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Our compliance engineer works with product management to figure out
where the product will be sold, runs the appropriate compliance tests,
then tells me which statements need to be included.
We're not producing consumer electronics, so the regulations under which
we operate my be different. I'm fortunate enough to have access to a
list of standard statements, and I simply cut and paste into my
Rahel A. Bailie, Senior Technical Writer
Castleton Network Systems Corporation
Burnaby, BC, Canada
Tel 604-293-0039 (5432) / Fax 604-293-0047 http://www.castleton.com
From: David Lawrence [mailto:dlawrence -at- CELERITY -dot- COM]
Sent: Monday, July 27, 1998 8:34 AM
To: TECHWR-L -at- LISTSERV -dot- OKSTATE -dot- EDU
Subject: Safety compliance statements
I am producing user doc for a consumer electronics product that will be
sold internationally. How do I determine what safety compliance
must be included in the documentation?
Also, are there any general guidelines for Safety Precautions lists?
I've asked the engineering department to tell me what standards they are
manufacturing the product to, and which of these standards includes
David Lawrence Phone: 423.539.3617
Senior Documentation Specialist Fax: 423.539.5390
Celerity Systems, Inc. email: dlawrence -at- celerity -dot- com
1400 Centerpoint Boulevard Web: www.celerity.com
Knoxville, Tennessee 37932 NSADAQ: CLRT