Product compliance means there is evidence that the product meets the essential legal requirements. The traditional scope was consumer safety. Today aspects such as energy consumption, recycleability, assessment of impact on the environment, are all relevant. The scope has been extended to consumer well being.
Product compliance means there is evidence that the product meets the essential requirements in the form of directives, regulations and harmonised standards. Proper management of product compliance and the processes around it save time, reduce costs and enable companies to mitigate risks.
Many believe that it is difficult and expensive to successfully embed product compliance in your organisation, we are here to prove that it is not. We translate complex rules into an understandable approach starting with something you should know: the type of the product you are going to place on the market. The result is a comprehensive and monitored requirement list with references to directives, regulations, norms/standards that apply to your product.