Certification of Products, Sites and People
ExVeritas is a UKAS accredited Certification Body and Test Laboratory. We are also an ATEX Notified Body and an IECEx Certification Body to provide internationally recognised safety and certification services including IECEx, ATEX, CE Marking (including full EMC test facilities) and Quality System Certification. We also offer accredited explosive atmosphere training such as CompEx and site safety consultancy on DSEAR, area classification, design, installation, Ex inspection and risk assessment.
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ExVeritas are accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 and ISO/IEC 17065 by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service who are the sole national accreditation body recognised by the UK Government.
We are also an IECEx accredited Certification Body (IECEx CB) and Test Laboratory (IECEx TL) . IECEx is an International Certification Scheme and is used as the gateway to many international approvals including North America, Brazil, Korea and Russia. ExVeritas Singapore offer local testing and certification in Singapore and Asia.
ExVeritas are an accredited CompEx provider with practical training centers in the UK, Ireland and Malta and the ability to deliver our training globally.
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This ensures we have the correct scope for the project to provide the most accurate firm cost and timescale.
If you do not understand the terms of the certification requires or have not deigned the product to the Standards listed in the certification requires you should consider an Ex Certification Review.
IECEx certification can be added for a small additional cost
If you don’t have an accredited ISO9001 or use many concepts it can cost more.
Unit Verification is also available, but this requires each unit to be inspected and listed by serial number on the certificate.
It can save you a lot of time and money as there is little point starting a certification project if the product doesn’t comply with the Standards we will test and assess against.
For the ATEX Certification label (with the code and certificate number on etc) it is mandatory that the manufacturers name and address be on the label.
For ATEX (and IECEx) the manufacturer is the person who has the QAN/QAR for the product (they are the responsible company f0or quality, even if the parts/product is bought in from another manufacturer)
You can duel label a product (ATEX/IECEx only control the certification label, not other labels applied to a product)
You cannot remove the certification label, or have a different manufacturer on the certification label (the manufacturer must have the Type |Approval Certificate and QAN/QAR)
If companies want to re-badge completely (remove the OEM) then normally get a certificate in their name (paperwork exercise as it’s based on their OEM certificated) and a QAN/QAR in their name (again, simple process as they are only ‘re-labelling’)