MEDCERT: important information on your MDD and AIMDD certificates
According to the Regulation 2017/745 (“MDR”), any certificates to Directives 93/42/EEC (“MDD”) and 90/385/EEC (“AIMDD”) shall become invalid on 27 May 2024 at the latest.
Therefore, we would like to inform you that in alignment with our designating authority, we are instructed to restrict the validity of any new certificates to these Directives accordingly. The latest expiry date on such certificates will from now on be 27 May 2024. This also means, any new MDD or AIMDD certificate will from now on have a period of validity of less than 5 years.
In case of any questions please contact your Lead Auditor or Customer Service.
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