Scheme examples

To illustrate how widely accreditation is used, DANAK has prepared the following overview with scheme examples where accreditation can or should be used. Accreditation can be a customer requirement, a regulatory requirement or provide access to special benefits for the company.

A subject can be included under several accreditation areas, depending on the specific scheme, eg. welding can be accredited in person certification, inspection, testing and product certification. Below are examples within the individual accreditation areas and finally a list of options within selected subjects across accreditation areas.

 

SYSTEM CERTIFICATION

Occupational health and safety: Management systems

Food safety: Management systems

Information security: Management systems

Quality: Management systems

Machine directive

Environment: Management systems

Pressure equipment

PRODUCT CERTIFICATION

Construction products

Lifts

Food production

Agriculture and horticulture

Machine directive

Pressure equipment

 

PERSON CERTIFICATION

Management of construction projects

Welders

Pressure equipment

 

INSPECTION

Fire safety systems

Lifts

Amusements/rides

Machine directive

Retspatologi

Games, including online games

Pressure equipment

Weighers and measures

 

VERIFICATION

CO2

 

LABORATORY EXAMINATIONS

See List of Methods

 

SCHEMES OUTSIDE ACCREDITATION

GLP

Notification cf Construction Products Regulation

 

SUBJECTS ACROSS ACCREDITATION AREAS

Data, Information and Cyber Security

Lifts

Feed

Food

Agriculture, horticulture and aquaculture

Welding