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HPiVS Ireland earns accreditation for PED & RCD

Ireland Inundated by UK Applications! Even before the UK’s Brexit referendum in June 2016, HPiVS had established a company in Ireland. Since the result of the referendum, HPiVS has been [...]

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Track HPiVS Managing Director cycle London to Monaco

HPiVS Managing Director, Alasdair Reay, will be cycling from London to Monaco, from September 19 to 26: on the way to the Monaco Yacht Show. It is all in aid of the Blue Marine Foundation: trying [...]

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Interpreting the Fire Protection requirements of EN ISO 9094:2017

The harmonised standard for Fire Protection, ISO 9094, was updated in 2017 and combined 2 parts into 1. It also introduced a new section on fire detectors. The industry has, unfortunately, found [...]

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HPiVS-CEI Alliance for Post-Brexit Certification

HPi Verification Services is pleased to reveal its very exciting post-Brexit plans for continuing inspection & certification work: the HPiVS- CEI Alliance HPi Verification Services (Ireland) [...]

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Celebrating 20 years of EU CE Certifications

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New ICOMIA Technical File Generator simplifies RCD II compliance process

A formal Technical File is needed to CE mark a boat and prove it complies with the legislation and all the applicable standards. However, the format and detail of the Technical File is not [...]

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ICOMIA launch their RCD Technical File Generator

If you need to CE mark a boat, you need a formal Technical File to prove it complies with the legislation and all the applicable standards. The format and detail of the Technical File is not [...]

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RCD I is dead! Long Live RCD II !

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HPiVS Sponsor Southampton University Hydro Team to Success

Southampton Hydro Team are back from Lausanne, Switzerland and over the moon with this year’s success.  The team, sponsored by HPiVS, entered their boat in the 2016 Hydro Contest. This [...]

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Business as usual after Brexit

Following the UK’s shock decision to leave EU, HPiVS would like to assure its customers that it is business as usual. The Prime Minister, Theresa May, invoked Article 50 of the Lisbon [...]

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