Certification is a procedure by which conformity with the proscribed requirements is certified. It includes certification of products, processes and services, assessment and certification of the supplier’s quality system, and the assessment of the qualification or competence of persons performing activities related to the testing, certification and assessment of the supplier’s quality system.
Certification which confirms conformity of the road vehicles, tractors, machinery for agriculture and forestry, and the parts thereof with to the requirements of the regulation on mandatory homologation based on this Law and on the regulations which represent a constituent part of international agreements binding for the Republic of Croatia is called homologation.
Certification of products is carried out by:
- Certifying conformity of the product with regulations
- Confirming conformity of the product with the requirements stemming from international agreements binding for the Republic of Croatia and with the documents and markings foreseen in these international agreements.
Conformity certificate is a document by which it is confirmed on the basis of the test report by an accredited laboratory and the performed procedure that the product is in conformity with the regulations or the international agreements binding for the Republic of Croatia.
A certificate of conformity is issued by an accredited legal person or by the Institute.
The form and content of the certificate of conformity is determined by the Director General of the Institute.
The certification marking
Regulation regarding the Design and Use of the Certification Mark (Official Gazette > no. 88/98, Official Gazette > no. 165/98). See the mark below: