The major global medical device regulatory and accrediting bodies have set dates to recognize IEC 60601-1, 3rd Ed with Amendment 1. It is now included in the Official Journal for the Medical Device Directive and OSHA has adopted the standard ES 60601-1:2005 with A1:2012 as the NRTL standard for electrical medical equipment. In order to demonstrate compliance, it’s important for device makers to be aware of the changes and the impact to them. While many of the changes would be considered a benefit to the manufacturer, other changes will result in more work. In this webinar, UL Senior Staff Engineer will discuss the major changes introduced by Amendment 1 and potential impact to test reports included in global regulatory submissions.