Our recognitions

NATIONAL RECOGNITION

Approved by the relevant ministries for the application of technical regulations across various fields.

LCIE BUREAU VERITAS IS A NOTIFIED PARTY FOR EUROPEAN DIRECTIVES

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  • EMC: competent party (article 10.2), notified party (article 10.5)
  • ATEX: equipment for explosive atmospheres (94/9 / CE): notified party for all modules
  • RED: notified party for compliance assessment tests of radio terminals (Annexes III and IV)
  • RPC: Construction Products Regulation No. 305/2011 (RPC) cables and standard EN 50575

AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL LCIE BUREAU VERITAS IS MANDATED BY AFNOR CERTIFICATION TO DELIVER THE NF LABEL

For electrical and electronic equipment:

  • NF Electricité, NF Electricité Performance (household appliances)
  • NF Light Fixtures
  • NF AEAS (autonomous electrical safety devices)

For electrical installation equipment:

  • NF and NF USE (conductors and cables, conduits and profiles, installation)

Other applications:

  • NF electronic components
  • NF “open” for products not listed above
  • NF Environment (BAES, LSC, BAAS)

RECOGNITION AT EUROPEAN LEVEL

LCIE Bureau Veritas is:

  • A signatory of the CCA agreement for access to labels from other signatory countries
  • Authorized party by the ZLS, as a certifying body authorized to issue the GS label, for the safety of electrical, electronic and household appliances

LCIE Bureau Veritas delivers the following labels:

  • ENEC: lighting, data processing equipment, transformers, household electrical equipment
  • ENEC +: LED modules, LED source light fixtures
  • HAR: conductors and cables

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

  • IECEE CB certification under the agreement of the International Electrotechnical Commission
  • Certification of equipment for explosive atmospheres within the framework of IECEx under the purview of the International Electrotechnical Commission

  • Certification of individuals within the framework of the CoPC (Certification of Personnel Competencies), Unit Ex 001.

  • IECQ electronic component certification.

Bilateral recognition agreements for access to certain foreign labels with the following organizations:

  • IRAM (Argentina): recognition of factory tests and inspections for access to the IRAM label for low voltage electrical equipment
  • SAI Global (Australia): recognition of tests and inspections in Australia, Malaysia and Thailand for low voltage electrical equipment
  • Japan Electrical Testing (JET, Japan): recognition of factory tests and inspections for access to the S and PSE labels
  • PREDOM (Poland): recognition of tests for access to the B label for low voltage electrical equipment
  • GOST Re (Russia): recognition of factory tests and inspections and access to the GOST R label, for low voltage electrical equipment
  • Bellis (Belarus)
  • KTL, KTR, KTC (Korea)

Bilateral recognition agreements specific to potentially explosive atmospheres for access to the labels from the following organizations:

  • CQST (China)
  • NEPSI / SIPAI (China)
  • PCEC (China)
  • KGS (Korea)
  • KTL (Korea)
  • TIIS (Japan)

OTHER OFFICIAL RECOGNITION

  • Federal Communications Commission (FCC, United States): accreditation for electromagnetic compatibility testing of various equipment
  • Electrical and mechanical Services Department (EMSD, Hong Kong): recognition of tests on low voltage electrical products
  • US Coast Guard (United States): recognition of tests on equipment for explosive atmospheres
  • Ministry of International Affairs and Communication (MIC, Japan): Mutual Recognition Agreement (MRA) – RED domain
  • Participation in Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRAs) between the European Union and the following countries: Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand