A2 Section A - Standards

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What does the CE mark show?
The product meets European legislations
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True/False: Products do not need the CE mark to be sold in Europe.
False
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What is the CE mark NOT a measure of?
Safety or quality
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What does the Kitemark show? What does it ensure?
The BSI has tested the product; should be safe and reliable
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True/False: The Kitemark is not a legal requirement
True
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Who created the Lion Mark?
The British Toy and Hobby Association
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What is the Lion Mark used on?
Toys
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What does the Lion Mark show?
Safe for children to use; promotes high standards
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Give 2 example of other standards with symbols.
Pure new wool, pure irish linen, pure silk, pure cotton
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Give 2 examples of standards for purpose.
Crease resistancy, colour fastness, womens wear sizes, resistance to water absorption.
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What is the name of the children's nightwear standard?
BS EN14878
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What does the children's nightwear standard ensure?
Nightwear and fabrics intended for nightwear for children under 14 must be fireproof
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True/False: Products do not need the CE mark to be sold in Europe.

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False

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What is the CE mark NOT a measure of?

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What does the Kitemark show? What does it ensure?

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True/False: The Kitemark is not a legal requirement

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