Certifications of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) in accordance with European Directive 1989/686/EEC, are finalised by the affixing of the CE marking by the manufacturer to the final product in order to allow its trade throughout the Community.
The conformity assessment procedures of the Directive vary depending on the type of PPE:
The certification process involves carrying out laboratory tests with which to verify compliance with the essential safety requirements for a wide range of products and materials.
It is also possible for companies that conduct business in "maintenance" of PPE (Industrial laundries) to obtain certification, on a voluntary basis, of its verification of the conformity of PPE systems submitted to maintenance processes (repeated washing).
The service is intended for manufacturers of PPE (or their authorised representatives established within the Community), materials and components, for institutional users of PPE (Public Administrations) and companies that perform PPE maintenance activities.
The ANCCP Certification Agency is a Notified Body (EC No. 0302) that has operated in the field of PPE certification for over 15 years and is accredited by Accredia and the Italian Ministry of Economic Development, to operate in accordance with Directive 1989/686/EEC, for the following categories of products:
In the area of Personal Protective Equipment, ANCCP Certification Agency offers the following services:
For information and quotation requests please contact ANCCP CA at telephone number +39 05.86.20.90.06 or email email@example.com
- OHSAS 18001/2007 "Requirements"
- OHSAS 18002/2008 "Guidelines"
- UNI EN ISO 14001/2004 "Environmental Management System/Requirements"
- UNI EN ISO 14004/2010 "Environmental Management System/Support Techniques"
- UNI EN ISO 9000/2005 "Quality Management Systems - Vocabulary"
- UNI EN ISO 9001/2008 "Quality Management Systems - Requirements"
- UNI EN ISO 19011/2012 "Guidelines for Auditing Management Systems"
- UNI EN ISO 3834 "Quality requirements for fusion welding of metallic materials"
Part 1: choice criteria;
Part 2: extended quality requirements;
Part 3: normal quality requirements;
Part 4: elementary quality requirements;
Part 5: documents to conform to for declaring conformity.