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(Prague, February 26, 2018) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority continuously monitors whether there are toys in the market that can pose a serious health risk to the smallest children. This time, it detected the product "Yellow Squeezing Frog", which contained 400 times more phthalates than the permitted limit.
(Praha, December 4, 2017) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority continuously monitors toys in the market in order to prevent safety risks to children. Its officers found out that a toy is offered despite it contains excessive content of harmful substances. It is an inflatable hammer „Nafukovací kladivo - DOIPHIN“.
(Prague, October 18, 2017) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority regularly monitors if toys that could possibly pose safety hazard to children are offered in the retail market. This time it detected that a plastic illuminating toy “Headdress – Bunny” is in the Czech market. Batteries aren’t sufficiently secured, so a child can swallow or inhale them after it takes them out of the toy.
(Interim report of 2nd quarter of 2016) (Prague, October 24, 2016) Toys safety is the elementary criteria for selecting suitable toys for children. Some products imported to the Czech market don’t comply with the legal requirements. Despite the fact that in the 2nd quarter of 2016 the Czech Trade Inspection Authority carried out almost by 100 inspections more than in the 1st quarter of 2016, the situation in the retail market hasn’t changed. Fines amounting to CZK 1,391,500 were imposed. “The situation in the market isn’t favourable. There a...