The Insulation, Grouding and other Resistances in Eletrical Devices (PEP) Program is the determination of the grounding resistance of appliances or similar appliances. Accredited or accredited laboratories may participate in the program and perform tests independently of the applied standard.
This round is a CGCRE program organized and constant in the programming of the CT08 Low Voltage Electrical Installations SCT (CGCRE Technical Electrical Commission) and it meets the requirements of the NIE CGCRE 045 standard. unique to this comparison by a CT08 Low Voltage and Electrical Installations SCT need and assessment, the use of Qualabor provider in this program does not indicate acceptance of this provider as a CGCRE continuous proficiency testing provider.
Statistical model for outcome evaluation: In this program the statistical method Z 'score will be used, comparing the participant's result with the robust average of the results of the group's accredited laboratories.
Qualabor warrants that the identity of participants in each program is confidential and only known to those involved in its operation, and becomes public only if the participant denies its confidentiality. Qualabor also warrants that all information provided by participants will be treated as confidential.
Qualabor's activities as a proficiency test provider are performed impartially, structured and managed to ensure this feature. Qualabor also warrants that any commercial, financial or other pressures will not compromise the impartiality of the provider. This is guaranteed by the term of knowledge and agreement signed by Qualabor employees who have activities that affect the quality of the proficiency program.
(Certificate Number: AP-2654, ANSI National Accreditation Board - USA)
Qualabor's QMS is implemented and effectively maintained according ISO/IEC 17043.
EPTIS helps you find a suitable proficiency testing (PT) scheme for your laboratory (a PT scheme is a coherent series of single rounds). For a large number of schemes we have produced data sheets and collected them in the EPTIS database. What is not included in the database is topical information on next PT rounds. When is the next round, and what is the matrix material this time? This information is too dynamic as to be included in the database. But you can find such details for a selection of schemes in our PT calendar.
At present, a listing on the database is only open to PT providers from countries that are covered by our so-called coordinators. They check the plausibility of the data sheet submissions and decide on their publication. They speak the language and are ideally familiar with local PT providers and cultural peculiarities. This helps to safeguard a reasonable level of database quality. There is no cost for PT providers who follow this basic mechanism.