Elite’s Quality Management System

Our quality system accreditation provides the assurance that testing follows a structured process which is independently evaluated and continually improving.

Elite has been an early adopter of standardized quality management systems. In 1986, Elite engineers developed a quality program around the requirements of ISO Guide 25. Guide 25 was initially the quality assurance standard required by the FCC for testing of digital devices and intentional transmitters.

It was also the quality system requirement specified by the US Navy for testing avionic systems. Elite’s quality system has since evolved to meet the present day requirements of ISO 17025.

In 2000, Elite developed a product certification quality system in accordance with ISO Guide 65. This certification quality system is required in order to perform radio transmitter certifications for manufacturers seeking compliance with the FCC and Industry Canada regulations. This certification quality system outlines Elite’s structured certification process and defines procedures, records, forms, and personnel responsibilities associated with the certification process. It also defines procedures which assure that Elite maintains impartiality and objectivity between its testing and certification duties.

ISO 17025 Scope of Accreditation for EMC - ISO 17025 Scope of Accreditation for Mechanical Testing - ISO 17065 Scope of Accreditation for Certification

Approved domestic automotive third party test laboratory. “Big Three” - GM, FCA (Fiat Chrysler), and Ford. UK Vehicle Certification Agency (VCA) facility approval.

ISTA Certified Testing Laboratory for development, integrity performance, and simulation.

Defense Logistics Agency (DLA), Defense Supply Center, Columbus (DSCC) - Commercial Laboratory Suitability Program