Quality Management Training
An ISO 9001 (QMS) is an analytical and proceeding driven approach to managing your business. It is designed to substratum (support) the company in ensuring you meet the needs of your customers, whilst delivering a consistent level of quality and satisfaction.
CE Marking Training
CE mark on product indicates that a product has meets the EU health, safety, and environmental requirements, which also ensures consumer safety. CE marking is Mandatory for the Products, which are to be placed in EU countries. The European Commission describes the CE Mark as a passport for goods to be sold freely within the internal European market.
Our training courses can help you.
- Promote your company’s product amenability knowledge and capability.
- Keep your compliance costs to a minimum.
- To understand your legal responsibilities.
- Learn to assess and self-certify your own products.
In our increasingly complex global economy, astute professionals must keep current in best business and management practices. This Professional Certificate in Business Management provides practical, up-to-date information that professionals use to keep a competitive edge. Whether you are seeking to launch a new business, expand internationally, optimize current resources, or learn cutting-edge techniques to benefit your organization, this program provides you with eight different areas of specialization to realize your goals.
There are several types of certification lists which we provide.
- ISO 9001:2015 – Quality Management System.
- ISO 14001:2015 – Environmental Management System.
- OHSAS 18001:2007 – Occupational Health & Safety Management System.
- ISO 22000:2005 – Food Safety Management System.
Product certification is the process of certifying that a product has passed performance tests and quality assurance tests to meet the necessary local, national or international quality standards relevant to a particular market or product set and meets qualification criteria stipulated in contracts, regulations, or specifications (typically called “certification schemes” in the product certification industry). Third party product certification provides confidence that the product is fit for purpose, is manufactured using a defined quality system and links factory production with what was tested by the fire laboratory. Product certification is often required in sensitive industry and marketplace areas where a failure could have serious consequences, such as negatively affecting the health and welfare of the people or person using that product. A product certification scheme is a certification system related to specific products to which the same specific requirements, rules and procedures apply.
The various schemes for third party certification of products vary slightly according to who is providing them but all evaluate most or all the elements below.
- Factory production control via an initial factory inspection and routine surveillance visits.
- Initial type testing of the product.
- An appraisal of the product test and assessment evidence against a technical schedule to ensure that the certification gives the widest scope of application.
- Traceability of the product from raw material to factory to site.
- Labeling of the product to give confidence to end-users and to assist traceability.
Certification is stringent in aerospace applications, since the demands for low weight tend to lead to high stress on components, requiring appropriate metallurgy and accuracy in manufacturing. Other sensitive product area examples include food, pharmaceuticals, healthcare products, dangerous goods, and products that have emissions such as computers and cellular telephones. Arcade management certification Services provide HAACP Certification, ROHS Certification, ISO13485 Certification marking.
Benefits of Product Certification
- Encourage product quality through upstream control.
- Establish flexibility in production quality concluded continuous surveillance of production process in the factory.
- Giving greater confidence in product quality to identified star standards.
- Reducing the risk of failure in on-site compliance testing, hence reducing the risk of project delay due to reordering, as well as avoiding wasting time and money.
The process for certification of a product is generally summed up in four steps.
- Application (including testing of the product).
- Evaluation (does the test data indicate that the product meets qualification criteria).
- Decision (does a second review of the product application concur with the Evaluation).
- Surveillance (does the product in the marketplace continue to meet qualification criteria).
Due to its popularity Arcade management certification Services continue to grow a portfolio of Third-Party inspection services to the industry. Third-party certification means that an independent organization has reviewed the manufacturing process of a product and has independently determined that the final product complies with specific standards for safety, quality, or performance. third party inspection, surveillance and expediting. These services include design review and certification of equipment, material certification, quality assurance services including vendor audits and engineering inspection of mechanical and electrical equipment at vendor works.
As part of this service, we commit to
- Undertake such assessments by fully qualified and experienced staff that know and understand the supply chain process.
- Carry out supplier investigations when issues arise which need to be challenged.
- Manage your supply chain assessment process for you.
- Provide a swift and professional response to meeting your needs.
This review typically includes comprehensive formulation/material reviews, testing and facility inspections. Most certified products bear the certifier’s mark on their packaging to help consumers and other buyers make educated purchasing decisions.
Types of quality inspection
- A pre-production inspection tells the buyer which kind of raw materials (or components) will be used. Factories are often suspected of lowering their costs by purchasing substandard materials, and this can be disastrous for the buyer (e.g., the wrong kind of chip in an electronic device).
- A during production inspection (often called ONISC in the industry) allows the buyer to have an idea of average product quality, early in the production cycle. It is the most useful and the most under-rated tool at the disposal of importers, who often only rely on final inspections.
- The final random inspection (also called pre-shipment inspection) is by far the most common type of QC check. It takes place once 100% of shipment quantity is finished and at least 80% is packed, so it can be a real random inspection (this is not exactly the case if quality is checked earlier) and suppliers cannot play games.
- The container loading inspection, like the pre-production inspection, it is seldom used. But it can be a worthwhile option in some specific cases.