Accreditations | Mobility Networks Group

Accreditations

All Mobility Networks products comply with the latest international safety standards and the business is proud to display full accreditations that reflect engineering excellence.

Meeting safety standards that are country specific is a specialty of Mobility Networks through its international knowledge base.  Mobility Networks will help your business comply with the following directives:

EC Directive 95-54-EC

This EC directive requires manufacturers to gain Type Approval for all vehicles, electronic sub assemblies, components and separate technical units.

European Whole Vehicle Type Approval

ECWVTA is based around EC Directives and provides for the approval of whole vehicles, in addition to vehicle systems and separate components.  This certification is accepted throughout the EU without the need for further testing until a standard is updated or a vehicle design changes.

National Small Series Type Approval

NSSTA is a UK national scheme for low volume manufacturers who intend to only sell in the UK. The advantages of NSSTA are relaxed technical requirements for some subjects, a more pragmatic approach to the Conformity of Production (CoP) requirements and reduction in administrative requirements.

Lifting Operations and Lifting Equipment Regulations 1998 (LOLER)

Mobility Networks can organise Health and Safety Inspectors from the HSE to provide LOLER approved inspections. These inspections are to cover regulations regarding people and companies who own, operate or have control over lifting equipment. This includes all businesses and organisations whose employees’ use lifting equipment, whether owned by them or not. LOLER also requires that all equipment used for lifting be fit for purpose, appropriate for the task, suitably marked and, in many cases, subject to statutory periodic ‘thorough examination’.

Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998

PUWER Regulations place duties on people and companies who own, operate or have control over work equipment. PUWER also places responsibilities on businesses and organisations whose employees use work equipment, whether owned by them or not.