A backpack is a bag made of plastic, cloth, nylon, or other material and includes a snap, zipper, clasp, or drawstring closure, and is used to store school books and supplies. Backpacks often have two straps worn around the shoulders or one strap across the chest to hold the pack on one’s back.
A book cover is used to protect textbooks that are often lent by schools to their students. Book covers are made from stretchy fabric, paper, or similar material and often include decorative designs, such as flowers, animals, or cartoons.
A lunch bag or box is made of plastic, cloth, nylon, metal, or other material and includes a snap, zipper, or magnetic snap closure, and is used to store food items.
A pencil case or pouch is a small bag or container made of plastic, cloth, nylon, PVC, or other material and includes a snap, zipper, or clasp closure, and is used to store small school supplies.
Amazon may request children’s school supplies safety documentation at any time to confirm compliance.
If you are contacted by Amazon, you must provide documents to confirm the safety of your products. Amazon requires certain documentation that indicates testing compliance with applicable standards or regulations for each product you are applying to sell.
Amazon’s policies require that children’s school supplies sold through the Amazon
website meet specified certification standards. If you are contacted by Amazon, please
submit the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org:
|Product||Amazon Testing Requirement|
|Children's Backpacks||CPSIA Lead, CSPA Phthalates & Cadmium, and 16 CFR 1500.50|
|Children's Book Covers||CPSIA Lead and CSPA Phthalates & Cadmium|
|Children's Lunch Bags/Boxes||CPSIA Lead, CSPA Phthalates & Cadmium, and 16 CFR 1500.50|
|Children's Pencil Cases/Pouches||CPSIA Lead, CSPA Phthalates & Cadmium, and 16 CFR 1500.50|
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) provides guidance for businesses on how to comply with federal requirements.