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  • BS EN 1130:2019 Children's furniture. Cribs. Safety requirements and test methods

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  • BSI
  • December 2019
  • 978 0 580 51116 5
  • British Standard
  • 48
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This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for cribs (including cradles, suspended cribs and bedside sleepers) for domestic and non-domestic use.
The requirements apply to cribs with a maximum internal length of crib base of 900 mm which are intended to provide sleeping accommodation for infants, until they are able to sit unaided or pull or push themselves up on their hands and knees.
This document does not apply to electrical safety.
It does not apply to cribs used for medical purposes or used in hospitals.

Products that can be converted into other items may be covered by other relevant European Standards.
Annex A (informative) includes a rationale.
Annex B (informative) includes an A-deviation.

This new European standard for Cribs and cradles replaces the previous two part 1996 version of the standard, and contains significant changes including:
- Changes to the document structure to reflect the hazard-based approach used in other childcare standards
- Update of the test methods from the previous version (including some additions)
- The introduction of requirements and test methods for suspended cribs and bedside sleepers
- The addition of requirements for chemical and thermal hazards
- The addition of a Rationale in an informative annex, explaining the risks that have been addressed in the document

It should be noted that the UK did not support the introduction of this standard, as it was felt that not all the risks presented by bedside sleepers had been fully addressed.

This document specifies safety requirements and test methods for cribs (including cradles, suspended cribs and bedside sleepers) for domestic and non-domestic use.
The requirements apply to cribs with a maximum internal length of crib base of 900 mm which are intended to provide sleeping accommodation for infants, until they are able to sit unaided or pull or push themselves up on their hands and knees.
This document does not apply to electrical safety.
It does not apply to cribs used for medical purposes or used in hospitals.

Products that can be converted into other items may be covered by other relevant European Standards.
Annex A (informative) includes a rationale.
Annex B (informative) includes an A-deviation.

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