There is no single website that independently safety tests ALL the toys on their platform. If you don't believe us - just ask them. They rely on certifications provided to them by the brands/suppliers themselves or worse, their own "tests" i.e "we used this, liked it, no problems, and so it passes".
Did you know that you can self-certify a toy for sale in the EU?
So called "conscientious" toy companies test 1 in every 1,000,000 toys.
The Twoodie Gems and packaging have passed testing for the following standards / Requirements:
EN71-1:2014 and A3:2014 (exclude Cl 6.7), Safety of Toys. Mechanical & Physical Properties
EN71-2:2011 and A1:2014, Safety of Toys. Flammability
EN71-3:2013 and A1:2014, Safety of Toys. Specification for Migration of Certain Elements
EN 14362-1:2012 and EN 14362-3:2012, Azo Colourants – Textile. European Regulation (EC) No. 1907/2006 REACH Annex XVII, Entry no. 43
ISO 8124-1:2014, Toy Safety: Mechanical & Physical Properties
ISO 8124-2:2014, Toy Safety: Flammability Test
ISO 8124-3:2010+A1:2014, Migration of Certain Elements
ASTM F963-11, Physical & Mechanical Requirements
ASTM F963-11, Clause 4.2/A5 Flammability of Solids
ASTM F963-11, Soluble Heavy Metals
CPSC-CH-E1002-08.1, Lead in Substrate-Non Metal
EPA 3052-1996, EPA3060A-1996 and EPA7196A-1992, Heavy Metals Content in Packaging Materials
5 tests – bag (including 3 types of chemical testing)
1 test – box
3 tests - twoodie (including individual chemical testing for 4 wood species)
4 tests - labelling and technical documentation
7 tests - compliance with additional US and AU/NZ requirements
Total = 20 tests performed and passed
Wooden Gems (product)
US and AU/NZ Toy and Packaging Certifications