- accreditation is objective proof that organizations operate in accordance with best practice;
- accreditation is an important argument when choosing suppliers in the domestic and international market;
- certificates, test reports, calibration certificates and inspection reports issued by accredited by PCA certifying bodies and laboratories may be considered by the institutions concerned in
- countries which are signatories to multilateral agreements (MLA/MRA);
TEST Body has authorizations granted by the Minister of Economy and Minister of Infrastructure in order to notify the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union, as the body designated to carry out tasks related to the assessment of compliance within the following New Approach Directives: 2006/42/EC (MD), 2014/34/EU (ATEX), 2014/30/EU (EMC).
As part of the agreement with the Polish Association for Research and Certification, TEST Body runs voluntary certification on the collective guarantee trademark “B” (safety). The basis for certification are safety requirements set out in the national and international standards, technical specifications, regulations and other legal requirements.