UL offers accreditation services for both local and global markets.
UL International New Zealand Ltd operates a quality system in accordance with IEC/ISO 17025 (testing); and has international accreditations which are maintained in conjunction with annual or more frequent audit reviews:
UL International New Zealand Ltd testing operations are covered by accreditation from International Accreditation New Zealand (IANZ) which facilitates the acceptance of suitably endorsed reports internationally through the various mutual recognition agreements (MRAs) which IANZ is party to.
UL International New Zealand Ltd currently has a number of IANZ signatories and provides senior staff to act as independent IANZ Technical Assessors.
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UL International New Zealand Ltd is certified by the Joint Accreditation System for Australia and New Zealand, in accordance with ISO/IEC Guide 65, as a Certification Body for electrical products. UL International New Zealand Ltd operates in accordance with the Recognised External Approval Scheme (REAS) administered by the NSW Government, and the Recognised External Certification Scheme (RECS) administered by the Queensland Government to issue Certificates of Approval for Declared Articles, which must be approved prior to being offered for sale in Australia. Voluntary Certificates of Compliance can also be issued for non Declared Articles.
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IECEE CB Accreditation
UL International New Zealand Ltd operates as a CB Test Laboratory (CBTL) from its Auckland facility.
In its operation as a CBTL, UL International New Zealand Ltd works in conjunction with National Certifying Body (NCB) UL DEMKO in Denmark for product categories HOUS (household appliances).
The CB Scheme is administered by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) for the international recognition of electrical equipment test results.
The CB Scheme is based on the principle of mutual recognition and acceptance of reports; and CB Test Reports and their accompanying CB Certificates are accepted in more than 40 countries worldwide.
Manufacturers accessing multiple markets who use the CB Scheme as the basis of their product testing philosophy stand to gain significant savings in cost, time and effort. The principle is one test for several markets. In practice additional testing is often required, but significantly less than if each market is addressed separately.
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