Applied Weighing International Limited has the following accreditations:
UKAS certified Laboratory ISO/IEC 17025:2005
Applied Weighing International Limited is a UKAS accredited calibration laboratory.
ISO 14001:2015 ‐ is the international standard that specifies requirements for an effective
environmental management system (EMS).
ISO 45001:2018 ‐ specifies requirements for an occupational health and safety (OH&S) management
system, and gives guidance for its use, to enable organizations to provide safe and healthy
UK Weighing Federation
Applied Weighing International Limited is a certified member of the UK Weighing Federation and fully compliant with the UKWF Calibration Code of Practice. This ensures that the service and calibration procedures that we carry out, are of the highest industry standards.
Applied Weighing International have been ISO9001 certified Company since 1998. The scope of our approval is ‘The design, manufacture supply and calibration of Weighing Systems’.
The CHAS health and safety assessment scheme is a pre-approval scheme to allow contractors to show potential clients that they meet the required health and safety standards.
The EN 1090 standards are European standards that regulate the fabrication and assembly of steel and aluminum structures and are recognized by the Construction Products Regulation 2011 (CPR).
CHAS is a health and safety accreditation scheme for the construction industry, and often acts as a type of pre-qualifi cation during the tender process. The purpose of CHAS is to help both buyers and suppliers in the assessment of health and safety competence.
Applied Weighing International Limited are certified manufacturer of ATEX compliant products for use in potentially explosive atmospheres. ATEX is a European legal framework that manufacturers must follow in order to sell equipment intended for use in areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere.
SHAPA has been the UK’s leading specialist Association for the solids handling and processing industry since its formation in 1981.