Achieving product compliance is hard with evolving technologies

MOVING PRODUCTS
TO MARKET GLOBALLY

In this webinar series Eurofins | MET Labs product safety experts will give you an in-depth overview of rules to a new hazard-based concept that emphasizes safety design in the early product development phase. Topics will include:

  • Scope of Standard (what’s new)
  • Explanation of HBSE
  • Implementation Timing


 

Thursday April 11, 2019

1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

WHY ATTEND AT A GLANCE

Engineers, Product Managers, Product Development Specialists, or Test Technicians with interest in product compliance in any phase of the design, manufacturing, and production process.

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MOVING PRODUCTS
TO MARKET GLOBALLY

Advancing technologies and the convergence of Audio/Visual equipment and IT products made it difficult to determine whether a product should be tested to 60950-1 or 60065. As a result a number of revisions were made to each standard.

Unfortunately these revisions made the standards more difficult to use prompting a complete overhaul of the standards with an introduction of IEC 62368-1 as the solution. IEC 62368-1 is a technology-neutral and performance-based standard, which was designed with a hazard-based approach to replace the IEC 60950 and IEC 60065 standards.

In this two part webinar series, we give you an in-depth overview of IEC/EN/UL/CSA 62368-1 with critical insights into the new hazard based safety standard, key issues with transitioning (from IEC 60950 & IEC 60065), and manufacturers responsibilities from MET’s product safety testing experts.

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About Eurofins| MET Labs

MET Laboratories, Inc was established in 1959 and has become a global service leader for product approvals and regulatory certification of electrical products in Baltimore, MD. In 1989, MET broke the UL monopoly for product safety testing and certification in the United States and is approved to certify products in over 200 UL standard categories. MET Labs is a service leader and trusted provider of product testing and regulatory certification of electrical products for leading brands and companies in the United States, Europe and worldwide. In 2018, MET joined the Eurofins Scientific network and has become a key component in Eurofins’ product testing portfolio.