Legacy Laboratory Quality System Accreditation Certificates
From Apr 2004 to Jan 2018, we performed medical equipment safety testing with a focus on IEC 60601 Series, Electrical Medical Equipment and IEC 61010 Series, Electrical Equipment for Measurement, Control, and Laboratory Use. We operated under an IEC 17025 quality system, controlling our laboratory site, laboratory personnel, and test equipment. We were accredited by TUV Rheinland under their Partner Test Laboratory program, which inculded annual audits to IEC 17025.
We've maintained access to this accreditation archive for our old clients who have old test reports & certtificates, you may need to show the product evaluations were conducted under an accredited laboratory quality system.
13 Aug 2016 to 13 Aug 2017
13 Aug 2015 to 13 Aug 2016
13 Aug 2014 to 13 Aug 2015
02 May 2013 - 13 Aug 2014
30 Nov 2011 - 02 May 2013
30 Nov 2010 - 30 Nov 2011
If you need PTL certs before 30 Nov 2011, please Contact Us. Keep in mind a test report is generally not considered representative of current production if the test report issue date is more than 3 to 5 years ago.
Copies of Test Reports, Certificates
Should you need a copy of a test report and/or test certicate for equipment we tested for you, let us know. We need at least, company name, and model no; and ideally, report reference, and date. We plan to retain our testing records until at least Jan 2023. There may be a nominal charge.
Future Test Reports, Certificates
For new Test Reports, or an amended OBCM test report for product changes, we suggest contacting Device Conformity and Testing, LLC, who has acquired the test equipment, standards catalog, and customer information of O’Brien Compliance Management. They maintain an accredited laboratory quality system from TUV Rheinland. Gregg Edwards is the owner and Principal Engineer. Prior to forming Device Conformity and Testing, Gregg worked 25 years in the compliance field, both for third party laboratories, and product manufacturers. Deb Carlson is the Project Manager, and used to work at OBCM.