Buy toys only from outlets and companies you trust. The UK Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents recommends the following: "Look for the official European Community (CE) symbol on the toy. This is a claim by the suppliers that their toy meets the requirements of the EC Toy Safety Directive. Products without the mark may not be intended as toys but as novelties which may not be safe for children to play with. Look also for the British Toy Manufacturers Association 'Lion Mark.' One of the requirements of this trade association is that members' toys will meet the safety requirements. Buy from suppliers with a good reputation for safe and reliable toys. Many will be members of trade associations whose rules call on them to meet high standards."
Ok. Here comes the birthday wishes. My dear boss.. Though you are one of the most annoying person that I have ever met in the whole universe, I still owe you something. The precious knowledge that I gained from you, every single working days. May you live happily for the rest of your life. And may you find the perfect soul mate asap. Happy Birthday Mr. NS! :p