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  • BS EN ISO/IEC 17067:2013 Conformity assessment. Fundamentals of product certification and guidelines for product certificatio

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  • August2013
  • BS EN ISO/IEC 17067:
  • British Standard
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As products are designed, produced, distributed, used and ultimately disposed of, they can give rise to concerns with purchasers, users and society in general. Such concerns could relate to safety, health or environmental impacts, durability, compatibility, suitability for intended purposes or for stated conditions.

Generally, these concerns are addressed by specifying the required product attributes in a normative document such as a standard.

The supplier of the product then has the task of demonstrating that the product conforms to the requirements of the normative document.

It might be sufficient for the supplier to assess and declare its product’s conformity, but in other cases the user or a regulatory authority might require that conformity be assessed by a competent and impartial third party.

Assessment and impartial third party attestation that fulfilment of specified requirements has been demonstrated for the product is referred to as product certification.

BS EN ISO/IEC 17067:2013 describes the fundamentals of product certification and provides guidelines for product certification schemes. It aims to offer guidance on understanding, developing, operating or maintaining certification schemes for products, processes and services.

It is intended for use by all with an interest in product certification, and especially by certification scheme owners.

The International Standard outlines how schemes for product certification can be structured and managed. It identifies common assessment techniques that are used as a basis for product certification, such as product testing, inspection and auditing.

It is intended for use by those involved with product certification, particularly those who are considering becoming product certification scheme owners.

These can include product certification bodies, government and regulators, purchasing agencies, non-government organizations, industry associations and consumer organizations.

Contents

0.Scope
0.Normative references
0.Terms and definitions
0.Product certification
0.Product certification schemes
0.Development and operation of a product certification scheme
0.Bibliography
As products are designed, produced, distributed, used and ultimately disposed of, they can give rise to concerns with purchasers, users and society in general. Such concerns could relate to safety, health or environmental impacts, durability, compatibility, suitability for intended purposes or for stated conditions. Generally, these concerns are addressed by specifying the required product attributes in a normative document such as ...
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