· 1 min read
YORK, UK – NSF’s medical devices program in Europe is shifting senior leadership roles and responsibilities after a subsidiary of the global public health organization withdrew its notified body designation application for European In-Vitro Diagnostic and Medical Device Regulations. The move by NSF Certification Ireland Ltd. paves the way for the NSF’S medical device regulation experts to provide consulting and training services through NSF in Europe.
“Within the health products and pharma biotech sectors, NSF’s greatest strengths are in the areas of consulting and training. Consistent with our public health mission, we believe we can have the greatest impact on health and safety by focusing on science-based risk management solutions,” said James Pink, Executive Vice President of Consulting Services at NSF, Medical Devices.
To support the move, several NSF Certification Ireland Ltd. leaders are taking on new roles within NSF’s medical devices group:
For media inquiries, please contact Thomas Frey, APR, at +1.734.214.6242 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
NSF is a global, independent organization that facilitates standards development, and tests and certifies products for the health sciences, water, food and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment. Founded in 1944, NSF is committed to protecting human health and safety worldwide. With operations in more than 175 countries, NSF is a Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (WHO) Collaborating Center on Food Safety, Water Quality and Indoor Environment.
NSF’s health sciences services include training and education, consulting, regulatory guidance, corporate compliance and, separately, auditing, GMP and GLP analytical testing, DNA testing, certification and R&D for the pharma biotech, medical device, dietary supplement and bottled water/beverage industries throughout the product lifecycle.
Join NSF at RAPS Convergence 2023
February 2023 Medical Device and IVD News Update
January 2023 Medical Device and IVD News Update