tests  
    EN 14350-2:2004  Child Use And Care Articles - Drinking Equipment Part 2: Chemical Requirements And Tests 
    Training Cups
    EN 14350-1:2004  Child Use And Care Articles - Drinking Equipment Part 1: General And Mechanical Requirements And Tests 
    EN 14350-2:2004  Child Use And Care Articles - Drinking Equipment Part 2: Chemical Requirements And Tests 
    Drinking and Feeding Utensils   AS 2070-1999Plastics materials for food contact use 
    EN 14372:2004  Child Use And Care Articles - Cutlery And Feeding Utensils - Safety Requirements And Tests 



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  • Children's Products Guide

    Includes information on standards, certification schemes and other industry specific information that may be of interest to manufacturers, importers, suppliers and users of children's products. Products used by children and marketed to children can cause considerable risks. The publications outlined in the guide provide information that can be used to assess risks as well as safe practises for products primarily designed for children aged 0-14 years.

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