|United States||ASME||Pressure Vessel|
|FM||Performance Safety and Quality|
|Europe||ATEX||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|RoHS||Restriction of Hazardous Substances|
|REACH||Restriction of Chemicals|
|United Kingdom||BASEEFA||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|France||ATEX||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|ISSep||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|Germany||AD MERKBLATT||Pressure Vessel|
|PTB||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|Hungary||BKI||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|Slovakia||EVPU||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|Russia||EAC||Imports of Machinery and Industrial Equipment|
|Kazakhstan||EAC||Imports of Machinery and Industrial Equipment|
|India||CCE||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|CMAT||Mining Hazardous Area Compliance|
|China||CQST||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|SAA||Hazardous Area Compliance|
|International||ISO 9001||Manufacturing Processes|
|Worldwide||IECEx||Hazardous Area Compliance|
Founded in 1880 as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, ASME is a not-for-profit professional organization that promotes the art, science and practice of mechanical and multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences throughout the world. The core values of ASME are rooted in its mission to better enable mechanical engineering practitioners to contribute to the well-being of humankind.
UL is the trusted source across the globe for product compliance. Benefiting a range of customers - from manufacturers and retailers to consumers and regulating bodies we've tested products for public safety for more than a century.
FM Global offers worldwide industrial and commercial product certification and testing services through FM Approvals. Recognized and respected across the globe, FM Approvals certification assures customers a product or service that has been objectively tested and conforms to the highest national and international standards.
The Canadian Standards Association is a not-for-profit membership-based association serving business, industry, government and consumers in Canada and the global marketplace.
As a solutions-oriented organization, we work in Canada and around the world to develop standards that address real needs, such as enhancing public safety and health. Advancing the quality of life. Helping to preserve the environment. Facilitating trade.
We help people understand standards through education and information products and services.
Equipment and Protective systems intended for use in Potentially Explosive Atmospheres (ATEX) Directive 94/9/EC is a so-called "New Approach" Directive which provides the technical requirements to be applied to equipment intended for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. The Directive is named after the French "ATmosphere EXplosible" and it has been mandatory from 1st July 2003.
By affixing the CE marking, the manufacturer or person placing the product on the market or putting it into service asserts that the item meets all the essential requirements of the relevant European Directive(s). Examples of European Directives requiring CE marking include toy safety, machinery, low-voltage equipment, terminal equipment and EM compatibility.
NATO provides a forum in which the United States, Canada and European countries can consult together on security issues of common concern and take joint action in addressing them.
BASEEFA is a world-renowned certification body, principally concerned with electrical and mechanical equipment intended for installation and use in potentially explosive atmospheres. We are accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), are a Notified Body for the European ATEX Directive and have global acceptance within the IECEx Scheme.
CODAP Services Limited is a computer consultancy specialising in the supply, installation, training, development and support of Pegasus Accounting and Business Management Software.
With our combination of accounting and technical computer skills we are perfectly placed to assist our customers in maximising the benefits from their investment in computerised systems.
In its quest to improve well-being and safety in buildings, CSTB plies four complementary trades: research, advanced engineering, quality assessment and the dissemination of knowledge. In combination with its fields of expertise, they allow CSTB to adopt a global approach to buildings which includes their urban environment, services and the new information and communication technologies.
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All measuring instruments used in accordance with the Verification Act for measurements subject to legal control must be verified. In most cases, prerequisite for verification is a type approval, i.e. the type – and not each individual instrument but a typical specimen – must be approved by PTB. The approval procedure is as follows:
The manufacturer files an application for approval with PTB and submits the necessary technical documents and, normally, a sample instrument. The approval documents and the sample instrument are tested by the competent PTB section in compliance with the provisions of the Verification Ordinance. Essential criteria here are the instrument’s correctness and stability. The applicable requirements and maximum permissible errors must be complied with, and this for a period prescribed by law, the so-called period of validity of verification. The approval test covers metrological, technical and administrative tests. Among the metrological tests are tests performed under the impact of specific influence quantities such as temperature, humidity, vibrations, variations of the voltage supply, and electromagnetic fields. Within the scope of the technical tests which to an increasing extent also comprise software tests, one checks whether the functions of operation, display and printing meet the requirements and whether the instrument is adequately protected against faulty operation and manipulation.
Notified Bodies are accredited in Europe for product safety testing and certification according to European Norms (e.g., EN 61010-1 safety). The primary goal of the Notified Body is to protect the health of the consumer and to provide independent EU third-party support for suppliers' CE marking. Examples of Notified Bodies are VDE, TUV and Demko. Notified Bodies are listed in the Official Journal of the European Communities (OJ).
EVPU is development-research and production company specialized for supplies of:
- equipments of power electronics
- control and driving systems and special-purpose machines
- services in the area of certification, testing and codification
The main goal is to design of the state-of-the art kinds of equipment, which are characterized by their high reliability, user comfort, qualitative diagnostic, simple kind of servicing and long service life.
Technical Regulations and new Mark of Conformity in the Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus Customs Union for imports of Machinery and Industrial Equipment. Products certified according to new rules will have to be labelled with Customs Union Mark of Conformity, called EurAsian Conformity Mark – EAC, before they are placed on the market of the Customs Union member states.
The China National Quality Supervision and Test Center for Explosion Protected Electrical Products (CQST) has introduced the CQST Explosion Safety Certification scheme. It is a voluntary safety certification scheme involving explosion protected electrical products.
The Department of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) is a department under the Ministery of Human Resources. This department is responsible for ensuring the occupational safety, health and welfare of people at work as well as protecting other people from the safety and health hazards arising from the activities of various sectors which include:
- Mining and quarrying
- Hotel and restaurants
- Agriculture, forestry and fishing
- Transport, storage and communication
- Public services and statutory authorities
- Utilities - gas, electricity, water and sanitary services
- Finance, insurance, real estate and business services
ISO has developed over 17500 International Standards on a variety of subjects and some 1100 new ISO standards are published every year. The full range of technical fields can be seen from the listing International Standards. Users can browse that listing to find bibliographic information on each standard and, in many cases, a brief abstract. The online ISO Standards listing integrates both the ISO Catalogue of published standards and the ISO Technical programme of standards under development.
ISO 9001 - Edmonton, Canada
ISO 9001 - Chromalox La Vergne, Tennessee
ISO 9001 - Chromalox Ogden, Utah
ISO 9001 - Chromalox Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
ISO 9001 - Chromalox Soissons, France
ISO 9001 - Chromalox Wujiang, China
The objective of the IECEx System is to facilitate international trade in equipment and services for use in explosive atmospheres, while maintaining the required level of safety:
- reduced testing and certification costs to manufacturer
- reduced time to market
- international confidence in the product assessment process
- one international database listing
- maintaining International Confidence in equipment and services covered by IECEx Certification
Directive 1907/2006/EC is the European Union regulation, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH). This directive came into regulatory force on June 1, 2007 in the European Union and replaces a number of European Directives and Regulations with a single system. The REACH directive establishes provisions on chemicals and their use.
Chromalox Statement of Compliance: Chromalox REACH Statement of Compliance
RoHS EU Directive 2002/96/EC Statement of Compliance On 1 February 2008, the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Regulation (the RoHS Regulations) was revised, updated, and adopted by the European Union. RoHS require producers of electrical equipment or electronics to specific requirements. The scope of RoHS can be found in the EU WEEE Directive 2002/96/EC Annex IA categories 1 -7 and 10.
Chromalox Statement of Compliance: Chromalox RoSH Statement of Compliance
The Korea Occupational Safety & Health Agency(KOSHA) was established as a public professional organization financed by government subsidies in order to prevent accidents and diseases at workplaces on the basis of human respect ideology.