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    The standards in this section include children’s nightwear, labelling and size coding, fire testing and sun protective clothing. There is a new mandatory standard on children’s nightwear: Consumer Goods (Children’s Nightwear and Limited Daywear and Paper Patterns for Children’s Nightwear) Safety Standard 2017.

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    Children’s Nightwear AS/NZS 1249:2014 Children’s nightwear and limited daywear having reduced fire hazard
    Labelling and Size Coding       AS/NZS 1957:1998 Textiles – Care labelling 
    AS/NZS 2621:1998 Textiles – Guide to the selection and correct use of labelling instructions from AS/NZS 1957 
    AS 1182-1997 Size coding scheme for infants’ and children’s clothing – Underwear and outerwear 
    AS/NZS 2392:1999 Textiles – Labelling of clothing, household textiles and furnishings 
    Fire Testing   ISO 10047:1993 Textiles - Determination of surface burning time of fabrics 
    ISO 6941:2003 Textile fabrics – Burning behaviour – Measurement of flame spread properties of vertically oriented specimens 
    Sun Protective Clothing AS/NZS 4399:2017 Sun protective clothing – Evaluation and classification 


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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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