Western European Laboratory Accreditation Cooperation (WELAC)
1990-12-06 Amsterdam Netherlands
6 Dec 1990, Amsterdam (Netherlands), on signature of a memorandum of understanding by delegations of 16 EC and EFTA states. Merged with U-XF5276 - Western European Calibration Cooperation (WECC), 31 May 1994, to create U-XF3391 - European Cooperation for Accreditation of Laboratories (EAL).
Build up and maintain mutual confidence and promote agreements between national testing laboratory accreditation bodies as a condition for mutual acceptance of test reports and certificates issued by laboratories accredited by them; open and maintain channels for related technical knowledge between national laboratories and other relevant bodies; establish activities aimed at multilateral agreement on equivalence of operation of member bodies and commitment to work for mutual acceptance of test reports and certificates.
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