Category: CE marking

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Why is RoHS Compliance Important for Electrical Equipment?

Read this article to learn why RoHS compliance is important for your electrical equipment.

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EU Authorised Representative FAQs

In this article, you will find everything you need to know about European authorised representatives (EAR), what they do and when you need one.

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Responsibilities and Mandate of an EU Authorised Representative

This article helps you understand what an EU authorised representative is and what their general responsibilities are.

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Medical Device Technical File for MDR Compliance

This article provides guidance on what documents MedTech manufacturers must include in their medical device technical files. The article also shares insights on how a medical device technical file is assessed for MDR compliance.

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10 Medical Device Symbols You Must Know About

MedTech manufacturers can use the present guidance on medical device symbols to comply with the new, stricter MDR labelling requirements.

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EU MDR Labelling Requirements for Medical Devices

This post focuses on the medical device labelling requirements and user manual requirements under the EU MDR 2017/745.

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5 Useful Tools for CE Marking of Products

These tools are particularly suitable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and large market players with compliance departments.

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The CE Marking Process Explained in 7 Steps

To help out, here is presented a detailed description of all the steps that the CE marking process can include.

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5 Questions Often Asked During a CE-Marking Consultation Meeting

Here, you can find answers to 5 questions often asked during a CE-marking consultation and request the help of professionals.

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Technical Documentation for CE marking

This article provides a brief overview of what a technical file is and what it should contain. Special attention will be given to the contents of the technical documentation for respiratory products (e.g. face masks) according to the PPE Regulation 2016/425.