QIMA protocols are certified compliant with ISO Standard 9001:2008 (No.04619Q12914R0M), the international standard for quality management best practices. This certification represents a strict adherence to ISO requirements and a commitment to enhance client satisfaction. ISO 9001:2015 Certification has been implemented by over one million organizations in 176 countries.Visit their website
QIMA laboratories are accredited by the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) to issue test reports with the ANAB endorsement (accreditation certificates under ANSECO Group (No. AT-1407) and ANSECO Group Hong Kong (No. AT-1500)). This accreditation confirms that both laboratories meet the requirements of the international standard ISO/IEC 17025:2005, while demonstrating technical competence in the field of testing.
ANAB (formerly ACLASS) is a non-profit organization that provides accreditation to testing and calibration labs, inspection and certification bodies, reference material producers, and proficiency test providers. Through its accreditation efforts, ANAB aims to eliminate redundant audits and tests and facilitate international trade while ensuring the safety of goods, services, and the environment. Visit their website
QIMA is CPSC-accepted to provide third-party testing services in accordance with the requirements of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (accreditation certificates under ANSECO Group (lab code 1199), ANSECO Group Hong Kong (lab code 1322), ANSECO Buffalo (lab code 1199), and HangZhou QIMA Testing Technology (lab code 1195).
Founded over 40 years ago, the CPSC (U.S. Consumer Product Safety Committee) regulates the manufacture and sale of over 1,500 consumer products. Its mission is to protect consumers from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard, by establishing safety requirements, researching potential hazards, as well as by means of ban and recall of dangerous products. Visit their website
QIMA is a member of the Sedex Associate Audit Group (AAG), a non-profit made up of commercial auditing companies and non-government organizations driving ethical improvements in global supply chains.Visit their website
QIMA is officially deputized to act on behalf of the China Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine Association (CIQA), an administrative body of the General Administration of Quality Supervision Inspection and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of China. The CIQA is primarily committed to improving the quality and safety of import and export commodities.Visit their website
ICPHSO was founded in 1993 as a global forum for health and safety professionals. Its annual symposiums and regional workshops facilitate international dialogue on the issues of product safety, and offer manufacturers, retailers, NGOs, and all other stakeholders a venue to share experience.Visit their website
QIMA is a member of the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI), the oldest and largest international not-for-profit promotional products association that brings together over 13,000 companies. PPAI is dedicated to promoting growth and innovation in the promotional products industry, operates the leading safety and compliance program for promotional products, and runs the industry’s largest trade show, the annual PPAI Expo.Visit their website
QIMA is a member of the American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), representative of over 1,000 world famous name brands and voice of the U.S. apparel and footwear industry. The AAFA provides its members with the information needed to make smart businesss decisions that enhance profitability and mitigate risk.Visit their website
QIMA is a member of the American Specialty Toy Retailing Association (ASTRA), the largest association in the specialty toy industry with over 1,700 members. In their mission to “lead the way through play”, ASTRA is committed to providing children with safe, high-quality toys of great play value, while supporting its members and encouraging cooperation in the specialty toy industry.Visit their website
QIMA is an associate member of Toy Industry Association, a not-for-profit trade association that represents all businesses involved in creating toys and youth entertainment products. TIA helped develop the first comprehensive toy standard over 35 years ago, and remains the industry’s advocate on legislative and trade issues with a focus on safety and philanthropy.Visit their website
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