The OP's original HM list seems to = "CONEG".
As suggested in my earlier attachment, AIB may have added some items ex-RPTA (or, conceivably from ASTM-F963 (toys/related materials!) . The potential (RPTA) list appears quite extensive (see PPS below). Perhaps fortunately, AIB have seemingly not gone for the Full Monty (my earlier attachment does ca.13 metals but "Heavy" seems to be a flexible term)(compare the example in the PS below).
There is a large collection of manufacturer's documents related to this HM topic in Google. These look like pro-active declarations designed to ensure that data as per CONEG is the maximum offered. A few examples -
In fact, the detail offered in my earlier attachment now seems relatively generous, (possibly previous offerings had been rejected ).
@ xylough, yr list seems = CONEG + a random(?) organic.
Rgds / Charles.C
PS - an example of a (detailed?) RPTA report/analysis is attached here (thks Tamale) -
PPS - the scope of the RPTA program is summarised here -
More detail, including 16 heavy metals to be "included" (!) in "Heavy Metals," in the RPTA attachment here -
P3S - here is a fairly detailed manufacturer's review of the topic up to 2012, Curiously, no mention of RPTA
P4S - this website looks quite promising for reference purposes -
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