Our Quality Assurance Information Pack provides information about accreditations, certifications and registrations
pertaining to our Quality Management, Health & Safety and Environmental policies, systems and procedures.
It also contains Company details, Insurance Cover and Conditions of Business.
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ISO9001 sets out the requirements of generic Quality Management Systems and the mechanisms for demonstrating compliance.
UK Test Instruments has been certified to ISO 9001:2008 by NQA, which is a certification body accredited by UKAS.
Certification by a UKAS accredited body means our Quality Management Systems provide the highest confidence levels.
ISO17025 sets out the General Requirements for Testing and Calibration Laboratories and the mechanisms for demonstrating Competence.
UK Test Instruments has been accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2005 by The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS), the national accreditation body for the United Kingdom.
Accreditation is the formal recognition that our organisation is competent to perform calibrations (as detailed in our scope of accreditation) in a reliable credible and accurate manner.
UK Test Instruments achieved certification to OHSAS18001 and ISO14001 in the latter part of 2016. The implementation of these certifications demonstrates we aim to deliver beyond our target and continually improve in all we do.
ISO14001 sets out the requirements of an environmental management
UK Test Instruments has been certified to ISO14001:2015 by BSI which is a certification body accredited by UKAS.
This certification provides assurance to all stakeholders that environmental impact is being measured and improved.
OHSAS18001 sets out the requirements of an Occupational Health and Safety Management system.
UK Test Instruments has been certified to OHSAS18001:2007 by BSI which is a certification body accredited by UKAS.
This certification demonstrates our commitment to providing, maintaining and continually improving a robust health and safety management system.