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On the 30th of November, Commissioner Antonio Tajani (DG ENTERPRISE) launched the European Toy Safety Campaign for 2011 intended to show how to get the safest toys, and how to use them safely, at Dreamland just outside Brussels.
Besides postcards with safety tips to be handed out to consumers all over the EU when they are buying toys, the Commission has also developed safety tips for consumers and a video campaign, which is to be aired on TV stations around Europe explaining the issues.
The Commission will be launching a new campaign in Easter and all retailers can participate this time. A separate email will be sent to the members on this campaing.
Postcards, Safety Tips and Videos can be found at the Commission website:
The list of the participating retailers has been published on the Commission website:
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