Hospitals are supposed to be a place of healing, an environment designed to make you feel safe and secure as soon as you enter. Yet the invisible electrical hazards in healthcare facilities have never been greater. The number of electric beds, automated blood pressure cuffs, scanning equipment, diagnostic instruments and other electrical equipment that employees use to diagnose and treat patients only increase the chance for incidents.
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“CE Marking” is required by law for products sold in European Union countries, but not accepted by OSHA and Inspectors in the US and Canada. The most obvious way to recognize a CE marked electrical product is to see the symbol on or near the nameplate. This symbol is not subject to copyright, and can be used by anyone.