Yes, there are certainly a lot of different use cases, some of which may raise safety concerns, as you mentioned. I think we are open to some modification of the text, just to further clarify some of the cases that could come up.
To be clear, this is for repair purposes. It's to be clear that, potentially, for some categories of devices, repair needs to be done to a certain standard, like what you're talking about in emergency situations. The current limitations on the right to repair cut in both directions, right? During the pandemic we had instances of breathing devices that couldn't be repaired by the manufacturer in the time available and couldn't be repaired by local staff in the hospitals affected, and that also raised a very serious safety concern for people.
I don't think we should interpret safety as only being a problem that benefits manufacturers here.