CE Marking of Toys

Ensure the Safety of Your Toys with Sertifike

The safety of toys is a top priority when it comes to children’s well-being. If you are a manufacturer or distributor of toys in the European Union (EU), it’s crucial to ensure that your toys comply with the strict safety standards set forth by Directive 2009/48/EC on the safety of toys. CE certification is a mandatory requirement for toys placed on the EU market, and this certification demonstrates that your products meet the necessary safety and quality criteria.

What Does Directive 2009/48/EC Cover?

Directive 2009/48/EC outlines the essential safety requirements that toys must meet within the EU. It covers a wide range of aspects related to toy safety, including:

CE Certification Consultation

We provide detailed information on the requirements of Directive 2009/48/EC and help you understand and navigate the regulations.


Technical File Preparation

Our experts assist in preparing the technical file required for CE certification.


Product Assessment

We evaluate your toys to ensure compliance with the necessary standards.


CE Marking Support

We guide you in adding the CE mark to your toys, indicating compliance with EU regulations.


Risk Assessment

We assess potential risks associated with your toys during use and recommend necessary precautions.


Training and Awareness

We help increase awareness of toy safety among your staff and support the development of a safety-conscious workplace culture.


Working with Sertifike means ensuring the compliance and safety of your toys, allowing you to operate competitively and responsibly in the market. Contact us today to begin the journey of obtaining CE certification for your toys and enhancing child safety.

Harmonised Standards

“The 2009/48/EC Toy Safety Directive adopts a series of harmonized standards for toy safety. These standards define specific criteria and requirements for the design, production, and testing of toys. Harmonized standards are referred to when determining whether a product complies with this directive. However, these standards can be updated and changed over time, so it is important to pay attention to the latest updates.

Some examples of harmonized standards may include:

  • EN 71 series: This series includes a range of European standards related to toy safety. Standards such as EN 71-1, EN 71-2, and EN 71-3 specifically address physical, mechanical, and chemical risks.
  • EN 62115: A standard for the safety of electric toys.
  • EN 60825: Defines safety requirements for laser toys.
  • EN 50088: Addresses the safe use of magnets in toys.

Nevertheless, to verify which harmonized standards apply to a specific type of toy or product, it is important to consult relevant regulations and current standards. Additionally, these standards provide guidance on how toys should be tested and assessed for specific risks.”

Be Safe with Sertifike

At Sertifike, we are here to guide and support you on your journey to ensure your toys are CE certified and compliant. This is not only a legal requirement but also critical for the safety of children. We take our job seriously and by co-operating with you, we help you achieve the following benefits:

Regulatory Compliance

Make sure your toys comply with the Toy Safety Directive 2009/48/EC. Certification helps you and your business fulfil your legal obligations.


Risk Mitigation

Reduce the risks to the safety of your toys. We identify potential hazards and help you take the necessary steps to prevent them.


Safety Awareness

Help your staff and employees learn about toy safety and support them in developing a safety culture.


Quality and Productivity Improvement

Improve your business processes and increase customer satisfaction with your compatible toys.



Gain easier access to the EU market with your CE-marked toys and increase your competitiveness


Working with Sertifike will help you bring your toys to market in a safe and compliant way and keep children safe. Contact us today for more information and to put your business in a better position. We are here to support you and your business.