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UL Medical Experts to Provide Instruction on Guidance for Risk Management in IEC 60601-1:2005 at IECEE Workshop
Date:4/10/2009

ndard IEC 60601-1, UL is working with the IECEE to help insure consistent certification requirements are established," said Anil Patel, general manager, UL Health Sciences. "This commitment is an obligation to our clients, accreditors, regulators, and the industry as a whole. Our investment in participating in these activities insures we bring the most value to our customers' regulatory needs across multiple markets."

UL has been at the forefront of supporting the industry by committing expert resources to participate in the committees. Patel adds "The key is for us to meet the growing demands of our customers and offer the most flexible options for industry to demonstrate conformity to IEC 60601-1." In addition to the staff providing presentations on the RMTF guidance document, UL staff representing CBTLs located in the USA, Japan, Denmark, Taiwan, and Canada will also be attending this workshop.

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