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BSI Group America Inc. Announces Specialized Regulatory Training Courses for the Healthcare Industry
Date:4/27/2011

ed to introduce the In Vitro Diagnostics Directive (IVDD), the types of product covered by the Directive and the regulatory framework required for placing IVD products on the European market. On completion of training, participants will be able to apply knowledge of the directive to the development of IVD products as well as their on-going maintenance to achieve continued regulatory compliance throughout the lifecycle of the product
  • Application of the In Vitro Diagnostics Directive: A three day course to explore the IVD Directive, gain a greater understanding of the requirements to enable IVD devices to be placed on the European market. Participants will be able to apply the requirements of the directive to create technical documentation to support the product throughout its lifecycle. Managers and quality/regulatory professionals responsible for all aspects of IVD CE marking as well as internal and external auditors will benefit from attending this course.

  • For full course descriptions and more information on how your company can benefit from BSI's new Specialized Regulatory Courses, visit us online at www.bsiamerica.com/regulatorytraining.

    About BSI:

    BSI Group is a global independent business services organization which enables businesses, governments and other organizations to increase profits and market access, and to enhance reputation with its standards-based solutions and assurance services. From its origins as the world's first National Standards Body, BSI draws upon over 100 years' experience to partner with 66,000 organizations in 147 countries from its 50 offices. Today, through its independence, innovation and integrity, BSI continues to improve the lives of millions by raising standards worldwide. To learn more about BSI, please visit www.bsiamerica.com

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