JAPAN TOY SAFETY

 

Japan Food Sanitation Law

STC is a global independent third-party testing laboratory that has been recognized and accredited by JMHLW as a foreign official laboratory capable of performing comprehensive testing and certification services under the Japan Food Sanitation Law. Testing reports issued by STC are accepted by the Japanese Customs, quarantine stations in Japan. Toys in Japan that are intended for infants and products that can be put into their mouths require mandatory compliance under the Food Sanitation Law to ensure product safety. Toy manufactures, retailers or importers who wish to market their products in Japan must demonstrate conformity to the Food Sanitation Law and received certification from an official designated testing laboratory by the Japan’s Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (JMHLW).

 

ST Mark Scheme

Additionally, the Japan Toy Safety Standard (ST Standard) established by the Japan Toy Association (JTA) provides toy manufacturers, retailers and consumers additional safeguard on toys intended for play by children up to the age of 14 through the ST Mark scheme. STC has also received accreditation and approval from JTA as a designated overseas testing laboratory in Hong Kong under:

 

Article 11- Basic Principle of Toy Safety Standards and Safety Toy Mark Program, Test Category: Toy Safety Standard Part 3 – Chemical Properties.

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For more information about our Japan Food Sanitation Law & ST Mark services, please feel free to contact us.

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