Accreditation

The trust in a certificate stands or falls with the competence of the certifying body, which performs the inspection. Accreditation is an essential criterion. Accreditations promote international comparability and recognition of certificates and expert opinions. Accreditations increase the trust of consumers in the quality and safety of products and services.

The GZQ has the following accreditations:

  • Accreditation by DAkkS German accreditation body according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17021 for the certification of management systems according to

    ▪ DIN EN ISO 9001 quality management systems

    ▪ DIN EN ISO 14001 environmental management systems

    ▪ DIN EN ISO 50001 energy management systems

  • Accreditation by DAkkS German accreditation body according to the“Surplus Settlement”Implementing Regulation - SpaEfV-
  • Accreditation by the DakkS German accreditation body according to DIN EN ISO/IEC 17065 for the approval of responsible bodies and measures according to the Employment Promotion Act (SGB III) in combination with the Accreditation and Approval Regulation (AZAV)
  • Accreditation by the DakkS German accreditation body for a quality management system according to Directive (EC) No. 333/2011, Article 6 (End of waste)
  • Accreditation by the DakkS German accreditation body for a quality management system according to Directive (EC) No. 715/2013, Article 6 (End of waste)
  • Approved Technical Inspection Monitoring Organisation (TÜO) for assessments according to the German Waste Management Facility Directive - EC- RiLi according to the German Waste Management and Product Recycling Act (KrWG) by the Saarland Federal Agency for Environmental and Occupational Safety
  • Appointed as pre-qualification body according to § 126 Para. 1a SGB V (GKV-OrgWG)