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Accreditation Bulletin

New Editions of the SCC Requirements and Guidance...

Action required All accredited product, process, and service certification bodies must review and conform to the revised SCC Requirements and Guidance - Product, Process, and Service Certification Body Accreditation Program...
Publications

Increasing High Wind Safety for Canadian Homes...

This report provides the basis for the development of a set of commonly acceptable, relatively straightforward wind risk reduction measures that can be incorporated into new single-family home construction and significant...
Publications

Effective dates for electrical equipment safety...

Electrical safety is regulated in Canada. As such, SCC-accredited certification bodies in this area are required to certify products according to standards, other recognized document or other normative documents recognized by...
Publications

Guidelines for Remote Assessments/Inspections

The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated that accreditation is more important than ever. During these challenging times, we have adapted and continue to ensure that Conformity Assessment Bodies (CABs) can demonstrate their...
Accreditation Bulletin

New ORD Process

Action required In April 2016, SCC announced the new guidelines for development and maintenance of ORDs. Subsequent to this, each RAAB was to identify the timeframe in which they would apply these guidelines. Effective...
Accreditation Bulletin

New ORD Process - Gas Sector

Action required Further to SCC bulletin No. 2016-08, April 2016, effective February 1, 2018, any new submissions of Other Recognized Documents (ORD) concerning the gas sector must be approved by the Interprovincial Gas...
Accreditation Bulletin

Bulletin 2017-01

For SCC-accredited certification bodies of products, processes and services; Further to SCC bulletin No. 2016-08, April 2016 the Canadian Advisory Council for Electrical Sector (CACES) is now implementing the new ORD...