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Guarantee of confidence in the safety of medical equipment

The medical equipment industry is affected by a complex array of regulatory systems, national and international standards and other requirements. We offer services that help manufacturers understand what they must do to comply with the regulation equipment sold worldwide.

ISO 13485 is the latest version of ISO 13485 standard published in July 2003. This standard is based on process model approach of ISO 9001.

We have formal recognition as regulatory systems in Europe and Canada and we are committed to achieve formal recognition by U.S. regulatory systems and Japan as they evolve and opportunities arise.

Regardless of equipment manufactured, as a manufacturer of medical equipment has the responsibility to consistently provide safe and effective equipment. ISO 13485 the recognized international standard for regulating medical devices worldwide.

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For more information about management systems please refer to the guidance documents . Request more information via on-line , or send an e-mail . You can also request information by phone: + (52 55) 5241.1370. We will respond immediately.

We are experts in training and have a network of public and closed courses very wide available in different locations.

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We are global leaders in training and management systems, all to help in the continuous improvement of your company. For more information on ISO 13485 courses contact us on tel: + (52 55) 5241.1370. For more information about training management systems.

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Hi. I'm looking for a new job, and would appreciate any help/advice you could give me on the topic.
Background:
-BA in an Ivy league Japanese university (2000)
-1yr and a half exp. sales in medical devices (Japan)
-1yr exp. in medical program coordination (SF).
-Fluent in Japanese and English
OK. Here is my ideal job. I would like to work for an American company with a Japanese branch, and would like to introduce/educate new products to the Japanese branch. Or a position where I could communicate beween the Japanese and American companies, and travel overseas

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