As our partner Reusch Law reports, toys of all kinds are “evergreens” in the EU’s RAPEX notification system. Evidently, the supervisory authorities already have toy safety increasingly on their radar today. The entry into force of the Toy Safety Regulation will further increase the awareness of high-risk products, which should cover the need for a stricter set of rules compared to the existing Toy Safety Directive, especially when it comes to the efficiency of market surveillance.
Despite an initiative launched as early as calendar year 2021 to revise the European Toys Directive 2009/48/EC, its adoption is still pending. The example also shows that optimal Legal Monitoring is necessary as an existential risk precaution in order to protect you under product law. The consultancy team at trade-e-bility will be pleased to advise you about solutions with which you can secure your success story in the field of toys. Please call +49/40/750687-300 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The International Toy Fair will take place in Nuremberg from 1 to 5 February 2023. Please visit us at our meeting point in Hall 7, Stand A-66 and don’t miss our presentation on “Europe-wide product compliance in the online shop for electronic toys” on Wednesday, 1 February 2023 in the Toy Business Forum at 16:00h. Do you have any questions about product compliance or need a solution to specific problems? Arrange a trade fair appointment now: Simply send an e-mail to Oliver Friedrichs with the subject “Toy Fair”: email@example.com