Safety marks

Lion mark

The lion mark shows that a toy meets British safety standards and adheres to strict advertising and counterfeiting ethics.

Example:

Leap frog and fisher tank

CE mark

Manufacturer's self declaration that its product meets basic EU legal requirements.

Example:

Electrical toys. Tomas tank.

Kite mark

The kite mark confirms that the British Standards Institution has tested a product and found it meets a particular standard.

Example:

Train, blocks and plane

Age lable

It is used to show that the toy is unsuitable for children that are younger than three years old.

Example:

The hungry hypos game

Fire safety

Will not easily catch light from cigarettes or matches. Does not mean fireproof.

Example:

House cleaning toys, toy rings.