The international stroller market is growing, which raises concerns about safety and quality alike.

While many countries and regions have rules to address this problem, they can vary from country to country, making international trade even more challenging and rewarding for the consumer.

ISO 31110, Wheeled child conveyances – Pushchairs and prams – Requirements and test methods, provides internationally agreed best practice regarding requirements and test methods for the production of safe and manufactured products.

It is expected that through the harmonization of many diverse national and regional regulations, widespread use of this standard can reduce the cost of compliance in the long term.

Future standards by the committee will address performance and safety requirements of other types of wheeled vehicles, such as child seats on bicycles and jogger strollers, seating and body care products such as cradles, baby bathtubs and booster seats, and many others products.

The standard was published by project committee ISO/PC 310Wheeled child conveyances, which has now been upgraded to a more permanent technical committee (ISO/TC 310), whose secretariat is held by AFNOR, ISO’s member for France.

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