EUROCERT（European Inspection and Certification Company S.A.）is one of the EU's largest testing and certification bodies. Since its foundation in 1998, EUROCERT has gained more than 60 accreditations and has achieved more than 40 collaborations all over the world. Its headquarter has numerous engineers and scientific researchers as the EU declared notified body, with NO. 1128, and the scope of its certification directives include: product and system of railway industry, EU directives for elevator, pressure equipment, construction materials, machinery, simple pressure vessels, low-voltage apparatus, electromagnetic compatibility and so on.
In railway sector, EUROCERT offers its customers all fundamental services for certification and inspection, for rail components, subsystems, vehicles and infrastructure, as required to meet national and European regulatory requirements and to compete in a global marketplace.
In railway sector, Eurocert has the following:
Notified Body (NoBo)：CE verification for all subsystems governed by the Technical Specifications for Interoperability (TSI)
2.指定机构：Designated Body (DeBo)
Assessment of conformity of rail system constituents and subsystems with National Technical Rules in the absence of Technical Specifications for Interoperability or in the case of derogations from these.
3.独立安全评估机构：Independent Safety Assessment Body (AsBo)
The European Regulation on Common Safety Method for Risk Evaluation and Assessment (CSM) has been in force since 19 July 2010, harmonizing the approach to risk assessment and evaluation of significant changes to railway subsystems. The current regulation is 402/2013 (as amended), which, brought in a requirement for CSM Assessment Bodies to be accredited. EUROCERT was among the first in Greece to be accredited in 2017. EUROCERT’s accreditation as an Assessment Body (AsBo) covers all three of the types of change defined by CSM - technical, operational and organizational.