- Weight and Measures Act and Regulations.
- Ministerial specifications (relating to NAWDS).
- Measurement Canada bulletins.
- Device inspection procedure (field inspection manual, inspection procedure outlines, and standard test procedures for mass and volume).
- Notice of Approval database search.
- Online Reporting Application User manual and device manual
- Measurement Canada Enforcement Policy for Weighing and Measuring Devices, Part 1 – Authorized Service Providers.
- Measurement Canada compliance and enforcement fact sheet.
- Mandatory inspection and Recommended certification frequencies by sector and device type.
- S-A-01 Criteria for the accreditation of organizations to perform inspections pursuant to the Weights and Measures Act and related guide.
- Determine whether non-automatic weighing devices can be inspected in one geographic location in Canada, and then put into service in another without requiring readjustment due to differences in acceleration due to gravity with the Gravity tolerance application.
- Calibrations of standards and measuring apparatus used to conduct inspections.
- Measurement Canada Registration program terms conditions and the related guide.
- Guidance to ASPs who conduct initial examinations at a factory.
- Device owners are required to notify Measurement Canada of the change in location and/or ownership of a device used to sell measured goods.
- Measurement Canada technical training videos.
Interweigh Systems Inc. is committed to the continual improvement and integration of quality excellence, into our everyday business practices, which translates into consistent products for our customers.
Our Head office, located in Markham Ontario, is home to our mass calibration lab and manufacturing facility which is accredited to ISO 9001:2015 for it's management system and ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for the calibration of mass, scales and balances. Additionally, the Mississauga location is accredited to ISO/IEC 17025:2017 for the calibration of scales and balances. All locations offer device inspections pursuant to Measurement Canada and the Weights and Measures Act.
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*The SCC has elected not to display the “expiry date” on "Frameable" certificates. Instead they have added a clause stating that: “The Validity of this certificate, including the date of last re-accreditation and its expiry can be confirmed by the accompanying Scope of Accreditation document in the Directory of Accredited Laboratories on the SCC website at scc.ca.”For your convenience, Interweigh Systems has provided a link to both the “Frameable Certificate" and the "Scope of Accreditation"