Correct operating instructions have, from a normative point of view, the same importance as the safety of the product itself.
From the point of view of liability, missing information in the operating instructions can have serious consequences for the distributor, manufacturer in charge of conformity, importer or retailer.
I design your operating instructions as desired or based on EN 82079-1 (preparation of instructions for use (structure, content and presentation, general principles and detailed requirements) taking into account the normative product requirements of EN 60335-1 or EN 62115
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Operating instructions are easily accessible and verifiable for the market surveillance authorities as they must be made available "online". A defective and non-compliant UM can be a first indication of a non-compliant product . Avoid the risk of further product investigation
current publication: VDE warns against faulty operating instructions