In 2008, the European Parliament and the Council jointly adopted the Decision No. 768/2008/EC aiming to set a common framework for a new Industrial Policy. Read more
What do the guidance documents on the free movement of goods from the European Commission state?
Find here more information on the three documents.
The COVID-19 pandemic has provoked a great impact, especially for medical devices, and there has been a much necessary adaptation effort. In this respect, the International Standards Organization (ISO) has announced the elaboration of new standards on Ventilators and Pulse Oximeters.
Rapid antigen tests are not the most reliable methodology for COVID-19 diagnostic, but they can be a useful tool to face the ongoing pandemic because of their short turnaround times and reduced cost.
While Governments are decreasing protective measures, it's key to avoid shortage of Covid-19 related products. Find out the latest news on their regulation.
As of July 2022, the new rules require all vehicle models introduced on the European market to be equipped with advanced safety features.
Products that assist and support individuals with disabilities, restricted mobility or other conditions to perform functions that would be difficult to perform without such products are known as ‘Assistive Technology’.Classifying these products is not an easy task as they might be a medical device or an ‘aid for daily living’. Read more about it.
Discover what are the fundamental characteristics of the Medical Device Classification System.
Read more on the increasing concern on this plastic litter in the marine environment that can harm ecosystems.
Find out what decisions the EU will take.
New references of EU harmonised standards published for personal protective equipment, machinery, ATEX, construction points, pressure equipment, and more.