Emitac Calibration Services has announced its achievement of ISO 172025:2005 accreditation. The laboratory is a part of the test and measurements solutions (TMS) division in the company, and provides specialised technology for monitoring, maintaining and improving systems in the sectors of aerospace, defence, telecommunication, electronics, electrical, educational, healthcare and automobile.
Emitac Calibration Laboratory met the requirements of the IAS Accreditation criteria for Calibration Laboratories (AC204), demonstrated compliance with the ANS/ISO/IEC standards and has been accredited for RF, Optical and Electrical disciplines. Calibration Laboratory underwent an evaluation process that included quality management, review of the documentation system, pre-audit, initial assessment, and clearance of non-conformances. The process concluded with a comprehensive registration audit by IAS (International Accredited Service). After correction and closure of all non-conformances, TMS Calibration Laboratory received its certificate of accreditation on August 3, 2011.
With this accreditation, EHS and TMS not only instill confidence in its customers, but further strengthen their commitment to maintaining the highest efficiency and responsiveness in achieving the ultimate goal – of continuously improving the service levels and exceed customer expectations by redefining excellence.
Commenting on receiving the recent ISO accreditation, Raghavan Srinivasan, CEO – Emitac Calibration Laboratory said “The Emitac Calibration Laboratory has a highly efficient and skilled team, who are truly committed and have put in tremendous amount of work to complete this accreditation. Our Recent ISO accreditation positions us well for growth in our market and help provide quality services to our customers.”
The accreditation of compliance with ISO 17025:2005 warrants that the policies, practices and procedures of Emitac Calibration Laboratory are in place to ensure consistent quality in their services and takes adequate steps to ensure continual improvement.