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(Prague, 5 August 2020) In the market of the Czech Republic, the Czech Trade Inspection Authority identified electrical equipment that may pose a serious safety risk to consumers. When the product is plugged into a socket and the user touches it, electric shock can occur. We speak about the EMOS SMART4/N8168S battery charger.
(Prague, July 10, 2020) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority found in the market a toy with excessive level of boron. With its excessive intake, the boron is stored in the human body, and at a large dose, this increased amount can also manifest itself with acute symptoms of nausea. CTIA ordered a ban on the distribution and withdrawal of the product from the market.
(Prague, May 21, 2020) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority long-term monitors and inspects the offer and sale of toys. In the retail market, a dangerous toy was detected which can pose a risk to smallest children. It is the product „Drak Čmoudík zpívající“ (Singing dragon Čmoudík). CTIA ordered withdrawal of the product from the market.