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I've been tasked to write some responses to the consultant company in
Europe, who my manager's company (I'm a contractor) has signed on with to
get our electrical hardware product registered as 'CE' certified.
All over the consultants' preliminary evaluation, there are references to EU
documents which are not readily available on the Web. I have managed to
find a few of them via Google searches. But some must be
purchased...according to the permanent employee who my manager had me kick
this question up to.
My question is.who has experience with writing supporting documentation to
get CE certification? I've love to talk with you!
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