Providing you a quarterly overview of the top recalled products and the associated risks in the EU, USA and AUS.
The infographic shows the product recall trends for toys in Q4 2022.
Keeping up with the product recall trends is crucial for businesses to take proactive measures to mitigate these risks. It can help ensure safety, maintain customer confidence, ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and minimise financial risks. TÜV SÜD can provide product testing services to help businesses identify potential safety issues or defects in their products. This can help businesses address these issues before they become a problem and potentially lead to a product recall.
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