In January 2019 the first enforcement project for biocidal products (BEF-1) was launched. It will continue throughout the current year, and will focus on the labeling of biocidal products (including CLP labeling) and on treated articles for professional and consumer use.
Inspected products include, for example, children’s and sports clothing, swimming pool equipment and chemical mixtures such as paints and inks.
Particular attention is paid to illegal use of non-approved active substances and to compliance with the labeling obligations.
The results of the BEF-1 project on treated articles and mixtures will be published towards the end of 2020.
TEAM mastery recommends the verification of conformity of treated articles and mixtures to the companies that are responsible for entry on the market.

References: https://echa.europa.eu/it/-/inspectors-checking-consumer-products-for-hazardous-chemicals