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Product compliance


4 Tips to Improve Product Compliance Management in the Workplace

There are several things you can do to improve product compliance management in the workplace. Here are our best compliance tips.

Product compliance


5 Common Mistakes Made by Compliance Offers

Read here the most common mistakes made by compliance officers.

CE marking


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.

CE marking


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.

CE marking


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.

CE marking


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.

CE marking


GAP Analysis: EU MDR Compliance

This article provides a general overview of what a gap analysis is in the context of the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745.

CE marking


CE Marking Medical Device Standalone Software – MDR & IVDR Guide

The article provides a general overview of the medical device regulatory process for manufacturers, as well as additional guidance specifically relevant to standalone software.

CE marking


Declaration of Conformity Guidance & Template

The EU Declaration of Conformity is a legal document, wherein a manufacturer formally declares the compliance of a product with the essential requirements of the relevant directives.

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Medical Device Classification According to the MDR

Manufacturers who want to place their medical devices on the European market must refer to the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) 2017/745 to determine the appropriate risk class of their devices.