UKAS is recognised by the government to assess against internationally agreed standards. But how does UKAS demonstrate its own conformity and competence? Paul Greenwood: UKAS Operations Director explains. By Paul Greenwood, Operations Director at UKAS.
GAMBICA is proud to have been part of initial meetings held by City and Guilds in partnership with specialist engineering awarding organisation Excellence Achievement and Learning (EAL). It is aimed that T Levels will gradually become one of the main choices for learners after GCSEs. By Nikesh Mistry, Sector Head of Industrial Automation at GAMBICA
The public sector offers many business opportunities for the measurement and testing industry. To help you get started, Tenders Direct has created a step tender writing process for you to follow.
After 31 December 2021, all products which are covered by the UK Regulations that are listed below must be labelled with the UK Conformity Assessment (UKCA) mark. But will the UK Conformity Assessment infrastructure be able to cope with the demand from manufacturers and importers?
By Jeff Llewellyn, BMTA President
Acoustical Investigation & Research Organisation Ltd (AIRO) provides measurement and testing of the acoustical properties of materials, constructional elements and products both in AIRO’s purpose-built laboratory at Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire and on-site.
The revision of ISO/IEC 17011 “Conformity assessment — Requirements for accreditation bodies accrediting conformity assessment bodies” in 2017 placed more focus on accreditation bodies taking a risk-based approach to the planning and conduct of assessments. Jeff Ruddle, Strategic Development Director, UKAS tells us more.
By Jeff Ruddle, Strategic Development Director, UKAS
Professor Samia Nefti-Meziani takes a look at robotics, soft cobots and cognitive automation and how they offer an overarching approach towards a human-centred smart production environment.
By Professor Samia Nefti-Meziani
Flexible scopes of accreditation provide a mechanism to allow accredited organisations to undertake new or modified activities within their scope of accreditation. Paul Greenwood, UKAS Operations Director discusses. By Paul Greenwood, UKAS Operations Director
World Accreditation Day 2021, celebrated annually on June 9th, will highlight how accreditation and accredited conformity assessment activities can support the implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals; a series of 17 objectives that have been developed and adopted by United Nations member states as part of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.