General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) are standards established by various global regulations like USFDA, EU MDR and IVDR that specify the safety and performance criteria that must be met by a product or service before it can be sold or used. These requirements are necessary to ensure that a product or service is safe to use, performs as expected, and meets the needs of the consumer. General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) also includes requirements for product labeling, user instructions, warnings, and other safety-related information.
General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) are set out requirements for the safe and effective design, manufacture, and use of products. General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) are designed to ensure that products are safe, effective, and of good quality. They cover a range of topics, such as safety, usability, compatibility, environmental protection, and electromagnetic compatibility. GSPRs are created by regulatory authorities and are legally binding in many countries.
General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) are a set of technical requirements that products must meet to be certified as safe and compliant. These requirements cover everything from design, materials, and construction, to how a product will be used, stored, and maintained. GSPR are used by manufacturers, regulators, and consumers to ensure that a product is safe and performs as expected.
General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) are a set of rules and standards that manufacturers and suppliers of medical devices must comply with in order to ensure the safe and effective use of their products. These requirements are specified by the European Commission in the Medical Device Regulation (MDR) and the In Vitro Diagnostics Regulation (IVDR). The purpose of General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) is to ensure that medical devices are designed, manufactured, and marketed in accordance with the highest standards of safety, performance, and quality, and that they are suitable for their intended purpose.
General Safety and Performance Requirement (GSPR) is a set of requirements established in the European Union to ensure that all medical devices comply with safety, health, and environmental protection standards. General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) requires that manufacturers demonstrate that their medical devices meet specific safety and performance requirements before they can be put into service. This includes the ability to detect, prevent, and limit the risks associated with their use and to provide the necessary information to users and healthcare professionals. It also addresses the design, manufacture, labeling, and packaging of medical devices.
We at Maven, help you determine which of the new ‘General Safety and Performance Requirement (GSPR)’ will be considered as applicable, and to ensure an appropriate rationale for requirements deemed not applicable. The significant requirements will then be considered with respect to existing documentation, to identify gaps which may need to be addressed. Even for the most novel requirements, we shall advise you on how to clearly demonstrate compliance through testing, risk management, and other means. For the expanded labelling IFU requirements, we shall guide you to ensure that all required information is included.
The EU commission has released a free editable template for preparing your General Safety and Performance Requirement (GSPR) which can be accessed from https://health.ec.europa.eu/system/files/2021-05/mdcg_2021-8_annex6_0.docx
However, if you are looking for a more detailed template which can also guide you on how to adequately write your GSPR statements and justifications you can purchase the same from our e-cart which has been linked below.
Want to know more about the difference between MDD Essential Safety Requirements vs MDR General Safety and Performance Requirements (GSPR) please watch our video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-quPPmyO2sg
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