Product certification is defined as a procedure by which a third party gives written assurance that a product conforms to specified requirement. Product certification involves the issuance of a certificate or mark (or both) to demonstrate that a particular product meets a defined set of requirements for that product. The certification mark is usually found on the product or its packaging and may also appear on a certificate issued by the product certification body.
A product bearing a mark carries a third party guarantee that:
|The product has been produced according to an applicable standard.|
|Production has been supervised and controlled|
|The product has been tested and inspected|
|If customers finds that the product does not meet the declared standard, they can approach|
|certification body to resolve their complaint.|