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25/11/2014 Dangerous prams and pushchairs withdrawn from market
  The safety of prams and pushchairs was investigated in a joint European product safety market surveillance project with the Finnish Safety and Ch...
13/11/2014 Defects detected in hearing protectors for children
  Certain hearing protectors for children has been withdrawn from the market due to product defects. The Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes...
12/08/2014 Requirements for diving bottle filling stations
  This release describes the qualities of premises on which diving bottles can be filled and the requirements for persons responsible for the filli...
28/05/2014 The guide 'A Safe Home for a Child' now available in English
  The guide 'A Safe Home for A Child' was published by the Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes) in April 2014. The English-language version ...
21/05/2014 Survey: Exposure to chemicals worries one in five people in Finland
  The Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes) has commissioned a survey from Taloustutkimus, examining the Finnish people’s attitudes towards t...
27/03/2014 Kimmo Peltonen named Director General of Tukes
Ministry of Employment and the Economy's press release   Ph.D. Kimmo Peltonen will start in the post of Director General of the Finnish Safety and ...
26/03/2014 Strong RAPEX cooperation improves consumer safety
  In 2013, a total of 2,364 notifications of dangerous products were entered in the European RAPEX system. The number of notifications has quadrupl...
21/03/2014 Airsoft eye and face protectors withdrawn from market
  The Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes) has withdrawn from the Finnish market seven non-conforming eye and face protectors used in airsof...
14/03/2014 World Consumer Rights' Day: learn more about chemicals
ECHA celebrates the World Consumer Rights' Day 2014 by publishing more information about the safe use of chemicals for consumers.
10/02/2014 Rape and turnip rape seeds treated with neonicotinoids can be used from 3 March to 30 June 2014
  The Finnish Safety and Chemicals Agency (Tukes) has made the decision to permit the sale, marketing and use of rape and turnip rape seeds treated...
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