"Abu Dhabi, August 08, 2023" According to the performance report of the Council's operational sectors for the second quarter of 2023, the Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council inspected 54,772 products to verify their conformity with specifications, issued 3,500 conformity certificates for personnel services and 92 calibration certificates (measurement) while accomplishing 92,000 laboratory tests.
The laboratory also performed 50,355 laboratory tests for water out of 25,720 laboratory tests for food and liquids, 89 tests for medicines and medical equipment, 3,245 tests for building and construction materials, 3,590 tests for electric transformer oils, 8,600 environmental tests, 159 agricultural tests, and 258 cosmetics.
According to the report, the Council's Markets and Consumers Services Sector examined 55,722 products during the same period to verify their conformity with specifications, including 50,000 products during field inspection and 4,772 during inspection via electronic platforms.
Markets and Consumers Services Sector also performed 8,000 legal measuring tools, and 700 pre-packaged products were verified during the same period.
Moreover, 8 non-conformed products with the required specifications and standards were withdrawn from markets, including 252 commodities, and 16 products were corrected, including 12,608 commodities.
According to the report, the Council's Emirates Metrology Institute issued 92 calibration certificates during the second quarter of this year, conducted 20 standard comparisons for measuring devices, organized 2 training programs, provided 5 advisory services, and issued 5 advisory reports.
The second quarter of 2023 report showed that the Council's Conformity and Specifications Services Sector issued 1,432 conformity certificates for personnel services and renewed 2,116 other certificates.
49 product registration certificates and 76 product conformity certificates were issued, and 80 other certificates were renewed, in addition to issuing 17 licenses to use the trust mark and the renewal of 25 other licenses.
His Excellency Dr. Helal Hamed Al Kaabi, the Abu Dhabi Quality and Conformity Council's Secretary General, affirmed the Council's keenness to provide all its services within the integrated electronic services system "TAMM" and striving to improve and develop them in a way that contributes to reducing time and cost, in addition to expanding the scope of services to meet the needs of partners and involve the private sector in authorizations and concluded partnerships to cover them to achieve added value in providing the service.