Electrical Safety Analyzers: What you need to know for your hospital

Jerry Zion

We hope you are well and weathering recent events in health and safety. COVID-19 has caused factories, calibration labs, and operations to shut down around the globe, impacting a great many of you. We offer our sincerest hope that you and your families remain safe during this time. For others, your work of keeping the world maintained and operational has become even more important.

Many of us are trying to build new skills as we spend more time indoors. For this reason, we have put together some free online learning resources below.


Webinar: Medical device quality assurance: Best practices for patient risk reduction

During this 60-minute presentation join Jerry Zion, Global Training Manager at Fluke Biomedical, as he discusses applying the Hippocratic Oath.


Video: The importance of electrical safety testing on incoming inspections for ventilators.

Before you put your new ventilator into service you're going to want to perform an incoming inspection. This is to make sure that nothing happened in transit between the medical device manufacturer and your hospital. This should be performed to domestic or international safety standards and the best way to do that is using an electrical safety analyzer with onboard automation.


We hope you find these free resources useful.

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