This article applies to selling in: Australia

Product assurance – selling baby bibs

Important: If you sell products on Amazon, you must comply with all applicable laws and regulations in AU, as well as Amazon policies applicable to those products and product listings.

On this page, you will find:

  • Definitions for baby bibs
  • How to obtain approval to sell baby bibs
  • How to submit the required documents for approval
  • Additional resources
  • Consequences for policy violations

What is a baby bib?

Baby bibs are a shield of cloth, paper, plastic, rubber, or other material tied under the chin to prevent stains on clothing during eating or nursing. Baby bibs can also be used throughout the day to help keep clothes clean from excess saliva that is produced during teething.

Some examples of baby bibs are:

How to obtain approval to sell baby bib

Amazon’s policy requires baby bibs to have the safety documents listed below.

Upon request, you must promptly submit the required safety documentation from an accredited testing laboratory or organisation, i.e. National Association of Testing Authorities (NATA) or ISO-17025 accredited.

Product Testing requirement
Baby bib

Consumer Protection Notice No. 11 of 2011

OR

CPSIA

OR

REACH (REACH Annex XVII)

For more information refer to Additional resource below.

How to submit the required documents for approval

In order to submit documentation for your ASIN(s), complete the following steps to start the application process:

  1. In Seller Central, click the Performance menu, and choose Account Health .
  2. Under Product compliance requests , click Documentation requests .
  3. Click Provide documentation or appeal next to the product.
  4. Follow the steps to answer Is this an appeal and complete the Submit required documents section.

If an ASIN has multiple SKUs against it, document submission is required only once per ASIN to be approved.

Note:

You certify that all materials that you submit are true, authentic, and accurate. Amazon may remove your selling privileges for failing to meet these safety requirements. The detail page must contain images that confirm that the product(s) is (are) the same as the product(s) included in the images in the test reports.

Additional resources

Consequences for policy violations

Violations of Amazon’s policies for listing may result in, but may not be limited to, the following actions:

  • Cancellation of the listing
  • Suspension of listing privileges
  • Cancellation of listing privileges

These potential consequences are in addition to, and in no way limited to, the consequences allowed by any agreement between Amazon and the seller. Amazon Australia reserves the right to make judgements in its sole discretion about whether or not a listing is appropriate.

Note: Account Health Ratings are not affected by product compliance submissions, unless there is a policy violation.

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