Webinar: Mod grønnere medicinsk udstyr
Dokumentation af produkters miljøpåvirkning er blevet anvendt oftere i de seneste år - også inden for life science-sektoren - men er vi nået til et punkt, hvor det er blevet en nødvendighed?
Start: 21.10.2020 | kl. 10:00
Slut: 21.10.2020 | kl. 11:00
Dette arrangement afholdes på engelsk.
Recent trends indicate, that both the consumers and the health sector will pose higher demands for sustainable and environmentally friendly medical devices in the near future.
So how do medical device manufacturers prepare for the increasing demand for green devices?
During the webinar, you will get an introduction to:
- Eco-design and sustainable development of new medical devices
- Documenting environmental impact
- Total cost of ownership (TCO)
- Life cycle (LCA)
- Carbon Footprint
- Application of requirements for environmentally conscious design (IEC 60601-1-9 )
- Nice-to-have or necessity - from a health sector perspective
Who should participate?
This webinar is tailored to manufacturers of medical devices, specifically to decision makers within product development, product innovation, QA and production/operations.
Meet your hosts
Charlotte Merlin has been working with sustainability for more than 15 years and has a background as environmental engineer. At FORCE Technology, Charlotte supports both private and public customers with different types of environmental assessments and tools – at both product, service and company level, and in accordance with relevant standards.
Morten Kjær Johansen is a specialist in medical device regulations. Morten has been managing medical device projects through development and onto approvals for more than 15 years. Morten will introduce the concept of IEC 60601-1 for Environmentally cautions design and show how the requirements of the standard translate into established medical device processes.
The webinar is hosted in cooperation with Danish Healthtech. Danish Healthtech is co-financed by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science and The European Regional Development Fund.