A calibration certificate documents critical information about a piece of equipment and details surrounding its calibration. While a deliberate amount of flexibility is allowed depending on service level options and customer requirements, every calibration certificate should contain some key elements.
- A title (ex. Certificate of Calibration and Traceability)
- Name and address of the laboratory where the calibrations were carried out
- Name and address of the customer
- Unique identification of the calibration certificate
- Identification of the calibration procedure used
- List of standards used to perform the calibration including their calibration dates and traceability
- Unambiguous identification of the item calibrated
- The environmental conditions under which the calibrations were made that have an influence on the measurement results
- Name, function, and identification of individual authorizing the calibration certificate (technician)
- Calibration results with the unit of measurement
For a detailed look at these elements on a certificate, click on the image above or the following link: Level 3 Certificate Example
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