Moldova Updates List of Toy Safety Standards

Top Quote A look at Moldova’s recently updated list of toy safety standards that demonstrate presumption of conformity with its national Technical Regulation. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) June 10, 2021 - Moldova has updated its list of standards that demonstrate compliance with its Technical Regulation on toy safety.

    Published in April 2021, Order No. 39 of March 31, 2021, contains both Moldovan and European (EN) standards. The updated list contains the following standards – Moldovan (European):
    1. ‘Physical and mechanical’ - SM EN 71-1+A1:2018 (EN 71-1:2014+A1:2018)
    2. ‘Flammability’ - SM EN 71-2+A1:2014 (EN 71-2:2011+A1:2014)
    3. ‘Migration of certain elements’ - SM EN 71-3:2019 (EN 71-3:2019)
    4. ‘Experimental sets for chemistry and related activities’ - SM EN 71-4:2014 (EN 71-4:2013)
    5. ‘Chemical toys (sets) other than experimental sets’ - SM EN 71-5:2016 (EN 71-5:2015)
    6. ‘Finger paints’ - SM EN 71-7+A2:2018 (EN 71-7:2014+A2:2018) – limit for climbazole revised from 0.5% to 0.2%.
    7. ‘Activity toys for domestic use’ - SM EN 71-8:2018 (EN 71-8:2018)
    8. ‘N-Nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable substances’ - SM EN 71-12:2014 (EN 71-12:2013)
    9. ‘Olfactory board games, cosmetic kits and gustative games’ - SM EN 71-13:2014 (EN 71-13:2014)
    10. ‘Trampolines for domestic use’ - SM EN 71-14:2019 (EN 71-14:2018)

    For electrical toys, the Moldovan standards are:
    • SM EN 62115:2010
    • SM EN 62115:2005/A11:2016/AC:2018
    • SM EN 62115:2005/A11:2016
    • SM EN 62115:2005/A12:2016
    • SM EN 62115:2010/A2:2013/AC:2013
    • SM EN 62115:2010/A2:2013

    For European standards:
    • EN 62115:2005
    • EN 62115:2005/A11:2012/AC:2013
    • EN 62115:2005/A11:2012
    • EN 62115:2005/A12:2015
    • EN 62115:2005/A2:2011/AC:2011
    • EN 62115:2005/A2:2011

    Moldova’s Technical Regulation on toy safety was published in 2015. Its safety requirements are similar to those in Directive 2009/48/EC, the so-called European Toy Safety Directive (TSD).

    SGS EU Toy Directive Services
    SGS offers a wide range of services to ensure that products comply with the EU Toy Safety Directive. They offer training, safety/risk assessment, technical documentation check, labelling review, testing according to harmonized standards, SVHC screening, inspections and audits. They have the world’s largest network of toy experts and testing facilities, including around 20 toy laboratories and three 3 EU Notified Bodies (France, Germany and Netherlands). After all, it’s only trusted because it’s tested. Learn more about SGS’s EU Toy Directive Services. []

    SGS SafeGuardS keep you up to date with the latest news and developments in the consumer goods industry. Read the full Moldova Revises List of Toy Safety Standards SafeGuardS. []

    Subscribe here,, to receive SGS SafeGuardS direct to your inbox.

    For further information contact:
    Dr. HingWo Tsang
    Global Information and Innovation Manager
    Tel: (+852) 2774 7420
    Email: ( @ ) sgs dot com
    LinkedIn: sgs-consumer-goods-&-retail

    About SGS
    We are SGS – the world’s leading testing, inspection and certification company. We are recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. Our 89,000 employees operate a network of 2,600 offices and laboratories, working together to enable a better, safer and more interconnected world.

  • FB Icon Twitter Icon In-Icon
Contact Information