SAMR and SAC Release National Standards in Children Related Fields
Source from:SAC    Update on:2022-09-13 11:08

On the occasion of the International Children's Day, State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR), Standardization Administration of China (SAC) approved and released 14 national standards in children related fields, covering school security, digital textbooks and children products, to help children grow healthily and lead the high-quality development of the industry with standards.
In terms of school security, GB/T 29315-2022, Security requirements for primary and secondary schools and kindergartens, defines 16 key positions and areas for the security of schools, and specifies the detailed provisions for relevant precautionary measures and technical requirements. It will help enhance the security of schools, effectively resist unlawful infringements, and better promote the establishment of peaceful schools. The newly revised GB/T 28846-2022, Red scarf, has improved the red scarf, the special accessory worn by Chinese primary school students, in the aspects of product safety, colour fastness, colour difference, practicability and quality, and practically guaranteed the safety and health of children.
In terms of digital textbooks, three national standards such as GB/T 41471-2022, Digital textbook—Publishing fundamental process of digital textbook for primary and secondary school, provide the reference for publishers to ensure the quality of digital textbooks, which lay a technical foundation for their publication and dissemination, and will play a supporting role for the supervision of digital textbooks in the future.
In terms of children products, three national standards including GB/T 41002-2022, General specification for children's case and bag, provide the quality requirements and experimental methods for children's case and bag, watch and chair, which will help improve the safety performance of products, better guarantee the legitimate rights and interests of children, and lead the high-quality development of relevant industries. Another five national standards such as GB/T 41435-2022, Determination of boric acid and salts of boric acid in toy materials—Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry, can effectively improve the quality of children products, and reduce the risk of harmful substances to children's health. They are conducive to better serving children across the world.