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Meet NSAI's New Brexit Unit at the Getting Ireland Brexit Ready Workshops

In response to the upcoming exit of the UK from the European Union, NSAI has set up a Brexit Unit.

• Headed by Fergal O'Byrne, the four person team will provide information on the important steps that are being taken to prepare for Brexit, especially the supports and information available to citizens, businesses and other stakeholders.

•  Our new Brexit Team will be at the Getting Ireland Brexit Ready workshops, which are are taking place nationwide during October. 

Register for your free place here.

Standards in Medical Devices

We are carrying out a survey to gauge the industry interest in NSAI hosting a workshop to discuss the impact of changes to the ISO 80369 series of standards.

The revision of ISO 80369-7: 2016 Small-bore connectors for liquids and gases in healthcare applications introduced new requirements.  National manufacturers and suppliers need to develop a plan to engage with these changes.

Let us know your interest in attending a workshop here. 

Taxi Meter Calibration Campaign

NSAI Legal Metrology inspectors are conducting a campaign to ensure that taxi meters are calibrated correctly.

As a result of a recent taxi fare increase, all meters need to be calibrated and verified to ensure they are displaying the correct price. Did you know that any unverified taximeters are liable for in prosecution under the Metrology Act 1996?

Explore more about taxi meter calibration and verification here.

Are You Up to Date with Medical Device Regulations?

In light of recent legislative changes, NSAI has shared some online resources to ensure that medical device manufacturers are up to date.

On 5 April 2017,Regulation (EU) 2017/745 and Regulation (EU) 2017/746 were adopted.
We would like to advise medical device manufacturers of some resources on our website about these changes.

Read more about these recent changes here.

Get Involved in Developing Standards

Get involved with NSAI committees and be at the cutting edge of your industry.

Thanks to the collaboration of more than 1,142 voluntary committee members, NSAI published 1490 standards and 4 new Irish standards last year. This was across industries such as construction, manufacturing and IT. You can learn more about our ongoing standards work in our Active Work Programme.

Get involved in our committee work, register  your interest today.

Please note that the NSAI Standards work program is available on the NSAI website.
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