Verification - What is it and its meaning?
During the working process, equipment/machines are affected by the environment and the drift, which over time results in accuracy reduction. Through verification, failures and errors of the equipment can be detected. Then timely measures can be taken to prevent the accident from happening.
1. What is Verification?
Pursuant to the Law on Product and Goods Quality No. 05/2007 / QH12 dated November 21, 2007, Verify means to conduct technical operations in a certain process aimed at assessing and attesting the products or goods satisfaction of the requirements of relevant technical regulations.
Pursuant to the Circular No. 23/2013 / TT-BKHCN dated September 26, 2013 of the Minister of Science and Technology regulating metrology for group 2 measuring instruments, Verification is a measure of controlling measurement carried out by a designated measuring tool verifying organization in order to assess and certify technical measurement characteristics of a measuring device to ensure compliance with technical measurement requirements;
Verification of measuring equipment shall be performed consistently by metrology inspectors according to the inspection processes. After being verified, if the requirements are met, the measuring equipment will then be affixed with Verification stamps, or issued with inspection certificates in measurement by the State management agency or the authorized bodies. The certificate has legal validity throughout the country.
3.What kinds of equipment which need verification
4. The period of periodic verification for machinery and equipment
5. Equipment safety verification procedure
6. Classification of safety verification
7.The meaning of equipment verification