HONOR AdventureTech is ISO 9001:2015 certified and has an EC Type Approval and PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425 Module C2 or D.
HONOR AdventureTech ISO 9001:2015 certified
ISO 9001 is a globally recognized standard with requirements in the field of quality management and therefore a benchmark for transparency and reliability in the market. With ISO 9001 quality management, HONOR AdventureTech guarantees continuous improvement of quality so that we can better meet the needs of our customers.
EC Type Approval and PPE Regulation (EU) 2016/425 Module C2 or D:
EC Type approval is carried out after consultation with the manufacturer. As a guideline for this inspection, the technical file is followed and the applied harmonized standards or other technical specifications. During this inspection, prototypes are also subjected to the tests provided for in the relevant harmonized standard or technical specification.
These tests are carried out by the NoBo (Notified Body) in accordance with the requirements of ISO 17025. When all requirements have been met, the NoBo draws up a certificate of type examination.
Every year, the NoBo contacts the certificate holder (manufacturer) to carry out a follow-up check to monitor the conformity of the PPE. The provisions of Module C2/Module D are followed as a guideline for this follow-up check. The manufacturer has the choice between the systems under Module C2 or Module D, but must make his choice known at the type test.
The product certifier carries out a follow-up inspection in accordance with Module C2 by taking representative samples from the manufacturer* before production and having the necessary tests carried out. At the end of both types of inspection, the product certifier draws up an expert report describing the findings of the inspection. This report determines whether the PPE still complies with the requirements of the legislation and corresponds to the model presented for type approval.
EU guarantee system for the quality of the final product (Module C2)
The product certifier carries out a follow-up inspection by taking representative samples from the manufacturer before production and having the necessary tests carried out on them. Afterwards, the product certifier draws up an expert report, describing the findings of the inspection. This report determines whether the product (or product group) still complies with the requirements of the legislation and corresponds to the model presented for type approval.