Rs 817.023.41 Order Of Dfi Of 23 November 2005 On The Objects Intended To Come Into Contact With Mucous Membranes, Skin, Or Hair System And On Candles, Matches, Lighters And Products From Tricks And Jokes (Ordered

Original Language Title: RS 817.023.41 Ordonnance du DFI du 23 novembre 2005 sur les objets destinés à entrer en contact avec les muqueuses, la peau ou le système pileux et capillaire, et sur les bougies, les allumettes, les briquets et les articles de farces et attrapes (Ordonna

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817.023.41 order of the DFI on objects intended to come into contact with mucous membranes, skin, or hair system and on candles, matches, lighters and items of pranks and jokes (Ordinance on articles intended to come into contact with the human body) of 23 November 2005 (status on 1 July 2015) the federal Department of the Interior (DFI) , viewed the art. 31, al. 5, 38 to 40, 41, al. 2, 42, al. 2 and 3, 43, al. 3, and 80, al. 9 the order of 23 November 2005 on foodstuffs and customary objects (ODAlOUs) stop: Chapter 1 purpose and scope of application article 1. this order lays down the requirements that apply: a. objects common following intended to come into contact with mucous membranes, skin, or hair system: 1 objects containing metal and intended to come into contact with the skin, 2 colors of tattoo and colors of permanent makeup, and their labelling, 3 apparatus and instruments used for the piercing the tattoo and permanent makeup, 4. afocal cosmetic contact lenses (homeless) and their labelling, 5. everyday objects for infants and toddlers, 6 children. flammability and combustibility of the textile products referred to in art. 42, al. 1, ODAlOUs and their labelling, 7. chemicals in textiles and leather, 8. cords and ropes sliding on children's clothing.

b. to candles, matches, lighters, articles of pranks and practical jokes.

New content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).

Chapter 2 everyday objects intended to come into contact with mucous membranes, skin, or hair system Section 1 requirements for objects containing metal and intended to come into contact with skin art. 2Objets containing nickel objects that are in direct and prolonged contact with the skin, such as earrings, eyeglass frames eyeglasses, necklaces, bracelets, chains, rings, watchcases, bracelets of watches and their clasps, rivets and snaps, zippers, Staples and metal fittings for clothes, as well as belt buckles, can yield more than 0.5 mg of nickel per cm / week.
If the objects referred to in the al. 1 are fitted with a coating, it must be quality such that the limit value is not exceeded under normal use for a period of two years.
Introduced stems, temporary or not, assemblages in pierced ears or other pierced parts of the human body must not transfer more than 0.2 mg of nickel per cm / week. It goes same for the closing devices (strollers).
The objects described in the al. 1 to 3 are presumed to conform to the cited requirements in this section when they meet the technical standards listed in annex 1 and that they fall within the scope of application of these standards.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI's Oct. 13. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).
New content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on May 11, 2009, in force since May 25, 2009 (RO 2009 2391).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).

S. 2aObjets containing cadmium objects below shall not have metal parts with the cadmium content greater than 0.01% of the weight of the metal: a. metal beads and other metal materials used in the manufacture of jewellery; b. the articles of jewellery and costume jewellery metal parts and accessories for hair including bracelets necklaces, rings, jewellery piercing, wrist watches, bracelets, brooches and cufflinks.

The al. 1 does not apply to second-hand products mentioned in art. 1, al. 4, let. a, of the Federal law of June 12, 2009, on the safety of the products.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI's Oct. 13. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 21 Dec. 2011, in force since Feb 1. 2012 (2012 401 RO). See also the disp. Trans. of this mod at the end of the text.
RS 930.11 s. 2bObjets lead-containing objects mentioned in art. 2a, para. 1, must not contain external metal parts with lead content greater than 0.05% of the weight of the metal.
The al. 1 does not apply to second-hand objects referred to in art. 1, al. 4, let. a, of the Federal law of June 12, 2009, on the safety of the products.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
RS 930.11 Section 2 Piercing, tattoo, permanent and practical makeup related arts. 3 definitions the piercing means the fact Pierce a body part, for example the earlobe, to introduce an object to aesthetic function (jewel piercing).
The tattoo means burn the skin practising microinjections of pigment into the dermis, using needles and devices specially developed for this purpose. Ornamental drawings by tattoo are final and irreversible.
Permanent makeup refers to burn the skin using microinjections of pigment into the DermIS; the sustainability of permanent makeup is less than that of the tattoo.
Mean sterile, in connection with regulated products in the present section, the absence of any viable organization, including viruses.

S. 4 duty of care people who practice the piercing, tattoo and permanent makeup on third parties must take all precautions reasonably necessary to prevent the transmission of infection.

S. 5 requirements to the piercing with the colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors the piercing should cause no sustainable staining of the skin.
The colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors should not endanger the health of the consumer when they are used in accordance with the intended use.
Are prohibited in these products: a. the aromatic amines listed in Appendix 1 and azo dyes or pigments listed in annex 1 which form aromatic amines by reduction; art. 21 shall apply mutatis mutandis; b. the colouring agents listed in annex 2; c. the colouring agents listed in annex 2, columns 2 to 4, of the order of the DFI of 23 November 2005 on cosmetics (OCos); d. substances set out in annex 4 OCos; e. substances classified as carcinogenic, mutagenic or toxic for reproduction (CMR), category 1, 1 B or 2 in accordance with Regulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 referred to in annex 2 , ch. 1, chemo; the transitional provisions of annex 2, c. 4, chemo is appliquent.f. flavourings and fragrances.

These products may not contain heavy metals or other substances in quantities greater than the levels set out in Annex 2A.
The presence of traces of chrome6 + in the colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors must be indicated on the packaging with the warning: "contains chromium." May cause allergic reactions."
The colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors can contain preservatives allowed in annex 3 OCos for products intended to remain on the skin. Apply the maximum levels laid down in the annex. Any mixture of preservatives mentioned in the OCos is excluded.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 1161).
RS 817.023.31 new content according to ch. II 5 of O of the DFI's June 5, 2015, in force since 1 Jul. 2015 (2015 1981 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).

S. 6 requirements for hygiene of the colors of tattoo, permanent make-up and piercing stems colors colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors shall be manufactured and packaged so that their sterility is guaranteed until first use. Once the packaging is opened, it must take all necessary precautions to avoid microbial contamination.
Piercing stems must be sterile at the time of their first job.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).

S. 7Exigences equipment and instruments used for the piercing, tattoo and permanent makeup devices and instruments, or parts thereof, used for the piercing, tattoo and permanent makeup must be sterile insofar as they come into contact with the skin of consumers.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 1161).

S. 8 labelling of the colors of tattoo, permanent make-up and piercing jewelry colors


Colors tattoo or permanent makeup containers shall bear at least the following information: a. the name and address of the person or the company that manufactures, imports, conditioning or recovering from such colours; b. the composition in order descending by weight, according to a usual nomenclature (IUPAC, case or CI); c. the lot; d. the date of shelf life minimum (with mention of the month and the year) until which color retains its specific features in storage conditions appropriate; e. storage conditions which must be met to ensure the minimum conservation; f. If necessary, instructions and the safety instructions.

Piercing jewelry packaging must bear the following particulars: a. the name and address of the person or the company that manufactures, imports, conditioning or recovering from such jewelry; b. piercing stems should be designated as such.

The information referred to in the al. 1 and 2, and that the composition of the material of the piercing jewelry should be communicated on request to the consumer.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).
New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).

S. Professional 9Directives the federal Office of food safety and Veterinary Affairs (groups) can evaluate and recommend professional guidelines as 'good practice' for the piercing, tattoo and permanent makeup.

New content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).

Section 3 afocal cosmetic contact lenses articles 10 requirements cosmetic contact lenses afocal are presumed to conform to the requirements of security when they meet the standards listed in annex 3.

S. 11 labelling packaging of cosmetic contact lenses afocal, upon delivery to the consumer, must bear the following particulars: a. the name and address of the person or the company that manufactures, imports, conditioning or provide such lenses; b. the lot; c. the date (with mention of the month and the year) up to which the afocal cosmetic contact lenses may be delivered to consumers.

The package or the package leaflet must more to indicate in the three official languages: a. the maximum duration of employment and the maximum duration of use of afocal cosmetic contact lenses (e.g., daily contact lenses); b. the maintenance instructions to be followed in the case of afocal cosmetic contact lenses to be used several times; v. a statement to the effect that : 1. the daily duration of the port of afocal cosmetic contact lenses must be set individually by the specialist at the time of delivery to the consumer, 2 afocal cosmetic contact lenses are not designed to correct a defect of the view, 3 afocal cosmetic contact lenses can reduce the ability to conduct, 4. the port and the form of afocal cosmetic contact lenses must be regularly checked by the specialist 5. afocal cosmetic contact lenses do not replace sunshield glasses, 6. only should be used afocal cosmetic contact lenses from sealed and undamaged packaging.

The particulars required in the al. 2 may be replaced by pictograms that are internationally recognized in accordance with the standards listed in annex 3.

S. 12 certificate of compliance any person who manufactures or imports afocal cosmetic contact lenses must be able to produce a certificate of conformity proving that the product has been tested in accordance with the standards listed in annex 3.
EC certificate of conformity must be drawn up in one of the official languages or English and contain the following: a. the description of contact lenses cosmetic afocal (article number and other useful specifications); b. the name and address of the person who signs the certificate of conformity; c. instead of archiving of the analysis reports.

It must be presented within five years from the manufacture of afocal cosmetic contact lenses. In the case of series production, the period shall run from the manufacture of the latest copy.

Section 4 everyday objects intended for infants and young children art. 13 scope and definition the provisions of this section apply to everyday objects intended for infants and young children up to 36 months.
«Childcare articles» within the meaning of this section are intended to facilitate sleep, relaxation, hygiene or the infant's diet.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).

S. 14Exigences applying to childcare articles in general childcare articles cannot contain more than 0.1% mass (total limit value) of following phthalate esters: di-(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP), dibutyl phthalate (DBP) and butyl benzyl phthalate (BBP).
Childcare articles which can be placed in the mouth by infants and young children may contain more than 0.1% mass (total limit value) of following (plasticizers) phthalate esters: di-isononyl phthalate (DINP), di-isodecyl phthalate (DIDP) and di-n-octyl phthalate (DNOP).

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO). See also the disp. Trans. of this mod at the end of the text.
N Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) 117-81-7; n European inventory of commercial chemical substances (Einecs) 204-211-0 N case 84 - 74 - 2; n Einecs 201-557-4 N CAS 85-68-7; n Einecs 201-622-7 new content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 13 oct. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).
N CAS 28553-12-0 and 68515-48-0; n Einecs 249-079-5 and 271-090-9 N case 26761 - 40 - 0 and 68515-49-1; n Einecs 247-977-1 and 271-91-4 N case 117 - 84 - 0; n Einecs 204.214 - 7 s. 14atetines for baby bottles and baby pacifiers teats for baby bottles and baby pacifiers may transfer to a simulating saliva quantities of following maximum substances: a. N-nitrosamine 0.01 mg per kg of rubber or elastomer parts; b. 0.1 mg of N-nitrosifiables substances per kg of rubber or elastomer parts.



Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO). See also the disp. Trans. of this mod at the end of the text.
Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI's Oct. 13. 2010, with effect from Nov. 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).

S. 14bBouteilles-bottles the bottles-bottles for infants and young children shall carry the inscription warned against dental lesions caused by permanent absorption (permanent suction) drink sweet or tart. The entry shall be included in the three official languages.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI on 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO). See also the disp. Trans. of this mod at the end of the text.

S. 15 technical standards everyday objects intended for infants and young children are presumed to conform to the safety requirements when they meet the standards listed in annex 4.

Section 5 flammability and combustibility of textile arts. 16 scope the provisions of this section apply to the textile products referred to in art. 42, al. 1, ODAlOUs.


Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on 26 nov. 2008, with effect from 1 Jan. 2009 (RO 2008 6123).

S. 17 repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI from 26 nov. 2008, with effect from 1 Jan. 2009 (RO 2008 6123).

S. 18Exigences textile products are designed to show no increased risk from the point of view of the flammability and combustibility.
Articles of clothing and the son of clothing are designed to render impossible any rapid spread of flame on the surface of a material without concomitant ignition of database structure ('effect lightning surface').
In annex 8A of this order, the groups may designate technical standards specific to meet the requirement laid down in the al. 1 and 2. To the extent possible, it refers to standards harmonized at international level.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 26 nov. 2008, in force since 1 Jan. 2009 (RO 2008 6123).
New expression according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO). It was taken into account this mod. throughout the text.

S. 19 repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI from 26 nov. 2008, with effect from 1 Jan. 2009 (RO 2008 6123).

S. 20 test methods resistance of textile products in the fire within the meaning of art. 18 shall be determined according to the standards listed in annex 5.


Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on 26 nov. 2008, with effect from 1 Jan. 2009 (RO 2008 6123).

Section 6 chemicals in textiles, leather goods and other objects intended to come into contact with the human body art. 21 azo dyes, textiles, leather goods and the parties shades thereof referred to in annex 6 shall not contain azodyes that may release, by reduction of one or more azo groups, one or more aromatic amines listed in annex 7 at concentrations above 30 mg / kg.

The aromatic amines listed in Appendix 7 shall be determined in accordance with the technical standards listed in annex 8.

New content according to the c. of o. of the DFI from 13 oct. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).

S. 22 prohibited substances and substances subject to restrictions on textile products with the following substances is prohibited: a. the arsenic and its compounds b. lead and its compounds; c. the paraphenylene diamine.


The concentration of the dioctyltin compounds shall not exceed 0.1% by weight of Tin in the following objects: a. textile products; b. gloves; c. footwear and parts of footwear; d. childcare articles, including nappies; e. feminine hygiene products.

The use of other substances, in particular flame retardants, is governed by the Ordinance of 18 May 2005 on the reduction of the risks associated with chemicals.

Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI's Oct. 13. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). Repealed by the c. of o. of the DFI on 25 nov. 2013, with effect from 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
Introduced by the c. of o. of the DFI's Oct. 13. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). See also the disp. Trans. of this mod at the end of the text.
SR 814.81 Section 7Cordons and sliding drawstrings on clothing of children arts. 22 strings and sliding drawstrings on clothing intended for children up to the age of 14 years shall be designed so that the risk hanging, strangulation or injury or the lowest possible.
Cords and sliding strings referred to the al. 1 are presumed to conform to the safety requirements when they meet the standards mentioned in annex 8A.

Chapter 3 candles, matches, lighters, articles of pranks and jokes s. 23 candles, perfume sticks and objects like candles, perfume sticks and similar objects may release during the combustion process, only quantities of substances or mixtures of substances endangering human health.
The lead content of Candle Wicks must not exceed 600 mg/kg.

S. 24 matches it is forbidden to hand over to the consumer of the white phosphorous matches.
Matches may be sold only in packages, packages or boxes bearing the name of the manufacturer or his trademark.
Packaging coming into direct contact with matches (cans, matchbooks to detach, etc.) must be made from a resistant material to protect the matches against damage.

S. 25Briquets a lighter is a manually operated device to produce a flame from sparks caused by friction on a stone lighter fluid or using the piezoelectric effect. They are generally used to voluntarily turn articles for smoking, such as cigarettes, cigars or pipes, or materials, such as paper or bits.
Fuels such as gasoline or liquefied petroleum gas such as propane or butane can be used.
Lighters shall be equipped with a child safety in accordance with para. 4 are excepted refillable lighters which fulfil the following conditions: a. each lighter must be accompanied by a written warranty of the manufacturer for a period of two years or more in accordance with directive 1999/44/EC of 25 May 1999 of the European Parliament and of the Council on certain aspects of the sale and guarantees of consumer goods; b. lighters are designed to guarantee safety of foreseeable use over a lifetime (including repairs) at least five years and can be repaired and recharged over their lifetime; c. the parties not consumable but likely fray or stop working in continuous use after the warranty period, are accessible for replacement or repair in service headquartered in Switzerland or in the territory of the European Community.

«Child safety lighter» means a lighter designed so that they cannot, under normal or reasonably foreseeable conditions of use, be turned on by children under of 51 months, particularly due to the force required to operate or due to its design, the protection of its ignition mechanism of the complexity or the succession of the operations necessary for ignition.
Lighters that resemble something else appealing to a child cannot be manufactured, imported and delivered. For example: a. lighters, which resssemblent to characters by cartoons, toys, guns, watches, telephones, musical instruments, vehicles, to food, to animals, to the human body or parts of the human body; OUB. that play musical notes, Flash or contain moving parts, etc.

Lighters must comply with the standards mentioned in annex 9.

New content according to chapter I of O of the DFI on March 7, 2008, in force since April 1, 2008 (RO 2008 1161).
OJ L 171, 7.7.1999, p. 12 s. 26 articles of pranks and practical jokes pranks and practical jokes articles and similar objects may contain substances in quantities such that they can present a danger to health. Is such forbidden use of: a. parties metal; b. of Panama (Quillaja saponaria) and its derivatives containing saponins; c. powder root green Hellebore (Helleborus viridis) and the black Hellebore (Helleborus niger); d. powder root of white Hellebore (Veratrum album) and the black Hellebore (Veratrum nigrum); e. benzidine and its derivatives; f. o-nitrobenzaldehyde g. ammonium, reaction that affords bisulfide of ammonium sulphide and ammonium polysulphide; h. volatile of bromoacetic acid esters : methyl bromoacetate ethyl bromoacetate, propyl bromoacetate, butyl bromoacetate.

New content according to chapter I to the O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006, in force since 1 Jan. 2007 (2006 5121 RO).

Chapter 4 provisions finals s. 27 amendments to the annexes the groups regularly adapt the annexes to this order according to the evolution of scientific and technical knowledge, as well as legislation of the major trading partners of the Switzerland.
It refers to the possible extent harmonised international standards.

S. 28 transitional provisions in derogation to the 80 art, al. 7, ODAlOUs: a. nickel-containing objects referred to in art. 2, al. 3, can still be imported, manufactured, labeled and delivered to consumers according to the old law until August 31, 2006; b. everyday objects intended for infants and young children referred to the art. 13-15 may still be imported, manufactured, labeled and delivered to the consumer according to the old law until December 31, 2006; v. candles, matches, lighters and items of tricks and jokes to the art. 23 to 26 may still be imported, manufactured, labeled and delivered to consumers according to the old law until December 31, 2006; d. the tattoo and permanent makeup colors can still be used and given to the consumer according to the old law until December 31, 2007.

S. 29 Law Ordinance of 26 June 1995 on combustibility is repealed.

[RO 1995 3424, 2005 3389 c. II 3]

S. 30 effective date this order comes into force on January 1, 2006.

Transitional provision of the amendment of November 15, 2006 transitional provisions of the amendment of March 7, 2008 transitional provisions of the amendment of October 13, 2010 amendment of December 21, 2011 transitional provisions transitional provisions relating to the amendment of November 25, 2013 objects not in conformity with the amendment of November 25, 2013, of this order can be imported manufactured and labelled according to the old law until December 31, 2015. They can be delivered to the consumer until stocks are exhausted. The al. 2 remains reserved.
Not comply with art objects. 2 (b), in the version of November 25, 2013, of this order, may be imported, manufactured, labeled and delivered to the consumer according to the old law until December 31, 2014.

Annex 1 (art. 2, al. 4) technical standards applying to objects that release nickel number title SN in 1811:2011 with corrigendum AC:2012 test method for relative reference to the release of nickel by assemblies of rods which are inserted into pierced body parts and products intended to come into direct and prolonged skin SN EN contact 12472:2005 + A1:2009 method of simulation of wear and corrosion for the determination of nickel released by coated objects SN in 16128:2011 test method for relative reference to the release of nickel by parts of eyeglass frames and sunglasses intended to come into direct contact and prolonged skin introduced by c. II al. 2 W of the DFI's March 7, 2008 (RO 2008 1161). New content according to chapter II al. 1 o of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.snv.ch.

Etat le 1 juillet 2015

Annexe 1a

(art. 5, al. 3, let. a)

Liste des amines aromatiques interdites dans les couleurs de tatouage et les couleurs de maquillage permanent

N CAS

Numéro d'index

Numéro CE

Substance

92-67-1

612-072-00-6

202-177-1

biphényl-4-ylamine

92-87-5

612-042-00-2

202-199-1

benzidine

95-69-2

202-411-6

4-chloro-o-toluidine

91-59-8

612-022-00-3

202-080-4

2-naphtylamine

97-56-3

611-006-00-3

202-591-2

o-aminoazotoluène

99-55-8

202-765-8

5-nitro-o-toluidine

106-47-8


203-401-0

4-chloroaniline

615-05-4

210-406-1

4-méthoxy-m-phénylènediamine

101-77-9

612-051-00-1

202-974-4

4,4'-méthylènedianiline

91-94-1

612-068-00-4

202-109-0

3,3'-dichlorobenzidine

119-90-4

612-036-00-X

204-355-4

3,3'-diméthoxybenzidine

119-93-7

612-041-00-7

204-358-0

3,3'-diméthylbenzidine

838-88-0

612-085-00-7

212-658-8

4,4'-méthylène-di-o-toluidine

120-71-8

204-419-1

6-méthoxy-m-toluidine

101-14-4

612-078-00-9

202-918-9

4,4'-méthylène-bis(2-chloroaniline)

101-80-4

202-977-0

4,4'-oxydianiline

139-65-1

205-370-9

4,4'-thiodianiline

95-53-4

612-091-00-X

202-429-0

o-toluidine

95-80-7

612-099-00-3

202-453-1

4-méthyl-m-phénylènediamine

137-17-7

205-282-0

2,4,5-triméthylaniline

90-04-4

612-035-00-4

201-963-1

o-anisidine

60-09-3

4-aminoazobenzène

399-95-1

604-028-00-X

402-230-0

4-amino-3-fluorophénol

95-68-1

2,4'-xylidine

87-62-7

2,6'-xylidine

293733-21-8 6-amino-2-ethoxynaphthalene 106-50-3 2003-404-7 paraphenylenediamine formerly annex 1. New content according to ch. II of O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006 (RO 2006 5121). Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of DFI from 13 oct. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).
CASE = Chemical Abstract Service of the American Chemical Society State the 1 July 2015 annex 2 (art. 5, Al 3, let. b) list of dyes banned in the colors of tattoo and the colors of makeup permanent name CI No. case No. CI Acid Green 16 12768-78-4 44025 Acid Red 26 3761-53-3 16150 Acid Violet 17 4129-84-4 42650 Acid Violet 49 1694-09-3 42640 Acid Yellow 36 587-98-4 13065 Basic Blue 7 2390-60-5 42595 Basic Green 1 633-03-4 42040 Basic Red 1

989-38-8

45160

Basic Red 9

569-61-9

42500

Basic Violet 1

8004-87-3

42535

Basic Violet 10

81-88-9

45170

Basic Violet 3

548-62-9

42555

Disperse Blue 1

2475-45-8

64500

Disperse Blue 106

12223-01-7

-

Disperse Blue 124

61951-51-7

-

Disperse Blue 3

2475-46-9

61505

Disperse Blue 35

12222-75-2

-

Disperse Orange 3

730-40-5

11005

Disperse Orange 37

12223-33-5

-

Disperse Red 1

2872-52-8

11110

Disperse Red 17

3179-89-3

11210

Disperse Yellow 3

2832-40-8

11855

Disperse Yellow 9

6373-73-5

10375

Pigment Orange 5

3468-63-1

12075

Pigment Red 53 2092-56-0 15585 Pigment Violet 3 1325-82-2 42535:2 Pigment Violet 39 64070-98-0 42555:2 Solvent Blue 35 17354-14-2 61554 Solvent Orange 7 3118-97-6 12140 Solvent Red 24 85-83-6 26105 Solvent Red 49 509-34-2 45170:1 Solvent Violet 9 467-63-0 42555:1 Solvent Yellow 1 60 - 09 - 3 11000 Solvent Yellow 2 60-11-7 11020 Solvent Yellow 3 97 - 56 - 3 11160 CI = Colour Index.

State July 1, 2015 Annex 2A (art. 5, Al 3) list of heavy metals and other substances whose concentrations in the colors of tattoo and permanent makeup colors may not exceed concentrations below Element or compound Concentration in the product ready for use 1 metal heavy Arsenic (As) 2 mg/kg barium (Ba) 50 mg/kg lead (Pb) 2 mg/kg Cadmium (Cd) 0.2 mg/kg Chrome (Cr) 0.2 mg / kg Cobalt) Co) 25 mg/kg copper (Cu), soluble 25 mg/kg mercury (Hg) 0.2 mg/kg Selenium 2 mg/kg Zinc (Zn) 50 mg/kg Tin (Sn) 50 mg/kg 2 other substances polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) 0.5 mg / kg Benzo (a) pyrene (BaP) 5 mg / kg introduced by c. II al. 2 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
After extraction in aqueous at pH 5.5 State July 1, 2015 annex 3 (arts. 10, 11, Al 3, and 12, al. 1) technical standards for contact lenses cosmetic afocal reference number title SN EN ISO 14534:2009 ophthalmic optics - contact lenses and care products the contact lenses - SN in 980:2008 graphic symbols used basic requirements for the labelling of medical devices new content according to ch. II al. 1 o of the DFI from 13 oct. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of DFI from 21 Dec. 2011 (RO 2012 401) and ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State July 1, 2015 annex 4 (art. 15) technical standards applicable to everyday objects destined to the infants and children at a young age number title Ref. plays SN EN 1273 - 1: 2005 childcare Articles - walkers - safety requirements and test methods OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 12 SN EN 1400 - 1: 2002 childcare Articles - soothers for babies and young children - part 1 : General safety requirements and information for the product OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 12 SN EN 1400 - 2: 2002 childcare Articles — soothers for babies and young children — part 2: mechanical requirements and tests OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 12 SN EN 1400 - 3: 2002 childcare Articles — soothers for babies and young children — part 3: chemical requirements and tests OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009 , p. 12 SN in 1466:2004 childcare Articles - cots and stands - safety requirements and test methods OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 13 SN in 12586:1999 with corrigendum AC:2002 childcare Articles - Home-lollipop - safety requirements and test methods OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 13 SN EN 13209 - 1: 2004 child care Articles - child carrier - safety requirements and methods of test - part 1 : Child carrier back with frame OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 13 SN EN 14350 - 1: 2004 child care - Articles for liquid food - Articles part 1: General and mechanical requirements and tests OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 14 new content according to chapter II al. 1 o of the DFI from 13 oct. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of DFI from 21 Dec. 2011 (RO 2012 401) and ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State July 1, 2015 annex 5 (art. 20, al. 1) technical standards for the determination of resistance of produced textiles firearms number title SN in 1101:1995 with corrigendum A1: 2005 textile and textile products - burning behaviour - curtains and drapes - detailed steps to determine the ignitability of vertically arranged tubes (small flame) SN in 1102:1995 Textiles and textile products - burning behaviour - curtains and drapes - detailed steps to determine the spread of flame of vertically arranged specimens SN EN 1103: 2005 Textiles - burning behaviour - fabrics for clothing - Procedure for determining the fire of fabrics for clothing new behaviour content according to ch. II of O of the DFI from 15 nov. 2006 (RO 2006 5121). Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of DFI from 21 Dec. 2011 (RO 2012 401) and ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State on July 1, 2015, Appendix 6 (art. 21, al. 1) textile and leather articles which may not contain any of azo dyes under art. 21, al. 1 cannot contain any of the azo dyes referred to in art. 21, al. 1, textiles, leather and dyed parts thereof which may come into direct and prolonged with the human body, contact such as: a. clothing, lingerie of bed, sleeping bags, towels, hairpieces, wigs, hats, diapers and other hygiene products; b. shoes, gloves, watch straps, handbags, purses and wallet, Briefcase, on chairs; c. textile or leather toys and toys with textile or leather accessories; d. son and fabrics to be given to consumers.

Updated according to ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 13 oct. 2010, in force since November 1. 2010 (2010 4763 RO).

Etat le 1 juillet 2015

Annexe 7

(art. 21, al. 1)

Liste des amines aromatiques

Numéro d'ordre

Numéro CAS

Numéro index

Numéro CE

Substances

1

92-67-1

612-072-00-6

202-177-1

biphényl-4-ylamine 4-aminobiphényl xenylamine

2

92-87-5

612-042-00-2

202-199-1

benzidine

3

95-69-2

202-441-6

4-chlor-o-toluidine

4

91-59-8

612-022-00-3

202-080-4

2-naphtylamine

5

97-56-3

611-006-00-3

202-591-2

o-aminoazotoluène 4-amino-2',3-diméthylazobenzène 4-o-tolylazo-o-toluidine

6

99-55-8

202-765-8

5-nitro-o-toluidine

7

106-47-8

612-137-00-9

203-401-0

4-chloraniline

8

615-05-4

210-406-1

4-méthoxy-m-phénylènediamine

9

101-77-9

612-051-00-1

202-974-4

4,4'-méthylènedianiline 4,4'-diaminodiphénylméthane

10

91-94-1

612-068-00-4

202-109-0

3,3'-dichlorobenzidine 3,3'-dichlorobiphényl- 4,4'-ylèndiamine

11

119-90-4

612-036-00-X

204-355-4

3,3'-diméthoxybenzidine o-dianisidine

12

119-93-7

612-041-00-7

204-358-0

3,3'-diméthylbenzidine 4,4'-bi-o-toluidine

13

838-88-0

612-085-00-7

212-658-8

4,4'-méthylènedi-o-toluidine

14

120-71-8

204-419-1

6-méthoxy-m-toluidine p-crésidine

15

101-14-4

612-078-00-9

202-918-9

4,4'-méthylène-bis-(2-chloro- aniline) 2,2'-dichloro-4,4'-méthylène-dianiline

16

101-80-4

202-977-0

4,4'-oxydianiline

17

139-65-1

205-307-9

4,4'-thiodianiline

18

95-53-4

612-091-00-X

202-429-0

o-toluidine 2-aminotoluène

19

95-80-7

612-099-00-3

202-453-1

4-méthyl-m-phénylènediamine

20

137-17-7

205-282-0

2,4,5-triméthylaniline

21

90-04-0

612-035-00-4

201-963-1

o-anisidine 2-méthoxyaniline

22

60-09-3

611-008-00-4

200-453-6


4 - aminoazobenzene State on July 1, 2015, annex 8 (art. 21, para. 2) technical standards applicable to the determination of aromatic amines number title SN in 14362 - 1:2012 textile - methods for the determination of certain aromatic amines derived from azo dyes - part 1: Detection of the use of certain azocolourants accessible with or without extraction SN 14362 - 3:2012 textile - methods for the determination of certain aromatic amines derived from azo dyes - part 3 : Detection of the use of certain azocolourants release of 4-aminoazobenzene new content according to chapter II al. 1 o of the DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State on July 1, 2015, annex 8 (art. 22, para. 2) other technical standards for textiles number title Ref. plays SN 14682:2007 safety of children's clothing - cords and sliding cords - Specifications OJ C 115, 13.4.2011, p. 5 introduced by c. II al. 2 W of the DFI's March 7, 2008 (RO 2008 1161). New content according to chapter II al. 1 o of the DFI from 21 Dec. 2011 (RO 2012 401) and ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State on July 1, 2015, annex 9 (art. 25, Al 6) technical standards applicable to lighters number title Ref. plays SN in ISO 9994:2006 lighters — safety specification OJ C 38 of 17.2.2009, p. 13 SN EN 13869: 2002 lighters — safety lighters child - safety requirements and methods of test OJ L 198, 20.7.2006, p. 44 new content according to ch. II al. 1 o of the DFI from 13 oct. 2010 (2010 4763 RO). Updated according to ch. II al. 2 W of DFI from 21 Dec. 2011 (RO 2012 401) and ch. II al. 3 W of DFI from 25 nov. 2013, in force since 1 Jan. 2014 (2013 5301 RO).
The mentioned standards can be viewed or ordered from the Swiss Association for Standardisation (SNV), SNV 29, 8400 Winterthur; www.SNV.ch. State July 1, 2015

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