Print Page   |   Contact Us   |   Sign In   |   Join
IAEI Magazine | Author: Wasim Khokhar
Share |

Wasim Khokhar

Wasim Khokhar has been with Thomas & Betts for seventeen years in various roles, and has served as a regulatory affairs engineer for the past two years. He previously had an article published in August 2007 in Connector Specifier magazine, which covered the role of training in a compliance process, successful strategies that companies could deploy to gain sustainable compliance and offered other practical advice on managing on-going compliance issues.


EuP – Energy-Using Products Directive

The European Union leads the world through enacting sweeping and comprehensive environmental regulations. The latest regulatory enactment is the EuP (Energy-using Products) directive 2005/32/EC. Global electrical and electronic manufacturers should take notice. This directive applies to all energy-using products, except those used for transporting persons or goods.