To 25th May 2022. Should rules on chemicals in toys should be stricter? Which chemicals should be targeted or banned? The consultation questionnaire, open to the public and to stakeholders, asks whether rules on chemicals in toys should be made stricter, what types of chemical risks should be targeted, how the Directive should address hazardous chemicals and how chemicals should be indicated on toy labels. Other questions address market impacts, cybersecurity, conformity assessment and compliance verification, and whether or not the Toy Safety Directive should be converted into a Regulation (applicable across the EU without national ‘transposition’).
EU public consultation, open to 25 May 2022 “Protecting children from unsafe toys and strengthening the Single Market – revision of the Toy Safety Directive” https://ec.europa.eu/info/law/better-regulation/have-your-say/initiatives/13164-Protecting-children-from-unsafe-toys-and-strengthening-the-Single-Market-revision-of-the-Toy-Safety-Directive/public-consultation_en