Medical Device Directive 93/42/EEC - two-day course
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Price: £750 + VAT per person - book 30 days in advance and receive a 10% discount!
Time: 9am - 4pm
The Medical Device Directive details the essential requirements manufacturers and importers must meet to apply CE marking and legally market or sell their devices in the EU. Because of the many types of devices covered by the Directive, the specific requirements depend on the classification and intended use of the device. However, in most cases, the use of an EU Notified Body is required to assess compliance with the Directive before CE marking can be applied.
By complying with the Essential Requirements of the EU’s Medical Device Directive and other regulations that apply to medical devices, manufacturers can tap into the European marketplace which consists of 500 million consumers. In addition, medical devices bearing CE marking may achieve faster regulatory review and approval in other global markets.