Everyone should buy safe toys for their baby.
There are many toys bought today, which aren’t safe for babies of a young age.
When shopping for toys for a baby you must check the minimum age for the baby to be at, to play with the toy. There have been many accidents involving baby’s playing with toys that are not appropriate for their age. They may become a choking hazard or cause and injury because of small parts on the toys.
Manufacture of toy safety age certification for toys are found on the Consumer Product Safety Commission website. The certification of toys sold in the USA are as follows:
- Describing the product covered by a certificate.
- The certificate must identify the children’s product safety rule which will applicable to the toy.
- Providing the name, full mailing address, and telephone number of the importer or U.S. domestic manufacturer certifying the product.
- Providing the name, full mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number of the person who is maintaining any test records in support of a certification.
- The place and date of where this toy was produced.
- Must provide the correct date and place when the toy was tested for compliance with the consumer product safety rule(s) cited above.
- Identification of any third party, CPSC-accepted laboratory on whose testing the certificate depends.
No one will ever think that a baby can be harmed by any type of toy, much less a baby musical toy! Please be sure to check all the safety features and the ages toys are made for before purchasing for a baby. These types of accidents happen often and baby will have to be taken to a family doctor or emergency room to be treated for any type of injuries. The way you can keep an infant safe is to make sure you follow the manufacture labels of age limits for any types of toys.