EU issues 58 Product, Toy & Vehicle Recalls


European Union FlagBelgium/Brussels: The European Union issues Report 13/2021 of its Rapid Alert System containing fifty-eight (58) consumer, automotive, commercial and industrial-based product recalls, a must-read for parents, caregivers, drivers, health and safety workers, company owners, healthcare workers and others: http://ht.ly/SqFI30rD77O

Direct link: https://ec.europa.eu/safety-gate-alerts/screen/webReport/detail/10000040

Additional information:

Among the fifty-eight (58) recalls the European Union announced in its first report of April 2021, the following recall notification was made:

Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags

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Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags, were sold with an article number of ART 3006 and a barcode/EAN of 8714929006563. This recall alert was submitted by Malta to the EU Safety Gateway

These Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags are marketed, sold and delivered as sleeping sacks for infants, babies and small children suitable for home, non-commercial use. The recalled Sleeping Bags are comprised of 70% Bamboo and 30% Cotton with a sewn-in zipper on the front of the bag with an extra fabric component to protect the neck of the child from chafing.

The Bags are available in three (3) sizes (70 cm in length, 90 cm in length and 110 cm in length) and three pastel colours (light blue, light green and light pink). According to the company, the recalled Summer Sleeping Bags have a TOG value of 0.7.

No best-before date codes, model numbers, manufacturing date codes, batch/lot designations, production dates, expiry dates, regulatory approval designations, registration numbers, agency approval designations or other identification numbers were listed with this recall notification

The type of hazards presented in these recalled Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags include the reported finding that the there is an opening in the bedding product that allows the baby’s finger to penetrate. This could cause Ischemia of the finger (i.e., insufficient oxygen supply to the tissues caused by impaired blood supply) in case the digit remains entrapped.

Furthermore, the top stop of the Slide Fastener at the neck opening is placed on the top rather than the bottom of the product. If the parent does not close the Slide Fastener completely, the child could slip inside the Muslin Sleeping Bag and suffocate when utilizing the product in a reasonable manner expected with its intended design and supposed use.

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United Nations | World Health Organization___________________________________________________________

These Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags, therefore, do not comply with the General Product Safety Directive and the relevant European standard EN 16781:2018.

As a result of these reported defects, a recall of these Baby-jou branded Muslin Sleeping Bags, a withdrawal of the products from the European marketplace in the European marketplace has been ordered.

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More information about this recall:
European Union Rapid Alert “Rapex” Report: 13-2021
EU Alert number: A11/00022/21
Recalls Direct RIN: 14272-2021
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