Our goal is to find practically-oriented, reliable and viable solutions to our customers’ questions. We are committed to improve continuously our processes and services for the satisfaction of our customers.
Our testing and services consistently provide quality which corresponds to regulatory requirements and customer demands.
Our laboratories are accredited in accordance with PN EN ISO/IEC 17025. This accreditation standard comprises all quality aspects for testing laboratories, including the testing process, test equipment monitoring, method and equipment validation and employee competence. The accreditation of our laboratories is monitored regularly. As an accredited laboratory, we also participate in all of the relevant audit programmes in order to secure our technical expertise.
Our accreditation is further proof of the commitment of WESSLING to excellence and leadership in this sector.
The EA (European Accreditation) is an association of national accreditation bodies in Europe which are officially recognised by their national governments. They evaluate and verify the international standards of organisations which perform evaluation services such as certification, auditing, inspections, checks and calibration.
Membership of the Polish Centre of Accreditation (PCA) [Poland's National Accreditation Body] in the EA means that our accreditation is recognised on a European level. This recognition on a European level reinforces our customers’ confidence in the competence, independence and impartiality of our tests.
Polish Centre of Accreditation (PCA) membership of the International Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (ILAC) means that our accreditation is internationally recognised. A list of countries which are members of the ILAC and therefore mutually recognise the accreditation of member countries is available under: http://ilac.org/
Our labs are notified for testing in the food material and environmental areas.
Our labs are approved in Poland as drinking water test centres by Sanitary and Epidemiological Station in Cracow and Poznan. They fulfill the requirements according to Section 9 paragraphs 1 and 2 Regulation Minister of Health dated December 7, 2017 on the quality of water intended for human consumption [Polish Drinking Water Ordinance] (Dz. U. 2017r. poz. 2294) and Section 12 paragraphs 4 Regulation Minister of Environmental dated June 7, 2001on collective supply in water and collective discharge of waste water (Dz.U. 2018, poz. 1152)and Standard GMP+B11.
Our lab is approved in Poznan by Principal Veterinary Inspector (GIW). Laboratory in Poznan fulfill the requirements according to section 25a paragraphs 3 Veterinary inspection Act dated January 29,2004 (Dz.U. z 2018, poz. 1557)
An overview of the approved laboratories can be found on the web page