I do see some safety issues with this type of EVSE, but nothing that is forbiden.
I installed a 2 pole relay on my EVSE, because who knows how the plug has been wired (incorrectly?).
In Europe, every public station plug is on a RCB 30mA (at least in france)... And good luck to find a GFCI plug in Europe, I'm not even sure it exists, plus the main breaker connection to the grid has one too (300, 350, 500mA or 1A), so if the ground is correctly connected no problem even if it's missing the 30mA RCD.
Let's be honest, the EVSE brick has something making it look safe so for somebody new it's better or if you want to plug to somebody's house knowing nothing about electricity.
When I plug at some friends houses, I sometimes trip the main breaker, none of them worry. Usually it's more about explaining to their family or friends that it's still normal and safe.
Don't be afraid of the electrical monster, just try to tame it!
I'm an electrician (now
) and with the work mux did I would probably say engineer.