Declaration of conformity

For Be Plop, safety is essential!

All our products are created and developed in compliance with European or French standards E1, EN 71-1, EN 71-2, EN 71-3 . They comply with the applicable requirements of the directives and the national legislation transposing them: Directive 2009/48/EC and European Council Directive 88/378/EEC relating to toy safety

  • EN 71-1, EN 71-2, EN 71-3

The European standard EN 71 certifies the safety of toys.

- The EN71-1 standard governs the mechanical resistance characteristics of the toy, to standardized stresses (fall, application of a weight, twisting, etc.)

- The EN71-2 standard governs the flammability of the toy: this involves knowing how quickly a flame propagates in contact with the toy, the child must have time to separate from the item.

- The EN71-3 standard governs the authorized chemical consistency of toys: no harmful substances must be able to migrate in contact with the child when they put the toy in their mouth.

All our games comply with EN 71-1, EN 71-2, EN 71-3 standards


The directive sets out the safety criteria that toys must meet before they can be marketed in the EU.

Toys must also comply with any other European legislation applicable to them. The essential safety requirements cover

- general risks: the health and safety of children, as well as other people such as parents or people in charge of children

- specific risks: physical and mechanical, flammability, chemical, electrical, hygiene and radioactivity risks


We buy scrap wood from the Combelles company, a manufacturer of childcare furniture in Cantal, which guarantees us a raw material that meets standards and is suitable for the child. The beech plywood (MDF) we use is FSC, PEFC and ISO 38200 certified. This premium composite wood is certified to the E1 standard.


We do not use any varnish or paint on our toys.

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