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[RAPEX] Overview of RAPEX notifications in June 2016

Pubdate : 2016-08-01 Source : EU Writer : CIRS
In accordance with the General Product Safety Directive 2001/95/EC (GPSD) and Regulation 765/2008, in June 2016 the European Commission validated 170 notifications on dangerous products and transmitted them to the Member States and EEA-countries. Most of these concerned products presenting serious risk: 135 notifications (79%). 8 notifications (5%) concerned products presenting less than serious risk and 27 notifications (16%) were circulated for information.

Compared to the total number of notifications on dangerous products submitted during the month of June 2015 (161) the number of notifications was 6% higher in June 2016.


1. Notifying country
During the month of June, 20 EU Member States and Norway sent notifications on dangerous products through the RAPEX system.

The five most frequently notifying countries accounted for 59% of the notifications:


2. Product category
The notifications validated in June covered 20 categories of products.

The five most frequently notified product categories accounted for 70% of all notifications:


3. Type of risk
The notifications validated in June covered 15 different types of risk.

The five most frequently notified risk categories accounted for 80% of all notifications:  

4. Country of origin
From the dangerous products notified in June, about half originated from China. 47 notifications (28%) concerned products originating from EU Member States. 23 notifications (13%) concerned products originating in other countries. In 15 notifications (9%) the information available did not allow for identification of the country of origin of the notified product.


5. Measures adopted
In the month of June, 84 notifications (49%) were of compulsory preventive and restrictive measures ordered by national authorities (‘compulsory measures’). In 85 other notifications (50%), economic operators took preventive and restrictive measures on a ‘voluntary’ basis (‘voluntary measures’), i.e. they complied with their legal obligations without the formal intervention of a national authority. In one case both kinds of measures were taken concerning the dangerous product notified.
It is very frequent that there is more than one measure adopted in relation to a notified product. That is, it is regularly the case, that when the authorities ordered a sales ban they have also ordered a withdrawal from the market.
There was only one case where the compulsory measures was initiated by a customs authority, and this was in Spain.

Reminders: Businesses shall test their products for regulation compliance if necessary so as to reduce economic losses resulting from recalls.

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