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EN60601-1:2006 + A1:2013 Has Been Harmonized Under the MDD

This post discusses that EN60601-1:2006+Amendment 1 (A1):2013 has finally been Harmonized under the MDD. This is really big news that many of us in the medical industry have been waiting to hear occur for quite awhile. What’s The Big News About? On 16 May 2014 the Official Journal of the European Union (OJEU) published an […]

Status Update on NBRG Risk Management Consensus Document

This post is a status update on the NBRG RMWG Risk Management Consensus Document 30 April 2014 – The NBRG (Notified Body Recommendation Group) Risk Management Working Group (RMWG) membership will have a face to face meeting in mid May to refine the draft Consensus document on EN ISO 14971:2012.  This meeting has come about because […]

MD&DI Article “Collaboration Holds the Key to Clarity on EN ISO 14971:2012”

7 March 2014 – MD&DI article written by Leo Eisner of Eisner Safety Consultants about the confusion of the EU Harmonized Standard EN ISO 14971:2012 Annexes ZA, ZB, & ZC that amends the EN ISO 14971:2009 version of the standard to align with the 3 Medical Devices Directives (the Medical Device, Active Implantable Medical Device, […]

NBRG Consensus Document on EN ISO 14971:2012 Is On Its Way MD&M West ’14 Presentation

On Tuesday Feb 11, 2014 at the UBM Canon Communications MD&M West Conference Leo Eisner of Eisner Safety Consultants presented this material as the Track Chair for “Improving Risk Management Strategies And Procedures”.  He spoke on the proposed Consensus Guidance Document on EN ISO 14971:2012 that is currently being drafted by NBRG (the Notified Body Recommendation […]

NBRG Call for Industry Participation – Survey Understanding Annex Z EN ISO 14971:2012

This post discusses NBRG’s call to participate in an Industry Survey on Industry’s Practice of Risk Management Process per EN ISO 14971:2012. On 7 February 2014 the Vice Chair of the Notified Body Recommendation Group, Michael Bothe, sent out a letter to industry to ask for their participation in a short survey (about 10 minutes long) […]