Dielectric Strength in Toys
(EPTIS ID 366196 / Certificate of Accreditation nº AP-2654)
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*If more than one company is participating, each of them will have to have an individual application.
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The Dielectric strength in toys proficiency scheme consists of determining the insulation break (current leakage) on the testing item, with any accredited laboratories or in the accreditation process being eligible to participate.
The participants must test the testing item, determining if there was a rupture of insulation for any of 4 pairs of poles of testing items, and doing a qualitative analysis to determine if there were an insulation rupture or not. The participant must do the test as it is an internal procedure.
Qualabor guarantees that the identity of the proficiency testing program participant is confidential and only known by the people involved in the proficiency testing program operation unless the participant disclaims its confidentiality. Qualabor guarantees that all information given by participants is treated as confidential.
For qualitative testing, Qualabor follows the following order for choice priority.
01) Direct comparison with the mode of the group - In the testing area there are no clearly defined levels of quality between different laboratories for the same test, so it is difficult to determine a laboratory with a higher quality of the test for the participants of the program. Thus, the use of a group consensus reference value is more applicable, in this case, determined by the mode, because the results are qualitative, to this mode and have a robust significance considered when the mode is greater than 75%. As the results are qualitative it is not possible to use evaluation tools such as the z'-score or normalized error, so a direct comparison between the assigned result and the result of the participant is used. To be able to reach a group consensus with minimal robustness, these criteria will only be used for programs with 4 or more participants.
02) Direct comparison with a reference value - When it is not possible to form groups for the program with more than 3 participants, or the 75% mode has not been achieved for groups of more than 3 participants, the assigned value used will be a reference value previously validated with the participants and whenever this value exists it must be obtained by an accredited laboratory.
The activities of Qualabor as a proficiency testing provider are done with impartiality and are structured and managed to guarantee impartiality, Qualabor also guarantees that commercial, financial, and other types of pressure will not compromise Qualabor’s impartiality. This is guaranteed through the acknowledgment and agreement term, signed by Qualabor collaborators who affect the quality of proficiency testing.
Registrations should be made through the Inscription Form at the tab “Inscriptions”
As the participants minimum number is met, the PT is confirmed
The PT’s samples will be send to the participants in a sequential or simultaneous manner in accordance with the PT
June to December
* This schedule can be modified before the round confirmation for Qualabor, client or regulatory bodies’ necessity.
Investment*: 1185 USD/EUR per registration.
Payment Method: Via bank transfer.
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This PT is part of Qualabor's accredited scope.
(Certificate Number: AP-2654, ANSI National Accreditation Board - USA)
Qualabor's QMS is implemented and effectively maintained according ISO/IEC 17043.
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