On 28 July 2023, the Commission proposed a Toy Safety Regulation revising the current rules to protect children from potential risks in toys. Toys on the EU market are already among the safest ones in the world. The proposed rules will further improve this protection, particularly from harmful chemicals. They also aim at reducing the high number of unsafe toys that are still sold in the EU, primarily online, increasing the level playing field between toys manufactured in the EU and imported ones. At the same time, they will continue to ensure the free movement of toys within the Single Market.