Which information should be in the user’s manual?

Compliance Expert Soufyan Lamdini explains

The New Approach Directives directly relate to the user’s safety. The information given to the user plays an essential role in reducing or avoiding safety risks. Drafting and providing the instructions with regards to user manuals is a legal, fundamental safety requirement. The user’s manual must contain all information required for a correct and safe use of the product.

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