|Minimum Order Quantity||100 Piece|
|Type of Certification||New Certification|
|Type of Industry||Food|
|Type of Service Provider||Consulting Firm|
The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is transforming the nation’s food safety system into one that is based on the prevention of foodborne illnesses. It will be a system in which the food industry systematically puts in place measures proven effective in preventing contamination.
Keeping food safe to eat is paramount, no matter where it is produced, whether conventional or organic, whether the operation is small, medium or large, whether it’s produce or processed foods.
The FDA has finalized the foundational rules that will implement FSMA, including the Preventive Controls rules for Human and Animal Food, the Produce Safety rule, and the Foreign Supplier Verification Programs (FSVP) rule. There will be extensive outreach to industry to help ensure that everyone who seeks to comply with these rules, whether legally required to or not, understands the new requirements. The compliance dates vary, in part, according to the size of the business.
Food industry training will be an important component of successful implementation. The Produce Safety Rule and the Preventive Controls rules all have training components, although they are not the same for each rule. There will be ample time for farmers and food producers to come into compliance. Compliance dates for the rules are staggered according to the size of the business.
Be prepared for FSMA inspections. Tailored to meet your needs, our FSMA audits are adapted to each site, focus on specific requirements not already covered in your food safety systems, and can include bespoke requirements as well as hazard-specific controls:
|Minimum Order Quantity||1 Piece|
|Certification||Renewal, New Certification|
|Document Verification Mode||Via Orginal document|
The IECEE is the IEC System of Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components being a body of the International Electrotechnical Commission. The IEC uses the name IECEE for the IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical Equipment and Components that is better known as the CB System
The IEC System for Conformity Assessment Schemes for Electrotechnical Equipment and Components (IECEE) Certification Body (CB) Scheme is the world’s first international system for the mutual acceptance of product safety test reports and certificates for electrical and electronic equipment, devices and components. Based on the use of internationally-accepted product safety standards, the CB Scheme relies on a global network of CB testing laboratories (CBTLs), who are responsible for testing products to applicable technical standards. Product test results are then submitted to national certification bodies (NCBs) in CB Scheme member countries, who can authorise legal access to CBTL-tested products without additional testing.
A manufacturer submits product samples to a CBTL for testing to product-specific IEC standards, as well as any technical deviations from IEC standards that apply in those countries identified for certification.
The CBTL conducts product testing to assess compliance with the applicable technical requirements. If the product meets all technical requirements, the CBTL issues a CB Test Report and Test Certificate to the product’s manufacturer.
The manufacturer then submits a sample of the product, along with the CB Test Report and Test Certificate, to NCBs in target countries to obtain national certification. This certification confirms that the product conforms with national technical requirements, allowing legal access to that market.
The IECEE CB Scheme is an internationally recognized scheme in which organizations from over 50 countries mutually accept certificates and test reports for electrical products. The scheme is operated by the IECEE (IEC System for Conformity Testing and Certification of Electrotechnical Equipment and Components). CB Test Certificates and CB Test Reports are issued by participating certification bodies (NCB*1) and testing laboratories (CBTL*2). CB Test Certificates are mutually recognized by participating bodies and can be used to obtain approval in their individual certification schemes.