Re: CE Mark?
My company has recently begun selling products in Europe, and one of our
product managers has requested several changes to our operation manuals,
which he says are required to meet CE requirements. His suggestions don't seem to make any sense (for example, he wanted to add a second "Safety" chapter...)
I'm sure his suggestions are based on some actual requirements, but filtered through his non-technical writer point of view, they are not helpful to me at all. I have been unsuccessful in persuading him to provide further details--he wants me to make the changes without any question.
Does anyone have any information on how CE certification may apply to
technical publications? General info, links, or other resources would be
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CE Mark?: From: Aimee Hall
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