CPS is proud to provide ISO 17025 accredited torque tool testing and calibration services in Ontario through both our in-house laboratory and our Mobile Tool Repair and Calibration (MTRAC) laboratory.
ISO 17025 lays out general requirements for laboratories carrying out tests and calibrations – covering laboratory-developed, standard, and non-standard methods. ISO 17025 continues to be the most important international standard for testing and calibration labs and facilities around the world. Those accredited have proven they possess the technical competency to deliver precise, accurate calibration data.
Through our certified labs and ISO accreditation, CPS can also provide required documentation to help you fulfill your ISO- TS16949 service traceability requirements.
ISO 17025 was introduced in 1999 by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electro technical Commission (IEC). It has since become the most important global standard for testing and calibration laboratories.
ISO 17025 accreditation is a voluntary process overseen and granted by a third-party accreditation body or bodies. In Canada, the responsibility is shared by the:
During the accreditation process, the third-party reviewer will thoroughly evaluate a lab’s quality management system and technical competence to ensure compliance at every step.