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Notified Body 2683

CERTA ACCREDITED BY PCA

CERTA acts as Notified Body 2683 under the directive 2008/57/EC. CERTA –  accredited certification body, operates in the railway sector and performs processes of conformity assessment  according to European and National rules. Accreditation certificate AC 192 issued to CERTA by the Polish Centre for Accreditation in the scope of railway sector, confirms that CERTA has a competent and highly qualified team and the potential for providing the highest quality services.

The scope of accreditation is available on the website: : https://www.pca.gov.pl/akredytowane-podmioty/akredytacje-aktywne/jednostki-certyfikujace-wyroby/AC%20192,podmiot.html

CERTA is formally accredited against   EN 45011 – EN ISO/IEC 17065 by National Accreditation Body (NAB): PCA – POLSKIE CENTRUM AKREDYTACJI. The accreditation covers the product categories and conformity assessment procedures concerned by notification in the framework of a technical harmonization directive 2008/57/EC Interoperability of the rail system within the Community (Recast) and the TSI INF, TSI ENE, TSI CCS.

The scope of notification is available on the website http://ec.europa.eu/growth/tools-databases/nando/index.cfm?fuseaction=notification.pdf&dir_id=30&ntf_id=274945

IMPROVEMENT of INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION IN CERTA

Competence development of employees is important to us. In order to build an effective team in our company we carried out a diagnosis of styles of thinking and acting in terms of human potential and a training workshop to perfect communication in our team.

CERTA IS A MEMBER OF THE CLUB OF POLISH FORUM ISO 9000

TRAINING of STAFF CERTA

11-12 May 2016. – in Conference Centre of Park Hotel Diament Wroclaw held training internal and external staff of CERTA on:

– requirements for conformity assessment, according to  Directive 2008/57/EC, PCA documents,

–  requirements for the subsystems and interoperability constituents contained in the Technical Specifications for  Interoperability

– carry out the processes of  conformity assessment subsystems and interoperability constituents.

 

Experts of CERTA conducted the following training:

 

May 11, 2016 r., 10.30 – 12.30

The requirements of Directive 2008/57/EC and PCA documents in the field of conformity assessment  which concerns CERTA- as an accredited certification body and also  notified body as well as internal and externa staff of CERTA

MSc. Alicja Gach, Director, Certification Body, CERTA

May 11, 2016 r., H. 13.30 – 15.30

Requirements and conformity assessment processes according to the TSI INF, TSI  SRT

Dr. Eng. George Michael Łuszczki, Director. Subsystem infrastructure, CERTA

 

May 12, 2016 r., H. 9.30 – 11.30

Requirements and conformity assessment processes according to the TSI ENE,  TSI, SRT  (in the part concerning ENE)

Eng. Krzysztof Nowicki, Director. Subsystem Energy, CERTA

 

May 12, 2016 r., H. 12.30 – 14.30

Requirements and conformity assessment processes according to the TSICCS

MSc. Rafal Lipinski, Director. Subsystem control, CERTA

 

Each person interested in the training topics , please contact us at: biuro@certa-eu.pl

CERTA IS A MEMBER OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE No 138 OF PKN

XVIII CONFERENCE ON RAILWAYS, 2015


During the conference “Railways 2015” on 21-23 October 2015 in Jelenia Gora the organizers dedicate one session meeting on interoperability and certification and invite specialists from CERTA in order to carry out lectures in that field.

The lectures provoked much interest and discussion.

Topics of CERTA speeches:

Selected aspects of conformity assessment and certification in the field of railways

MSc. Alicja Gach, Director, Certification Body, CERTA;

 

The differences between “old” and “new” INF TSI on the example of the requirements of engineering objects

Dr. Eng. George Michael Łuszczki, Director. Subsystem Infrastructure, CERTA;

 

Problems of implementation of interoperability arising from changes in the TSI’s and national rules

MSc. Thomas Wciślik, Senior Specialist. Subsystem Infrastructure – Team Leader, CERTA;

 

Different interpretations of the provisions of the PRM TSI and Guide for the application of the PRM TSI

MSc. arch. Mateusz Ziolkowski, Specialist, Subsystem Infrastructure, CERTA.

 

Each person interested in the subject of speeches, please contact us at: biuro@certa-eu.pll