News: UK - CRR develops more PAS 141 Product Specific Protocols
The CRRs parent company, Oakdene Hollins was commissioned by WRAP to produce a series of Product Specific Protocols for the reuse standard: PAS 141.
Monday, 18th March 2013
These protocols are designed to provide information on the minimum inspection processes that should be carried out on electrical equipment in order to ensure that it is safe and fit for purpose. In addition to examining the current 7 protocols, we have been asked to develop an additional 7 which will greatly expand the coverage of WRAPs portfolio. The protocols should be available on WRAPs website shortly.
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