Suppliers Declaration principles in fulfilling US Regulatory responsibilities
from the Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments; Consumer Product
Safety Commission; and National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration discuss use of
Suppliers Declaration principles in fulfilling US Regulatory
responsibilities during December 3 Panel at NIST hosted Conference "Conformity
Assessment for a Changing Environment"
From Left to Right:
MacPherson, Attorney Advisor, National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration, "So, self certification
does allow us to fulfill our mandate in a manner that would be impossible
if in fact we were doing the certification ourself."
Eric Stone, Director, Legal Division, Office of Compliance, Consumer Product Safety Administration, "Early in the Agency's history...certification requirements frequently just were a piece of paper that did not say much and we developed that and I am going to talk about that in a couple of examples a little bit further ...essentially a certificate should..."
Timothy Jeffries, Director, Administrative Council for Terminal Attachments, "The actual supplier or responsible party is able to self certify this equipment..."
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