Join us at the Bayern Innovativ booth in Hall 3, where we will be ready to update you on IEC and ISO standards, and new EU regulations relating to medical devices.


November 18, 2019


November 21, 2019


Dusseldorf, Germany

In the event of a medical emergency fast and reliable assistance is required. Emergency medical equipment must withstand high loads and be fully functional at any time.

Manufacturers and suppliers of emergency medical service (EMS) equipment are advised to check their products comply with IEC 60601-1-12: Requirements for medical electrical equipment and medical electrical systems intended for use in the emergency medical services environment.

In our laboratories, we offer comprehensive and complete tests for active medical devices and systems from a single source – in accordance with the IEC 60601-1-12 standard.

IEC 60601-1-12 combines various applications (road ambulances, helicopters or aircraft) and is considered the relevant standard for active medical equipment in the EMS environment. Numerous medical devices fall under its scope.

As the world's leading provider of testing and certification services, we cover the entire spectrum of product tests in accordance with IEC 60601-1-12, EN 1789 and EN 13718-1 – related to design, resistance against environmental influences, mechanical stability and electromagnetic compatibility.

SGS Germany GmbH (SGS) is accredited by the Deutsche Akkreditierungsstelle GmbH DAkkS (ILAC) and IECEE CB Scheme for the testing of active medical devices used in EMS environments. Programs, parameters and procedures for testing are individually created by our experienced test engineers and tailored for specific products.

Benefit from the experience and knowledge of our specialists and worldwide presence. Start early. We are pleased to support you in understanding the requirements raised by safety and EMC standards, which need to be considered at an early stage of product design and development.

Visit our stand at the world's leading trade fair for medical products in Düsseldorf, 18-21 November 2019. Arrange an appointment with our specialists right now.

For further information, please contact:

Armin Hudetz
Division Manager EMC & Product Safety
SGS Germany GmbH
t: +49 89 78 74 75 - 133

Or contact our Customer Service Team:
t: +49 89 78 74 75 - 222