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Published in the Službeni glasnik RS, Nos. 73/10 of 12 October 2010 and 47/21 of 10 May 2021

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  • Article 1

    This Law shall regulate accreditation, status and operation of the national accreditation body in the Republic of Serbia and other issues relevant to the accreditation.

  • Article 2

    Certain definitions used in this Law shall have the following meaning:

    1) accreditation is determining by the national accreditation body whether the conformity assessment body fulfils the requirements of the relevant Serbian standards whereby the harmonized standards are taken over and, where applicable, any additional requirements defined for specific fields, in order to carry out specific conformity assessment activities;

    2) accreditation certificate is a document confirming the competence of conformity assessment body to perform conformity assessment activities in a specified subject or fields of expertise;

    3) peer evaluation is an assessment of a national accreditation body performed by national accreditation bodies from other countries, or international and European organisations for accreditation in accordance with the rules of international and European organisations for accreditation;

    4) competence is certified ability to perform conformity assessment activities;

    5) conformity assessment is the procedure whereby it is determined whether specified requirements relating to a product, process, service, system, person or body have been fulfilled;

    6) rules of accreditation are rules of the national accreditation body whereby the method for carrying out the accreditation procedure, the mandatory requirements to be fulfilled by the accreditation application to acquire accreditation, as well as the rights and obligations of the participants in the procedure of obtaining and maintaining accreditation are regulated in more detail;

    7) conformity assessment body is the legal person or a part of a legal person that carries out the conformity assessment activities, including testing, calibration, certification, controlling, testing of competence, verification and validation and production of reference materials and other conformity assessment activities.

    Other definitions that are used in this Law, but are not defined in paragraph 1 of this Article, shall have the meaning regulated by the law regulating technical requirements for products and conformity assessment.

  • Article 3

    Accreditation shall be used to determine the competence of conformity assessment bodies to carry out the following activities:

    1)                  testing;

    2)                  calibration;

    3)                  inspection;

    4)                  certification of products;

    5)                  certification of management systems;

    6)                  certification of persons.

    In addition to the competence to perform the activities referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article, accreditation shall be used to determine competence to perform other conformity assessment activities, in accordance with the specific law.