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  1. Toys Regulations - SOR/2011-17 (SCHEDULE 9 : Test Method for Integrity of Magnetic)

    SCHEDULE 9(Section 43)Test Method for Integrity of Magnetic Toys and Magnetic Components

    1 The following method is to be used for testing the integrity of magnetic toys and magnetic components:

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    • (e) test the magnetic toy or the magnetic component according to the tests set out in the following sections of the ASTM international standard F963, entitled Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety, as amended from time to time, in the order below, while ensuring that for toys for use by a child of at least 8 years of age, the criteria for children over 36 months in Table 5 entitled “Test Parameters for Use and Abuse Tests” and the weight criteria in section 8.7.1 of that standard are used:

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      • (ii) section 8.7.2 “Tipover Test for Large, Bulky Toys”, as these toys are defined in that Standard and in which section “worst attitude” is replaced by “most onerous position”,

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  2. Toys Regulations - SOR/2011-17 (SCHEDULE 7 : Test Method for Dolls, Plush)

    SCHEDULE 7(paragraph 32(3)(a), subsection 33(1) and paragraph 34(a))Test Method for Dolls, Plush Toys and Soft Toys That Are Made of or Covered with Spun Staple Yarn or Bulked Continuous Filament Yarn

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    1 This method covers the evaluation of the flammability of dolls, plush toys and soft toys that have at least one of the following characteristics:

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  3. Toys Regulations - SOR/2011-17 (SCHEDULE 5 : Test Method for Dolls, Plush)

    SCHEDULE 5(sections 32 and 33)Test Method for Dolls, Plush Toys and Soft Toys That Are Covered with a Flat or Raised Fibre Textile Material or Natural Fur

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    1 This method covers the evaluation of the flammability of outer coverings of dolls, soft toys, plush toys, and any other product for use by a child in play, that are covered with a flat or raised fibre textile material or natural fur, including dolls’ clothing. In this Schedule, the term “raised fibre surface” means a napped, pile, tufted, flocked or similar surface.

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  4. Toys Regulations - SOR/2011-17

    Dolls, Plush Toys and Soft Toys


  5. Toys Regulations - SOR/2011-17 (SCHEDULE 4 : Method for Testing the Security of the Attachment of Eyes and Noses to Dolls, Plush)

    SCHEDULE 4(section 31)Method for Testing the Security of the Attachment of Eyes and Noses to Dolls, Plush Toys and Soft Toys

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