A calibration certificate is a statement of the results of calibration. It also contains information about the device identification number, the laboratory which carried out the calibration, the calibration method used, and the date when the calibration was performed.
A calibration certificate about a product is proof that it has been tested and its accuracy has been determined. It is a written guarantee that a precision device can deliver the highest level of measurement quality. This is often required in the critical high tech industry such as aviation. It is calibrated according to ISO 17025 which means it should be directly traceable to the standard.
A calibration certificate is mostly issued on paper with the official seal of the issuing authority. Sometimes the calibration certificate is urgently required for inspection by a regulatory authority or by a client when buying or selling the equipment.
Anytime Assets is a cloud-based asset management system that allows you to locate and track an inventory item such as equipment along with relevant papers including a scanned copy of the calibration certificate.
If any auditor or regulator such as FAA needs to look at the calibration certificate of any device then it is very easily and quickly retrievable from Anytime Assets database. You won’t need to look up in your stack of files or boxes to retrieve it. Since this is a cloud-based system, this access can be made from anywhere around the world wherever the internet is available.
Anytime Assets can provide you with a cloud-based asset management system that keeps all the data and paper documents associated with any piece of equipment in your inventory for instant access worldwide. Please contact Anytime Assets for complete details.