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ASTM Voluntary Jewelry Standards
FJATA is part of the ASTM subcommittees that created voluntary standards for children's & adult jewelry. The process included representatives from CPSC, testing labs, industry, consumer organizations, Health Canada, and scientists. Each standard defines safety specifications for fashion jewelry, both for cadmium and lead content as well as all other known potential hazards, such as nickel content, breakaway testing and other heavy metals. Both standards were updated in 2014.
ASTM F2999-14 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Adult Jewelry
Letter from the Executive Director
We are enduring a tidal wave of regulation running rampant during an administration that continues to show a lack of leadership and a lack of commitment from our legislators to address serious business concerns. Congress remains insensitive to business needs, while state legislators continue to needlessly regulate safe products.Read More
Jewelry Safety Bill
RI became the first state to adopt the ASTM F2923-11 Children's Jewelry Safety Standard as the Comprehensive Children's Jewelry Safety Act in 2012. Watch the documentary by clicking on the picture above.
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