Unsafe Products

CTIA found dangerous dummy on Facebook

(Ústí nad Labem, November 12, 2018) Inspectors of the Czech Trade Inspection Authority in Ústí nad Labem discovered a dangerous dummy with a clip that was offered via Facebook. The product can break into sharp parts and pose a serious risk to the baby. "If inhaled, released small parts can pose a serious risk of suffocation to the youngest children. It may also cause damage to the digestive tract if the broken parts are swallowed. The Czech Trade Inspection Authority banned displaying, offering of the toy or putting it on the market," said the ...

CTIA prohibited sale of dangerous children’s umbrella

(Praha, September 18, 2018) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority discovered a children’s umbrella with a whistle which is not safe for children in the market of the Czech Republic. For example, the covers at the ends of the umbrella’s wires can be easily detached, and when the umbrella is opened automatically, the child may be injured by the uncovered ends of the wires.

Girls’ swimsuit failed safety requirements

(Praha, April 18, 2018) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority detected that in the Czech market a girls’ swimsuit is offered although it fails safety requirements for children’s clothing. There are two models of two-part bikinis “Sonia” and “SI-SI”.

Doll can endanger child’s life

(Prague, April 5, 2018) The Czech Trade Inspection Authority detected that a toy is offered to consumers in the Czech market – “Laughing baby“, which can pose health risk to children. CTIA ordered immediate withdrawal of the products from the market.
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