IEC 60601 Regulatory Standards

Ensuring Device Safety: Electrical Standards in Medical Devices

Deep dive into the IEC 60601 Test Standards

Deep dive into the IEC 60601 Test Standards

Paid seminar ON 3 - 4 jUNE 2024

This 2-day seminar will provide a comprehensive overview of the evolving landscape of medical device testing, offering insights into the latest industry standards and regulations. The featured experts will delve into the intricacies of electrical safety, highlighting the essential elements contributing to the safety and efficacy of medical devices. 

By the end of the seminar, participants will gain a deep understanding of the key principles, regulations, and strategies for ensuring electrical safety in medical devices. They will also acquire practical insights and tools to effectively address electrical safety challenges throughout the lifecycle of medical devices, ultimately contributing to enhanced patient well-being and safety in healthcare settings.

Join us as we explore the critical aspects of electrical safety in medical devices and collaborate towards a safer and more reliable healthcare ecosystem. Featuring presentations from leading experts in the field of medical device testing, the 2-day programme will cover the latest electrical safety requirements. 


Date: 3 - 4 June, Mon - Tues (Singapore)

Time: 9.30am - 5pm SGT

Location: 15 International Business Park, TÜV SÜD @ IBP (Singapore)

Registration Fee:
Fees include the entire two-day programme, tea breaks and lunch.
Standard price: SGD 800

*For group registration of more than 5 pax, you may indicate it in the query box during registration.

This seminar is also available in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia on 10 - 11 June 2024. Click here to find out more.


Day 1

  • Testing Framework of IEC 60601: Understanding its Scope and Purpose
  • Classification of Medical Electrical Equipment and Systems according to IEC 60601
  • Updates and Amendments to IEC 60601: Keeping Current with Regulatory Changes
  • Risk Management in Medical Electrical Equipment with reference to IEC 14971

Day 2

  • User-Centric Excellence: Practices in Alignment with IEC 60601-1-6
  • Medical Device Software Lifecycle Processes: Understanding IEC 62304
  • Ensuring Electromagnetic Compatibility: Navigating EMC Requirements in IEC 60601-1-2


Who Should attend

  • Medical Device Manufacturers / Asset Owners
  • Quality Assurance Specialists
  • Product Compliance / Regulatory Affairs Professionals
  • R&D Engineers
  • Verification and Validation Specialists

About the speakers

AMD Electrical Safety Paid Seminar

Mr. Yeoh Wei Yee, Manager, Electrical Safety & Performance 1 (ESP1) Laboratory, TÜV SÜD 

Wei Yee has 7 years of experience working in TÜV SÜD as an engineer for various electrical safety IEC standards - ITAV, measurement and medical devices and is a Technical Certifier for Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratory (NRTL) Mark for these categories. He is a Member of Committee of Testing Laboratories Expert Task Force 03 for medical and measurement categories under the International Electrotechnical Committee (IEC) and SAC-SINGLAS accredited persons for IEC 60950-1, IEC 62368-1, IEC 60601 and IEC 61010 safety standards. Wei Yee is also a Certified FSCP Functional Safety Engineer under the IEC 61508 standard. 

AMD Electrical Safety Paid Seminar

Dr. Deng Jun Hong, Vice President, Asset Intensive Labs, TÜV SÜD

Dr. Deng Junhong is the Vice President (Asset Intensive Labs) of TÜV SÜD PSB, the Chairman of Global EMC Service Line Committee and Global EMC Senior Product Specialist of TÜV SÜD. Dr. Deng is the Convenor of Singapore National EMC Standards Working Group, an iNARTE certified EMC engineer (iNARTE: International Association for Radio, Telecommunications and Electromagnetics), a member of IECEE CTL EMC Expert Task Force, an EMC technical assessor of IECEE CB scheme. Additionally, as a senior member of IEEE, he has been serving in IEEE EMC Singapore Chapter as an executive committee member since 2005, Chairman in 2014 and 2015, Vice Chairman in 2009, 2010, 2012 and 2013.

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Navigate through the evolving landscape of medical device testing and ensure electrical safety for your medical devices

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