A new and improved Certification Scheme was introduced in 2014 and has been developed by the working group Test Methods. The generation of more transparent procedures and clarification of types of equipment suitable for specific classes of certification will enable EHEDG to continue to meet the needs of the industry and further enhance the credibility of the certification scheme.The significant updates to the scheme are the creation of a specific certification class for auxiliary components, Type EL CLASS I AUX, production of redesigned logos for placing on the equipment, and the introduction of a formalised re-certification process based on a five-year renewal cycle.To view the new Type EL Certification classes please refer to EHEDG Certification Scheme 2014
The main aim of the EHEDG Test Methods Working Group has always been to actively review and update existing test methods and develop new methods in order to validate the hygienic and aseptic characteristics of equipment.
Mr Andy Timperley
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