Advanced robots of the future could be given their own legal status under plans MEPs have asked EU policy makers to consider.
Assessors are duty bound to act where there is suspicion that medical devices fall below standards, says EU court 20 Feb 2017
Organisations tasked with assessing whether medical devices are safe for people to use are duty bound to look into claims that those devices fall short of safety standards where there is evidence to support that concern, the EU's highest court has ruled.
Disputes raised in relation to the 'fee for intervention' (FFI) costs recovery scheme operated by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) will in future be resolved by way of a "fully independent" process, the regulator has announced.
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